Business First’s Lian Bunny reported on two of the college’s most popular advanced degree programs in the School of Education and Human Services, for a July 21 story. Bunny interviewed Lorrei DiCamillo, associate dean of the education school, about the Western New York Teacher Residency Program, which DiCamillo co-directs. Bunny also spoke with Meg Keller-Cogan, the program director for the college’s Educational Leadership and Administration Program. Click here to read the story.
Julie Anna Golebiewski, PhD, was interviewed twice in the past week by The Buffalo News. Reporter Jonathan Epstein spoke with the associate professor of economics and finance about the approval for an Amazon warehouse in the Town of Niagara. Click here to read the story.
Golebiewski also spoke with Reporter David Robinson for a story that examined why consumers hold the key to Buffalo Niagara’s economy, as hiring slows and prices soar. Click here to read the story.
Submitted by: College Communications