The only sound louder than the bullfrogs is the birdsong, and the June morning mist is fragrant with wildflowers. This could be a hundred miles away from civilization, but if you look above the trees, you can see windmills turning where Bethlehem Steel once stood.
When he first stepped onto the Buffalo State College campus as a freshman 50 years ago, nobody would have guessed that Charles Mancuso, ’66, ’69, would someday become a professor in its Music Department.
On June 8, the first Buffalo State students received their loan monies from the new federal Direct Loan program. The funds, which were disbursed to students enrolled in summer sessions, were credited to the students’ accounts.
The following grants were awarded through the Research Foundation at Buffalo State College in June. For more information, contact the principal investigator or the Research Foundation at Buffalo State College.
Jill M. Norvilitis, associate professor of psychology, and Margaret E. Schrembs, secretary I in College Relations, have been honored with SUNY Chancellor’s Awards.