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INSIDE TRI-MAIN
VOL. 18, Issue 6                                                                  October 2018
              Food Truck for the Physics Mind                 
If you are at the loading dock at Tri-Main Center, you might see an unusual truck parked there. The truck, the project of Tri-Main Center's tenant, Teachspin, was launched from our loading dock and returns for refreshing and reloading throughout the year. This unique truck, the Food Truck for the Physics Mind, travels to college campuses to nourish students who are studying physics. It provides hands-on experience for faculty, staff & students in more than 15 Advanced Physics Instruments. Designed specifically for inquiry-based learning, the physics truck’s instruments promote conceptual understanding and professional results while being accessible for students of all physics levels. Food Truck for the Physics Mind was the brainchild of educational specialists at TeachSpin Inc.
http://nebula.wsimg.com/cc706cd73e3cbe2a9eafeb1640ecfd38?
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Students throughout the country have benefited from this initiative. The truck has traveled over 30,000 miles and to 42 campuses. Students and faculty have reported the valuable opportunities that Teachspin and the Food Truck for the Physics Mind has provided for them.

Imagine a food truck, only full of physics experiments.

https://www.wm.edu/news/stories/2017/imagine-a-food-truck,-only-full-of-physics-experiment.php

When Food Truck for the Physics Mind visited the Gordon College Campus, "students were able to explore instruments that they wouldn’t normally have access to. It’s very academically focused and a really novel and effective pedagogy for upper division physics.”                                                                                                                  http://stories.gordon.edu/food-truck-for-the-physics-mind-visits-campus/ 

Food truck fuels the imagination:
     

https://physicsworld.com/a/food-truck-fuels-the-imagination/


“I gained more insight on how to develop your own method for experimentation,” said Kemal Turksomnez, Class of ’19.
https://www2.hws.edu/physics-truck-brings-experiments-on-wheels/
TEACHSPIN is dedicated to the design, development, manufacture, and marketing of apparatus appropriate for laboratory instruction in physics and engineering. The goal is to become the world's premier designer, manufacturer and marketer of high quality, rugged, reliable, hands-on instruments that allow any school, no matter what the size or individual expertise of its faculty, to teach a wide variety of classic and modern experiments.

Jonathan Reichert, founder: "I began TEACHSPIN in 1992 only intending to build an instrument that would make it possible for every college or university, no matter what the expertise of its faculty, to teach Pulsed NMR as a standard advanced laboratory experiment. In the process of building that first instrument, I discovered a mission. TeachSpin is dedicated to creating rugged, reliable, and affordable hands-on instruments that any physicist, no matter what his or her area of expertise, can incorporate into an advanced laboratory program. In addition to designing instruments from my own repertoire, we have developed exciting collaborations that have enabled TeachSpin to offer a broader range of experiments. As of this writing, we have partnered with faculty from University of North Carolina, Charlotte, California Institute of Technology, and Calvin College.

Hundreds of TeachSpin’s experiments are now installed in teaching laboratories all over the world, including the University of Cambridge in the UK – where Reichart says the pulsed NMR experiment has proved particularly popular. The company is run as a foundation, with all the profits used to support the education of undergraduates students through advanced physics laboratories.

"At my small undergraduate institution—10 physics majors per year on average—the primary obstacle I faced in implementing those experiments was locating funds to purchase the equipment. Fortunately, the Jonathan F. Reichert Foundation started the ALPhA immersions equipment grant program, which has been a godsend to me and my students."
https://physicstoday.scitation.org/doi/full/10.1063/PT.3.3803
 
        
                        Phase II of 45 Jewett Ave. now houses its first tenant,
                                Buffalo Collegiate Charter School, BCCS

Phase II is progressing with the completion of 17,000 sq ft, which is the new home of Buffalo Collegiate Charter School. The college preparatory school, now serving 4 and 5th grades, will grow to serve students in 4 - 12 grades and will eventually expand to 36,000 sq. ft.

