About Us

University at Buffalo's Department of Educational Leadership and Policy aims to develop the knowledge and expertise of its students to prepare them to take leadership positions as scholars, administrators and policy analysts who positively impact education and educational organizations in Western New York, nationally and internationally. It also aims to develop an understanding of the how and why successful policymaking and leadership can improve educational practice and the quality of education in diverse school settings and in the rapidly changing world.

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Our programs prepare students with the knowledge and skills to become leaders, advocates and empowered change-makers who go on to improve educational practice and education quality in diverse school settings in a rapidly changing world.
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Welcome to the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy, part of the Graduate School of Education at the University at Buffalo.
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The Graduate Student Association (GSA) is the representative body for graduate students at the State University of New York at Buffalo. Its two key purposes can be divided into representation and services. Its funds are derived from the Mandatory Student Fee ($64 on your bill) and are used to pay GSA staff and fund numerous programs and services offered to GSA members.
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The University at Buffalo has three campuses: the North Campus in suburban Amherst, the South Campus on Main Street in a North Buffalo neighborhood and the growing Downtown Campus, encompassing several buildings in downtown Buffalo.
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The Buffalo-Niagara region is a major metropolitan area with a diverse blend of communities, each with its own distinct character and all united in a rich panorama of life.
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Our programs are developing the next generation of college professors, educational leaders and policy makers in education fields. Our students acquire the knowledge of the complex nature of the modern college/university, leadership in K-12 schools and policy making that impacts education, and the research skills to further understand these areas.
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Please feel free to contact the department for additional information. Reach out directly or submit a form and a we will respond to your inquiry.