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Sharon F. Cramer
Sharon F. Cramer, professor of exceptional education and former executive director of the SABRE Project, was named a Distinguished Service Professor by the State University of New York Board of Trustees in April 2005. The honor will be formally bestowed upon her at the fall 2005 Academic Convocation. Distinguished service professors are faculty members whose extraordinary service to SUNY has contributed to the improved health, education, culture, economy, and overall public good of our state and nation.
In SUNY, there are three designations for the rank of distinguished professor: Distinguished Professor, Distinguished Teaching Professor, and Distinguished Service Professor. Regardless of designation, individuals so appointed hold SUNY’s highest academic rank. Buffalo State now has a total of seven active professors who have attained this significant honor.
A faculty member since 1985, Cramer has made major contributions to Buffalo State, the field of exceptional education, professional organizations, and the community. She is the author of two books and more than 20 articles, and she has given more than 90 presentations to audiences across the country. Her areas of expertise include topics such as leadership and exceptional education pedagogy. Cramer holds an M.A.T. from Harvard University and a Ph.D. from New York University. She is also a graduate of the Harvard Management and Leadership in Education Institute.