All faculty and staff members are invited to attend one of the most exciting campus events of the semester—the Science and Mathematics Complex Groundbreaking ceremony—on Friday, September 25, at 3:00 p.m. in the John Urban Auditorium, Science Building 213.
Deborah Oppenheimer, producer of the Academy Award–winning documentary Into the Arms of Strangers: Stories of the Kindertransport, will take part in a special presentation and screening to benefit the television and film arts program on Saturday, October 3, in the Burchfield Penney Art Center at Buffalo State College. A reception at 6:00 p.m. will precede the 7:00 p.m. screening, followed by questions from the audience at 9:00 p.m.
Buffalo State has been awarded a four-year, $194,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education to manage a four-college consortium and student exchange for the study of transatlantic public administration. The program, called the European Union–United States Atlantis Program, is funded by the Fund for the Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE).
- Response to Senate Recommendation: Senate Bylaws
- Seasonal Flu Shot Clinics
- One-on-One Counseling with TIAA-CREF Representatives
- NYS Flex Spending Account 2010 Open Enrollment
- Employee Tuition Assistance Program
- Emergency Response Planning for H1N1 Virus
- College Senate Schedule for 2009–2010
- Curricular Items
- Herdlein Receives Fulbright Award
- Teacher Educator and Author Gloria Ladson-Billings to Speak on Campus
- Young Alumnus Awards Reception to Honor Three
- Faculty, Staff Break Giving Record in 2009
- Building for Tomorrow: Science and Math Groundbreaking
- Kindertransport Screening to Benefit Television and Film Arts Program
- Grant Funds EU Student-Exchange Program
Fall enrollment at the area’s colleges and universities is a mixed bag, but one thing is clear: overall enrollment at Buffalo State College is the largest it’s been since the early 1990s (Mark Petrie, associate vice president for enrollment management, quoted).
Like an old boxer, newspapers are taking it on the chin one hit after another. Circulations and revenues of U.S. dailies are plunging. Some papers have died. Many are ailing. The industry’s health is shaky (Ron Smith, professor and chair of communication, quoted).