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Indigenous cancer researcher to give campus presentation

Roger Coda

Native American Heritage Month will feature an address on Nov. 16, “Restoring Educational Balance in Pandemic Times using an Indigenous Framework,” by Associate Professor of Oncology Rodney C. Haring, who is director of the Center for Indigenous Cancer Research (CICR) at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.

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Fredonia Homecoming 2021 Highlights

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Homecoming 2021 at SUNY Fredonia presents opportunities, challenges and celebrations. Alumni William E. Finn, ’83, and the Honorable William K. Taylor, ’97, will be honored with the Outstanding Achievement Award.

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2021 Homecoming Schedule

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The schedule for Homecoming 2021, slated for Oct. 14-17, may be subject to change. Continue to check the Alumni website for updates.

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Graduate School Week activities

Marketing and Communications staff

The Career Development Office will host its 13th annual Graduate School Fair on Oct. 19, from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m., as part of Graduate School Week at Fredonia, the week of Oct. 18.

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Career Development staff receives SUNY-wide award

Roger Coda

SUNY Fredonia’s Career Development Office shared the spotlight at the SUNY Career Development Organization’s annual conference, receiving an Award for Excellence in Programming and seeing Christopher LaGrow, its associate director, installed as the organization’s new president.

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Fredonia College Foundation comprehensive campaign goal smashed

Roger Coda

“What an incredible journey this has been!” That’s the exclamation point Interim Vice President for University Advancement and Fredonia College Foundation Executive Director Betty Gossett places on “Nurturing Innovation: The Campaign for Fredonia.”

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Legal advice for startups is focus of incubator workshop

Roger Coda

A virtual workshop, designed to assist entrepreneurs and startups by presenting an overview of key legal issues, will be presented on Wednesday, Oct. 28, by attorney Michael Borrello as part of the continuing Entrepreneurial Education Program at the Fredonia Technology Incubator.

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Students can jump-start job search with ‘Network on the Go’

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Students can start the networking process promptly, more specifically on Friday, Oct. 16, from noon to 3 p.m., with Network on the Go. This mini-job fair and networking opportunity can help students begin professional conversations in a more casual setting.

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U.S. News ranks Fredonia 16th among top regional public universities in the North

Marketing and Communications staff

SUNY Fredonia was tied for 16th among the top public schools in the North in the 2021 edition of U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Colleges.” In the larger category of both public and private institutions in the North, Fredonia tied for 67th in the “Best Regional Universities.”

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A 59-year Fredonia friendship: A navy blue Fredonia blazer

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I met Ellen (Hitchcock) Meister in September 1960 while living in Hillman House freshman dorm; she was a friend of my assigned roommate from Niagara Falls. Friendships have always been important to me. It seems as a child when we sang the song, “Make new friends, but keep the old…one is silver and the other gold,” I took these words to heart, using them as a theme throughout my life.

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