Ryan Named Director of Career Planning And Placement

By Craig Kaputa

Release Date: July 17, 1997 This content is archived.


BUFFALO, N.Y. -- Daniel J. Ryan of North Buffalo has been appointed director of the Office of Career Planning and Placement at the University at Buffalo.

Ryan comes to UB from Canisius College, where he served as assistant director of the Career Center, coordinated college disability support services and was an adjunct professor in counselor education.

While at Canisius, he was responsible for the developing the Career Center's home page on the World Wide Web and implementing the "One Year After Graduation Survey" of new alumni. He also developed career workshops for students and alumni, created a career-awareness program for minority students and presented on career planning issues at national conferences.

Ryan writes a regular column for Business First on career-development and job-search issues. He has published articles in professional journals and was recognized in "Who's Who in the East, 1996-97."

He is a member of the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators, the Association for Higher Education and Disabilities, and the National Career Development Association.

Ryan received a doctoral degree in higher education administration from UB and master's and baccalaureate degrees from Canisius.