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Mathematics Professor Plays Games with Infinity

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“I work in an area of pure mathematics called set theory, a rich and beautiful subject whose fundamental concepts permeate virtually every branch of mathematics,” said Cunningham, professor of mathematics at Buffalo State.

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Grooming College Students for Booming Hotel Industry

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Rebecca Tate, lecturer, Hospitality and Tourism Department, is now leading a new practicum at Buffalo State. Beginning this fall, 10 upperclassmen admitted to the course are learning the four elements of the hotel business: marketing; conferences and events; food and beverage; and rooms division; through both classroom training and hands-on experiences at a brand-new hotel located next to the campus. She can speak to the trends in the hotel industry and why it is growing.

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Climate Change Impacting Western NY: Buffalo State Experts

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Mellon Foundation Awards $2.1 Million Grant for Art Conservation Project

The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded $2.1 million to SUNY Buffalo State to support the Patricia H. and Richard E. Garman Art Conservation Department and the two other U.S. art conservation graduate programs—the Conservation Center at the Institute of Fine Arts, New York University (NYU), and the Winterthur/University of Delaware Program in Art Conservation. The award is intended to further a collaborative project in the area of library and archives conservation education (LACE).

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Saints and Sinners in Competing Species: Science or Dogma?

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Studies examining whether invasive species outcompete native species may reflect bias of researchers. However, rigorous scientific debate and self-criticism may result in self-correction.

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Teachers Travel to Learn

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Travel does more than broaden the range of a student’s experiences. It also provides a education majors with new perspectives on teaching.

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Resistance to Herbivory Varies Among Tamarix Populations

Growing evidence suggests that the hybridization of Tamarix may provide variation in traits that could promote local adaptation.

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Business Professor Shares Insights Into Islamic Finance

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Jeffrey Chow, assistant professor of business at Buffalo Sate, can speak to his research into Islamic finance and how its moral code guides business decisions. It's not limited to Muslims and is growing worldwide.

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Reforestation in Urban Landscapes

By conducting research at Tifft Nature Preserve, a post-industrial urban site in Buffalo, New York, researchers investigate the reforestation taking place in terms of seed immigration and seedling survival. The research suggests that significant human intervention is necessary to maintain the presence of native successional trees.

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Journalism Professor Speaks to Inevitability of Fake News

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