BUFFALO, N.Y. – The transforming “magic” of
music continues to occupy the spotlight at the Graduate School of
Education, thanks to the ongoing research and commitment of two
faculty members making careers of finding new ways to nurture
better preschool readers.
The University at Buffalo dedicated its new Educational
Opportunity Center facility in the name of former New York State
Assembly Deputy Speaker Arthur O. Eve on June 30 at the center in
The University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education
will take a leading role helping teachers prepare for Common Core
Learning Standards, adding to the coalition of educators in support
of new college and career readiness standards for all students, the
dean of the school said today.
University at Buffalo President Satish K. Tripathi today joined
more than 200 college and university leaders from 30 states in a
new coalition, Higher Ed for Higher Standards, to mobilize in
support of strengthening K-12 standards and curricula in our
Buffalo Public School social studies teacher Lisa Spaulding has
heard the background stories of the refugee students at Lafayette
High School, particularly the ones told by the girls.
“Absolutely hair-raising,” Spaulding says.
“Frightening. All absolutely heart-breaking."
Mary McVee, whose work in the University at Buffalo’s
Center for Literacy and Reading Instruction (CLaRI) has earned
praise and publicity from educational experts as well as mainstream
media, has received the Division K Mid-Career Award from the
American Educational Research Association (AERA), a national honor
recognizing an outstanding researcher in the intermediate stage of
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Robert Horner, PhD, nationally recognized
for his work in special education, will deliver the inaugural
lecture in the University at Buffalo Graduate School of
Education’s (GSE) new Dean’s Distinguished Lecture
Series on April 28 at 4 p.m. in the Student Union Theater on the UB
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Science Exploration Day, the University at
Buffalo’s annual kid-friendly, offbeat, science-education
bash designed to catch the eyes and imaginations of the most
promising high school science minds in the area, returns to the
North (Amherst) Campus
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