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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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From the Vice President for Student Affairs

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Call for Nominations: Undergraduate and Graduate President's Medal for Outstanding Student, SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence

Members of the campus community are invited to submit nominations for the following student awards: 

President’s Medal for

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Flex-Spending Account Open Enrollment for 2022 Ends Today

Open enrollment for the 2022 NYS Flex Spending Account (FSA) ends at 10:00 p.m. today, November 29. The program helps eligible state employees

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Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP): Last Day to Enroll

Today is the last day to enroll in the Productivity Enhancement Program (PEP) for 2022. PEP allows eligible CSEA, UUP, PEF, and M/C employees to

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Tell Students: One Week until Bengal Study Nights!

Only one week to go until our end-of-semester Bengal Study Nights—December 6, 7, and 8 from 6:00 to 8:00 p.m. in Butler Library.

This three

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ICYMI: A Look Back: Literary Series Brought Hundreds of Esteemed Poets, Writers to Campus

David Lampe in Ireland

It began with an Irishman and a lost opportunity.

In 1974, David Lampe, Buffalo State College professor emeritus of English, discovered that Irish poet John Montague was in town to teach a six-week summer session at the University at Buffalo (UB), but he wasn’t scheduled to do a public reading.

Lampe not only invited Montague to read from his works at Buffalo State, but he and his wife, Ruth, also outfitted the UB dormitory where Montague, his wife, and infant daughter were staying with a television and playpen...

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