Students, faculty, and staff can enjoy expanded dining options and menu choices this semester when a new marché, or market, style dining facility opens tomorrow in the space of the old student cafeteria off the main lobby of the Campbell Student Union.
The phrase “people with disabilities” is part of today’s vernacular. But people with certain types of disabilities—such as learning disabilities—were not recognized even a few decades ago by most of society. Buffalo State, however, has long kept a careful eye on special needs and, in 1989, established the Disability Services Office.
From the Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Buffalo’s summer weather was at its best for this year’s Buffalo State Faculty and Staff Donor Reception on August 21 at the president’s house on Lincoln Parkway.
- Response to College Senate Recommendations
- Changes to 2008 UUP Discretionary Salary Increase Process
- Grant Allocation Committee Request for Proposals
- Partnerships News
- Curricular Items
- Buffalo State College Policy on Persons with Disabilities
- Progress Is Building at Buffalo State
- New Resident-Student Dining Facility Opens in Student Union
- Disability Services Office Supports Students, Faculty
- Buffalo State College Foundation Celebrates Success of Faculty-Staff Appeal
It’s a warm day to do some heavy lifting before they crack the books. The Class of 2012 at Buffalo State College is moving in Friday. Everything may seem clearer when you’ve got a big mirror.
After the Great Lakes cleanup of the 1970s, pollution levels plummeted, fish began to thrive, and algae receded to a minor annoyance. But three decades after that massive, multibillion-dollar cleanup, the waters of four of the five Great Lakes are once again plagued by smelly, slimy algae (Christopher Pennuto, associate professor of biology, quoted).