Rendering of new dormArtist’s rendering of the new campus housing project.

New Residence Halls Set for Construction

With increased interest in students engaging in residence life on campus, Buffalo State College is moving ahead with plans for a two-unit $50 million campus housing project slated to begin construction after Commencement 2009. Estimated project completion is anticipated for fall 2010. The two L-shaped four-story halls are expected to create 503 bed spaces in apartment-style housing.

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Lois Gibbs

Exhibit, Presentation, and Symposium Celebrate Women’s History

The Women’s Studies Interdisciplinary Unit is proud to present Lois Gibbs, named by the National Women’s History Project as one of its 2009 honorees, on Thursday, March 12, at 12:15 p.m. in Bulger Communication Center North.

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Leadership Lecture Series Returns for Second Year

Building on the success of the 2008 Leadership Lecture Series, a new lineup of speakers will again bring renowned national and local business leaders, activists, and alumni to campus in support of the college’s mission of preparing students for leadership roles and responsibilities.

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Educational Opportunity Program Dedicates EOP Fund in Memoriam

The EOP Fund, a departmental fund for the Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program, will be renamed the Jaelah Yannis Jenkins EOP Fund, in honor of the late daughter of director Yanick Jenkins, during a ceremony at 3:00 p.m. tomorrow, February 27, in the Campbell Student Union Fireside Lounge.

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Buffalo State Capital Projects Total $110 Million

The new Burchfield Penney Art Center may be the latest addition to Buffalo State College, but it could be just the beginning for the Elmwood Avenue campus. More than $100 million in capital projects are scheduled to begin at Buffalo State this spring, according to college officials.

Engineering Gets a Jolt at Buffalo State

The new digital power relays installed at Buffalo State College will be used by engineering students in the college’s engineering lab there to simulate and address abnormal conditions on a power grid.