The Music Department has received full accreditation from the National Association of Schools of Music (NASM), an honor bestowed on less than 2 percent of the institutions that apply. The distinction elevates Buffalo State College as a destination for music students and marks 100 percent accreditation of eligible programs in the School of Arts and Humanities, headed by Dean Benjamin C. Christy.
The Buffalo State campus has been predictably quiet the past few weeks during winter break. But inside Moot Hall, it’s been busier than ever.
The new interdisciplinary microscopy lab, located in the Science Building, went online in fall 2008. “It’s the finest microscopy lab in all of SUNY,” said Gary Solar, associate professor and chair of the Earth Sciences and Science Education Department.
- Curricular Actions
- Annual 25-Year-Employees Luncheon
- Open Forums: Strategic Plan, Academic Plan
- Curricular Items
- Music Department Receives Full Accreditation
- Admissions Office Working to Boost Buffalo State’s Competitiveness
- Campus Reacts to New College Web Site
- Buffalo News to Sponsor Theater Department Performances
- China's Sacred Sites Photo Exhibition and Presentations
- Up Close and Colorful: Microscopy Lab Magnifies Research Potential
- Kimberly Blessing, Chair and Associate Professor, Philosophy and Humanities
- College Relations Office
- Jane R. Cushman, Assistant Professor, Mathematics
- Elizabeth Peña, Director and Professor, Art Conservation
- Joseph Price, Associate Professor, Theater
- Constance Dean Qualls, Chair and Professor, Speech-Language Pathology
- Deborah Silverman, Assistant Professor, Communication
- John Thompson, Associate Professor, Computer Information Systems
A small group of Buffalo State College students were among the masses gathering at the National Mall for the Obama Inauguration. The group left for Washington Monday morning.
Two vans full of Buffalo State College students who left Monday morning returned home from Washington, D.C., feeling revived and rejuvenated.
The Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College was named one of the world’s 44 Places to Go in 2009 in the New York Times Sunday Travel section.