The Student Support Services Program, informally known as SSSP, will hold its annual Student Recognition Ceremony today from 12:15 to 1:30 p.m. in the Campbell Student Union Social Hall. This event serves to honor SSSP students for their academic achievements. Program director Florence D. Johnson and her staff are proud to recognize more than 65 participants who are carrying a cumulative grade point average of 3.0 or higher.
The job market for communication graduates—including those from Buffalo State—is positive and remains largely unchanged from previous years, according to a national Survey of Journalism and Mass Communication graduates. Buffalo State is one of 83 partner schools in the survey, conducted annually by researchers at the University of Georgia.
If you missed President Howard’s 2009 State of the College address last Thursday, text, podcast, and video of the speech are available on the president’s Web site under Speeches and Statements.
With increased interest in students engaging in residence life on campus, Buffalo State College is moving ahead with plans for a two-unit $50 million campus housing project slated to begin construction after Commencement 2009. Estimated project completion is anticipated for fall 2010. The two L-shaped four-story halls are expected to create 503 bed spaces in apartment-style housing.
The EOP Fund, a departmental fund for the Arthur O. Eve Educational Opportunity Program, will be renamed the Jaelah Yannis Jenkins EOP Fund, in honor of the late daughter of director Yanick Jenkins, during a ceremony at 3:00 p.m. tomorrow, February 27, in the Campbell Student Union Fireside Lounge.