Buffalo State’s newest leaders are in the making. Leadership development is part of Buffalo State’s strategic directions, which include a commitment to “empower leadership at all levels, promote representative and inclusive governance, and provide superior services to the campus community.”
The Banner Implementation Project reports that Banner will not become the “official system of record” on March 24 as planned, and that the next implementation window will occur the weekend of May 31–June 1.
Campus House director Kathleen O’Brien had admirable but modest goals when the fledgling club opened in 2002. The private social club for faculty, staff, and friends of the college was to double as a teaching lab where hospitality students could learn and practice. But she never dreamed its success would lead to so many other positive outcomes.
In an effort to make Buffalo State College more environmentally responsible, a group of dedicated staff members launched a sustainability initiative called EVERGREEN in 2004. Proponents today are quick to point out that the movement involves much more than just recycling.
- Curricular Actions
- Establishing Community Partnerships: Find the Partner, Find the Funding
- Internal Search: Faculty Development Director
- Internal Search: Professional Staff Development Director
- Appointment: Interim Associate Vice President for College Relations
- Buffalo State College Foundation Launches 2008 Faculty and Staff Appeal
- College Senate Meeting
- Curricular Items
- Developing Leaders within Buffalo State
- Banner to Become System of Record in Late May
- Campus House Serves Up a Round of Success
- Buffalo State Goes Green
André De Shields made his professional acting debut in the Chicago production of Hair back in 1969. He was fresh out of college and the world was a different place. The Vietnam War was still on and young people still had the heightened awareness that comes from living on the edge of life and death.