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Woods-Beals Endowed Chair Appointed

First Endowed Chair in College's History [more…]

Director of Art Conservation Named

Shapiro Peña Succeeds F. Christopher Tahk [more…]

Athletics Highlights

2003-2004 Individual and Team Achievements [more…]

On Your Mark, Get Set, Throw!

High School Students Compete in Clay Olympics [more…]

New York Collects

Only Windows Draws More Visitors [more…]

Achievements

Frank James Arnold Jr., laborer, Campus Services and Facilities, published his book, Suggested Readings in the Holy Bible (KJV), (Vantage Press, 2004).
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Charles Bachman, professor, English, was baritone soloist at the annual benefit concert for Roswell Park Cancer Institute, held at Nardin Academy in Buffalo … [more…]

Nancy Belfer, professor emerita, Design, was invited to a May 17 reception at the White House hosted by first lady Laura Bush to … [more…]

Irene Brückle, associate professor, Art Conservation, prepared videos and animations in cooperation with conservation scientists at the University of Applied Arts in Vienna. … [more…]

Pamela Cercone, secretary 1, Biology, was reappointed to a second one-year term as parent liaison to the Mount St. Joseph Academy Board of … [more…]

Nancy Chicola, associate professor, and Barbara Smith, lecturer, Elementary Education and Reading, presented the workshop "Using Visual Arts to Enhance Children's Understanding of … [more…]

Ann Colley, professor, English, served as the outside examiner on a Ph.D. examination held at York University's Department of English in Toronto, Ontario, … [more…]

Common Clay: Creating Old and New Ceramics, a Buffalo State College alumni exhibition (national invitational), was held in conjunction with the 38th annual … [more…]

Cynthia Conides, assistant professor, History and Social Studies Education, and director, museum studies program, and Howard Henry, lecturer, Health and Wellness, received a … [more…]

Sharon Cramer, professor, Exceptional Education, and executive director, SABRE, and Gerard Puccio, chair and professor, Creative Studies, presented the keynote address, "Out … [more…]

Martin Ederer, lecturer, History and Social Studies Education, presented two slide lectures: "Fray Junipero Serra and the California Missions" to the Buffalo Serra … [more…]

Gerhard Falk, professor, Sociology, completed his 14th book in as many years, Football and American Identity (Hayworth Press, November 2004).
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Marianne Foley, associate librarian, E. H. Butler Library, published her article "Managing a New Breed of Academic Library Worker: The Student Computer Assistant" … [more…]

Timothy Gallineau, associate professor, Educational Foundations, and coordinator, student personnel administration program, serves as a consulting editor and review panelist for the ASHE-ERIC … [more…]

Maryruth Glogowski, director, E. H. Butler Library and Instructional Technology, received the Bernice L. Poss Award from the Western New York Network of … [more…]

Jean Gounard, director, International Student Affairs, presented "The Fulbright Program Today" at the spring meeting of the Western New York and Northwestern Pennsylvania … [more…]

Carmine Grande, vice president, and Claire Collier, coordinator of prospect research, Institutional Advancement and Development, co-presented "What Do I Do with This News? … [more…]

William Grieshober, adviser, Small Business Development Center, presented the course "Best Practices in Internal Auditing" to the internal audit staff of the Bank … [more…]

Keith Henderson, professor, Political Science, published several articles in the following publications: "Characterizing American Public Administration: The Concept of Administrative Culture," in the … [more…]

Sculptural works by Carrianne Hendrickson, lecturer, Design, appeared in the Allentown Art Festival in Buffalo June 12 and 13; the Elmwood Festival of … [more…]

Michael Johnson, chair and associate professor, Modern and Classical Languages, presented " 'The Price...Is above Rubies': Wisdom and Facets of Creativity in Job," … [more…]

Stanley Kardonsky, vice president for finance and management, and Susan Leist, professor, English, presented their paper, "Doing the Creative Frontier: A Scientist and … [more…]

Lydia Kawaler, associate for technical services, Human Resource Management, was awarded a scholarship to the Foundations of Leadership Program at the internationally recognized … [more…]

Meredeth Lavelle, senior staff assistant, Art Conservation, published "Buffalo's Parkside Neighborhood" in Western New York Heritage Magazine (spring 2004 issue). The article, based … [more…]

Michael Lazich, assistant professor, History and Social Studies Education, presented the lecture "The ReOrientation of History Education in an Era of Globalization" at … [more…]

Andrea Lizak, staff assistant and adviser, Small Business Development Center, was selected to participate in Leadership Buffalo's Rising Leaders program in June.
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David Marcinkowski, installs assistant coordinator, Computing and Technology Services, received his Microsoft Certified Systems Administrator (MCSA) certification in February. A compilation of several … [more…]

James Maxwell, professor, Business, was appointed editor in chief of the Academy of Technology Management Journal in June.
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Amy McMillan, assistant professor, Biology, coauthored "Characterization of Seven Polymorphic Microsatellite Loci in the Common Loon (Gavia immer)" in Molecular Ecology Notes, (vol. … [more…]

Gerald Mead, curator of education and outreach, Burchfield-Penney Art Center, was appointed to the Buffalo Arts Commission by Buffalo Common Council President David … [more…]

Andrew Nicholls, associate professor, History and Social Studies Education, published his article "Showdown at Fort Rosemar" in The Beaver, the magazine of Canada's … [more…]

Elizabeth S. Peña, director and professor, Art Conservation, completed another successful archaeological field season at Old Fort Niagara in Youngstown. In partnership with … [more…]

Renee Polniak was promoted to University Police investigator 1 June 3. In her new role, she conducts criminal, civil, and background investigations, as … [more…]

Elaine Polvinen, associate professor, Technology, presented "Cost Cutting in the CAD Studio: Vector to Bitmap Workflow" at the "Creativity: Designer Meets Technology" conference … [more…]

Lori Quigley, associate professor, Elementary Education and Reading, received a presidential appointment to the National Advisory Council on Indian Education (NACIE), and was … [more…]

Amy Reynolds, staff psychologist, Counseling Center, received the Outstanding Contribution to Multicultural Education Award from the Standing Committee for Multicultural Affairs at the … [more…]

Paul Reynolds, manager of training and consulting, Computing and Technology Services, has been certified as a Microsoft Office expert in Word and PowerPoint. … [more…]

Jörg Schnier, assistant professor, Design, presented his research paper "In between Research and Practice: On the Interdependency of Thinking Mode and Design Strategy" … [more…]

Lucy Schwartz, professor, Modern and Classical Languages, delivered her paper "Re-Writing Desire: Christiane Rochefort's Printemps au parking" at the second International Women in … [more…]

Gary Solar, assistant professor, Earth Sciences and Science Education, coauthored the paper "Exhumed Himalayan-type syntaxis in the Grenville orogen, northeastern Laurentia," published in … [more…]

F. Christopher Tahk, former director, Art Conservation, and SUNY Distinguished Service Professor emeritus, was honored in June at the American Institute for Conservation's … [more…]

David Wilson, assistant professor, Mathematics, presented his paper "Implementing Standards-Based Mathematics Curricula: Instructional Practices versus Reform Vision in the Middle and High School" … [more…]

Mary Wyrick, professor, Art Education, taught an invited workshop, "Qualitative Research Methods," to graduate students at the Maryland Institute College of Art in … [more…]

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SEPTEMBER 2004/VOL. 03, NO. 1
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