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Fredonia to offer new graduate-level certificate in Cybersecurity

Roger Coda

An Advanced Certificate in Cybersecurity, a 100 percent online program, will be offered beginning in the Fall 2021 semester. The graduate-level program provides background information and skills required for professionals to work in information technology, software engineering, network management, system administration and related areas.

Fredonia Computer Science students present software projects to Paychex

Marketing and Communications staff

Fredonia students enrolled in CSIT 425: Software Engineering, taught by Computer and Information Sciences Lecturer Denise Joy, presented their software development projects to Paychex, a large software development company headquartered in Western New York, in a Webex session on Dec. 4.

Recent graduate co-authors paper accepted at IEEE annual conference

Roger Coda

A paper co-authored by Fredonia graduate Aierkan Salayding, who received a B.S. in Computer Science, with a concentration in Software Development, in December 2019, has been accepted for presentation at the 11th annual IEEE Information Technology, Electronics and Mobile Communication Conference.

Kasling Lecture to be presented, Hagan award recipient to be recognized, on Oct. 1

Lisa Eikenburg

“A Celebration of Student-centered Research” is the topic of the 42nd Robert W. Kasling Memorial Lecture, to be presented by Dr. Junaid Zubairi of the Department of Computer and Information Sciences on Tuesday, Oct. 1 at 2 p.m., in Juliet J. Rosch Recital Hall.