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Biochemistry student building strong foundation for career in geriatric medicine

Christina Witters of Webster is getting an early start on pursuing a career in geriatric medicine by working as a nursing aide while progressing through the Early Acceptance program that the Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine (LECOM) offers in conjunction with Fredonia.

VanDette contributes chapter to Cambridge University Press volume on Mark Twain

Dr. Emily VanDette, a professor in the Department of English, contributed to the Cambridge University Press volume, “Mark Twain in Context,” a book that places the iconic U.S. author's life and work in historical and personal contexts.

Abby Hart, with Clairee, one of the family chickens

Student’s reflections that promote sustainability go prime time

“Loud Existence,” the activist portfolio that Abby Hart created to promote sustainability, has leaped from its assignment roots in an English course to major social media platforms.

Caitlyn Roe and Megan E. Little

Fredonians among recipients of Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships

The State University of New York announced honorees of the Chancellor’s Undergraduate Scholarships and Graduate Fellowships for the State of New York – including two recent Fredonia graduates, Caitlyn Roe and Megan E. Little.

Screenshot of Lindsay McCullough, M.D., leading a Blackboard Collaborate session.

Biology prof enlists former students, now scientists, for cancer biology lectures

Students enrolled in an upper-level biology course connected with former students of Department of Biology Assistant Professor Nicholas Quintyne who are now working in diverse fields of cancer biology, in a series of Blackboard Collaborate sessions in the last five weeks of the spring semester.

Purtill writes article published in Quaternary Times

Department of Geology and Environmental Sciences Assistant Professor Matthew Purtill wrote a short article, which introduces the Eastern U.S. Eolian Geoarchaeology Project (EUSEGP), that was published in the spring edition of Quaternary Times, a publication of the American Quaternary Association Inc.

Dr. Birger Vanwesenbeeck

Vanwesenbeeck tapped to deliver Kasling Lecture

Department of English Professor Birger Vanwesenbeeck has been tapped to present the 2020 Robert W. Kasling Memorial Lecture, an honor that recognizes a faculty member for outstanding achievement in scholarship or artistic performance.

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Health Professions Club to host online Accepted Student Panel

Six Fredonia seniors and alumni who have been granted admission to health professional schools this fall will participate in an online version, via Zoom, of the annual Accepted Student Panel discussion on Tuesday, May 5 (today!), at 7 p.m.