News & Notes – Jan. 8

— Hilbert English professor Herb Kauderer had three poems published in the November 2015 issue of Scifaikuest​: an untitled sci(na)ku, “carrying on” a mirrored fibonnacci, and “Labor Shortage” (actually two joined poems)

— A new video story was produced by professor Chris Gallant ​for  Buffalo Spree Magazine on how Buffalo’s population is changing, as immigrants and refugees become Western New York residents. The West Side in particular has benefited from an incoming mix of Burmese, Somali, Bhutanese-Nepali, and other groups who have settled in, and are bringing shops and restaurants to the neighborhood.

Hilbert in the News

— Law enforcement presentation at Hilbert resonates with prospective students.  From the Dunkirk Observer>>>

— Hilbert’s Dr. Martin Floss, chair of the MS in CJA program, is featured in this Buffalo News article – Buffalo homicide rate drops 35% … 

— Hilbert MPA student Jordan Weixlmann’s letter published in The Buffalo News.  The idea came from a class assignment –

— Hilbert alum lands good job in his field and then decides to follow his passion.  Check out his story from WKBW-TV>>>

— Hilbert professor Kate Eskew named to delegate slate for the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia this summer.  From The Buffalo News>>>