EVENTS @ FREDONIA

Reed Library

The mission of Reed Library is to provide quality services and to collect, organize, disseminate, teach, and facilitate access to information in support of the curricular needs of the State University of New York at Fredonia's students and faculty, as well as the intellectual needs of the broader Fredonia community.

Reed Library website: http://fredonia.edu/library

Reed Library hours: http://fredonia.libguides.com/library/hours

Reed Library, Fredonia, NY 14063

Place Type

On Campus, Academic

Phone

(716) 673-3184

Hours

See Library Hours: http://fredonia.libguides.com/library/hours

Website

fredonia.edu

Twitter

@SUNYFredLibrary

Upcoming Events

Recent Events

Paws to Relax

5/14/2019

Paws to Relax

5/13/2019

Recent Activity

Paul J Benson

Paul J Benson left a positive review 4/26/2019

This workshop let me challenge the racism embedded in my head.

Dennis Deditic

Dennis Deditic left a positive review 12/20/2018

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Amy Jo Dorler

Amy Jo Dorler left a positive review 9/28/2017

Fun!

Amy Jo Dorler

Amy Jo Dorler left a positive review 10/24/2017

Good!

Amy Jo Dorler

Amy Jo Dorler left a positive review 10/24/2017

Good!

Dani McMay

Dani McMay left a positive review 11/1/2017

IT WAS AWESOME! Lots of info and fun student presentations

Sandra A Lewis

Sandra A Lewis left a positive review 4/5/2018

The reception was awesome. Great words by our Provost Brown and keynote speaker Stephen Fabian. Kudos to Judy Horowitz and Dawn Eckenrode for planning and executing an elegant event.

Sandra A Lewis

Sandra A Lewis left a positive review 11/28/2017

Appreciated all the education. Thank you Dr. Rivera!

Jonathan David Swift

Jonathan David Swift left a positive review 9/17/2017

Excellent idea and program. Thanks a million for promoting this very important, educational series of events.

Jonathan David Swift

Jonathan David Swift left a positive review 9/19/2017

Very informative, interesting, and stimulating presentation, discussion, and conversation. Thanks to Drs. Chausovsky and Zubairi, and to the students who participated.