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SUNY Fredonia science students to compile valuable data for village water department

A new connection between SUNY Fredonia and the village of Fredonia is being forged that will provide students with “real-world” experience by assembling valuable baseline...

Nathan Burnside, Geology major, Biology major

Alumnus Nathan Burnside to trace career path in a ‘geologist’s tale’

SUNY Fredonia alumnus and Geology major Nathan Burnside will give an invited talk, “There and Back Again: An Environmental Geologist’s Tale,” on Tuesday, Oct. 25.

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Students to present research at GSA annual conference

Two seniors – Geology major Michael Bradbury and Environmental Sciences major Emma Van Houte – will present findings from their research projects at the annual...

Collin Barmore

Barmore wins SUNYAC 800

Fredonia State sophomore Collin Barmore of Gerry finished first in the men's 800 meters Saturday at the SUNYAC Outdoor Track and Field Championship meet at...

Courtney Wigdahl-Perry

Wigdahl-Perry, fellow scientists, update Chautauqua Lake water research activities in virtual talk

A team of research scientists that included Fredonia Department of Biology Associate Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry led a panel discussion to provide information on water quality...

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Wigdahl-Perry receives USGS grant to continue rain monitoring station

The United States Geological Survey has awarded a five-year contract to Department of Biology Associate Professor Courtney Wigdahl-Perry to continue operation of an acid precipitation...

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Environmental Sciences major approved by State Education Department

A stand-alone Bachelor of Science major in Environmental Sciences is one of the newest programs approved by the New York State Education Department for Fredonia.