Updated July 31, 2014
Published July 31, 2014
UB Career Services can assist units in finding qualified student employees for the upcoming academic year.
Departments can use the BullsEye online system to post work-study or student-assistant positions. More than 10,000 students used BullsEye in 2013-14.
Instructions on how to post vacancies on BullsEye are available on the tutorials page.
Units should be aware that all work-study positions will go live on Aug. 15.
Career Services also will hold an On-Campus Jobs Fair to help match departments with students seeking work-study or student-assistant positions. The fair will take place from 1-2:30 p.m. Aug. 22 in the Student Union, North Campus. Departments are advised to register early; while the fair is free, space is limited.
Register online by logging into your BullsEye account or by calling Sam Cavalleri at 645-4641.
Published July 31, 2014
Faculty and staff are invited to attend a preview on Aug. 7 of some of the fitness programming being offered in the fall by the Office of Wellness & Work/Life Balance.
The event, which will be held from noon to 2 p.m. at the Special Events Field adjacent to the Student Union on the North Campus, will feature a variety of activities. Among them are a tai chi class with instructor Judy Bonafede, a martial arts demonstration/class provided by Kenpo Self-Defense and several walking tours of the North Campus.
WNY Chiropractic also will provide free chair massages.
Participants should register
by close of business on Aug. 6.
Published July 24, 2014
Sections of Putnam Way on the North Campus will be closed July 28 and 29 for paving.
On July 28, Putnam Way will be closed on the north side of the academic spine from Hadley Road near Governors Complex to Baird Music Hall.
The next day, the south side of the road will be closed from Baird Music Hall to the Hadley Road exit on the south side of the spine.
Access will be available to emergency vehicles and deliveries only.
Published July 18, 2014
Members of the UB professional staff are invited to share a dessert with colleagues and celebrate summer — and the approach of another academic year — at a dessert social to take place from noon to 1:30 p.m. Aug. 5 in the Honors College, 107 Capen Hall, North Campus.
“Sweetly Celebrating Summer @ UB” is presented by the Professional Staff Senate’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee.
Those attending are asked to bring their favorite dessert — all desserts are welcome, whether homemade, store-bought, chocolate, fruit, gluten-free, kosher, dairy-free, peanut-free or vegan.
Water and ice tea will be available and attendees also may bring their lunches.
Participants should RSVP by July 31 and indicate if they will bring a dessert to share. Desserts are optional, but all staff members are welcome to attend.
Published July 17, 2014
UB staff and domestic students are being recruited to serve as mentors for newly arrived international students during the fall 2014 semester. Participants need not know about other cultures, speak other languages or have traveled overseas.
Each mentor will be paired with two newly arrived international students, and the commitment is for one semester. Mentors must be available to meet with their mentees for one hour every two weeks. The activity can be as simple as having lunch together, going for coffee or taking a walk, or as elaborate as visiting a local tourist attraction, going to a sports event or having a family dinner in one’s home.
Separate half-day training sessions will take place for both mentors and mentees. Mentors will learn about the mentees’ culture or cultures, receive valuable information about campus resources available to mentees and learn tips on how to best interact with someone from another country. An end-of-semester party will celebrate participants’ mentoring accomplishments.
The mentoring program is being sponsored by the offices of International Student and Scholar Services (ISSS) and UB Counseling Services. Applications can be found on the ISSS website.
Questions about the program may be directed to Jessica Ereiz at 645-2258 or email@example.com.
Published July 10, 2014
The Division of Athletics is offering UB faculty and staff the opportunity to buy single game tickets to Bulls’ home football games at a discount.
As part of the “Next Bull in Ticket Blitz” on July 14, tickets can be purchased for $10 each —$25 for the Baylor game on Sept. 12. Tickets can be purchased from noon to 6 p.m. at the Alumni Arena ticket office and online. Tickets will be sold at their regular prices of $18 —$50 for the Baylor game — beginning July 15.
Those who buy tickets on July 14 will receive an official 2014 schedule poster and will be entered to win a VIP UB football game day experience, which includes game day parking, two VIP passes to the Tailgate Concert, two sideline passes, two UB New Era caps and more.
The Bulls open the 2014 season at home against Duquesne on Aug. 30.
Published July 3, 2014
UB employees are urged to donate school supplies for the sixth annual university-wide drive to benefit students at several Buffalo elementary schools.
Items may be dropped off through Aug. 29 at locations on the UB North, South and Downtown campuses:
The drive is expected to surpass last year’s effort, which doubled in size from the previous year, says Linwood Roberts of the Office of Community Relations.
For more information about the drive, contact Community Relations at 829-3099.
Published June 26, 2014
Space is still available in a Tai Chi class being offered on campus every Wednesday at 5:15 p.m., starting July 2.
Classes, which are being offered by Wellness and Work/Life Balance, will be held in the community center at South Lake Village on the North Campus.
Tai Chi is ancient Chinese exercise that develops coordination of mind and body. It is believed to boost the immune system, slow the aging process, lower blood pressure, and reduce anxiety and depression.
Adults at all levels of physical fitness can participate.
Faculty and staff interested in participating can register
Published June 19, 2014
BullsEye, Career Service’s password-protected, online, career office system, is available to faculty and staff who want to help students make informed decisions about major of study, job and internship opportunities, and employment and graduate school options.
BullsEye provides access to thousands of local, national and international employers and their job and internship postings. Students and alumni also can take advantage of the online mentor network, on-campus interviewing, tools to research employers and more.
Faculty and staff wishing to access BullsEye should visit Career Services’ faculty page. Directions for Faculty/Staff BullsEye Access can be found in the green box on the right side of the page.
Questions should be directed to Karen Nemeth at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Published June 12, 2014
The Professional Staff Senate’s fifth annual Potluck Picnic will take place from noon to 1 p.m. June 25 in the courtyard of the Student Union, North Campus.
Rain location is the Student Union Lobby.
Participants are asked to bring a dish to share; the PSS will provide hot dogs, hamburgers and veggie burgers.
Staff members should RSVP with the dish they’re bringing by June 20.