Aaron M. Podolefsky, Ph.D.

Podolefsky Appointed President of Buffalo State College

The State University of New York Board of Trustees appointed Aaron Podolefsky as the next president of Buffalo State College at its meeting in New York on Tuesday, March 23. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher announced last week that she would formally recommend Podolefsky for the college’s top post. Podolefsky was the overwhelming choice of the Presidential Search Advisory Committee and College Council following a national search.

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Curricular Actions

From the Interim President
I have approved the following curricular items, which have been recommended by the appropriate dean, the College Senate, and the interim provost:

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Grant Allocation Committee Request for Proposals

From the Vice President for Student Affairs
The Auxiliary Services Grant Allocation Committee (GAC) is requesting proposals from individuals, departments, and student clubs and organizations for funding of programs, speakers, and events to take place during the 2010–2011 academic year.

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Senate Vacancies: Call for Nominations March 22–April 5, 2010

From the Chair of the College Senate
One University Faculty senator, one alternate faculty senator, and three at-large College Senate positions will become vacant on August 23. The University Faculty senator is a senator within both the Buffalo State College Senate and the SUNY University Faculty Senate. The alternate attends the SUNY University Faculty Senate meetings only when one of the two University Faculty senators is absent.

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Curricular Submissions

From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee
All course and program submissions made from March 11 to 15 appear today or will appear in a forthcoming issue of the Bulletin. Because of the overwhelming number of submissions, please allow time for them to be processed and published. They will be reviewed by the Senate Curriculum Committee this semester.

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Curricular Items

From the Chair of the Senate Curriculum Committee

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