Drew Kahn, professor and chair of the Theater Department, wonders what Anne Frank—who would have turned 80 this year—would think about genocide in today’s world. Kahn hopes to engage the Buffalo State community in such a discussion with the Anne Frank Project, an inaugural daylong conference on September 11.
- Presidential Search Consultant to Visit Campus
- 2009–2010 College Senate Staff Liaisons and Presidential Appointees
- Curricular Actions
- Mulcahy Appointed Interim Dean, School of the Professions
- Changes to Discretionary Salary Increase Process
- UUP Individual Development Awards 2009–2010
- Grant Allocation Committee Request for Proposals
- Welcoming New Students
- The Performing Arts Center: A Cultural Destination
- PAC Announces 2009–2010 Great Performers Series
- Faculty and Staff Encouraged to Participate in Weeks of Welcome
- Burchfield Penney Screening: The Mayor of Strawberry Fields
- Inaugural Anne Frank Project Promotes Genocide Awareness
The highly publicized phenomenon that links lifestyle changes and stress to a weight gain of 15 pounds among first-year college students has become as much a part of orientation as the campus tour (Tina Colaizzo-Anas, assistant professor of dietetics and nutrition, quoted).
At the turn of the twentieth century, Buffalo harbor ferries were to the Erie Basin Marina what gondolas were to Venice. The Buffalo State College Maritime Center displayed recently constructed boats, restored boats, and historic watercraft Saturday at the commercial slip at Buffalo’s inner harbor.
Fourteen of the city’s most prominent outdoor monuments and five in City Hall are in dire need of attention. The Common Council has followed the recommendation of the Buffalo Arts Commission and fast-tracked approval of a $225,420 contract for the first phase of a long-term restoration project.