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Alim Darmenov reviewing The Hospital Locator with Dr. Junaid Zubairi (left) and Charles Cornell, certified business incubator manager at the Center for Innovation & Economic Development, where the hospital app was created.

Sophomore Computer Science student develops hospital locator app

The Hospital Locator, a new app designed for the iPhone that lets you locate the nearest hospital, has been developed by Alim Darmenov, a sophomore Computer Science major, under the supervision of SUNY Distinguished Professor Junaid Zubairi.

Reviewing how the Advising Roadmap is set up are (from left): Dr. Shahin Mehdipour Ataee and students who developed the app including  Jared Russell, Ian Cioppa and Camron Walsh.

Computer Science students to unveil software to assist with academic advising

In a bid to streamline the academic advising process, three Computer Science students -- Camron Walsh, Jared Russell and Ian Cioppa -- will introduce their cutting-edge web-based software application to campus.

SUNY Fredonia junior Accounting students David Jordan, of Philadelphia, PA, and Shon Thompson, Gowanda, NY, review the tax return they have prepared for Fredonia, NY, resident Helen Burt.

Accounting students net great returns in ‘one-on-one’ client connections through VITA internships

A profitable learning experience awaits Accounting students, whose career plans may include working directly with individual clients, through Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) internships coordinated by the SUNY Fredonia School of Business.

student tutoring scene

Now’s the time to apply to become a tutor in 2024-2025

Tutoring Services is accepting applications from students interested in joining its staff for the 2024-2025 academic year.


Student poetry contest opens

Students can seize a chance to showcase their writing talents and win a cash prize by submitting a poem about a work of art in the Marion Art Gallery’s current exhibition, "Is anything the matter? Drawings by Laylah Ali," in the Student Ekphrastic Poetry Contest.

Welcome Week activity

Welcome Week highlights: historical drama, clothing drive, game show, painting, and more

The Williams Center Multipurpose Room will be the place to be during Welcome Week, chock-full with a film screening, a stitch together a blanket and clothing drive, a game show, painting and a food-themed version of bingo.

group photo of students, faculty at conference

Pre-service teachers showcase class projects at professional development conference

Pre-service math and science education students presented classroom activities they created at the Association of Mathematics Teachers of NYS development conference held in Syracuse, NY, on Nov. 10 and 11.

Fredonia students, faculty at KeyBank Center

Sport Management students savor NHL experience from suite level

Valuable insight into the all-important fan experience – and not the Buffalo Sabres’ slim 3-2 win over the Minnesota Wild – was the more valuable takeaway for three students studying Sport Management from their seats in the KeyBank Center executive suite.

global banquet poster

Annual Global Banquet set for Nov. 16

A menu featuring cuisine representative of SUNY Fredonia’s international student population will be served at the 8th Global Banquet at the Williams Center Horizon Room on Thursday, Nov. 16, starting at 6 p.m.

Enactus Self Care drive

Enactus seeks donations of self-care items for parents in need

The student club Enactus is conducting two drives during the first full week of November to collect unused self-care items and donations of cash to benefit the well-being of local parents in need.