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Fredonia student reflections topic of first Brown Bag talk

Roger Coda

“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.

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Jarvis to hold reading from acclaimed Vonnegut book

Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Christina Jarvis will give a reading from her new book about Kurt Vonnegut, “Lucky Mud and Other Foma,” on Thursday, Oct. 13, at 7 p.m. in Diers Recital Hall.

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Fredonia introduces new B.A. in Writing degree

Roger Coda

The Department of English at SUNY Fredonia is launching an innovative B.A. in Writing this fall that blends critical, professional and creative writing into a single undergraduate program that offers strong career readiness skills for students.

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Computer and Information Sciences hosts summer camp

Marketing and Communications staff

Liberty Partnership students from Olean Middle School and Gowanda Middle School attended “Computer Science Summer Camp” in August at the SUNY Fredonia Department of Computer and Information Sciences.

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SUNY Fredonia awarded NSF grant to purchase scanning electron microscope

Roger Coda

The National Science Foundation has awarded a grant of over $335,000 to SUNY Fredonia to purchase a Scanning Electron Microscope (SEM) that will significantly expand research opportunities across multiple science disciplines for students and faculty and also lead to new research collaborations with other educational institutions.

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Faculty and staff recognized with system awards

Marketing and Communications staff

Several members of the faculty and professional staff were honored during the recent All-Campus Meeting for receiving the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.

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History student project creates digital history

Marketing and Communications staff

In the Spring 2022 semester, Dr. Nancy Hagedorn of the Department of History led a group of history students to develop a Digital History of Slavery and Runaways in New York.

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SUNY Fredonia faculty outreach expands science education at Chautauqua

Roger Coda

Faculty in the Department of Biology at the State University of New York at Fredonia created a new collaboration with Chautauqua Institution to increase science education opportunities for Chautauqua County students this summer through the institution’s Chautauqua Field Trips program.

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SUNY Fredonia hosting film/video association conference

Marketing and Communications staff

More than 400 people affiliated with the film and video industry have gathered at SUNY Fredonia for the 76th annual conference of the University Film and Video Association.

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