University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education Global Campus

University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education Global Campus The University at Buffalo’s Graduate School of Education is committed to offering high quality fully online programs. The Global Campus page is a part of the Graduate School of Education (GSE) at the University at Buffalo.
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The Graduate School of Education creates and applies knowledge informed by research on human development, educational policy, pedagogy, and information science. GSE has offered fully online and accredited degree programs since 2001. Programs currently offered include: Science and the Public (EdM), Rehabilitation Counseling (MS and Adv. Cert.), Library & Information Science (MLS with concentrations in Reference and School Media), Gifted Education (Adv. Cert.), and Educational Technologies and New Literacies (Adv. Cert.). For more information about the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo, visit http://gse.buffalo.edu. For additional information about online programs, please visit gse.buffalo.edu/online.

Mission: The mission of the GSE Office of Online Education is to expand and diversify University at Buffalo’s reach to those geographically or otherwise separated from our scholarship, research, education and public service via information and communication technologies. Our goal is to develop rich and unique learning experiences through the use of communication technologies designed to enrich and enhance learning opportunities for students. GSE Online has spent the last 15 years developing a welcoming learning environment. This environment will quickly make you a part of our community and provide you with the opportunity to learn from tenure-track faculty and seasoned practitioners.

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A range of funding opportunities are available for applicants to our higher education and student affairs master’s progr...
01/05/2021

A range of funding opportunities are available for applicants to our higher education and student affairs master’s program! Submit your application before the January 15 priority deadline to be considered for graduate assistantships in offices such as Campus Living, Student Life, Study Abroad Programs, and several others. Compensation may include a stipend and/or tuition remission. In a time when many colleges and universities are cutting back, our program remains committed to offering students funding and hands-on experience. Learn more and start your application today: http://bit.ly/ApplyUBHESA.

As pandemic closures started this spring, people stuck in a new socially distant world started to get more curious about...
12/23/2020
During the pandemic, people flocked to birding—with help from UB GSE professor emeritus

As pandemic closures started this spring, people stuck in a new socially distant world started to get more curious about the birds around them—from orioles and scarlet tanagers at the birdfeeder to goldfinches and warblers flitting in the trees. By coincidence, a retired #UBGSE professor of math teaching was there to help. Gerald Rising’s story and #birding tips for beginners: http://ed.buffalo.edu/magazine/issues/fall-2020/birding-rising.html #UBuffalo

As pandemic closures started this spring, people stuck in a new socially distant world started to get more curious about the birds around them—from orioles and scarlet tanagers at the birdfeeder to goldfinches and warblers flitting in the trees. By coincidence, a retired UB GSE professor of ma...

Yesterday was the first day of winter. Today we wish you a happy #UBuffalo winter break. Stay safe and warm! #UBGSE
12/22/2020

Yesterday was the first day of winter. Today we wish you a happy #UBuffalo winter break. Stay safe and warm! #UBGSE

12/22/2020

As GSE PhD student Chazz Robinson (EdM ’19) finishes his coursework, he knows his dissertation research will involve collecting stories of people like him from working-class backgrounds who found ways to navigate white education systems. His goals: Create change. Ease the journeys of others.
ed.buffalo.edu/magazine/issues/fall-2020/student-profile-robinson

GSE alumna Brandy Petrie put together this well-being checklist, including tips on daily accomplishments, proper sleep a...
12/19/2020
A stay-healthy checklist for body and mind

GSE alumna Brandy Petrie put together this well-being checklist, including tips on daily accomplishments, proper sleep and diet, stress strategies and that long lost hobby. For her, the social distance pause was an opportunity to take time for her photo hobby.
ed.buffalo.edu/magazine/issues/fall-2020/healthy-checklist

Create structure and stability by keeping your usual routine. Try to accomplish at least one productive thing a day: Laundry, washing dishes, taking a bath. They all count. Even simple tasks can feel overwhelming right now. So be kind to yourself. Small things are challenging. Kudos for making them....

At first, 2020 seemed like a straight-forward, normal year, new and full of promise. At UB, research made news, enrollme...
12/18/2020
Pandemics 2020: COVID-19 and Racism Collide

At first, 2020 seemed like a straight-forward, normal year, new and full of promise. At UB, research made news, enrollment grew. Before spring broke, whatever we had in mind for the year changed. Explore the new Learn Magazine and its interactive timeline with stories about how faculty, students and alums adapted, taught, studied and learned to educate in an unprecedented time:
ed.buffalo.edu/magazine/issues/fall-2020/pandemics

At first, 2020 seemed like a straight-forward, normal year, new and full of promise. A presidential election lay ahead. The economy looked good: low interest rates and a rising stock market. The New York governor’s budget aimed for a middle-class tax cut and additional school aid. Buffalo&rsqu...

