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Department News

2/18/20
Joelle Formato, EdM ’15, planned on an accounting career until curiosity inspired her to sign up for two years teaching math in a public school outside Washington, D.C. She was interested in service to others. It seemed like the right opportunity. “Five days into teaching I knew I had found my life’s work,” said Formato.
2/11/20
Jessica Jones chatted in the hallway reception with a fellow teacher resident and pondered the consequences of disjointed lessons about how to make an argument. Different disciplines take different approaches. This could confuse students. How could teaching be improved? That was a message from Okhee Lee, a visiting NYU scholar who came to campus last month to give the penultimate talk in the Dean’s Lecture Series.
1/2/20

UB faculty experts offer tips on how to eat right, move more and stress less.

11/12/19
Each year, the Alberti Center for Bullying Abuse Prevention holds a conference to address bullying, victimization and related issues that can be utilized in school and community settings. The Alberti Center was created through a gift from Jean M. Alberti, an alumna from the Department of Counseling, School and Educational Psychology. One of the main goals of the Alberti Center has always been to promote effective and research-driven methods to prevent bullying and help victims of violent behavior.

School News

6/16/20
Stay-at-home orders implemented worldwide due to the COVID-19 pandemic worsened diets, sleep and physical activity for children with obesity, according to research co-authored by Myles Faith, PhD chair and professor of counseling, school and educational psychology in the University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education.
6/10/20

University at Buffalo higher education administration associate professor Nathan Daun-Barnett offers insights as the Class of 2020 nears graduation.

6/9/20
In this age of social distancing, the migrating warblers, orioles and flycatchers have attracted new fans as they alight on Lake Erie’s shores en route to Canada for the summer. A new website featuring retired GSE math education Professor Emeritus and co-founder of the Gifted Math Program, Gerald Rising has been helping a growing flock of pandemic-era birders find the feathered visitors.
6/3/20

Lockdowns implemented across the world due to the COVID-19 pandemic have negatively impacted diet, sleep and physical activity among children with obesity.