Thursday, September 9
12 PM - 1:30 PM
Buffalo State College
Horace (Hank) Mann Quad
The Horace (Hank) Mann Quad is the outdoor space located between Bacon Hall and Ketchum Hall. In the case of heavy rain the event will be moved to the 3rd floor of Bacon Hall. If light rain, wear your galoshes and meet us in the Quad!
A permit is required for all (non-metered) parking space in all campus lots. Visitors can (1) park and pay at a metered spot or (2) email Tamara to request a parking pass that can be picked up on campus or sent by postal mail.
School of Education Office of the Dean
Please join us for this open house gathering of teacher education students, faculty, staff, and alumni to reconnect with past friends and meet new ones. Enjoy the BBQ and lawn games, wander campus to visit your favorite spaces and see what has changed, and perhaps share your story to inspire our emerging teacher candidates!
Alumni: Please let us know you are coming so that we can send you updates and other valuable information as necessary. RSVP by email to email@example.com or phone to (716) 878-4214. Leave your name, phone number or email address, and notification if you will need a parking pass.
All current teacher candidates and any student interested in learning more about teaching are invited to kick off the fall semester at this open house gathering of peers, faculty, staff, and education alumni. Visit the information tables to learn about opportunities and resources, build your personal and professional connections by chatting with faculty and alumni, and enjoy the BBQ and lawn games!
Students: You do not need to RSVP. Just come!
Please share this opportunity with your colleagues and students...and plan on attending to meet with new and current teacher candidates as well as education alumni as we celebrate 150 years of teacher education at Buffalo State College!
Faculty and Staff: You do not need to RSVP. If you would like to volunteer to help at the event or wish to host an information table, please email Tamara.
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