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Business faculty co-author, present paper at NABET conference 

Tuesday March 19, 2019by Roger Coda

Department of Business Administration faculty members, Interim Chair Linda Hall, Assistant Professor Lisa Walters and Mark Nickerson, lecturer, presented a paper, “Improving the 1040 Process through the Application of Lean Principles: A Case Study," at the Northeastern Association of Business, Economics and Technology conference held last November in State College, Pa.

Biology's Ferguson continuing research on disease with $250,000 grant from the National Science Foundation

Thursday September 15, 2016Lisa Eikenburg

Fredonia Biology Associate Professor Scott Ferguson continues his research, aided by a $250,000 Research in Undergraduate Institutions grant from the National Science Foundation. The funding allows him to conduct the three-year research project, “Genetic Analysis of Gurken Translational Control in Drosophila,” that has the potential to assess how humans develop and are affected by disease.

Stephen Kershnar named SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor

Thursday June 12, 2014Lisa Eikenburg

Dr. Stephen Kershnar of the Department of Philosophy has been selected as one of 19 faculty members throughout SUNY to receive the distinguished rank by the State University of New York Board of Trustees. The distinguished designation, SUNY’s highest academic honor, is reserved for the best of the best, according to SUNY Board Chairman H. Carl McCall.

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COIL Brown Bag Series concludes on May 5

Monday April 21, 2014Lisa Eikenburg

The Coordinator of International Learning (COIL) Brown Bag Lunch Series has been announced for the Spring 2014 semester. The presentations will take place in the McEwen Hall Room 214 conference room the first Monday of each month from noon to 12:50 p.m.

Communication's Igoe speaks to WBEN about Grand Island school's free speech debate

Wednesday March 19, 2014Michael Barone

Communication's Mike Igoe was a recent guest on WBEN's "Hardline" in Buffalo. Dr. Igoe, a former journalist and an attorney, was invited to speak about the free speech debate within the Grand Island (N.Y.) School District, where a student was suspended after refusing to remove a t-shirt which displayed the logo of the National Rifle Association.

Proffitt authors monthly column in stage design publication

Friday February 7, 2014Lisa Eikenburg

Todd Proffitt, associate professor of Theatre and resident Lighting Designer in the Dept. of Theatre and Dance, writes a continuing column on design and technical issues for the national trade publication for stage technicians and designers, Stage Directions.

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Applications being accepted for Japan Studies Institute

Thursday February 6, 2014Lisa Eikenburg

SUNY Fredonia is accepting applications until Feb. 21 for the Japan Studies Institute to be held in San Diego, Calif., June 9 to 22.The program is sponsored by the American Association of State Colleges and Universities and provides faculty members from many different disciplines a living-learning program about a critically important country in Asia. The program is designed for faculty with little or no knowledge of Japan.

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