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Authoritarianism topic of Zoom roundtable discussion

Roger Coda

Students will be able to view a team of highly regarded academics assembled by the University of Wisconsin Law School explore resistance to autocracy in a timely virtual roundtable to be held in Williams Center Room S204 on Tuesday, April 12.

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Fredonia launches new B.A. degree in International Studies

Roger Coda

International Studies, a Bachelor of Arts program that delivers broad-based knowledge of global issues from political and cultural perspectives, will be offered beginning this fall at SUNY Fredonia.

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Many campus events fuel Election Day momentum

Roger Coda

A discussion led by two Department of Communication faculty members that explores the media and presidential campaigns, the opportunity to become a poll worker and a post-election wrap-up conversation are three ways students can become engaged in the general election process through the campus’ American Democracy Project (ADP).

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Vassoler-Froelich receives distinguished service award at conference

Lisa Eikenburg

Ivani Vassoler-Froelich, associate professor in the Department of Politics and International Affairs, and coordinator of the International Studies Program, was given the Judy McInnis Distinguished Service Award at the annual conference of the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies.

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