Events and news of what's happening around the Fredonia campus.

Find a News Story

McEntarfer, Iovannone co-write journal article on chosen name policies

Monday February 24, 2020Marketing and Communications staff

Department of English Associate Professor Heather McEntarfer and Dr. Jeffry Iovannone, who serves as coordinator of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, co-wrote the article, “Faculty Perceptions of and Experiences with Chosen Names Policies and Non-binary Pronouns," that has been accepted for publication in the journal, Teaching in Higher Education.

Fredonia introduces accelerated B.A./M.A. English Adolescence Education program

Friday January 17, 2020Roger Coda

An innovative B.A./M.A. English Adolescence Education program that builds on core strengths of a longstanding undergraduate teacher preparation program – and reduces the number of years needed to earn a graduate degree and become eligible for professional certification – has been launched at Fredonia.

Iovannone to deliver lecture in ‘Rust and Stone: Stonewall 50’ speaker series

Tuesday October 22, 2019Roger Coda

Jeffry Iovannone, coordinator of the Women’s and Gender Studies program, will give a lecture at the third biennial E. H. Butler Library Archives and Special Collections Charles Rand Penney Speaker Series, “Rust and Stone: Stonewall 50,” at the Burchfield Penney Art Center at SUNY Buffalo State on Saturday, Nov. 2.

VanDette reintroduces novel that spurred animal rights movement

Monday September 30, 2019Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Emily E. VanDette has published a critical edition of “Trixy,” a 1904 novel by the best-selling American author and women’s rights activist Elizabeth Stuart Phelps. The novel exposes the ethical issues surrounding the practice of vivisection, or scientific experiments on live animals.