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Monday, October 24, 2022


From the Vice President for Institutional Advancement


Last Call: Join Us for Buffalo State Gives 2023

Just in case you missed it before, I wanted to remind you that during the spring semester, we will be hosting Buffalo State Gives 2023, our fifth


From the Vice President for Student Affairs


Graduate and Professional School Fair: October 25

Please encourage students and alumni to attend the 2022



Internal Search: Assistant to VP for Student Affairs

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


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Political Science and Public Administration Guest Speaker Series: GoBike Buffalo - October 26

The Political Science and Public Administration Department and the urban planning program are pleased to announce the next talk in their


WNY GenCyber Conference on Cybersecurity: October 29

The Computer Information Systems Department will host the GenCyber Conference in Western New York, a free cybersecurity conference sponsored by


Tell Students: RA/CA Information Sessions

Are you looking to become a student leader on campus? Do you want to be a role model for others? Become a resident assistant (RA) or community


Tell Students: Spring 2023 Scholarships Now Available

Please let your students know that spring 2023 scholarship applications are now available in the 


Campus Community

Bake Sale to Benefit FeedMore: October 27

Dietetics students in the B.S./M.S. program will hold a bake sale to benefit FeedMore Western New


'Stop the Bleed' Tourniquet Training Workshop: November 15

Please join Weigel Health Promotion, Professional Development, and the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) for a free "Stop the Bleed" tourniquet


ICYMI: Buffalo State Awards 2022 George Floyd Memorial Scholarship

Colorful wall mural of George Floyd likeness along with his name

Marley DiTullio, a freshman criminal justice major, was awarded SUNY Buffalo State’s 2022 George Floyd Memorial Scholarship in September. DiTullio is the third Buffalo State student to receive the endowed scholarship, which provides one incoming freshman each year with a $10,000 scholarship that is renewable over four years. Applicants are required to demonstrate, through their application essay and letters of recommendation, their commitment to racial and social justice, as well as how the scholarship will help them bring about change and continue to combat systemic racism by promoting the inclusion of all individuals...