Do you want to be more involved with the Honors College? Do you want to be featured on the Honors College Instagram? Upload photos to our NEW Honors College Photo Library! We want to see all the amazing things our Honors Scholars are up to!
Click the link to upload your photos and be featured on our social media platforms: https://forms.gle/ptkjoL7yPBdkGjyd9
|When is the best time to apply?|
How can I find funding?
Who can apply for NSF’s Graduate Research Fellowship Program (GRFP)?
What is the SUNY GREAT (Graduate Research Empowering & Accelerating Talent) Award Program?
Are you interested in a career in research?
|For answers to these questions and more, please join Dr. Susan Brennan, SUNY Research Fellow For Innovation In Graduate Education, and professor at Stony Brook University on Wednesday April 26th from 3:00pm- 4:30pm|
Link to register to the Webinar:
Dear Honors Scholars,
What issues matter most to you? The climate crisis? Systemic racism? Inequality? Educational reform? The Prison-Industrial Complex? The War on Drugs? Civil liberties? Voter suppression?
Whatever your concerns are, chances are there are other students who share them.
If you are interested in doing interdisciplinary research with a team of fellow Honors scholars, consider coming to an organizing meeting for the Honors College Think Tank.
Think Tanks are institutions that bring together people to examine problems in society and advocate policy prescriptions to fix them.
On March 16th at 3:30 PM, we will hold a meeting in Capen 106C outlining the course:
The finished projects will be presented at the end of April 2024.
Students will also earn 4 Honors Experience credits for the year.
This will be a student-driven initiative with students choosing and defining their topics and organizing their working groups. Working group leaders will be chosen by each team.
If you’re interested, please RSVP → https://forms.gle/jV5oHqNuHQJnqwJJ6
PS: Email if you’re interested but can’t make the meeting or if you have any questions.
Attached is a QR code for the google form.
CSTEP invites you to attend our information session on Thursday, February 9, 2022 at 4:00pm in 104 O’Brian. Come learn about the opportunities that CSTEP offers and how it can benefit you! RSVP by, February 9th at: https://www.tinyurl.com/CSTEPSession
Join us to see where UB’s SPHHP can take YOU!
Monday, November 14th 12:00 P.M. – 1:00 P.M.
106 Honors College
What is SAMPLE?
Student Affairs Mentoring and Leadership Program Leadership Experience
SAMPLE is a program where students meet for 30-60 minutes once a month for sophomores and juniors (more frequently for seniors based on their need/desire to prepare for graduate school application deadlines of January 1, 2023).
SAMPLE students must apply on UBLinked:(https://buffalo.campuslabs.com/engage/forms) and meet with Susan O’Rourke prior to starting SAMPLE but we have rolling admission into the program. SAMPLE is recommended for juniors to allow for ample time to explore the field of Higher Education Student Affairs and build out your resume in preparation for applying to graduate programs. But motivated seniors can take an accelerated approach to SAMPLE by working with their mentor and Susan O’Rourke during the fall semester.
SAMPLE Program Details:
– SAMPLE students will learn about the different functional areas of Student Affairs
– Discuss various graduate programs associated with Higher Education Student Affairs (HESA) and other career options like Social Work and School Counseling
– In SAMPLE we assist students in their graduate school exploration and application process
` – focus on funded HESA masters program and programs with graduate assistantships
– Connect students with mentors at UB in the field of Student Affairs
– SAMPLE students meet monthly with their mentor to discuss areas of interest in Student Affairs, preparing to apply for graduate school, writing your personal statements, asking for letters of reference, etc.
– SAMPLE students can participate in informational interviews with Student Affairs Professionals in their areas of interest
Virtual Open House
On Nov. 10, we are hosting our Virtual Open House from 6-8 p.m. ET. This event will allow you to customize your experience, so you can attend the sessions you are interested in and receive the information you need. We will provide an overview of our programs and student services, as well as the admission and financial aid process. You will also have the chance to connect with members of the GSE community, including current students, faculty, admission representatives, alumni, and department chairs.
To register, visit https://ubgradconnect.buffalo.edu/register/GSE-Open-House-11-12-22
We are also offering a variety of program-specific information sessions in November and December so that you can find out more about our programs and we can better understand your goals. For a full list and to register, visit https://ed.buffalo.edu/admission/events/info-sessions.html
As you continue planning for the future, please feel free to contact GSE’s Graduate Admission Office if you have any questions. You can reach our admissions team at 716-645-2110 or firstname.lastname@example.org.
Career Design Center session
Friday October 14 at 1:00 in 107 Capen
It’s never too early to start working with the Career Design Center. Come to a workshop on this Friday, October 14 at 1:00 in 107 Capen with Holly Justice, a Career Design Consultant.
More than just resume polishing, the Career Design Center can help prepare you for interviews, connect you to peers with whom you share professional interests and alumni in your prospective fields. They also can work with you to find internships that will help you stand out when it’s time to go on the job market while earning you Honors experience credits. Perhaps most importantly, the Career Design Service can help you think through professional possibilities that align with your skills and interests but may not be obvious to you. Come find out more this Friday.
Join a panel of UB experts and past Fulbright recipients as they go
into detail about the process, the experience, and how YOU can
best prepare yourself as a Fulbright Scholarship Applicant!
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
12 p.m. – 1:30 p.m.
at the link below by May 1st (registrants will be sent the ZOOM
coordinates prior to the event):
Program Planner and Facilitator:
Department of Educational Leadership and Policy