The good news of SUNY Buffalo State reached near and far during the 2013–2014 academic year, garnering attention in international media outlets such as the New York Times, USA Today, and the BBC, to unique local stories in Buffalo Business First, WBFO, and the Buffalo News—which featured Buffalo State on its front page three times last year.
As you may have read in the spring edition of 1300 Elmwood, the students, faculty, staff, and alumni of Buffalo State have more than 101 points of Bengal Pride. Here are a few media stories (listed chronologically) that highlighted many of those pride points, along with our unique attributes, people, and accomplishments from the previous year.
Many faculty members also shared their expertise by commenting on current events and trends with local media—many on multiple occasions—further promoting the broad array of academic offerings at Buffalo State: Lynn Boorady (Fashion and Textile), Bruce Bryski (Communication), Ted Byrley (Economics and Finance), Kim Chinquee (English), Anthony Chase (Arts and Humanities), Mark Clapsadl (Great Lakes Center), Paul DeWald (Communication), Bruce Fisher (Economics and Finance), Frederick Floss (Economics and Finance), Michael Fox (Center for Studies in Creativity), Joseph Kelly (Business), Jason Knight (Geography and Planning), Joelle LeClaire (Economics and Finance), Anthony Neal (Political Science), Michael Niman (Communication), Seth Oyer (Communication), M. Stephen Pendleton (Political Science), Scott Phillips (Criminal Justice), Ramona Santa-Maria (Computer Information Systems), Ted Schmidt (Economics and Finance), Pamela Schuetze (Psychology), John Siskar (Center for Excellence in Urban Education), Ron Smith (Communication), Stephen Vermette (Geography and Planning), John Wilcox (Economics and Finance), Kevin Williams (Earth Sciences and Science Education), Kathy Wood (School of Education), and Peter Yacobucci (Political Science).
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