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Ruby Carey Scholarship amount increased
Mon, Mar 29th 2021 09:50 am
The Youngstown Library and Friends of the Library are teaming with the Youngstown Study Club in honor of its 100th anniversary. Another $500 has been added to the Ruby Carey Scholarship, raising the total amount to $2,000.
ABC presents 'Sesame Street: 50 Years of Sunny Days'
Fri, Mar 26th 2021 05:35 pm
Homelessness, multicultural representation, autism, refugee crises and addiction are just a few of the social issues fearlessly tackled by "Sesame Street" for over a half a century. On Monday, April 26 (8 p.m. EDT), ABC presents "Sesame Street: 50 Years of Sunny Days," a two-hour documentary special produced by TIME Studios, highlighting the 50-year impact of this iconic show and the nonprofit behind it, Sesame Workshop.
Majority of UB's fall courses will have in-person component
Fri, Mar 26th 2021 04:15 pm
It's not likely we'll be completely out of the woods with COVID-19 when the fall 2021 semester rolls around, but the University at Buffalo's three campuses will look more like they once did — most notably, with students and faculty in classrooms.
Mentor New York virtually hosts 18th annual Mentoring Matters Conference
Fri, Mar 26th 2021 04:10 pm
The mentoring movement is facing unprecedented challenges, during the changing landscape of a global pandemic and deepening divides rooted in racial inequity. MENTOR New York, a leader in the statewide mentoring movement, will convene New York's youth development and mentoring professionals virtually for the 18th annual Mentoring Matters Conference on Friday, April 16, to address increasing racial equity and creating spaces of joy for young people.
Russell J. Salvatore donates $6,000 to 'Shooting For A Cure!'
Fri, Mar 26th 2021 03:50 pm
Hospitality icon Russell J. Salvatore made a surprise donation to the Pembroke High School Dragons varsity girls basketball team, coach Ronald Funke, and "Shoot For The Cure" event organizer and special education teacher Michael Wilson on Thursday. Salvatore presented a check for $6,000, bringing the "Shooting For A Cure!" to a 10-year goal of $200,000, supporting research at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center.
Villa Maria College's 56th commencement ceremony will be held in-person
Fri, Mar 26th 2021 12:20 pm
Villa Maria College announced it will hold a face-to-face commencement ceremony in celebration of the Class of 2021 and the Class of 2020. The ceremony, which will be held outside in front the Main Building, will take place beginning at 10 a.m. Saturday, May 22.
GIHS Academy of Finance needs your assistance
Tue, Mar 23rd 2021 01:15 pm
Grand Island High School's Academy of Finance is helping students become college, career and future ready through industry-specific curricula and work-based learning experiences, including internships. We work directly with companies to create internship programs that have a lasting impact on students, providing them with invaluable opportunities to explore career options. This year, our academy is in search of 13 paid internships for our Class of 2022 cohort.
Easter Bunny drive-thru visit is DeGlopper fundraiser
Tue, Mar 23rd 2021 01:15 pm
When Megan Shores learned the COVID-19 pandemic is keeping the Easter Bunny away from his usual Grand Island indoor retail stops for the second straight holiday, she became concerned for her two children and others on Grand Island that COVID was now about to take away another Easter tradition.
'Paws for a Cause' pet drive benefits SPCA
Tue, Mar 23rd 2021 01:10 pm
The pets at SPCA Serving Erie County will be getting an extra serving of treats, toys and comfort items, thanks to hard work and dedication March 13 by the Junior DECA team of Veronica Connor Middle School.
DEC, NY Sea Grant: $200,000 in grants available to support projects engaging youth in implementing Great Lakes Action Agenda priorities
Tue, Mar 23rd 2021 12:45 pm
New York Sea Grant, in partnership with the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation, announced funding is available for projects that engage youth under the age of 21 and address local watershed challenges and New York's Great Lakes Action Agenda priorities. A total of $200,000 - up to $25,000 per project - in New York Great Lakes Basin Small Grants will be awarded.
UB Humanities Institute invites entire community to play an innovative Zoom game that envisions socially just futures
Mon, Mar 22nd 2021 01:30 pm
The University at Buffalo Humanities Institute (HI) is presenting an innovative, card-driven storytelling game delivered via Zoom at 5:30 p.m. Thursday, March 25. All are welcome to participate.
ConnectED NY fund to provide no-cost internet access for 50,000 students in economically disadvantaged school districts
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 05:25 pm
Gov. Andrew Cuomo and the Reimagine New York Commission announced the launch of ConnectED NY, an emergency fund to provide approximately 50,000 students in economically disadvantaged school districts with free internet access through June 2022.
CDC adjusts in-person school guidelines; reactions
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 05:05 pm
On Friday, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention posted "Operational Strategy for K-12 Schools through Phased Prevention."
Girl Scout Cookies are going, going ...