There are 9,200 sq ft still available for offices or other uses.  he proximity to Tri-Main Center and its amenities provides many opportunities for networking and collaboration in this growing community. Abundant natural light, exposed brick, hardwood floors and views of the neighborhood and iconic Belt-line railroad make this a prime leasing opportunity for your business.  For leasing information call  835-3366 or click here


 
            2nd Floor Open Space                                Elevator Lobby
     View of the Belt-line tracks                              2nd Floor Office
EVENTS
WNYRFF

SINGLE TICKETS FOR THE 11/1 AND 11/2 SCREENINGS OF A FANTASTIC DOUBLE FEATURE AT THE WNY REFUGEE FILM FESTIVAL ARE STILL AVAILABLE! PURCHASE HERE: https://tinyurl.com/Renga-ShangriLaTickets Support the refugee clients of Journey's End AND see two great films! See trailers & film info here: www.wnyrff.org
Want to shop local?
No need to go farther than Tri-Main Center’s lower lobby!

Everything being sold comes from tenants inside Tri-Main Center.
4th Friday @ Buffalo Art Studio

(Suite #500) 5:00 – 8:00

Free admission to the gallery and gift shop on the fourth
Friday of the month. Opening receptions include artist talks
at 6:00 pm. Refreshments will include donation based wine
and beer as well as delicious offerings provided by Ashker’s. 


October 26, 2018
 
                        BAS hosts a reception for the
               Buffalo Niagara Arts Association (BNAA)  


                             Annual Fall Member Exhibition
 

The Buffalo Niagara Art Association (BNAA) is a stylistically diverse network of western New York artists bonded together to promote community understanding and interest in the visual arts. In 1957, the Society sponsored its first outdoor art festival on the lawn of the Amherst Central high school. Over time it developed a tradition of annual spring and fall exhibitions held in various galleries throughout the area. The exhibited works and awards were selected by a non-member juror who possessed reputable credentials in the art field. This tradition continues to this day.

   
             ANNUAL RESIDENT ARTISTS SHOW AND SALE 

                  NOVEMBER 17 - DECEMBER 22, 2018            
                       
The Annual Resident Artists Show and Sale includes a large variety of affordable art works in a range of media including painting, sculpture, jewelry, ceramics, and more. The artwork fills both galleries as well as the community space and gift shop.Resident Artists will also have hundreds of works on display in their studios. This annual event is an opportunity to celebrate the the fine work of Buffalo Art Studio’s 32 Resident Artists with the community at-large. Please note that Buffalo Arts Studios and its galleries will be CLOSED Thursday, November 22 – Monday, November 26, 2018 as well as Saturday, December 22, 2018 – Wednesday, January 2, 2019.
The Journey's End Farm Stand will be in the lobby every Thursday from 1:00 - 4:00. They have freshly picked vegetables and flowers from their farm on Brewster Street. 


BUILDING NEWS
Landies Candies is the 2018 winner of Buffalo

Niagara Business Ethics Award!
Congratulations to Landies Candies Company! They were

selected for the 2018 Buffalo Niagara Business Ethics Award, and

it's well deserved.

 
The award ceremony was held September 20 at

Tri-Main Center.

https://www.facebook.com/LandiesCandies/videos/475518896280130/
TRI-MAIN CENTER APP!
 A new navigation app has been has been developed for Tri-Main Center, created by Twisted Rope, a tenant in the building. A new navigation touchscreen, installed in the lobby, will provide directional information. With these new additions, we plan to make it easier for visitors to the building to navigate through the hallways to tenant offices. In the App, users will be able to find specific information about tenants.
Zone markers will be placed throughout the building, on each floor, that are used for navigation. Once you have downloaded the app, pick the desired location in the building from the menu. Press the red arrow button. Select the zone nearest you. A floor plan will appear, showing you how to get to your destination. Select stairs or elevator.  
We look forward to sharing this with our visitors, tenants and their clients.

                  BUFFALO ARTS STUDIO


Buffalo Arts Studio has two studios for resident artists available this fall. For more information or how to apply check their website (http://buffaloartsstudio.org/reside…/new-artist-application/)!
 

There is now a gym in Tri-Main Center. R.E.P.S. Fitness is a fully equipped gym, catering to all fitness levels. There are 9 trainers in house with varying training skills and specialties. Classes are offered and there is  a Functional Room for Alternative Workouts. After a workout or training session, replenish with a shake from the Shake Bar. R.E.P.S. is located in Suite 413. Call Eugene at 716-262-3341 to schedule a Quick Tour or stop in.
repsfitness2017@gmail.com
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         Buffalo Arts Studio is thrilled to share
               that they have been recognized
                     by Ovation as one of the
         2018 Stand For the Arts Honorees,               
           which includes a prize of $10,000!
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