The Research Foundation of SUNY at Buffalo State College manages millions of research dollars annually. Located in the basement of Bishop Hall, the Research Foundation is a private, nonprofit educational corporation that manages externally funded contracts and grants on behalf of SUNY. And with nearly 500 employees and a $5.5 million annual budget, it outranks the other 12 SUNY university colleges combined in terms of sponsored program support.
Please give generously to the 2008 annual Faculty and Staff Appeal. This year, the Faculty and Staff Appeal Committee hopes to increase both the amount of money raised and the number of donors.
Propagating Peace: New Minor Focuses on Understanding Peace through Democracy, Community, and Diversity
The college’s newest minor program, the study of understanding community, diversity, and peace (the peace minor), grew from the dedicated work of the committee of the same name.
It’s almost spring—time to head outdoors! So why not start by taking part in this year’s 11th annual Bengal 5K Run and Fun Walk on Saturday, March 15? Register by March 12 to get a discount on your registration fee.
- College Council Meeting
- Curricular Actions
- Honoraria Reporting
- Grant Allocation Committee Request for Proposals
- Message from the Senate Chair
- Curricular Notice: Deadline for Curricular Submissions
- Curricular Items
- A Time to Give: Faculty and Staff Encouraged to Support Annual Appeal
- Propagating Peace: New Minor Focuses on Understanding Peace through Democracy, Community, and Diversity
- Ready, Set—Go! Bengal 5K Benefits Legacy Scholarship Fund
Buffalo State College has added extra student housing this semester— and more could be on the way.
Artists and art lovers gathered Sunday in the north gallery of the Burchfield-Penney Art Center in Rockwell Hall to toast the end of the institution’s 41-year run on the Buffalo State College campus and its imminent move to a new home.
Radio station WECK-AM 1230 launched its new lineup this week with some familiar names behind the microphone. The morning show is anchored by Western New York radio veterans Harv Moore and Tom Donohue. Donohue, whose real name is Tom McCray, is a Buffalo State College professor and longtime radio newsman.