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10th Annual Faculty/Staff Research and Creativity Fall Forum: Lin Xia Jiang

In this podcast, Lin Xia Jiang, professor, Fine Arts Department, discusses his research project “Chasing Chinese Folk Art.” Jiang and Richard J. Ross, associate professor, Design Department, traveled to four regions in China which reflect  [more…]

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Arts |
Research

10th Annual Faculty/Staff Research and Creativity Fall Forum: Interim President Dennis K. Ponton

Interim president Ponton offers welcoming remarks at this annual event which brings the Buffalo State community together to share their significant, engaging, adventurous, and potentially ground-breaking work.  [more…]

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Research

10th Annual Faculty/Staff Research and Creativity Fall Forum: Alan M. Delmerico

In this podcast, Alan M. Delmerico, research analyst, Center for Health and Social Research, discusses his research project "Differences in Access to Primary Care Among a Sample of Suicide Cases and Controls in Rural China."  [more…]

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Arts |
Research

Africa Week Lecture: Carl Wilkens on "Rwanda 1994 and Beyond"

The African and African American Studies Interdisciplinary Unit (AAAS) presented a lecture by Carl Wilkens, the only American who stayed in Rwanda after the 1994 genocide started. Wilkens's decision resulted in preventing the massacre of hundreds of orphans between April and July 1994. His story has inspired many in the United States, Rwanda, and around the world.  [more…]

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Historical

10th Annual Faculty/Staff Research and Creativity Fall Forum: Scott W. Roberts

In this podcast, Scott W. Roberts, professor, Health and Wellness Department, discusses the research project he completed with Richard J. McCowan, director of Research and Evaluation, Center for Development of Human Services/Research Foundation of SUNY, "Using Infant Simulation to Reduce Pregnancy Among High School Students."  [more…]

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Research

Women in Science and Mathematics Lecture: Debbie Yen Dao

In this podcast, the Women in Science and Mathematics Committee presents Debbie Yen Dao, for a talk titled "Paradigm Shifts: My Journey To and Through M.D. / Ph.D. Training." A member of the American Physician Scientists Association, Ms. Dao has completed the first two years of medical education and is in the fourth year of ongoing research. Upon completion of her thesis, she will transition to the third and fourth year medical clinical phases of training.  [more…]

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Research

Lecture: Sentiment, Skepticism, and Community in Stowe's Uncle Tom's Cabin

In this podcast, Kenneth Dauber, professor of American literature at the University at Buffalo, presents “Sentiment, Skepticism, and Community in Stowe’s Uncle Tom’s Cabin.  [more…]

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Arts

Contemporary Children's Books and Films Lecture: Jerry Griswold

Author Jerry Griswold is a specialist in American literature and culture and in children’s literature. He is the author of seven books, including the prize-winning Audacious Kids (in paperback, The Classic American Children’s Story), The Meanings of “Beauty and the Beast,” and the recent Feeling Like a Kid. Griswold has also published more than 200 essays in the Paris Review, the Nation, the New Republic, the Los Angeles Times, and elsewhere. He is a frequent contributor to the New York Times Book Review and a columnist for Parents’ Choice.  [more…]


Constitution Day and Citizenship Day Discussion: Gene Nichol

In this podcast, Gene Nichol, professor of Law and former dean of the University of North Carolina School of Law and president emeritus of the College of William & Mary, speaks with students and faculty on the subject of equal justice in the Constitution.  [more…]

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Historical

Green Talk Workshop Series: Seeing Green: Tips for School, Home, and Work

E. H. Butler Library’s “Green Enthusiasts” present an interesting (and fun) workshop on campus recycling services and more. Presented by Lauren White, Campus Services.

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Community

Campus Services Sculpture Dedication

A sculpture dedication ceremony was held in front of the Clinton Center on October 2 2009 to acknowledge all College Maintenance Personnel.  [more…]

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Community |
Speeches