- published: 29 Sep 2016
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Launches Unshackle Upstate campaign and outlines challenges of doing business in Upstate New York.
We were on a mission to find the best things to do in Buffalo, NY and were really surprised at all the thing you can do! Buffalo has a ton of culture, ever-present history and some amazing food to eat. We visited Buffalo's Canalside, Riverworks, Larkin Square for Food Truck Tuesday and we even took a kayak tour down the river with Elevator Alley Kayak. In the end we were amazed that there were so many fun things to do in Buffalo and know we'll be back to experience more of the city soon. This video was made in partnership with Visit Buffalo Niagara. If you're planning on visiting Buffalo, or even if you live there, Elevator Alley Kayak Tours is a must! You can rent your own or take a tour. Your tour guide will take you down the Buffalo River and explain the history of the river, grain e...
Ridesharing may not be legal yet in Western New York, but that's not stopping the region for getting ready for it. ◂ WKBW provides local news for all of Western New York, Buffalo, NY and the Niagara Falls NY region 7 Eyewitness News is Buffalo's Source for news, sports, weather, and good things happening every day. For more download the WKBW mobile app: iPhone: http://bit.ly/iOS-wkbw Android: http://bit.ly/wkbw-android
The fight against HIV/Aids in the Buffalo City has received a shot in the arm. A public-private partnership between the Eastern Cape government and the German Development Bank.... will see through For more news, visit: http://www.sabc.co.za/news
Building successful partnerships is a crucial part of LISC’s mission to transform distressed neighborhoods into healthy and sustainable communities of choice and opportunity. When non-profit organizations and community leaders who are working on the ground in Buffalo’s neighborhoods come together, that’s when we see real, tangible change taking place in our communities. This video is a production of Urban Prairie Films.
The Interdisciplinary Science and Engineering Partnership at University at Buffalo is a promising program that aims to transform how science is taught in the Buffalo Public Schools. The focus of the ISEP is the critical middle school experiences of students in science and engineering, as they transition to high school. The project uses an innovative approach to teacher professional development among high-needs urban schools (including “feeder” middle schools and their corresponding high schools). This is accomplished through courses and interdisciplinary research experience, development of science and technology classroom materials aligned with state science learning standards, and inquiry-based curricula. Sample research topics include nanotechnology, molecular biology, pharmacokinetics, ...
The University at Buffalo and regional partners have received $9.8 million from the National Science Foundation to expand a teacher-focused initiative to change how science is taught in Buffalo Public Schools. The program, led by UB, Buffalo Public Schools, Buffalo State College and the Buffalo Museum of Science, throws the community's diverse resources behind reforming science education, primarily by improving teachers' skills and knowledge.
Scenes from the Partnership For The Public Good's (PPG) 2014 community agenda announcements. Every year The PPG selects 10 policy planks, or 10 social issues in the western New York area to work on. The PPG usually opens and closes each of their meetings with a form of artistic expression. Here Ms. Hill sings "Let You Hair Down" by Dwele for the audience. The PPG is made up of more than 150 community based organizations working on just, sustainable, and cultural issues. More info about the PPG here
Jack Ampuja, President, Supply Chain Optimizers, NY and Toronto, Chairman, the Buffalo Niagara Partnership's Logistics Council, talks about the impact that the economy has on local logistics and beyond, and the opportunities for our economy.
The Partnership challenges all employers in the Buffalo Niagara region to make a new local B2B deal this year. Procuring local goods and services is smart for your business and helps our region as a whole. Learn more: www.thepartnership.org/BuyLocal