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Dedication of renovated Houghton Hall to highlight Homecoming

Roger Coda

The welcome mat will be rolled out during Homecoming, including on Friday afternoon, Oct. 14, for the dedication of the renovated and redesigned Houghton Hall that completes the transformation of STEM education at SUNY Fredonia.

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Geologist Hegna receives 2022 Hagan Award, to offer lecture on Oct. 4

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The 2022 William T. and Charlotte N. Hagan Young Scholar/Artist Award will be presented to Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Thomas Hegna at a ceremony in Rosch Recital Hall on Tuesday, Oct. 4, at 2 p.m.

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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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Zoom talk today to explore Jurassic invertebrates

Roger Coda

Dr. Mateo Monferran, a researcher with the National Scientific and Technical Research Council currently engaging in investigative work with Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Thomas Hegna, will present a Zoom seminar, “Jurassic Continental Invertebrates: The Records from Argentina,” on Tuesday, Nov. 30, at 1 p.m.

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Students to present research at GSA annual conference

Roger Coda

Two seniors – Geology major Michael Bradbury and Environmental Sciences major Emma Van Houte – will present findings from their research projects at the annual conference of the Geological Society of America in Portland, Ore.

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Argentinian paleontologist conducting research with Fredonia professor, students

Roger Coda

Dr. Mateo Monferran, an Argentinian paleontologist, is conducting research into Mesozoic fossil arthropods – creepy crawlers such as spiders, scorpions, crustaceans, insects and millipedes – with Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Thomas Hegna and students in his lab during the fall semester.

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