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Fredonia research to be presented at annual GSA meeting

Marketing and Communications staff

The student poster, “Surviving on Dry Land: Geoarchaeological Evidence for a Potential Native American Occupation during the 4.2 KA Drought in Western New York,” created by sophomore Geology major Savannah Steves and Geology graduates Joli Springborn and Tyler Spears, will be presented at the annual meeting of the Geological Society of America.

Students awarded $36,000 to fund summer research at SUNY Fredonia

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Eight undergraduate and graduate students majoring in biological sciences have each been awarded $4,500 stipends to support individual research experiences this summer. Endowments established in the Fredonia College Foundation are providing $36,000 to support the research activities.

Mahoney, Lillie, and TESOL alumna publish study examining the impact of anti-bilingual education measure

Roger Coda

College of Education Professor Kate Mahoney and Associate Professor Karen Lillie collaborated with alumna Natalie DuBois and professors from other universities to conduct a large-scale quantitative research study that evaluated the level of success of Arizona’s anti-bilingual education Proposition 203.

Students, faculty and alumni shine at GIS-SIG conference

Lisa Eikenburg

Students from the Interdisciplinary Studies in Geographic Information Systems (GIS) program participated with faculty and alumni in the 23rd Annual GIS/SIG Spatial/Digital Mapping Conference in the Rochester area held on April 15. Alumnus Bryan Wilson shared First Place with Dr. Ann Deakin and Professor Emeritus Douglas Shephard in the Professional Map category.