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April RA of the Month honors go to two Fredonians

Roger Coda

Two students – Erich Dickey, a third-semester Resident Assistant at Hemingway Hall, and Nyiesha Francis, a fourth-semester Resident Assistant at Chautauqua Hall – have been named Resident Assistants of the Month for April by the Office of Residence Life.

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Music Therapy faculty member awarded grant

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Music Therapy Assistant Professor Heeyoun Cho has won a community benefit grant from the Northern Chautauqua Community Foundation to support a research project, “Therapeutic Songwriting for Persons with Dementia and Their Caregivers.”

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Communications junior Bump named Honors Student for April

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Alyssa Bump, a junior majoring in Communication: Journalism and Communication: Public Relations, from Cuba, N.Y., has been selected as the April 2022 Honors Student of the Month.

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Cho awarded AMTA research grant

Roger Coda

Music Therapy Assistant Professor Heeyoun Cho has won the 2022 Research Grant Award from the Mid-Atlantic Region of the American Music Therapy Association for the research proposal, "The effectiveness of music-based interventions on college students' stress management."

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Reese contributes to book that explores online music instruction

Roger Coda

Research and teaching practices of School of Music Associate Professor of Music Education Jill Reese are featured in “The Music Professor Online,” a new book by Judith Bowman that highlights pedagogical best practices for online music teaching.

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Jarvis’s Vonnegut scholarship continues to shine

Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Christina Jarvis has published the entry on Kurt Vonnegut in “The Encyclopedia of Contemporary American Fiction 1980-2020,” which has been released in electronic format on Wiley Online Library and in print.

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McVicker, alumna Stenson to present scholarly work at Woolf conference

Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Jeanette McVicker will have an essay published in the academic journal Woolf Studies Annual this summer and will also give a paper at the annual conference on Virginia Woolf, sponsored by Lamar University and held virtually June 9-12.

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Music presented at festival by School of Music faculty

Roger Coda

Computer-music compositions created by Jamie Leigh Sampson and Andrew Martin Smith, contingent faculty members of the Fredonia School of Music since 2015, were selected for performance at the Electronic Music Midwest Festival, hosted by Lewis University.

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