Dr. McCormick, of Harvard University, will speak on how the use of archaeogenetics, climate science, and other 21st century methods of study enhances our understanding of the fall of the Roman Empire.
John Brittain, JD, Olie W. Rauh Professor of Law at the University of the District of Columbia and Peter W. Cookson Jr.
ArtsCanisius welcomes the Buffalo Silver Band for a special performance.
In Earthquakes, Seismology, and Some Surprises we will start by looking at some of the most famous, and infamous, earthquakes of the 21st century. Then we will explore the geological structure of the Earth that causes earthquakes and why quakes are concentrated in certain parts of the globe. We will take a more careful look at the San Andreas Fault in California and at quakes in the Western New York area.
The Canisius Math Circle is a chance for students in the Buffalo community from grades 5-12 to visit campus and explore their passion for math.
The Afro-Semitic Experience is a band of African-American and Jewish-American musicians who are dedicated to preserving, promoting and expanding the rich cultural and musical heritage of the Jewish