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fall19 Virtual Residency keynote - Dr. Dan Nyaronga

fall19 Virtual Residency keynote - Dr. Dan Nyaronga - Social Innovation and Women's Empowerment in Africa

From  Norana Cantrell on November 14th, 2019 76 plays 0  

Boyer Lecture 2019

Boyer Lecture 2019, Carole Boyce Davies. “Black Women and Political Leadership: Representing “Half the World.”

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From  Pat DeCoster on October 28th, 2019 28 plays 0  

Addressing Implicit Associations in Education: Lessons from the Buffalo Project

Buffalo Project 1.0 & 2.0 discussion with panel of guests April 23, 2019

From  Shaun Hoppel on April 24th, 2019 100 plays 0  

Alumni Testimonial

Alumni Althea Luehrsen '10 talks about her experience as an alumni at SUNY Empire State College. She talks about how she created a degree program that was tailored to what she needed and the…

From  Joshua Gaul on October 24th, 2016 20,873 plays 0