The Buffalo State College Foundation will celebrate “Science in Motion,” the 12th annual Foundation Scholarship Gala, on Saturday, May 2, at the Connecticut Street Armory. Fun, exciting demonstrations and research by students and faculty in the School of Natural and Social Sciences will dramatize the theme of discovery and innovation.
Buffalo State has historically offered at least one workshop each year to help faculty and staff become published authors. This year, a structured series of workshops called “Matchmaking 4 Scholarship” is designed to help new and seasoned campus scholars through each step of the process, with the goal of producing a published work by September.
The graduate program in applied economics is experiencing steady growth, according to Theodore Byrley, associate professor and chair of the Economics and Finance Department, and program director Victor Kasper, associate professor. More than 50 students are working toward their master’s degrees, by the department’s count.
The Great Lakes Center’s (GLC) Strategic Plan for 2009 to 2014 defines the center as “a multidisciplinary research, education, and service institute with a primary focus on the Great Lakes.” While conducting research is the major responsibility of all GLC personnel, that research also helps to fulfill the center’s education and service goals.
- College Council Meeting
- Curricular Actions
- Internal Controls: Grading
- College Senate Election
- College Senate Meeting
- Curricular Items
- Buffalo State Organizes Inaugural Violence-Prevention Week
- 13th Annual Community Service Day Takes Place April 25
- Updates from the Registrar’s Office
- Annual Ambassador Awards Honor Hospitality Industry Leaders
- Foundation Scholarship Gala Celebrates Science—in Motion
- Economy May Falter, But Economics and Finance Studies Remain Strong
- Sharon F. Cramer, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor, Exceptional Education
- Alan M. Delmerico, Research Analyst, Center for Health and Social Research
- Shannon Gormley Budin, Assistant Professor, Exceptional Education
- Satasha Green, Assistant Professor, Exceptional Education
- Gerald Mead, Lecturer, Design
- Evelyn (Santiago) Rosario, Counselor, Educational Opportunity Program
- William F. Wieczorek, Director, Center for Health and Social Research
Ari Silverstein was one of hordes of college students who came to Buffalo from New York City, sent here by their parents for a SUNY education. Studying urban planning at Buffalo State College, Silverstein decided to branch out. He took a course in American popular music from Chuck Mancuso.
Buffalo State College leaders are moving forward with their search for an interim president to replace outgoing President Muriel Howard.
Men with high cholesterol can do their bodies well through strength training, without the need for protein supplements, a small study suggests. Men should exercise to improve their cholesterol, and strength training is part of that, according to lead researcher Carol A. DeNysschen, assistant professor at Buffalo State.