News Clips April 3-9, 2017

News Clips April 3-9, 2017

Posted: April 10, 2017

Buffalo State and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni are making news. The following articles appeared in the media the week of April 3-9, 2017.  Please note that links may expire or change as news outlets archive stories.

April 3
WBFO:  Program to grow teacher diversity in city schools (Buffalo State mentioned)
WGRZ: Buff State & BPS Partner for Teacher Academy
WIVB: Urban Teacher Academy will start teacher prep in high school (Buffalo State mentioned)
WKBW: New school programs aim to increase teacher diversity (Buffalo State mentioned)
Spectrum News: Buff State and BPS Partnership Aiming to Give Aspiring Teachers Clear Path
Buffalo News: McGuire unveils Compass East Phase 2 plans (Buffalo State mentioned)
Washington Post: George Mason, NOVA partnership could revolutionize the transfer experience (Buffalo State mentioned)

April 4  
Newsday/Associated Press: Urban Teacher Academy will start teacher prep in high school (Buffalo State mentioned)
Wallet Hub:  2017's Best & Worst States for Millennials (Jessie Lombardo, Associate Director of the Career Development Center, interviewed)
Buffalo News: Books for Kids kicks off 23rd year of literacy campaign (Buffalo State mentioned)
Big Think: 1st Scientific Analysis of Suicide Notes Lends Insights into the Heartbreaking Act (Taronish Irani, Senior Counselor/Psychologist for the Counseling Center, mentioned)

April 5
Buffalo News: Editorial: Increasing teacher diversity is a meaningful goal (Buffalo State mentioned)
Amherst Bee:  New curator dreams big for Heritage Village (Buffalo State alum Beth Roehling-Flynn featured)
Buffalo News:  Sneaker expert to speak Friday at downtown library (Emily Kancar, Office Assistant I in E. H. Butler Library, quoted)

April 6
WIVB: Consumers pay a price when big box stores close (Fred Floss, Professor of Economics and Finance, interviewed)

April 7  
WBEN: Syria Strikes & SCOTUS - Commentary from Peter Yacobucci of Buffalo State
Buffalo News: M&T isn't just in banking. It will also sell you art. Or chairs. (Buffalo State mentioned)

April 8
Buffalo News: Editorial: Change a life by donating to Books for Kids (Buffalo State mentioned)

April 9
Buffalo News: Western New Yorker climbs college football coaching ladder (Jordan Hogan, former Buffalo State assistant football coach, featured)

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