Buffalo State College has been selected to participate in the prestigious U.S. Marshals Service (USMS) Centralized Student Career Experience Program (CSCEP). This honor makes Buffalo State one of only two colleges in New York State and the only SUNY institution to offer this prized opportunity to its students.
The leadership minor, launched this semester, relies firmly on the belief that leaders are made, not born.
As excitement builds for the upcoming presidential election, more undergraduate students have considered the political science major at Buffalo State. Hovering around 100 declared majors for the past four years, enrollment this fall stands at more than 140 students who are pursuing the bachelor of arts degree.
Managing government relations for Buffalo State College is no easy task. There are myriad issues with which to contend and interaction among multiple layers of government—city, county, state, federal, and the SUNY system. But William Benfanti is up for the challenge.
- Response to College Senate Resolution
- UUP Discretionary Awards
- Health Insurance Transfer Period
- Changes in Health Insurance Coverage and Voluntary Cancellation of Coverage
- New York State Employee Health Benefits Fair
- Policy on the Use of Electronic Resources
- Call for Nominations: 2009 Distinguished Alumnus Award
- College Senate Action Items
- Curricular News
- Take Time to Remember: Armed Services Reunion 2008
- Burchfield Penney Annual Gala and Art Auction
- Buffalo State College Chosen for U.S. Marshals Service Co-op Program
- Empowering Tomorrow’s Leaders
- Election Year Brings Spike in Political Science Majors
- Government Relations: Navigating the Decision-Makers
- John Cabra, Assistant Professor, Creative Studies
- Maria Ceprano, Professor, and Nancy Chicola, Associate Professor, Elementary Education and Reading
- Maria Ceprano, Professor, Elementary Education and Reading
- Sharon Cramer, SUNY Distinguished Service Professor, Exceptional Education
- Martin Ederer, Assistant Professor, History and Social Studies Education
- Roger Firestien, Lecturer, International Center for Studies in Creativity
- Lisa Forrest, Instructional Technology Librarian, E. H. Butler Library
- Jason Grinnell, Philosophy and Humanities, and William White, Modern and Classical Languages
- Melissa J. Miszkiewicz, Kelly Marczynski, and Barbara Dray
- Allen Podet, Professor, Philosophy and Humanities
- Deborah Silverman, Assistant Professor, Communication
- James J. Sobol, Assistant Professor, Criminal Justice
- John Thompson, Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems
- William White, Assistant Professor, Modern and Classical Languages
Buffalo State College hosted an eye-opening conference Thursday aimed at fostering diversity and global peace. Abraham Awolich fled his native country of Sudan when he was just 8 years old. Over the next 18 years, he moved from refugee camps in Ethiopia, back to Sudan, and later to Kenya and was separated from his family the entire time.
Buffalo State College held a ravishing Fashion Show Thursday, “The Rebirth of Fashion,” presented by the Fashion Students Association. This event was filled with trendy designs and excited fans to view them.