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Alumnus Holz featured speaker for Writers@Work series

The Writers@Work program will bring alumnus Karl Holz to campus in early May for its series, “The Art of Storytelling: New Perspectives, Innovative Thinking and Creative Solutions.”

Dr. Angela McGowan-Kirsch and Dr. Susan Spangler

Brown Bag series continues Wednesday

The Brown Bag lunch series continues its academic year theme of, “Gradually, then Suddenly: Understanding Change,” on Wednesday, March 6 at noon.

Dr. Amy Schiller

Brown Bag talk to explore shift in philanthropy

"Gradually, then suddenly: How techno-optimism took over philanthropy," the next Brown Bag Lecture, will be given by Dr. Amy Schiller, a visiting scholar at Dartmouth College, on Wednesday, Nov. 1.

Cheryl Opalski works at a water drop site

Opalski to speak on humanitarian aid for migrants

Cheryl Opalski is coming to campus April 13 and 14 to discuss her work with Ajo Samaritans. The small volunteer organization provides humanitarian aid for migrants along the Arizona/Mexican border.

Megan (Buchholz) DeJoe and Rebekah Denz

History graduates to share their successful career journeys at Writers@Work residency

Megan (Buchholz) DeJoe and Rebekah Denz, 2019 SUNY Fredonia graduates with B.A. degrees in History and minors in Museum Studies, will describe steps they took that placed them on paths leading to successful careers in “Living in History,” a spring Writers@Work residency.

dancers on stage, Dance major

Fredonia Dance Ensemble returns for annual concert March 24 and 25

After a solid year of planning and preparation, the Fredonia Dance Ensemble is set to return to Marvel Theatre at SUNY Fredonia for its annual concert.

Derrick Gardner playing his trumpet

Trumpeter Gardner to give master classes, perform with ensembles

Acclaimed trumpeter, composer and educator Derrick Gardner will spend Thursday and Friday, March 23 and 24, at the School of Music, leading master classes and performing in concerts with the Fredonia Jazz Orchestra and Fredonia Jazz Sextet in Rosch Recital Hall.

drummer and balafon artist N'Camara Abou Sylla, School of Music, Percussion, Music Performance

Master drummer and balafon artist to offer workshops/concert

Made possible through the Carnahan Jackson Fund for the Humanities, which was established with the Fredonia College Foundation, drummer and balafon artist N'Camara Abou Sylla will bring his talent and expertise to SUNY Fredonia on Oct. 26 to 28.

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Carnahan Jackson Fund for the Humanities announces 2023-2024 Award Cycle

The selection committee for the Carnahan Jackson Fund for the Humanities is now accepting requests for proposals. The application deadline for the 2023-2024 award cycle is Friday, Oct. 28.

Allegra Hyde

Cli-fi novelist Allegra Hyde to give public reading

Allegra Hyde, author of the cli-fi (climate fiction) novel “Eleutheria,” will give a public reading in Rosch Recital Hall on Thursday, Sept. 29 for the Mary Louise White Visiting Writers Series.