While many American economists are looking east, Ted P. Schmidt, associate professor of economics and finance, has been looking south. “Latin America is a growing economic power,” he said, “and, taken as a group, its countries will be competitive with China and India.”
For the second year in a row, Buffalo State College engineering technology students and faculty earned national honors in the Compressed Air and Gas Institute’s (CAGI) Innovation Awards Contest.
Students have a brief opportunity for a little rest and relaxation at the end of classes and before the start of CEP with Relaxation Night on Thursday, May 6, from 7:00 to 10:00 p.m. “We’ve reserved the entire Student Union that evening to give students a chance to unwind and prepare themselves mentally for finals,” said Tammy Kresge, coordinator for health promotion with the Weigel Health Center.
Buffalo State College will proudly honor two of its most distinguished and dedicated alumnae—community leader Linda A. Dobmeier, ’71, and educator and author Barbara Seals Nevergold, ’66—with the Distinguished Alumnus Award during this year’s Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 15.
An online exhibition of 500 World War I postcards, including handwritten notes and historical commentary, has been developed for E. H. Butler Library’s Web site by Andrew Nicholls, professor of history and social studies education, with Marc Bayer, information systems librarian.