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Job prospects exceptional for Medical Technology graduates

Tuesday May 14, 2019Roger Coda

When students at Fredonia complete Medical Technology courses, fulfill graduation requirements and pass the national certification exam, they’ll be positioned to hit the ground running – straight to a high-paying job. In fact, all 10 students on track to complete hospital internships in August already have multiple job offers on the table.

Faculty, staff receive SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence

Tuesday May 14, 2019Roger Coda

Four faculty and staff members in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences at the State University of New York at Fredonia, a Finance and Administration staff member who ensures campus compliance with state and SUNY internal control requirements, and a valued staff member from the Office of Admissions, have received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence, an honor that recognizes consistently superior professional achievement.

Igoe and Rivera honored with President’s Award for Excellence

Monday April 29, 2019Lisa Eikenburg

The 20th President’s Awards for Excellence and Service Recognition Luncheon was held April 24 in the Williams Center. Scores of employees, family and friends packed the Multipurpose Room to support and congratulate the year’s award recipients: Michael Igoe, an assistant professor of Communication, who received the President’s Award for Excellence in Teaching and Learning; and Dr. Carmen Rivera, currently serving as associate dean of the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, who received the President’s Award for Excellence in University Service.

Fredonia students bound for health professions, graduate schools

Monday April 29, 2019Roger Coda

Advanced degrees in medicine, optometry, pharmacy, chiropractic, physical therapy and veterinary science, along with doctorates in biology and chemistry, will be the goal in the next educational chapters of 17 members of the Class of 2019. They comprise one of the largest cohorts of students continuing their education in doctoral and health professions schools in the last 10 years at Fredonia.

Alumna to offer insight into leader, leadership development

Monday April 29, 2019Roger Coda

Students, faculty and staff, as well as area residents who are interested in learning how to strengthen their capacity to be effective in leadership roles and processes, are invited to attend a lecture by alumna Lorie Latour, vice president of Hematology Patient Services at Takeda Pharmaceutical Company Limited, on Monday, May 6, at 1 p.m., at Williams Center Room S204.

Science students shine at ACS research symposium

Monday April 29, 2019Roger Coda

With one student receiving a first place award and three others delivering poster presentations, the Department of Chemistry and Biochemistry was well represented at the Western New York section of the American Chemical Society’s 12th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium, held April 27 at D'Youville College.