From the President: Greetings!

From the President: Greetings!

Dear Buffalo State Colleagues,
I am delighted to report that my wife, Ronnie, and I have successfully completed our move from Missouri to New York and are settling in at 152 Lincoln Parkway. We couldn’t be happier to be in Buffalo!

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Appointment: Alumni Affairs Director

From the Vice President for Institutional Advancement
I am pleased to announce the appointment of Jennifer L. Heisey as alumni affairs director, effective June 14.

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Reminder: Daily-Bulletin Merger

From the Vice President for Institutional Advancement
Following the completion of the readership survey in May, the College Relations Office continues to work toward merging the Daily and the Bulletin.

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Nondiscrimination Policy for Veterans

I. Introduction

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Formation of College Senate Standing Committees

From the Chair of the College Senate
If you wish to serve on a College Senate standing committee for the 2010-2011 academic year, please visit the committees section of the Senate Web site and complete the Committee Interest Form. Chairs of the standing committees will begin their search for new candidates soon. You must complete this form to be considered. If you cannot submit electronically, please print and complete the form, and send it via intercampus mail to the College Senate Office, CLEV 211, Attention: Vincent Masci, by September 1.

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Request for Revisions

From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee
Department curriculum chairs and associate deans, please note: if you received a request for revisions to courses or programs from the Senate Curriculum Committee, we urge you to complete them and get them to the Senate Office by mid-August. There are still many outstanding courses/programs that were approved by the Curriculum Committee, pending revisions. The course/program approval process is halted when revisions are not completed. Revisions are needed in order for the courses to be approved by the associate deans. Without the signature of an associate dean, the Senate Office cannot accept courses or programs.


Curricular Items

From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee

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