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SUNY Fredonia faculty outreach expands science education at Chautauqua

Roger Coda

Faculty in the Department of Biology at the State University of New York at Fredonia created a new collaboration with Chautauqua Institution to increase science education opportunities for Chautauqua County students this summer through the institution’s Chautauqua Field Trips program.

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SUNY Fredonia hosting film/video association conference

Marketing and Communications staff

More than 400 people affiliated with the film and video industry have gathered at SUNY Fredonia for the 76th annual conference of the University Film and Video Association.

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SUNY Fredonia to host STEM camp for middle schoolers

Marketing and Communications staff

Camp COMETS, a four-day camp designed to introduce talented middle school students to advanced concepts in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) in fun, creative and exciting ways, will be held at SUNY Fredonia on Aug. 8 to 11.

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Students honored for academic achievements

Marketing and Communications staff

Following a long-standing tradition, the Department of Politics and International Affairs recognized Political Science and International Studies majors in recognition of their academic achievements.

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McVicker, alumna Stenson to present scholarly work at Woolf conference

Roger Coda

Department of English Professor Jeanette McVicker will have an essay published in the academic journal Woolf Studies Annual this summer and will also give a paper at the annual conference on Virginia Woolf, sponsored by Lamar University and held virtually June 9-12.

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Feit signs book deal with Oxford University Press

Roger Coda

SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor Neil Feit of the Department of Philosophy has signed a contract with Oxford University Press for the publication of his forthcoming scholarly monograph, “Bad Things: On the Nature and Normative Role of Harm.”

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Norris comments on ‘entrapment as a defense’ carried on NPR

Roger Coda

A recent news segment on National Public Radio’s “All Things Considered” that examined verdicts in the trial of four men charged with plotting to kidnap Gov. Gretchen Whitmer of Michigan in 2020 included commentary by Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Jesse Norris.

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Lam named to Business First 30 Under 30

Roger Coda

Department of Communication Adjunct Lecturer Carl Lam (‘14) will be among those honored at Buffalo Business First’s 30 Under 30 Ceremony at the Hyatt Regency Buffalo on Thursday, April 21.

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