STUDENT AFFAIRS OFFICE

EVENTS

Saturday, February 01, 2014

One Love Week: DisCover the Legend – No Woman no Cry: A Tribute for Colored Girls

Time: 5:00 p.m. to 8:30 p.m.

Location: Campbell Student Union Social Hall

The C.L.A.P Alliance presents a tribute to Ntozake Shange's For Colored Girls Who Have Considered Suicide When the Rainbow Is Enuf and Nina Simone's Four Women, exploring women’s issues from various cultural perspectives.  The event will feature performances and presentations by the African American Student Organization (AASO), Adelante Estudiantes Latinos (AEL), Black Active Minds (BAM), CSO, and the Pan-African Student Organization (PASO); a keynote address by Morgan Williams-Bryant, and the honoring of four extraordinary women. This event is sponsored by the Equity and Campus Diversity Office, the Grant Allocation Committee, and the Academic and Student Affairs Office.

Wednesday, February 05, 2014

Study Abroad for Educators: Germany 2014 Information Session

Time: 4:00 p.m.

Location: Caudell Hall 115

The School of Education is accepting applications for its inaugural Germany for Educators program. This 3-week international initiative is an opportunity for students to study and observe German schools, culture, and history in and near Stuttgart, Germany with program facilitators, Tamara Horstman-Riphahn and John Carlino.

Eligibility & Details:

  • Travel July 2-22, 2014 (approximate dates)
  • Non-credit-bearing program
  • Open to all currently enrolled teacher education graduate and undergraduate students
  • Funding opportunities may be available
  • No German language skills necessary
  • Must be in good academic standing

Student Expectations:

  • Attend a series of meetings during the spring 2014 semester to prepare for travel
  • Live with host families while in Germany
  • Complete a reflective journal while in Germany
  • Participate in all planned activities and class meetings prior to departure and while in Germany
  • Meet all application, materials, and payment requirements and deadlines

Activities Include:

  • Partnership activities with teachers and faculty near Stuttgart, Germany
  • Visits to German schools and universities
  • Excursions to area communities and cultural/historical sites
  • Examinations of German education, history, and culture

Learn More:

  • Attend the Information Session on February 5 at 4:00 pm in Caudell 115. We will discuss expectations, agenda, and costs, and  answer questions.
  • Review the program brochure.
  • Contact Tamara by phone (716) 878-3008, email horstmath@buffalostate.edu, or a visit to Caudell 114.
  • Apply Now! (Note: the application deadline has been extended).

Thursday, February 06, 2014

Autism Services, Inc. to Present on Campus

Time: 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

Location: E. H. Butler Library 210

All are invited to attend a presentation and open dialogue with representatives from Autism Services, Inc. on February 6 (4:00 - 6:00 pm) and February 7 (10:00 am - 12:00 noon).

 

Discover the characteristics of people on the Autism Spectrum and learn about their strengths and the challenges they face navigating our social world. Explore the sensory world of someone with Autism and find out ways to meet their sensory needs and effective ways to communicate with people on the spectrum that go beyond just words. Take what you have learned and give it practical meaning by listening to educators who are making change happen in the classroom.

 

Also on February 7, enjoy a performance by Autism Services' musical group, No Words Spoken.

Monday, February 10, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Tuesday, February 11, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Wednesday, February 12, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Thursday, February 13, 2014

Diversity Poetry Slam

Time: 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location: Campbell Student Union Lower Level

The Poetry Slam in the lower level of the Student Union will take place during Bengal Pause to showcase Equity and Campus Diversity's monthly theme, Black History Month, Civil Rights: Inspiration, Tolerance & Equality.

An "Open Mike" will give faculty, staff and students an opportunity to celebrate through the art of poetry.

 

 

Friday, February 14, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Saturday, February 15, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Sunday, February 16, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Monday, February 17, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Tuesday, February 18, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Diversity Bengal Talk: Civil Rights - Inspiration, Tolerance, and Equality

Time: 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Location: Campbell Student Union Social Hall

Dr. Felix Armfield, Dr. Jevon Hunter, and Dr. Diane McFarland will participate in a panel discussion focused on Civil Rights. Every month of the spring semester, the Equity and Campus Diversity Office hosts Bengal Talks emphasizing the theme of diversity. February's theme is "Black History Month, Civil Rights: Inspiration, Tolerance, and Equality." This month we're collaborating with the NIA Mentoring Program and Student Life.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Thursday, February 20, 2014

Drop Hammer Student Reading Series

Time: 12:15 p.m. to 1:30 p.m.

Location: Campbell Student Union Barnes & Noble Bookstore

Join us in the Barnes & Noble Bookstore to hear our students read from their creative works of fiction, nonfiction and poetry.

Friday, February 21, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Saturday, February 22, 2014

Defensive Driving Course

Time: 9:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

Location: Ketchum Hall 320

The Buffalo State Alumni Association has teamed up with Liberty Mutual Insurance to offer a defensive driving class to Buffalo State faculty, staff, alumni and students.

Save money on your auto insurance by taking this class offered through Liberty Mutual.  Friends and relatives are also welcome if accompanied by a faculty or staff member, alumnus, or student. The cost of the class is only $22 per person.

To enroll, contact Mike DiCioccio, Buffalo State’s local representative, at (716) 677-2734, extension 53695. The registration deadline for this event is Monday, Feb. 10.

Sunday, February 23, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.

Monday, February 24, 2014

Tell Students: Nominate a Teacher

Time: All day

Location: online

The Year of the Teacher Nominate a Teacher contest—sponsored by the School of Education, Student Life Office, and Career Development Center—seeks to involve our Buffalo State students in celebrating teaching, by recognizing educators who have made a positive impact on their lives.

All full-time undergraduate and graduate students are invited to nominate a K-12 teacher or college instructor via the online nomination form. A committee will review the entries and choose finalists whose nominations will be open for voting by the entire campus. The student whose essay receives the most votes will win an iPad Mini and the teacher nominated will be honored during an on-campus ceremony.

Nominations are open through February 24. Voting will be open March 10–17. Please share this information with your students!

For additional information, email Stephanie Zuckerman-Aviles, director of the Career Development Center.