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Important acquisitions made for Zweig collection at Reed Library

Marketing and Communications staff

Reed Library Special Collections and Archives has purchased two series of original correspondence, one written by Stefan Zweig to Felix Wittmer, and the other written by Friderike Zweig to various correspondents.

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School of Music alumni nominated for GRAMMY awards

Marketing and Communications staff

State University of New York at Fredonia alumnus Randy Merrill, ’97, was mastering engineer for six 2023 GRAMMY-nominated entries including Adele’s “Easy on Me” and Harry Styles’ “As It Was” for Record of the Year.

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Students engage in GIS Day at SUNY Fredonia

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The many ways GIS (Geographic Information System) technology plays an important role in daily living were celebrated at the campus observance of GIS Day recently, following a two-year absence due to the coronavirus pandemic.

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Graduate TESOL student Barresi awarded incentive scholarship

Roger Coda

Larissa Barresi, a graduate student from Fairport, enrolled in the online TESOL (Teaching English to Speakers of Other Languages) program at SUNY Fredonia, is the recipient of a Masters-in-Education Teacher Incentive Scholarship, offered through New York state, that will cover all tuition costs.

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Zainab Ahmed named Honors Student for October

Roger Coda

Zainab Ahmed, a junior from Lahore, Pakistan, majoring in Molecular Genetics, was nominated by Department of English Associate Professor Iclal Vanwesenbeeck for the October Honors Student of the Month award.

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Student editors gain valuable insight to strengthen The Leader at MediaFest22

Roger Coda

Top editors of The Leader brought back plenty of new ideas to enhance their newsroom operation from MediaFest22, a four-day journalism conference conducted by the Society of Professional Journalists, Associated Collegiate Press and College Media Association in Washington, D.C.

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STEM T-shirt Day draws big turnout

Roger Coda

There was a sea of gray, so to speak, throughout the Fredonia Science Complex on STEM T-Shirt Day on Nov. 1, with students and faculty wearing STEM T-shirts adorned with their own designs and messages based on their areas of study.

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Prominent journal publishes COVID-19 research compiled by Biology professor, students

Roger Coda

The role of immune cells in driving inflammation and mortality in severe cases of COVID-19 was the focus of a research study, compiled by Department of Biology Assistant Professor Emeka Okeke and three science students at the SUNY Fredonia, that has been published in the prestigious journal Frontiers in Immunology.

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