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Statement 2022 Spring PDF

Marketing and Communications staff

Stories include cover a feature on the Honorable Trini Ross; the Guertin/Hite Scholarship endowed by Margaret “Peg” (Guertin) Hite, ’64; Theatre alumna Jennifer Cody returning in residency to choreograph "The Wild Party;" a dream job in White House becomes reality for a ’19 graduate; and unexpected paths lead graduates to FBI careers.

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Fredonia Homecoming 2021 Highlights

Marketing and Communications staff

Homecoming 2021 at SUNY Fredonia presents opportunities, challenges and celebrations. Alumni William E. Finn, ’83, and the Honorable William K. Taylor, ’97, will be honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award.

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Receptions planned to celebrate book created through Costello Interplay Award

Roger Coda

Receptions have been scheduled in both Fredonia and Dunkirk to mark the release of “Canadaway Creek-Western New York,” a new soft-cover book that presents an extensive survey of Canadaway Creek compiled by SUNY Fredonia faculty, students, emeriti, alumni, and community members.

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2021 Homecoming Schedule

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The schedule for Homecoming 2021, slated for Oct. 14-17, may be subject to change. Continue to check the Alumni website for updates.

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Piorkowski tabbed board president of NYC music education program

Roger Coda

SUNY Distinguished Professor James Piorkowski of the School of Music is serving as president of the board of directors of Internal Creations, a New York City-based music education program founded by Jahzeel Montes, a 2012 Fredonia graduate and the organization’s executive director.

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Statement 2021 Fall PDF

Marketing and Communications staff

Fall 2021 featured stories include: Homecoming 2021, Oct.14-17. GRAMMY Awards go to SUNY Fredonia faculty member, alumni. Commencement stage walks endure. Yochym biology scholarship benefits future veterinarians.

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Fredonia graduate elevates worldwide audience with daily Facebook piano concerts

Roger Coda

Amid the ongoing coronavirus pandemic, Gershon Wachtel – whose music career spans six decades – is still connecting with music lovers everywhere. The 1972 SUNY Fredonia graduate is no longer on the road, but he’s bonding with audiences from his home in Israel through daily Facebook Live concerts.

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