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New 'Chautauqua Matters' class to bring students, community together as part of SUNY's Institute for Local News

When Chautauqua Matters convenes next fall for the first time, it will mark a new approach in teaching journalism and community engagement at SUNY Fredonia.

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. Jesse Norris

Norris has article published

Department of Sociocultural and Justice Sciences Associate Professor Jesse Norris published an article in the Journal for Deradicalization, “Could the Futility of Terrorism Inspire Deradicalization? Narrative Strategies Arising from Case Studies of Far-Right Lone-Actor Terrorism.”

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The best place to enjoy the solar eclipse…the SUNY Fredonia campus

A once-in-a-lifetime event — a total solar eclipse — happens on Monday, April 8, and SUNY Fredonia is excited to deliver a truly memorable experience for students, faculty and staff and visitors.

Dr. Ivani Vassoler

Vassoler panelist at Latin American Studies Conference

One of the most pressing issues in the developing world — the growth of shantytowns — was the topic presented by Dr. Ivani Vassoler of the Department of Politics and International Affairs at the Middle Atlantic Council of Latin American Studies Conference.

Rebecca Cuthbert

Cuthbert has new book published

Rebecca Cuthbert, an adjunct instructor in the Department of English, has published her second book. a craft/memoir, “CREEP THIS WAY: How to Become a Horror Author with 24 Tips to Get You Ghouling.”

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.

“Iced Out Lake Chautauqua”

Frerichs exhibiting artist book ‘Iced Out Lake Chautauqua’ at multiple international venues

Department of Visual Arts and New Media Professor Timothy Frerichs is exhibiting his new artist book “Iced Out Lake Chautauqua,” as an invited artist, with the 10th International Artist book Triennial, Vilnius 2024, a unique non-commercial cultural project.

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Panel discussion to explore homelessness in Chautauqua County

The League of Women Voters of Chautauqua County will present a panel discussion, “An Overview of Homelessness in Chautauqua County,” in partnership with the campus American Democracy Project, on Thursday, March 28, in Williams Center Room S204.