Positively impact students in the City of Buffalo and become a teacher! Earn an $18,000 living stipend while working tow...
12/09/2020

Positively impact students in the City of Buffalo and become a teacher! Earn an $18,000 living stipend while working toward initial teacher certification. UB’s Teacher Residency Program’s 3rd cohort launches in the summer of 2021. We are seeking applicants who are interested in working toward equity in the educational experiences afforded to students. Apply by January 25. Applications received after the deadline will be reviewed on a continued basis until the cohort is full. Learn how to apply at ed.buffalo.edu/residency

Are you ready to begin or complete your application for a master’s, doctoral or advanced certificate program at UB’s Gra...
12/09/2020

Are you ready to begin or complete your application for a master’s, doctoral or advanced certificate program at UB’s Graduate School of Education? Join us tomorrow for our Ask Me Anything (About Your Application) event on Facebook Live. Our admissions team is ready to answer all of your questions, so you can submit the strongest application possible. We will cover everything from application requirements and deadlines to best practices for writing your statement of interest or asking for letters of recommendation. Register now at https://bit.ly/AskUBGSE.

When a #UBGSE research team adjusted a high school graphic novel design project to fit issues and inequities highlighted...
12/08/2020

When a #UBGSE research team adjusted a high school graphic novel design project to fit issues and inequities highlighted by the pandemic, it went virtual and international. Instead of the original plan, an in-person experience at a Buffalo high school, 14 students from the U.S., Mexico and India joined the project via video calls. Their drawings and stories, developed with leadership from UB and GSE educators, explore how the virus impacted school, relationships and life at home.

The project highlighted a fundamental, educational truth: “Storytelling is a pathway to learning,” said program coordinator Sameer Honwad, GSE assistant professor of learning and instruction.

Now he and the rest of the UB team intend to apply for grant funding so they can expand and continue their work. Honwad hopes to foster student conversations about how colonialism and imperialism impact cultures. “A lot of cultures around the world, particularly non-Western cultures, use stories as a platform to think about and understand the complexities in our world,” said Honwad.

https://ed.buffalo.edu/news-brief

Are you ready to start your application, but not sure where to begin? Do you have questions about the application requir...
12/04/2020

Are you ready to start your application, but not sure where to begin? Do you have questions about the application requirements or deadlines for your program of interest? Do you want to make sure you're on the right track as you write your statement of interest? If so, join us on December 10. Our admissions team is going live on Facebook to answer all of your questions about applying to UB’s Graduate School of Education. Register today at https://bit.ly/AskUBGSE. You can submit your questions in advance when you register. We also encourage you to ask questions in real time during the event. See you on Thursday!

There’s still time to register for our Virtual Fall Open House! Join us tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET to learn more about #UBGSE...
11/11/2020

There’s still time to register for our Virtual Fall Open House! Join us tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET to learn more about #UBGSE master’s, doctoral and advanced certificate programs. This online event will also give you the chance to attend interactive Q&A sessions with GSE faculty and staff so you can find out more about our admission requirements and financial aid opportunities. Hoping to learn more about student life at #UBuffalo? Chat with current students and alumni. If you haven't already, register today: http://ed.buffalo.edu/open-house. See you at Open House!

We’re counting down the reasons to register for our Virtual Open House on Thursday, November 12. What’s the top reason t...
11/05/2020

We’re counting down the reasons to register for our Virtual Open House on Thursday, November 12. What’s the top reason to attend? This online event is the perfect place to connect with current GSE students. Join us to chat with students from every department during live Q&A sessions. Are you an online, international, working professional, doctoral, and/or under-represented or minoritized student? We will have special sessions just for you. Learn about what it’s really like to be a graduate student at GSE. Register to attend today: http://ed.buffalo.edu/open-house. #UBuffalo #UBGSE #Buffalo #GradSchool

Our Virtual Open House is two weeks away! Join us on Thursday, November 12 at 6 p.m. ET to learn more about the Graduate...
10/29/2020

