Buffalo State College will confer degrees on more than 1,800 undergraduate and 750 graduate students during its 138th Commencement celebration on Saturday, May 15, in the college Sports Arena. SUNY honorary degrees and Distinguished Alumnus Awards also will be presented during the two baccalaureate and one master’s hooding and C.A.S. ceremony.
The Center for Southeast Asia Environment and Sustainable Development kicks off its formal establishment at Buffalo State College with a book signing today at 12:30 p.m. in the Barnes & Noble at Buffalo State Bookstore.
The annual Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program Honors Convocation will take place today, May 6, at 3:30 p.m. in the Performing Arts Center at Rockwell Hall. This year’s convocation is dedicated to the late Patrick Hartwick, ’78, ’84, who attended Buffalo State through the EOP program. Hartwick, who was appointed dean of the Ross College of Education at Lynn University in June 2007, died in the earthquake in Haiti on January 12. He was one of two faculty members leading a group of Lynn University students on an experiential service-learning course, “Journey of Hope—Haiti.”
- Zemsky to Receive President’s Distinguished Service Award
- Response to Senate Recommendation: Athletic Fee
- Academic Obligation for 2010–2011
- Curricular Actions
- Center for Southeast Asia Environment and Sustainable Development Approved
- Communication Department Earns Full Accreditation
- Faculty, Staff Invited to Review Master Plan Concepts
- Revised Buffalo State College Policy on Discrimination and Harassment
- College Senate Meeting, Caucus
- Curricular Items
- Great Lakes Center Annual Report
- Buffalo State College Celebrates Commencement 2010
- Center for Southeast Asia Is Formally Established
- EOP Convocation Honors Students, Alumni
- George T. Hole, SUNY Distinguished Teaching Professor, Philosophy and Humanities
- Stephen Houseknecht, Lecturer, Fine Arts
- Gerald Mead, Lecturer, Design
- Ramona Santa Maria, Assistant Professor, Computer Information Systems
- Lori L. Till, Associate Professor, Hospitality and Tourism
- Mark K. Warford, Associate Professor, Modern and Classical Languages
- Jeffrey Zacko-Smith, Assistant Professor, Creative Studies
Budding entrepreneurs may think they have a can’t-miss business idea. But a great concept isn’t enough. Small-business owners were urged to be realistic and diligent about their ventures during a workshop presented Monday by the Small Business Development Center at Buffalo State College.
Runway 3.0’s Technology: Progression/Obsession, presented by the Buffalo State College fashion technology program, pulled in a packed house at the Pierce Arrow Building on Saturday, May 1. Now in its third year, the event features fashions by alumni designers.