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From the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs

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'The Way We Were: Buffalo State's 19th-Century History—Politics, Pedagogy, and Architecture' - December 2

The Buffalo State College community is invited to attend “The Way We Were: Buffalo State’s 19th-Century History—Politics, Pedagogy, and

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Announcements

2022 Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) Enrollment: November 1-26

The enrollment period for the 2022 Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) is now open and runs through Friday, November 26. PEP allows eligible

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Virtual Panel Discussion: ‘Dealing with Disasters and Emergencies in WNY’ - November 29

Please join us for a virtual panel discussion, “Dealing with Disasters and Emergencies in WNY,” presented by Buffalo State’s

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New Weigel Health Promotions Outlook Events Calendar

Weigel Health Promotions has a new

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Continuing Professional Studies Offers New Programs

The Continuing Professional Studies Office will offer two new programs this fall:

"Applied Imagination: Proven Practices for Creative

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Campus Community

Today: All Saints Day Mass

Please join the Newman Center as we celebrate the Feast of All Saints today, November 1, at 12:05 p.m. in the Campbell Student Union Assembly Hall

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Looking for Families to Host International Students for Thanksgiving

The Global Engagement Office needs faculty members and their families to host our international students this Thanksgiving. We have 15 students

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Need Some Daily Motivation for Healthful Behaviors?

The NYS Employee Assistance Program continues to host the very popular WellNYS Daily To-Do email. This program sends a daily email with a tip that

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Go, Bengals

Buffalo State Bengals
Men's Hockey Wins Season Opener 3-2 Over Albertus Magnus
BUFFALO, NY — Andrew Logar (Niagara Falls, NY/Corpus Christi Ice Rays) scored two goals, including the game-winning goal, to lift the Buffalo State...
Women's Hockey drops season opener at Nazareth
ROCHESTER, N.Y. – Nazareth tallied five second-period goals to pull away from the Buffalo State women's hockey team, as the Bengals fell 8-1 to the...
2021-22 Men's Hockey Season Preview
BUFFALO, NY – As the Buffalo State men's hockey season begins, there is a buzz and excitement around the team as they finally get the chance to play...
Volleyball Splits Matches at St. John Fisher Tournament on Saturday
PITTSFORD, NY — The Buffalo State volleyball team split a pair of matches at the St. John Fisher tournament on Saturday afternoon, defeating...
Second-half surge lifts men’s soccer in 2-1 SUNYAC Quarterfinal victory over Geneseo
BUFFALO, N.Y. – Co-captains Saleman Salim (Nairobi, Kenya/Hutch Tech) and Theo Pencic (Oslo, Norway/Heltberg) helped supply the offense for the...
Swimming and Diving earns split at Fredonia
FREDONIA, N.Y. – The Buffalo State men's swimming and diving team earned its first dual victory of the season, getting past rival Fredonia as the...
Men's Hockey Drops Championship Game 2-1 to Wilkes
BUFFALO, NY — The Buffalo State men's hockey team fell 2-1 to Wilkes in the championship game of the Buffalo State Bengals Classic on Saturday...
Women’s Hockey Loses Home Opener to Nazareth
BUFFALO, NY – The Buffalo State women's hockey team dropped their home opener to Nazareth on Saturday afternoon 8-0 at the Ice Arena.
Cross Country women secure eighth-place finish at SUNYAC Championships
PREBLE, NY – Kassidy Manke (Buffalo, N.Y./Kenmore West) finished in 28th place, leading the Buffalo State women's cross-country team to an eighth-...
Cross Country men finish eighth at SUNYAC Championships
PREBLE, NY – Sembel Koshi (Buffalo, N.Y./Hutch Tech) and Patrick Klinger (Niagara Falls, N.Y./Niagara Falls) finished in the top-40, leading the...
Football falls to Brockport in I-90 Bowl game
BUFFALO, N.Y.— Brockport claimed the I-90 Bowl trophy for the fifth consecutive season, as the Buffalo State football team dropped a 41-16 decision...
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