Our Virtual Open House is two weeks away! Join us on Thursday, November 12 at 6 p.m. ET to learn more about the Graduate School of Education. Every week, we are sharing the top reasons why you should register. Connecting with alumni is a great reason to attend. Alumni ambassadors from all four of GSE's departments will be available throughout the night to answer your questions. Ask about their student experiences or how their graduate programs have positively impacted their careers. Our faculty, staff and current students are excited to chat with you about your goals and interests, too. Register to attend today: http://ed.buffalo.edu/open-house. #UBuffalo #UBGSE #WNY #GradSchool

Thinking about applying to the Graduate School of Education? Join us for our Virtual Open House on Thursday, November 12...
10/22/2020

Thinking about applying to the Graduate School of Education? Join us for our Virtual Open House on Thursday, November 12 at 6 p.m. ET. As we get closer to the event, we will reveal the top reasons why you should attend. Networking with faculty from your academic program of interest is high on the list. Say hello and introduce yourself to faculty members and department chairs during live breakout sessions. We can’t wait to meet you! Register on our website: http://ed.buffalo.edu/open-house. #UBuffalo #UBGSE #Gradchat

Thinking about taking the next step in your academic or professional career? Come to our Virtual Fall Open House on Thur...
10/15/2020

Thinking about taking the next step in your academic or professional career? Come to our Virtual Fall Open House on Thursday, November 12 at 6 p.m. ET. This online event will give you the opportunity to learn more about our master’s, doctoral and advanced certificate programs as well as admission requirements and financial aid opportunities. You will also have the chance to mix and mingle with current students, faculty and alumni. The best part? You’ll join us from the comfort of your own home. 😀 Register on our website: http://ed.buffalo.edu/open-house. See you there! #UBuffalo #UBGSE #Gradchat

Tonight at 6 p.m. ET: Connect with the Graduate School of Education without leaving home. Join us on Facebook Live for a...
10/08/2020

Tonight at 6 p.m. ET: Connect with the Graduate School of Education without leaving home. Join us on Facebook Live for a virtual campus tour, so you can explore UB's North Campus, learn about resources for graduate students and get all of your questions answered. Register now at http://bit.ly/TourGSE.

Want to see what the Graduate School of Education is really like? Join us on Facebook Live tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET for a v...
10/07/2020

Want to see what the Graduate School of Education is really like? Join us on Facebook Live tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET for a virtual campus tour. We will show you UB's beautiful North Campus, talk about the resources available to graduate students and answer all of your questions. Register today at http://bit.ly/TourGSE. What would you like to see during the tour? #UBGSE #UBuffalo #Gradschool

#UBGSE will lift a barrier for prospective graduate students. For the next two years, GRE scores will not be required fo...
10/06/2020
UB GSE waives GRE requirement for non-licensure programs

#UBGSE will lift a barrier for prospective graduate students. For the next two years, GRE scores will not be required for admission to 14 academic programs that do not require professional licensure. The GRE mandate disproportionately affected talented students facing financial hardships and people from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds. Read the story for the full list of programs. #access #education #equity #gradchat

http://ed.buffalo.edu/news-events/ticker/archive.host.html/content/shared/ed/news/ticker/2020/10/06.detail.html

UB's Graduate School of Education will not require applicants to submit Graduate Record Examinations scores for admission to academic programs that do not require professional licensure.

Save the date! And join us for a virtual campus tour. On October 8, we’re going live on Facebook to show you around the ...
10/02/2020

Save the date! And join us for a virtual campus tour. On October 8, we’re going live on Facebook to show you around the University at Buffalo. What questions do you have about the Graduate School of Education? Would you like to hear more about the resources and services available to graduate students at #UBuffalo? We’ll answer all of your questions while walking, talking and exploring North Campus. Register today at http://bit.ly/TourGSE. Feel free to start the conversation now in the comments below by sharing what you’d like to see during our tour. #UBGSE #GradSchool #Counseling #HigherEducation #InformationScience #Teaching

The 2021 application is now open! Take a step forward to a career as a teacher, counselor, psychologist, information sci...
09/24/2020

The 2021 application is now open! Take a step forward to a career as a teacher, counselor, psychologist, information scientist or higher education leader. Get a head start on your application today: https://bit.ly/ApplyUBGSE. #UBGSE #TeacherEducation #InformationScience #HigherEducation #CounselingPsychology

University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education
09/18/2020
University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

University at Buffalo Graduate School of Education

UB GSE PhD student Raven Baxter made news once again this month when she debuted on Fortune magazine’s annual “40 under 40” list: fortune.com/40-under-40/2020/raven-baxter. The story and a companion video highlight her unique approach and her career ambition: Showcasing STEM fields and the diversity within them with intent to encourage more people of color to forge their careers in related disciplines.

