Would you like to make a difference in your campus community? Consider running for the University Council Student Representative.
Petitions are available for pick up at the following locations:
Student Life – 150 Student Union & 102 Harriman
SA – 350 Student Union
GSA – 310 Student Union
GMA – 351 Jacobs Hall
Visit http://www.student-affairs.buffalo.edu/vote/ to learn more about the University Council Student Representative and the Election.
The University Council Student Representative is the students’ voice on the primary oversight and advisory body to the University at Buffalo, its president and senior officers.
Please see the attached memo and proposed budget for 2014-2015. This budget will be voted on for approval at this Wednesday’s GSA Senate Meeting (7pm in 330 Student Union).
The GSA Election Committee is hosting an Informal Information Session this evening from 5:00 – 6:30pm in 311 Student Union (behind the GSA office) to give graduate students the chance to meet and interact with the candidates for GSA’s 2014-2015 E-board. Candidates will engage in discussions about their ideas for advancing our student government and answer any questions that might arise. Light refreshments will be provided. All are welcome and encouraged to attend.
Please note that the official Candidate Debate will take place during the Wednesday, April 2nd Senate meeting being held at 7:00pm in 330 Student Union.
Check out the GSA Elections page for more information about your candidates! Elections will take place online April 7th – 10th. Please keep an eye on the website for more details.
Upcoming Member Meetings
The GSEU will be holding four meetings to discuss what the state’s recent contract proposals mean for TAs and GAs. Listed below are the various meeting dates and times. Meetings typically last 1 hour. All TAs and GAs are strongly encouraged to attend. All meetings cover the same topics, so you only need to attend one. Food will be provided. The strength of the collective bargaining process is dependent on the support and participation of all members. The GSEU hopes to see everyone there!
Tuesday, March 25th at 1:00pm in 200A Commons (GSEU Office) on North Campus
Wednesday, March 26th at 1:30pm in 200A Commons (GSEU Office) on North Campus
Monday, March 31st at 5:30pm in 200A Commons (GSEU Office) on North Campus
Monday, April 7th at 5:30pm in 103 Allen Hall on South Campus
The GSA Office will be open Monday, March 17th – Thursday, March 20th from 8:30am to 4:00pm (closed for lunch from 1:00 – 2:00pm). The office will be closed on Friday, March 21st.
The South Campus Satellite Office will be closed on Tuesday, March 18th.
Check out some of the great events GSA has to offer this month!
We have some exciting news regarding the GSE Student Research Symposium. We were notified that we have won an SBI Programming Grant that will allow partial funding assistance for student poster presentations. This will help alleviate some of the cost associated with printing posters.
With this news, we have decided to extend the Call for Proposals deadline to Thursday, March 13th at 11:59pm. By extending the deadline by one week and providing funding assistance, it is our hope that we sill see an increase of both, poster and panel presentation proposals this year. An updated proposal form is attached here.
If you are planning a presentation at a spring or summer conference, this is a wonderful forum for practicing and polishing presentations. We also encourage adapted class projects and papers.
Additionally, if you are interested in serving on the Symposium Planning Committee, please visit the following website for more information. There are many ways you can help out and the time commitment you would provide is up to you!
Sign up at tinyurl.com/GSEsymposiumplanningteam
Additional event information can be found at http://gse.buffalo.edu/current/symposium .
If you have any questions, please feel free to email us at email@example.com
Are you a veteran? If so, you are eligible for a $10 gift card to Starbucks, on campus. We are looking for approximately 40 to 60 minutes of your time to do an interview of your military and civilian experiences.
If interested please contact Ted Robbins at firstname.lastname@example.org (please include “Veteran’s Study” in subject box)
Our study is interested in how individuals transition into the services and how the military experience shaped the way they view themselves and those around them. Additionally, we are interested in how soldiers transition out of the military into civilian life.