If you are a Graduate School of Education student, faculty member, staff member or alumnus, we encourage you to share your news.
To proactively explore story ideas, read our brainstorming tips to get started.
Send us news about community engagement/impact activities, research projects, article or book publications, students doing interesting work, alumni with unique backgrounds who are making an impact in their fields, and more.
Help us highlight your success, or help us highlight the success of your student researcher. By announcing grants, we are able to publicize the many well-funded studies being conducted at our school and to highlight the accomplishments of individual investigators.
Before you contact us, please update your faculty profile with your new grant. This must be updated before we can publicize your award.
Our faculty, students and alumni win awards and receive other types of recognition all the time. Help us publicize these honors within our school and beyond.
Before you contact us, please update your annual report by listing your new grant in your faculty profile. This must be updated before we can publicize your award.
Let us know when your work gets local or national news coverage. Have you, your work, department or division, program or other efforts been mentioned recently in the media? If so, please submit the mention for consideration for “In The Media” on the school’s website. Not all submissions will be published.
Media mentions appropriate for our school’s website must:
If we determine that the idea is newsworthy, we will either:
News submission forms do not post events to the UB events calendar. To list your upcoming event on the calendar, please contact:
Amber M. Winters
Assistant Dean for Communications and Marketing
379C Baldy Hall
William J. Belz III
User Experience Interface Designer; Social Media Lead; Web Accessibility Liaison
308 Baldy Hall
Faculty profiles draw prospective students and faculty to our school. They communicate our strengths to individuals, encouraging them to join our educational and research community.
Members of the media consult our faculty profiles when seeking subject experts, and will refer to yours for background information if they want to interview you. Your profile also supports the stories we publish to the world as an authoritative source.
In addition to publicizing your publications, awards, grants and specialties on the graduate school of education school website, profile forms the core of your digital presence.