She got national attention for her work earlier this year when her rap video COVID-19 lesson “Wipe It Down” went viral. Now she has an album of science rap songs––“The Protocol”––celebrating diversity in STEM. The Fortune story describes her background and her beginnings––from space camp to work as a microbiologist for a research company. Her discouragement at being the only Black person in her office led her to UB’s GSE to work on her doctorate in science education. She’s since dedicated herself to, as the Fortune puts it, “developing a next generation of talent that looked more like her and the rest of the country.” Read more at ed.buffalo.edu/news-brief.

Tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET: You’re invited to ask us anything on Facebook Live. What questions do you have about the Graduate...
08/10/2020

Tomorrow at 6 p.m. ET: You’re invited to ask us anything on Facebook Live. What questions do you have about the Graduate School of Education? Do you want to know more about the fall semester at UB? Would you like more detail about careers as a psychologist, teacher, school leader, higher education professional, counselor or information scientist? Get all of your questions answered as Ryan Taughrin, GSE’s director of admissions, takes you on a walking tour around campus. Register for the live event today at https://bit.ly/AskGSEAnything. If you’re ready to start the conversation now, feel free to post your questions in the comments below. We’ll be sure to address them tomorrow during the event.

Mark your calendars––and ask us anything. In less than a week, we’re going live on Facebook to talk about UB’s Graduate ...
08/06/2020

Mark your calendars––and ask us anything. In less than a week, we’re going live on Facebook to talk about UB’s Graduate School of Education. What questions do you have about applying for an advanced certificate, master’s degree or PhD? Would you like more detail about careers as an educator, school leader, counselor, data analyst, information scientist or librarian? We’ll also share views of UB’s North Campus. We plan to talk about Buffalo, a city with a low cost of living on the shores of Lake Erie, full of restaurants, cultural happenings and good people. Find out where to live. Listen in to the questions other people have. Join us! Register today at https://bit.ly/AskGSEAnything. If you like, you can start the conversation now. : ) Feel free to post anything that comes to mind in the comments below and we’ll get back to you.

07/15/2020
University at Buffalo

University at Buffalo

As a university community, we all play a role in keeping #UBuffalo healthy and safe.

Together, we are protecting each other.
Together, we are stopping the spread.
Together, we are #UBuffaloStrong

Read our UB Health and Safety Guidelines: bit.ly/2Wke6Ah

Spending your summer days daydreaming about the future? Turn those daydreams into reality this fall. We are still accept...
07/08/2020

Spending your summer days daydreaming about the future? Turn those daydreams into reality this fall. We are still accepting applications! Consider our program options -- from teacher education and information science to educational policy, counseling, psychology and higher education. Become part of the UB GSE community. Apply by August 7 at https://bit.ly/ApplyUBGSE. #UBGSE #Gradschool #TeacherEducation #InformationScience #HigherEducation #CounselingPsychology

University at Buffalo
07/01/2020

University at Buffalo

In solidarity with #StopHateForProfit, the University at Buffalo will not advertise on Facebook and Instagram during the month of July, asking Facebook to take greater responsibility in addressing the proliferation of racism, hate speech and misinformation on its platforms. #UBuffalo

Heidi Julien, PhD, recently received the 2020 Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) SIG-USE Outsta...
06/25/2020

Heidi Julien, PhD, recently received the 2020 Association for Information Science and Technology (ASIS&T) SIG-USE Outstanding Contributions to Information Behavior Research Award. It recognizes individuals for their contributions to information behavior research with a focus on achievements that have had an impact. Recipients are nominated by their peers and the selection is made by a jury of two past SIG-USE chairs and one previous awardee. Julien will be inducted into the ASIS&T SIG-USE Academy of Fellows. She will be recognized in the fall at the 20th annual ASIS&T SIG-USE Symposium. Congratulations Professor Julien!

Questions about applying to graduate school? We are here to help. Consider the options. Talk with an advisor. Sign up fo...
06/24/2020

Questions about applying to graduate school? We are here to help. Consider the options. Talk with an advisor. Sign up for a webinar or online chat this summer. Find the perfect master’s, doctoral or advanced certificate program. Register for an informational online event at https://bit.ly/GSEOnlineEvents. Come as you are. Comfy clothes and furry friends welcome! #UBGSE #Summer #GradSchool #Admissions #CollegeApplicationTips

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