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Wednesday, November 10, 2021


From the President


President’s Caring Bengal Award

Members of the campus community are invited to 


From the Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs


Please Attend a First Day Complete Information Session

I invite all faculty members to attend a virtual information session to learn about First Day Complete, a new partnership program between Buffalo


From the Vice President for Student Affairs


Support for Afghan Evacuees

As announced on October 14, Buffalo State College will temporarily house a portion of the estimated 350 Afghan evacuees who are coming to Buffalo



Internal Search: Staff Assistant for Financial Operations

Internal applications are being accepted for the following position on campus. This is an internal job posting open to employees of Buffalo State


Textbook Adoptions Overdue for J-Term and Spring 2022 Semesters

With the end of the fall semester quickly approaching, we need to place textbook adoptions for the J-Term and spring 2022 semesters. Currently


Blackboard Collaborate Ultra Downtime: November 11

Blackboard will deploy its Collaborate Ultra v21.20 release on Thursday, November 11, between 2:00 and 6:00 a.m. Collaborate Ultra customers will


2022 Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) Enrollment: November 1-29

The enrollment period for the 2022 Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) is now open and runs through Monday, November 29. PEP allows eligible


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Call for Presentations: SUNY Conference on Instruction & Technology (CIT)

Online presentation submission is now open for the 30th annual SUNY Conference on Instruction


Chemistry-Physics Fall 2021 Seminar Series: 'Creation of Environmentally Benign Fluorocarbon Replacements for CFCs' - November 11

Please join the Chemistry and Physics departments for the seminar "Creation of Environmentally Benign Fluorocarbon Replacements for CFCs,"


National Distance Learning Week: November 8–12

National Distance Learning Week is November 8–12. National Distance Learning Week is a long-standing tradition of the United States Distance


CUMU Learning and Sharing Virtual Series - 'Intentional Procurement: Linking Procurement to Racial Equity and Economic Development' - November 11

Please join the Civic and Community Engagement Office for the webinar "Intentional Procurement: Linking Procurement to Racial Equity and Economic


Tell Students: President's Certificate of Recognition for Community Engagement

Buffalo State College President Katherine Conway-Turner and the Civic and Community Engagement Office want to recognize your achievements and the


Tell Students - 'Preparing for Finals' Workshop: It's Time! - November 18

Experts tell us to begin ramping up our studying three weeks before finals. It's almost time!

How do we ramp up? Find out during our "


Campus Community

Milligan's November Thanksgiving Food Drive

Milligan’s Food Pantry at Buffalo State College is committed to supporting the health and well-being of our guests and our community by offering


Honoring Veterans: Sharing a Token of Appreciation

To honor Veterans Day this year, Buffalo State Dining is offering some fresh goodies on us! These offers are open to all current and retired


Live Online Narcan Training: November 11

Please join us for a live Narcan online training session, presented by Weigel Health Promotions and Horizon Health Services, on Thursday, November


Student Spotlight

Student Joana Leamon holding her BBA award

Buffalo State student Joana Leamon, a media production senior in the Communication Department, received the Tim Russert Media Career Award from the Buffalo Broadcasters Association during the BBA's Hall of Fame dinner on November 4. The $1,000 prize recognizes an undergraduate or graduate student who shows evidence of a promising future in radio, television, digital media, or social media.

The award is named in honor of Buffalo native Tim Russert, a lawyer and journalist who spent the last 16 years of his career as moderator of NBC’s Meet the Press.

Applicants were judged on their résumé, a 250-word statement demonstrating commitment to their career choice, a professional letter of recommendation, and a portfolio of work samples.