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Sonnenfeld scholarships presented

Monday November 5, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

The Marion Sonnenfeld Award Scholarship, which recognizes outstanding female students who exemplify leadership, hard work and a good sense of community, was recently presented to undergraduates by the Council for Women’s Concerns at its annual ceremony in the Williams Center Horizon Room.

Research by Fredonia Business professors confirms ‘signaling hypothesis’ of stock splits

Monday November 5, 2018Roger Coda

The research project “Stock Splits and Cash Flows: A New Test of the Signaling Hypothesis,” initiated in 2015 by Drs. Taihyeup Yi and Julie Fitzpatrick of the School of Business, confirmed that the stock market reacts positively to announcements of stock splits, even though these splits have no net effect on a shareholder’s wealth.

Reiff co-authors new book

Monday October 29, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

SUNY Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus Daniel D. Reiff, has co-authored a new book which was recently published by The Edwin Mellen Press: “Column Monuments: Commemorative and Memorial Column Monuments, from Ancient Times to the 21st Century: A History and Guide.” His co-author is Janina K. Darling, professor emerita at the University of California at Santa Cruz.

Clayback named Student of the Month

Monday October 29, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

Rachel Clayback, a senior B.F.A. Dance major from Buffalo, was chosen to be the September 2018 Student of the Month by the Office of Residence Life. Alicia Wroblewski, agency program aide in the Office of Residence Life, nominated Ms. Clayback for the award

Ahearn named RA of the Month

Monday October 22, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

Nolan Ahearn of Henrietta, who is completing his third semester as a Resident Assistant in Igoe Hall, has been named Resident Assistant of the Month for September.


Vitae: Social work and dance mix in scholarly endeavor

Monday October 22, 2018Lisa Eikenburg

Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences Assistant Professor Michael Clarkson-Hendrix and Department of Theater and Dance’s Assistant Professor Paula J. Peters presented “Teaching Interdisciplinary Collaborative Practice Through an Example: Educational Implications from The Empowerment Through Movement and Stillness Workshop,” at the New York State Social Work Education Association’s 51st Conference.