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Within weeks of being awarded a B.S. in Molecular Genetics from SUNY Fredonia in May, Emilee Stenson will embark on a new education journey – a two-year research training program with the National Institutes of Health (NIH) in Bethesda, Md.

Sales of artwork created by Department of Visual Arts and New Media students at Fredonia have provided a hefty financial boost to Literacy Volunteers of Chautauqua County, a non-profit that provides tutoring services in reading, math, English language and other subjects.

Summer research is returning, with seven undergraduate and graduate students scheduled to gain valuable experience working alongside Biology faculty, thanks to funding provided by the Holmberg Foundation and the Joseph and Jane (Schuster) Biology Endowment for Scholarship and Research.

Fredonia 2021 graduates savor in-person Commencement ‘stage walks’

Fredonia 2021 graduates savor in-person Commencement ‘stage walks’

Jun 8 2021 - 9:39amRoger Coda

It was staged in a different venue without packed crowds that the coronavirus had eliminated from in-person events everywhere, but that didn’t deter SUNY Fredonia from creating a memorable in-person Commencement experience to celebrate the achievements of members of the Class of 2021.

A series of free, online workshops and master classes for middle school and high school students and teachers will be hosted by the SUNY Fredonia School of Music in late June and July.

Talented young pianists are invited to apply to the sixth annual Claudette Sorel Piano Competition and Piano Fellows Program at the Fredonia’s School of Music.

Tenor Kyle van Schoonhoven, a 2011 graduate of the Fredonia School of Music, will perform Gustav Mahler’s song cycle of lost love and despair, “Songs of the Wayfarer,” arranged by Arnold Schoenberg, with the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra on June 4, 5 and 6.

“Sustaining Home: The Art of Alberto Rey,” a collaborative exhibition of artwork by the SUNY Distinguished Professor at Fredonia accompanied by essays about his life and work written by SUNY students, is being hosted by The Art Museum of the Americas (AMA), of the Organization of American States, of Washington, D.C.

Four Fredonia faculty and staff members gave a panel presentation, “Facilitating Peer and Instructor Interaction While Promoting Student Engagement,” at the virtual Conference on Instruction & Technology hosted by the SUNY Center for Professional Development and held on May 25-27.

Jessica Schimek, a senior receiving concurrent degrees in Visual Arts and New Media (B.A.) and Chemistry (B.S.), from Smithtown, has been named the Honors Student of the Month for May.