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Dr. Miroslawa Wielopolska-Szymura

Function of international radio broadcasting in global communication to be examined in Brown Bag talk

International radio broadcasting and the role it plays in global communication will be examined by Dr. Miroslawa Wielopolska-Szymura in the Brown Bag Talk on Wednesday, May 1, at noon in Williams Center Room S204.

Dr. Joseph Marques

Multilateralism in a divisive world topic of next ‘Brown Bag’ talk

“Challenges of Multilateralism in a Divisive World - The View from Geneva” is the topic Dr. Joseph Marques, a lecturer at Webster University Geneva, will explore in the next Brown Bag Lecture series on Wednesday, April 3, noon to 1 p.m., in Williams Center Room S204.

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. Allison Krycik

Brown Bag speaker to examine harmful algal blooms

Harmful algal blooms – how they’re formed and ultimately impact human, pet and wildlife health – will be explored by Visiting Assistant Professor Allison Hrycik at the next Brown Bag talk on Wednesday, Dec. 6, beginning 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.

illustration of brown lunch bag

Brown Bag lunch addresses changing climate

“Understanding Today's Changing Climate: Learning from Past Environmental Archives,” the April Brown Bag luncheon presentation, is slated for Wednesday, April 5, at noon in Williams Center Rooms S204-ABCD.

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Chautauqua Institution focus of next Brown Bag talk

The first Brown Bag Lunch lecture of the spring semester, “From Chautauqua County to the World: Chautauqua Institution’s Past, Present and Future,” is slated for March 1 at noon.

Dr. John Staples leads class discussion, History major, Social Studies major

Brown Bag event to discuss Russo-Ukrainian War

The Russo-Ukrainian War: Why it Matters, is the next event in the Brown Bag Speaker Series at SUNY Fredonia on Wednesday, Dec. 7.

Shabaka Shakur, Criminal Justice major, Sociology major

Man wrongly convicted of double homicide to give talk in Brown Bag Lunch series

Shabaka Shakur, who was found guilty of a double homicide in 1989 and then exonerated in 2015, will give a talk, “Let’s Talk Wrongful Convictions,” via Zoom, for SUNY Fredonia’s Brown Bag Lunch on Wednesday, Nov. 2, at noon.

Khristian King

Fredonia student reflections topic of first Brown Bag talk

“Your Voice Matters: Reflections from Fredonia Students” is the title of the inaugural Brown Bag Lunch talk that Khristian King, executive director of Student Engagement and Inclusion, will give at the Williams Center Room S204 on Wednesday, Oct. 5.