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«  April 2010  »

Facilities Master Plan Presentations: Parking

In this podcast, Jason Schrieber from Nelson/Nygaard Consulting Associates discusses the research, opinions, and best practices for transportation in Buffalo State's facilities master planning.  [more…]

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Community

Panel Discussion: The Pros and Cons of Online Education Vs. Face-to-Face Education

In this podcast, a panel composed of faculty, students, and a corporate human resources representative explore the pros and cons of online education compared with those of the traditional face-to-face environment.  [more…]

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Research |
Technology

Profiles in Creativity: Jo Yudess

Jo Yudess discusses her experiences with the Buffalo State creative studies master's program, leadership development, and bringing creativity into the workplace.  [more…]

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Creativity

Expert 2 Expert Keynote: Marci Segal

As a kick-off to World Creativity Week (April 15-21), founder Marci Segal discusses its history and purpose and provides a preview of her upcoming keynote address at the International Center for Studies in Creativity (ICSC) Expert 2 Expert community conference. Segal explores the question: What is our role as a creativity community?  [more…]

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Creativity

Profiles in Creativity: Cyndi Burnett

Cyndi Burnett, director of distance education programs and instructor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, discusses the degree program, her approach to creativity, and her background in learning.  [more…]

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Creativity

Profiles in Creativity: Susan Keller-Mathers

Susan Keller-Mathers, associate professor at the International Center for Studies in Creativity, discusses what brought her to and what kept her at Buffalo State, the unique opportunities offered by the center, and the college's creativity distance and online classes.  [more…]

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Creativity

Honors Convocation 2010

The 53rd annual Honors Convocation was held, April 15, at 12:15 p.m. in Rockwell Hall Auditorium. The ceremony recognized 974 students for outstanding academic achievement. All invited students have earned a cumulative grade point average of 3.50 or higher and have accumulated a minimum of 45 credit hours at Buffalo State (30 for transfer students).  [more…]

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Speeches |
Academic

History, Psychology, and Social Movements Lecture Series: Belinda Davis

As part of the History, Psychology, and Social Movements Lecture Series, Belinda Davis, associate professor of history at Rutgers University, presents "The Inner Life of Politics: The 'New Left' in West Germany, 1962-1983."  [more…]

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Historical

Women in Science and Math Lecture Series: Carolyn Hurley

Carolyn Hurley is a professor in the departments of Oncology and Microbiology & Immunology and a member of the Genetics and Epidemiology Division at the Georgetown University Medical Center. In this podcast, Hurley presents "We Are All Different-One Scientist's Journey to Study the Impact of Genetic Diversity on the Immune Response." The Women in Science and Mathematics lecture series is sponsored by the Equity and Campus Diversity Office mini-grant program, the Auxiliary Services Grant Allocation Committee, and the Faculty-Student Association.

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Research

Presentation: Ofield Dukes on Communicating with Diverse Audiences

Ofield Dukes, an award-winning public relations practitioner in Washington, DC whose clients have included General Motors, Motown Records, and AT&T, discusses the implications of America’s increasing racial, ethnic and cultural diversity for businesses and nonprofit organizations, particularly graduating college seniors and professional communicators.  [more…]

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Communication