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Dahlgren pens article in urban studies journal

Marketing and Communications staff

Social Studies Education Professor Robert L. Dahlgren wrote an article, "Freire’s Dialogic Process as a Means of Facilitating the Teaching of Controversial Public Policy Issues," published in a special issue of the urban studies journal Urbana devoted to celebrating the legacy of Brazilian pedagogue Paulo Freire's work.

Fredonia professor receives U.S. patent for pioneering flight tracking technology

Marketing and Communications staff

ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN A revolutionary technology, developed by Junaid Zubairi, professor of Computer and Information Sciences, has the potential to render obsolete the so-called “black box” – an essential investigation tool used in all airplane accidents and incidents – through the real-time transmission of vital flight data to ground-level sensors.

Vitae: Social work and dance mix in scholarly endeavor

Lisa 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.

Vink to present paper in the Netherlands

Roger Coda

Professor Markus Vink will present the paper “Towards a Dutch Indian Ocean Slave Trade Database (IOSTD): Pitfalls and Potentialities” at the Indian Ocean and Maritime Asia Slave Trade Database Workshop at the International Institute of Social History in Amsterdam, the Netherlands.