Chancellor Philip P. DiStefano

Thank you for your efforts in making commencement a success

May 16, 2022

With sincere gratitude to all who helped make our first in-person commencement in three years a huge success—from marshals to golf cart drivers, ceremony coordinators and every role in between—your efforts across three-and-a-half days of celebrations did not go unnoticed.

Dean Scott Adler

From Dean Adler: Congratulations May 2022 graduates

May 3, 2022

I want to take this opportunity to personally congratulate all our professional, master’s and doctoral students receiving degrees. You've done it—and we at the Graduate School team are extremely proud of all that you have accomplished. We are honored to count you among our esteemed graduates.

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Video: Congratulations, Buffs! A year-end message from the chancellor

April 29, 2022

Chancellor Philip DiStefano celebrates students, staff and faculty with a message of congratulations and appreciation at the close of the 2021–22 academic year.

Dean of Students JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: 3 ways to finish strong

April 8, 2022

Buffs, we’re almost at the end of another semester. I know it can be challenging to stay motivated right now, but you’re almost done and have a well-deserved break just around the corner. With finals coming up, I have some advice to help you make it through these next few weeks.

Old Main

Join us for Graduate Student Appreciation Week April 4–8

March 31, 2022

We are honored to invite you to participate in Graduate Student Appreciation Week, a nationally recognized opportunity for the campus community to highlight your tremendous accomplishments and contributions.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano interviews retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal

Conversations with the Chancellor: On leadership with Stanley McChrystal

March 17, 2022

In case you missed the Feb. 28 discussion, watch as Chancellor Philip DiStefano and retired Army Gen. Stanley McChrystal talk about the invasion of Ukraine, how to develop leadership skills in any organization and more.

Old Main with spring blossoms

We want you to enjoy St. Patrick's Day and spring break safely, responsibly

March 15, 2022

With St. Patrick's Day around the corner, Police Chief Doreen Jokerst and Acting Vice Chancellor JB Banks want to remind everyone to be considerate and safe. Look out for each other and your neighbors, whether on campus, University Hill or elsewhere.

Dean of Students JB Banks

The dean’s list of advice: 3 ways to take care of yourselves and others

March 11, 2022

The last couple of months have been challenging for some. As we move past the midpoint of the semester, know that I’m here for you, and I encourage you to take care of yourselves and each other.

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A message from the Chancellor: Becoming the change we want to see

Feb. 10, 2022

I want to acknowledge campus initiatives offering opportunities for our community to connect, learn, share perspectives and expand our understanding of one another. These uplifting and inspirational events are taking place as we continue to heal and recover from recent local tragedies. They are also occurring as many of us struggle to process recent sad and disturbing events.

Chancellor Philip DiStefano

From the Chancellor: Celebrating Commencement 2022 in person

Feb. 9, 2022

It is my great pleasure to announce our commencement ceremony this spring will return to the traditional in-person format. I am excited our students and their families will be able to join together with our faculty and staff to celebrate the many achievements of the class of 2022.

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