In this podcast, Lee Ann Grace, assistant dean, International and Exchange Programs, discusses how students can spend a semester studying in Siena, Italy, financial aid and scholarship options, and how courses taken in Siena fulfill requirements at Buffalo State. Learn more about how you can partake in an experience that has been transforming students' lives since 1961.
Lecture from Peg Steffen, Education Branch Chief, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration's National Ocean Service, Communications and Education Division. Sponsored by grants from the Dean's Office for Natural and Social Sciences and the Equity and Campus Diversity Mini-Grant Program.
In this podcast, President Muriel A. Howard delivers the annual State of the College address. This event provides an opportunity for the campus to hear a concise overview of plans and ongoing initiatives, as well as challenges at the college, in an interactive format.
Lee Ann Grace, assistant dean, International and Exchange Programs, discusses how student can spend a semester studying at one of Buffalo State's four partner universities in Australia. This podcast includes information on fulfilling requirements at Buffalo State while studying abroad, financial aid, scholarships, and more.
Poet and novelist Ellis Avery steeps us all in the world of nineteenth-century Kyoto by reading from her new book, The Teahouse Fire, and then answers our burning questions. Lisa Forrest does the introductions. The music for this show is a song by Kingdom Hearts called "Love Hina, Opening Theme." [more…]
On February 2, David Lampe, a professor at Buffalo State for over 35 years, donated his substantial poetry collection to E. H. Butler Library's Archives and Special Collections. In this podcast, we hear the donation ceremony, followed by short speeches from Buffalo State faculty, and Dr. Lampe's reading from his current and forthcoming books of poems recorded on February 6 at the Barnes & Noble at Buffalo State Bookstore. [more…]