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News Clips: May 2019

News Clips: May 2019

Posted: May 31, 2019

Buffalo State and its students, faculty, staff, and alumni are making news. The following articles appeared in the media in May 2019.  Please note that links may expire or change as news outlets archive stories.

May 1
Lancaster Bee: Spindle Items: Music Camp (Buffalo State mentioned)
City & State: Ask the Experts: What Cuomo’s endorsement of Biden means (Bruce Fisher, Visiting Professor of Economics and Finance, quoted)

May 2 Take a look at an artist’s 10 day road trip from New Jersey to South Florida (Buffalo State alum Joanne Ross featured)

May 5
WGRZ: Best Buddies Flag Football Showdown Aims to Increase Inclusion at Buffalo State

May 6
WKBW: Seven school records and counting; Ronni Kordrupel excelling at Buffalo State
WIVB: “Best Buddies” Buffalo State chapter hosts third annual flag football showdown
Buffalo News: Kordrupel of Buffalo State wins two SUNYAC track titles
Buffalo News: Broadway Market trying – again – to keep the Easter season magic alive (Buffalo State alum Kathleen Peterson featured)

May 8
WGRZ: WNY's Great Grads: From Refugee to Valedictorian (Incoming Buffalo State student Eh Ler Tha featured)
Buffalo News: Buscaglia exiting Channel 7; Bove replacing him as sports director (Buffalo State alums Joe Buscaglia and Matt Bove featured)
Deseret News: The best and worst places to move after college, and what cities are doing to try to move up the list (Buffalo State alum Sheldon Anderson quoted)

May 9
WKBW: Buff State shows off musical talents with first-ever opera
Spectrum News: Lackawanna Considering Multiple Options for New City Hall (Buffalo State mentioned)
Science Daily: Scientists find link between digital media use and depression in Chinese adolescents (Buffalo State mentioned)

May 10
WIVB: New Buffalo Schools and Buffalo State partnership puts more minority teachers in classroom
WKBW: Teacher diversity program gets $500,000 in funding (Buffalo State mentioned)
Spectrum News: $500K Given to Buffalo Teacher Diversity Pipeline Program (Buffalo State mentioned)

May 12
Niagara Gazette: Lewiston welcomes new Baby & Me boutique (Buffalo State alum Laura Falsetti featured)
Auburn Citizen: Local, worldly visitors experiencing history at Erie Canal park (Patrick Ravines, Director and Professor of Art Conservation, mentioned)

May 15
Niagara Frontier Publications: Buffalo State commencement is Saturday
Orchard Park Bee: How Can We Hear Each Other When Our Views Are So Polarized? (Marian Deutschman, Professor Emerita of Communication, mentioned)

May 16
Buffalo News: Buffalo State hopes better nutrition boosts student retention

May 17
Buffalo News: A commencement speech at Buffalo State, memories and pizza: Jesse L. Martin comes home
WIVB: The Flash and Law and Order actor comes home to Buffalo for Buffalo State commencement and food
WGRZ: Buffalo native Jesse L. Martin returns home (Buffalo State mentioned)
Buffalo News: Graduating Buff State student addresses stutter, finds her voice

May 18
Buffalo News: SUNY Buffalo State's 147th annual commencement
Buffalo News: Smiles at SUNY Buffalo State commencement
WGRZ: Graduation Day arrives for thousands across Western New York (Buffalo State mentioned)

May 20
WIVB: Buffalo job market still among worst according to Wall Street Journal (Bill Ganley, Professor Emeritus of Economics and Finance, quoted)

May 21
Business First: 'Cool roof' app built for Buffalonians (Jacquelyn Malcolm, CIO and Vice President for Enrollment, Marketing, and Communications, mentioned)

May 22
Buffalo News: Jeff Maciejewski joins FARM (Buffalo State alum Jeff Maciejewski mentioned)
Buffalo News: Juliana Conidi joins FARM (Buffalo State alum Juliana Conidi mentioned)

May 24
Wall Street Journal: Why Women’s Clothing Sizes Aren’t What They Used to Be (Lynn Boorady, Professor of Fashion and Textile Technology, quoted)
WGRZ: Buffalo State forward represents Estonia on international stage
Eagle News Online: Madison County Courthouse history revealed (Buffalo State mentioned)

May 25
Dunkirk Observer: Dr. Larry Maheady appointed to distinguished professor rank (Buffalo State mentioned)
Buffalo News: Carl R. Allen Memorial Scholarship available for aspiring black journalists (Buffalo State mentioned)

May 26
Buffalo News: Lagging in the polls, Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand tries to stand by ideas (Peter Yacobucci, Associate Professor of Political Science, quoted)
Spectrum News: SNAP's Impact on the Second Largest Industry in Upstate New York (Fred Floss, Professor of Economics and Finance, quoted)

May 29
Buffalo News: Meg, Jo, Beth, Amy and Tony (Anthony Chase, Assistant Dean of the School of Arts and Humanities, mentioned)
Buffalo News: David Tytka promoted at Uniland Development Company (Buffalo State alum David Tytka featured)

May 30
Spectrum News: SUNY Economist Breaks Down the State Comptrollers' IDA Report (Fred Floss, Professor of Economics and Finance, quoted)

May 31
Buffalo News: Fashion Friday: Meet the very mod Tricia Mekarski (Buffalo State alum Tricia Mekarski featured)
Buffalo News: From the Horn of Africa to Hutch-Tech, Sembel Koshi works his way to the front of the pack (Incoming Buffalo State student Sembel Koshi featured)

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