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Students set to resume summer research work with faculty

Roger Coda

Summer research is returning, with seven undergraduate and graduate students scheduled to gain valuable experience working alongside Biology faculty, thanks to funding provided by the Holmberg Foundation and the Joseph and Jane (Schuster) Biology Endowment for Scholarship and Research.

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Mossey receives Oasis Guitar Jury Prize

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Charles Mossey, a senior Music Performance major from Waterford, was recently awarded the Oasis Guitar Jury Prize, a $500 cash award that recognizes the Fredonia guitar student who exhibits the greatest improvement over the course of a semester.

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Bringing students into faculty research

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Faculty research is an important aspect of teaching at Fredonia. Dr. Scott Ferguson makes sure his students are involved in that research.

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Continuing education through summer research

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Scholarships awarded to MaryAnn Mason allowed her to pursue a masters degree in Biology. "I have a mortgage payment, electric payments. Alleviating that day to day stress of how am I going to pay my bills, but also reach my academic goals is a really awesome thing that they were able to help me get through this summer."

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At the intersection of science and art

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Scholarships awarded to Elizabeth Hahn allowed her to pursue her two unique passions; a career in the health professions, and music.

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Rockefeller Arts Center Green Room Named

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN The Kay Hardesty Logan Foundation of Arlington, Va., has named the Michael C. Rockefeller Arts Center’s green room at the State University of New York at Fredonia after its patron, Kay Hardesty Logan, who was a renowned area philanthropist, musician and arts patron.

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Fredonia School of Music dedicates Granger piano practice studio

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN A piano practice studio has been dedicated in honor of Christian “Chris” Granger, a 1966 graduate of the School of Music at the State University of New York at Fredonia.

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Real-life experience in film production

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Heroes become victims in a compelling and locally-produced new film.

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

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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.

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Fredonia success story: Keah Brown

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ABOUT THE NURTURING INNOVATION CAMPAIGN Keah Brown’s fate was sealed as a teenager when she got lost; in words, in characters, and in stories.

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