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Podcast Archive

«  December 2005  »

China Travel Journal: GPS and Distance Measurement Overview

William F. Wieczorek, director, and Alan Delmerico, GIS analyst, Center for Health and Social Research, present GPS and Distance Measurement Overview at the Second Affiliated Hospital of Dalian Medical University, Dalian, Liaoning Province, China on October 22, 2005. Wieczorek and Delmerico were part of a research team working with Sociology Professor and Center for China Studies Director Zhang Jie to train Chinese researchers to carry out Zhang's research investigating the root causes of China's high rural suicide rates.


China Travel Journal: Training Overview

Alan Delmerico, a GIS analyst at Buffalo State's Center for Health and Social Research brought along an iPod to capture and share sounds from his trip to China. In this podcast, Delmerico describes the training conducted by the team led by Zhang Jie, professor, Sociology.


China Travel Journal: Audio Diary

Alan Delmerico, a GIS analyst at Buffalo State's Center for Health and Social Research, recently joined center director William F. Wieczorek, Sociology Professor Zhang Jie, and others in China to train Chinese researchers to carry out Zhang's research investigating the root causes of China's high rural suicide rates. This podcast is an audio collage of sounds Delmerico captured on the streets of Beijing.


China Travel Journal: Introduction

Alan Delmerico, a GIS analyst at Buffalo State's Center for Health and Social Research, recently joined center director William F. Wieczorek, Sociology Professor Zhang Jie, and others in China. The team trained Chinese researchers to carry out Zhang's research investigating the root causes of China's high rural suicide rates. In this first installment, Delmerico gives a brief overview of the project goals.


Lecture: From Pan Am Protest to the Niagara Movement

Session V: What Price Freedom? The Centennial Celebration of the Niagara Movement in Buffalo, New York explores connections between the Pan Am Exhibition and the Niagara Movement. Presenter Barbara Nevergold, co-editor, Uncrowned Queens: African American Community Builders of Western New York is joined by respondents Sharon Holley, Afro-American Folklorist and Librarian, Buffalo and Erie County Library, and fellow Uncrowned Queens co-editor Peggy Brooks-Bertram.