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 01:45 pm
As the beloved Girl Scout Cookie Program draws to a close for the year, Girl Scout Cookie lovers across Western New York can still support local Girl Scouts in Cattaraugus, Chautauqua, Erie, Genesee, Livingston, Monroe, Niagara, Orleans and Wyoming counties.
Ruby Carey Memorial Scholarship
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 01:00 pm
The Youngstown Free Library and the Friends of the Library are offering the Ruby Carey Memorial Scholarship to high school seniors who reside in the 14174 area postal code. The scholarship is designed to assist deserving students purchase textbooks and other educational materials in pursuit of higher education. The award of $1,500 will be presented to the winner upon entering college, and their name will be inscribed on the plaque in the Youngstown Library.
Deskside with David: Livestreams need to stay: Districts livestreaming high school sports with reduced fan limitations
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 10:55 am
As we pass the year anniversary (I guess you can call it that) of COVID-19 shutting the nation down, I have continually looked back and asked myself, "Has anything good came out of this pandemic?"
Taste of Buffalo announces scholarship program
Fri, Mar 19th 2021 09:20 am
The Taste of Buffalo presented by Tops is now accepting applications for its annual scholarship program to support Western New York-area high school seniors aspiring to careers in the foodservice and hospitality industries. This year's program will award four recipients with a $500 scholarship to be applied toward nontuition expenses, such as room, board, books and fees.
UB to hold in-person, outdoor commencement ceremonies
Thu, Mar 18th 2021 09:30 am
University at Buffalo President Satish K. Tripathi on Wednesday announced plans for the university to safely hold in-person, outdoor commencement ceremonies to honor students graduating from UB this academic year.
NU's Ward to be honored as community hero by National Federation for Just Communities
Wed, Mar 17th 2021 11:00 am
Dr. Rolanda L. Ward, director of Niagara University's Rose Bente Lee Ostapenko Center for Race, Equity & Mission and associate professor of social work, will be honored as a community hero by the National Federation for Just Communities of Western New York at its 2021 NFJC Re-Envisioned Community Heroes Awards on March 19.
Canisius Women's Business Center announces COVID-19 recovery programs
Wed, Mar 17th 2021 10:55 am
The Women's Business Center at Canisius College launched the "ReConnect. ReStart. ReGrow." COVID-19 recovery programs to help women-owned businesses improve their finances in today's challenging marketplace - whether they are struggling to keep an already existing business going, hoping to launch a new business or managing fast-paced growth as a result of the pandemic.
How to celebrate resilience after traumas of past year? UB medical student finds answer in launching a company
Wed, Mar 17th 2021 09:55 am
It's not like Karole Collier needed something else to occupy her time: She had finished the grueling rounds of interviews that determine where she'll train as a surgery resident; she was starting her final semester of medical school at the University at Buffalo; she was working on a new UB summer program for underrepresented students; and she played a major role in organizing an antiracism lecture program featuring activist and scholar Cornel West.
35 Buffalo Police Explorers sworn in by Commissioner Byron Lockwood
Wed, Mar 17th 2021 09:50 am
On Tuesday at the Larkin Commerce Center, 35 Buffalo Police Department recruits from the Buffalo Police Explorers (BPE) took their oath led by Buffalo Police Commissioner Byron Lockwood. Officers from the BPD and other dignitaries from the law enforcement community attended the ceremony.
Morinello commends decision to cancel Regents exam
Tue, Mar 16th 2021 01:45 pm
Assemblyman Angelo Morinello is commending state education officials for their decision to cancel Regents exams that are not federally required. Officials approved the move on Monday following unanimous support from educators, including NYSUT. Morinello vocally opposed the federal government decision to hold any standardized testing this school year due to the multitude of challenges and inconsistencies within school districts during the pandemic.
Ink Labs Contest for WNY teachers to win $25,000 for classroom technology upgrades
Mon, Mar 15th 2021 12:15 pm
Ink Labs - a Western New York company that builds interactive technology solutions to engage students and empower teachers - announced the launch of the 2021 Ink Labs classroom technology makeover contest. This promo is open to classroom teachers at any school in the eight counties of Western New York.
Read to succeed - in math: Study shows how reading skill shapes more than just reading
Thu, Mar 11th 2021 08:50 pm
A University at Buffalo researcher's recent work on dyslexia has unexpectedly produced a startling discovery, which clearly demonstrates how the cooperative areas of the brain responsible for reading skill are also at work during apparently unrelated activities, such as multiplication.
UB receives $780,000 grant for new 40-foot mobile dental clinic
Thu, Mar 11th 2021 10:10 am
The University at Buffalo School of Dental Medicine has received a $780,000 grant from the Mother Cabrini Health Foundation to expand its successful S-Miles to Go dental program through the addition of a second, drivable mobile dental clinic.
