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From the President

Posted: Thursday, December 13, 2018

Caring Bengal Award Recipient: Amy McMillan

I am pleased to announce that Amy McMillan, professor of biology and interim director of honors, has received the President's Caring Bengal Award. Dr. McMillan was nominated for the award by Celestine Simmons, secretary 1 in the Honors Program; Carol Beckley, associate professor of theater; and Ana Olmeda, graduate assistant in the Honors Program. I am so pleased to recognize Dr. McMillan and encourage the entire campus community to join me in thanking her for her exceptional effort to make Buffalo State a great place to live, learn, and work. Her award profile can be viewed on the Professional Development website.

The President's Caring Bengal Award, initiated in December 2017, recognizes supportive colleagues in our Buffalo State community who not only transform the lives of our students but also help create a caring and collegial environment for our faculty, staff, and administrators.

Nominations for the President’s Caring Bengal Award will reopen in February 2019 and will be posted in the Daily Bulletin. If you nominated a member of the campus community who did not receive an award this semester and you are interested in nominating this person again, please resubmit your nomination during the spring 2019 semester. For more information about the award criteria and the award recipient selection process, please visit the Professional Development website.