The last lecture in an informational series of presentations by meteorology/climatology faculty to help better understand issues that relate to climate change. Speaker is Dr. Gordon Fraser, professor, Geography and Planning Department.
College Relations is embarking on a re-work of the college Web site. In this discussion the Web team shares the metrics that will shape the next version of buffalostate.edu, information on usability studies performed by RIT, traffic, search trends, and more. [more…]
The theme of this open mic is “Giving Thanks,” and we are grateful to be able to offer you a poetic horn-of-plenty, filled-past-bursting with mouth-watering performances by David Landrey, Perry Nicholas, Jennifer Campbell, Christina Wos Donnelly, Christina Starkey, and the relentlessly fecund Lisa Forrest. [more…]
The theme of the following open mic is “Strange Bedfellows: Politics and Poetry.” In the next 45 minutes, David Landrey reads poems by David Budbill and Robert Creeley; Dennis Reed reads a poem of whose title is an unfortunate sight gag; Christina Wos Donnelly reads poems by Sarah Cleghorn and Lawrence Ferlinghetti; Peter Greico, in a new original poem, contemplates the efficacy of a poets’ sex strike; Amanda Grace Fromm stands up for the rights of women; Jerome Joseph Gentes’s imagination is sparked by the California wildfires; Buffalo State Philosophy and Humanities chair Dr. George Hole shares a few recollections of Buffalo’s literary heyday, and reads a riveting poem about his experience as a cancer survivor; Lisa Forrest draws parallels between occupational therapy and the army; and finally, Josh Smith takes the podium. [more…]
The third of four lectures in an informational series of presentations by meteorology/climatology faculty to help to better understand issues that relate to climate change. Speaker is WGRZ meteorologist Chesley McNeil, lecturer, Earth Sciences and Science Education. Series is coordinated by the Geography and Planning Department.
Decorated Buffalo poet Celia White makes the case for conditional optimism; then Think Twice Radio producer Sue Marie stops questioning what made Jack Kerouac so sad, in this November 7, 2007 edition of the Rooftop Poetry Club podcast. [more…]
Poet, writer, activist, and legendary literary figure, Ishmael Reed delivers a performance and reading.
This podcast contains the second half of legendary poet, writer, and activist Ishmael Reed's performance and reading at Buffalo State College.
In this podcast, Penny Brothers, associate professor of chemistry from the University of Auckland (New Zealand), lectures as part of the Women in Science and Mathematics 2007–2008 speaker series. [more…]