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Saturday
02/27/21

University at Rochester Graduate Programs Virtual Open House

Posted by Tim on February 27, 2021 in Event, Graduate School Programs, Information Session, Networking, Registration and Seminar Information

We are hosting a virtual Open House event for our 13 masters and 9 advanced certificate programs on Tuesday, March 9, at 4pm.  Faculty directors will be available to speak 1:1 with interested candidates.

Pre-registration is requested, and students can register to attend here

Thursday
02/18/21

2021 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference

Posted by Tim on February 18, 2021 in Event, Information Session, Networking, Registration and Seminar Information

SUNY Old Westbury is the host institution for the 2021 SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference, which will be held virtually on Friday April 16, 2021.

Abstracts and Registration Now Open.  

Important Deadlines:

Abstracts Due: March 12, 2021

Registration Due: April 9, 2021

Keynote Speaker:  Robert Muscil Ph.D., M.P.H.

Robert K. Musil, PhD, MPH is the President and CEO of the Rachel Carson Council, the legacy organization envisioned by Rachel Carson and founded in 1965 by her closest friends and colleagues. 

Dr. Musil was named President and CEO in February 2014 and is only the third head of this historic environmental group.

For more SURC resources, including abstract submission, registration, etc., please visit www.SUNY.edu/SURC as up-to-date information will be posted there.

The SURC 2020 Organizing Committee

–          Cristina Notaro, SUNY Old Westbury

–          Michaela Rehm, SUNY Center for Professional Development

–          Phillip Ortiz, SUNY System Administration

Sunday
04/05/20

Fall 2020 Course offerings from the School of Social Work

Posted by Tim on April 5, 2020 in Academics, New Programs, Registration and Seminar Information

Below you will find information about a minor in Community Organizing and Development that is an excellent complement for students in their fields of study. Some of these courses apply toward this minor but they can also be taken as electives. The minor is an excellent complement to many majors such as law, public health, sociology, economics,  psychology and others.  

They also offer a Micro-Credential in Child Advocacy Studies (CAST) . Students may be interested in the course on Child Maltreatment and Advocacy being offered (details below). 

They are offering several spring Social Work undergraduate-level electives, open to all majors and non-degree students. Register as normal, but if you have questions about a course, please email us at swinfo@buffalo.edu