Development of a new five-year strategic plan for Buffalo State College is under way, starting with input from the campus and community, and building on the current plan. A group of 110 individuals—faculty, staff, students, and community leaders—convened at the Adam’s Mark Hotel on October 12 for a five-hour working session. The mission: review where we’ve been, consider the context of the next five years, and generate ideas.
Noted scholars and champions of peace will convene in Buffalo for the sixth annual Buffalo State College Conference for Peace, a series of free events and presentations, most of which occur Wednesday, October 24, at the Performing Arts Center at Rockwell Hall, from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
With temperatures reaching into the 70s three weeks into October, it’s hard to ignore the effects of climate change. The Geography and Planning Department will address critical issues related to global warming with a semester-long speaker series on the topic.
To celebrate 25 years as Buffalo’s Original Alternative, WBNY-FM 91.3, the college’s student-run radio station, is finalizing plans for New Media Weekend: An Interactive Look at Twenty-First-Century Communication.
- Appointment: Associate Vice President for Government Relations
- Emergency College Closings
- College Senate Meeting
- Hospitality and Tourism Department Earns Reaccreditation
- Buffalo State Sends Three to China for AASCU Conference and Recruiting Fair
- Writing Help Available for Students
- Faculty and Staff Encouraged to Volunteer for Community Service Day
- Buffalo State College 2008–2013: Stakeholders’ Conference Jump-Starts Five-Year Strategic Plan
- 2007 Peace Conference Draws International Scholars, Acclaimed Writer
- Forecasting the Future: Geography and Planning Department Hosts Climate Change Speaker Series
- WBNY’s New Media Weekend: An Interactive Look at Twenty-First-Century Communication
Millions of Americans struggle with credit card debt, and college students are no exception, according to a recent study by a Buffalo State College researcher that points to a general lack of financial literacy as the No. 1 reason.