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Current Highlights

The Inaugural SoTL Talk: Innovative Learning Adventures

SoTL Talk is a new initiative showcasing research conducted by SUNY Buffalo State faculty members in a dynamic, intimate environment. Please join us for the inaugural talk on Thursday, March 20, from 5:30 to 7:00 p.m. in the Flexible Theatre of the Donald Savage Building. Come and listen. Come and share. Come and learn. This is "research worth knowing!" Sponsored by the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Office, the event will feature three SoTL fellows: Cyndi Burnett, assistant professor of creative studies; Hibajene Shandomo, associate professor of elementary education and reading; and Jevon Hunter, assistant professor of elementary education and reading. Faculty, students, and community members are invited to attend. This is a Year of the Teacher event.

Download flyer (PDF).

New York State 'Teacher of the Year' Nominations for 2015

New York State wishes to recognize and celebrate exceptionally skilled and passionate educators. This year they will identify a group of five teachers to serve as ambassadors for New York State teachers and will select a finalist from the identified group of Ambassadors to serve as the New York State nominee for the National Teacher of the Year program. Download the full nominations packet and submit your nominee by March 28, 2014.

CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education)
Announces 2014 U.S. Professors of the Year Awards

From speaking before state legislatures and giving keynote addresses to assisting development offices and talking to the media, U.S. Professors of the Year award winners are in demand and shining a spotlight on their work and institutions. Now is your chance to draw this type of attention to outstanding teaching at your institution by nominating a talented professor for a 2014 U.S. Professors of the Year award. 

Other benefits of the awards include:

Nationwide recognition. State and national winners, along with their respective institutions, are featured in ads in the Chronicle of Higher Education and in national, regional and local news articles across the country.

Awards luncheon in Washington, D.C. State and national winners are honored at an awards luncheon and evening reception in Washington, D.C. Senators and congressional members are invited to meet and congratulate winners from their states.

Focus on your faculty. Numerous opportunities exist to focus special attention on your faculty and institution, including feature articles in alumni periodicals, annual reports and fundraising materials.

Nominations will be accepted through April 14, 2014. Each campus can nominate up to three professors. Visit the U.S. Professors of the Year website for additional information.