A first-hand eyewitness to many watershed moments in the history of the Civil Rights Movement, Bond delivers a powerful speech on the centuries-long struggle of African-Americans for equality, diversity in the shaping of laws, and civil rights moving into the future. [more…]
Ultimate Money Skills: Scholars, Dollars, Budgets, and Bills, a free seminar presented by Monster.com that empowers college students to develop smart money management skills and ultimately achieve financial independence. This presentation helps students recognize that the choices they make about money while in college can have a direct impact on their future financial success and gives them the information they need to make better decisions going forward.
In this podcast, Dr. Donna Fernandes, President and CEO of the Buffalo Zoo, speaks as part of the Leadership Lecture Series which presents business executives, professors, and alumni who have demonstrated leadership in their professional career. [more…]
This Leadership Lecture Series podcast features a lecture from Gabe DiMaio. Gabe is currently the Program Director of Classical 94.5 WNED, and former Assistant Program Director and local host of NPR’s All Things Considered on 88-7 WBFO. He graduated from Buffalo State with a degree in Broadcasting and is a graduate of UB Law School. Gabe is a veteran of the United States Marine Corps and US Army where he served in Operation Desert Shield and Desert Storm. [more…]
Donald K. Boswell, President and CEO of the Western New York Public Broadcasting Association (WNED-TV/AM/FM), is a public broadcasting veteran of nearly 35 years. Boswell has held positions with North Texas Public Broadcasting Inc. in Dallas, KCTS in Seattle, and WVIA-TV/FM in Pittston, Pennsylvania prior to joining WNED in January of 1998. [more…]
Kerry Kennedy shares her insights and reflections based on more than 20 years of investigating and publicizing human rights abuses worldwide. Kennedy also discusses how the nonprofit organization, the Robert F. Kennedy Memorial, has worked to address the problems of social justice through urban and political activism and recognition of journalistic and literary accounting.
Sulayman S. Nyang, professor of African Studies at Howard University in Washington, D.C., spoke as part of the Leadership Lecture Series. Nyang has written extensively on Islamic, African, and Middle Eastern affairs. Nyang's latest book, Islam in America, is scheduled to appear this fall.