Poetry reading featuring Buffalo State poets Carol Patitu, chair and professor, Student Personnel Administration, and Florine Melnyk.
Session IV of What Price Freedom? features a distinguished panel: Wilma Morrison, Nathaniel Dett Museum- British Methodist Episcopal Church, Donna M. Ford- Central Ontario Black History Network, and Brian Prince- Southwest Ontario Black History Network. They discuss life experiences among Afro-Canadians highlighting ties to the free Black community in Western New York.
Presentation by Buffalo State's Paul Kruczynski and Brett Essler at the HighEdWebDev Conference at RIT, November 8, 2005. The presentation takes an in-depth look at the integration of podcasting into Buffalo State's existing core Web applications and the presentation of podcasts in an accessible and navigable user interface. [more…]
In Session III of What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York, Larry E. Hudson, author of Slave Work and Family Life in Antebellum South Carolina, discussed the civil status of African Americans in the North. Jason Young, assistant professor, History, University at Buffalo, served as respondent.