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«  September 2008  »

Buffalo State Web Site Refresh Discussion

In this podcast, the Web Team discusses the pending site redesign, the new homepage, and MYBuffState feature with students from Dean Reinhart's (Intro to) BSC 101 class. In this excerpt, students reflect on the current site and share their thoughts on the new look.  [more…]

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Panel Discussion: The Wall Street Meltdown of 2008

The Economics and Finance Department presents a panel discussion on the current financial crisis. Panel participants include Joelle Leclaire, Ted Byrley, Kevin Qian, and Bruce Fisher. Moderated by Ted Schmidt, chair, Economics and Finance Department.

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Academic Convocation 2008

Academic Convocation is a celebration of the beginning of the new academic year. This year's Bonnie and Vern L. Bullough Academic Convocation Address was delivered by author Lorene Cary.  [more…]

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Young Alumnus Achievement Awards Reception 2008

The Young Alumnus Achievement Award recognizes the achievements of graduates of the last 20 years. In this podcast, Young Alumnus Achievement Award winners are honored for their professional advancement, dedication to the community, and commitment to the college and its mission.

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Constitution Day: Electoral College Debate

Should the Electoral College be abolished and replaced by a popular vote or does it continue to serve constructive purposes? In commemoration of Constitution Day, Buffalo State students and faculty from the Political Science and History and Social Studies Education departments debate the merits of the American presidential electoral system in this roundtable format.

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Burchfield Penney Art Center Ribbon-Cutting Ceremony

The Burchfield Penney Art Center and Buffalo State hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony on September 5, 2008, marking the completion of construction of the Burchfield Penney's new $33 million museum.  [more…]

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