Builders announce scholarship
Thu, Mar 11th 2021 09:55 am
The William Morehouse Scholarship Applications are available for high school seniors, college freshmen, sophomores and juniors who are pursuing careers in construction-related fields. The scholarship is sponsored by the New York State Builder Association Research and Education Foundation (NYSBA REF) through the donation of William Morehouse, a longtime member and supporter of the building industry in New York.
UB to host 2-day symposium that aims to fulfill MLK's vision of justice, equity in schools
Wed, Mar 10th 2021 03:40 pm
To help transform schools into spaces founded in justice, equal opportunity and unconditional love, the University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education will host "Creating the Beloved Community," a two-day symposium that will feature nationally renowned authors, activists and educators who will share insights on reshaping our education system.
Not so sweet: UB study finds increased risk of death among breast cancer patients who drink sugar-sweetened soda
Tue, Mar 9th 2021 02:25 pm
New research from the University at Buffalo suggests breast cancer patients who drink sugar-sweetened beverages regularly are at increased risk for death from any cause and breast cancer in particular.
Sidway kids get an extra dose of learning
Tue, Mar 9th 2021 11:50 am
Sidway Elementary students got an early Christmas present this past Wednesday - an extra half-day of in-person learning.
Calling all artists! 13th Annual Taste of Buffalo poster art contest presented by Tops
Mon, Mar 8th 2021 05:25 pm
The Taste of Buffalo presented by Tops Friendly Markets is inviting local artists (students and the general public alike) to capture its essence in art by entering in the 2021 poster art contest. This year's festival, taking place July 10-11, will be back as a live event and is planned to take place in Niagara Square and on a portion of Delaware Avenue. This year's event will be modified to comply with any COVID-19 restrictions that may still be in place in July.
Carolyn Cianciosa Memorial Scholarship available at Niagara County Community College
Mon, Mar 8th 2021 05:05 pm
For more than 20 years, Carolyn Cianciosa was a faculty member at Niagara County Community College. She played a critical role in establishing the radiologic technology program, and took pride in growing rad tech from 13 to 100 students before she retired in 2012.
What is Builders Club like in 2020-21 at Lewiston-Porter Middle School?
Sat, Mar 6th 2021 11:25 am
Builders Club has worked extremely hard on many projects this year and each has turned out to be a great success.
Diocese of Buffalo names Dr. Tim Uhl as new Catholic schools superintendent
Sat, Mar 6th 2021 11:20 am
Bishop Michael J. Fisher announced appointment of Dr. Tim Uhl as the new superintendent of Catholic Schools for the Diocese of Buffalo, a position he will take up on April 19. Since 2014, Uhl has been the superintendent for the Montana Catholic Schools, which includes 23 schools of both the Diocese of Great Falls-Billings and the Diocese of Helena.
'In the Loop': Lew-Port students fare well in hybrid, remote assessments
Fri, Mar 5th 2021 04:20 pm
March is here, and with it comes the one-year mark of the global pandemic shutdown. We have all grown very weary of COVID-19, but unfortunately that does not mean the crisis is over. All aspects of our lives remain affected while vaccination and other mitigation efforts progress.
NYSUT calls for more COVID testing in schools
Fri, Mar 5th 2021 11:35 am
New York State United Teachers called for school districts to ramp up COVID-19 testing efforts for students and staff as many explore ways to bring more students back for in-person instruction for the remainder of the school year.
Price Rite Marketplace, University at Buffalo football team partner to 'Sack Hunger'
Fri, Mar 5th 2021 11:15 am
While last year's college football season was impacted by the COVID-19 pandemic, it didn't stop Price Rite Marketplace and the University at Buffalo football program from teaming up in the fight against food insecurity through the annual "Sack Hunger" campaign.
Shadowing experience helps BOCES students focus on career path
Fri, Mar 5th 2021 11:05 am
Many of the Orleans/Niagara BOCES career and technical education (CTE) classes encourage students to accept either shadowing (non-paid internships) or capstoning (paid internships) opportunities. Work Based Coordinator Susan Francis says these experiences are invaluable to CTE students.
Dr. Carrie Teresa Isard named inaugural recipient of Klein-Carnell Rising Scholar Award
Wed, Mar 3rd 2021 02:05 pm
Dr. Carrie Teresa Isard, chair and associate professor of communication studies at Niagara University, has been named the inaugural recipient of the Klein-Carnell Rising Scholar Award. The new honor recognizes a graduate of Temple University's Klein College of Media and Communication whose scholarly achievements within the first seven years since graduation indicate promise of a major research career in any field relevant to communication or media.
NCSO, NFPD to host Explorers Post
Wed, Mar 3rd 2021 11:45 am
Sheriff Michael J. Filicetti announced the Niagara County Sheriff's Office will host an Explorers Post in partnership with Superintendent John Faso and the Niagara Falls Police Department.

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