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Herdlein Wins SUNY Award

Receives SUNY Chancellor's Award for Internationalization [more…]

Interior Design Students Tackle Terminal Project

Rebecca Geraghty, lecturer, interior design program, involves students in service learning [more…]

Small Business Is Big Business

Buffalo State's Small Business Development Center [more…]

Art Conservation Department Wins Grants to Continue Excellence

Three major grants to improve equipment, support visiting faculty, provide scholarships [more…]



Undergraduate students majoring in disciplines related to behavioral and health sciences are invited to apply for fellowships to the Mental Health Issues in Applied Life Span Developmental Psychology Summer Institute, sponsored by the Psychology Department and funded by the National Institute of Mental Health, Mental Health Education Project.

Funding for the Summer Institute, now in its fourth year, was renewed in 2003 for five years in the amount of $652,681. The program director is Jurgis Karuza, chair and professor of psychology. Pamela Schuetze, associate professor of psychology, is program co-director.

This program enables outstanding juniors and seniors to cultivate advanced research skills by participating in applied research rotations at facilities that have included the Roswell Park Cancer Institute, the Research Institute on Addictions, and the University of Rochester Medical Center. Students also participate in research and ethics workshops and in research projects conducted by participating faculty.

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FEBRUARY 2004/VOL. 02, NO. 4


Read On
Sam Lunetta, Lieutenant, University Police

Inside Story
SUNY Systemwide Assessment


Declare yourself
Hideki Muneyoshi, Class of 2004; M.S., Creative Studies


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