NSF Grant Targets Water Quality in Thailand and Cambodia

Professors Kim Irvine and Stephen Vermette of the Geography and Planning Department have received a $99,306 grant from the National Science Foundation to fund undergraduate research involving wastewater-treatment practices and drinking-water quality in developing countries.

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Research Pinpoints Financial Literacy as Key to Preventing Student Credit Card Debt

Millions of Americans struggle with credit card debt—and college students are no exception, according to a recent study by a Buffalo State College researcher that points to a general lack of financial literacy as the No. 1 reason.

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Focus on First Year: Foundations of Inquiry

Power, Sex, and Global Warming. Old, Weird America. Planning for the Future: Business I. Are You What You Eat? The Human Relationship to Food. Do these four topics have anything in common? The answer is yes. They are all sections of BSC 101: Foundations of Inquiry, a class required of all Buffalo State first-year students. They were also among the first sections to fill during fall registration.

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