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Archaeological geophysicist to give Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

“Changing Face of Education” is the title of a Zoom talk to be given by Dr. Timothy S. de Smet, an archaeological geophysicist at SUNY Binghamton, in the Brown Bag Lecture series on Wednesday, Dec. 1, from noon to 1 p.m.

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Alumna to share how pandemic has changed higher education in Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

Olivia Hunt, who navigated the effects of the COVID-19 pandemic in higher education as a student at SUNY Fredonia and is now an intern at the community college level, will examine “Student Perspectives on Online Learning” at the online Brown Bag Lunch Series talk on Wednesday, Nov. 3, at noon.

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Consequences of unfair police treatment focus of final Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

“Health-Related Consequences of Unfair Treatment by Police” is both a timely topic and the title of a lecture University at Buffalo Assistant Professor of Sociology Christopher Dennison will deliver in the final Brown Bag Lunch Series talk on May 5.

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Biology faculty to explore science denial at Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

Science denial will be examined from different perspectives by Department of Biology faculty at the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences’ first Brown Bag Lunch Zoom meeting of the spring semester on Wednesday, March 3, beginning at noon.

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Brown Bag talk to examine mental health challenges in higher ed

Roger Coda

Jermaine Kenner, a mental health counselor at the Counseling Center and a Fredonia alumnus, will explore mental health challenges in higher education in the final virtual Brown Bag Lunch talk of the fall semester on Wednesday, Dec. 2.

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Brown Bag talk to delve into election outcome

Roger Coda

Timely reflections of the 2020 General Election will be offered by Department of Politics and International Affairs Associate Professor Jonathan Chausovsky in the Brown Bag Lunch virtual presentation at Fredonia on Wednesday, Nov. 4, from noon to 1 p.m.

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