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Earn Graduate Credit While Working Remotely


 

In collaboration with Core 21 Educational Services, SUNY Buffalo State is offering an online conference this summer for teachers and administrators interested in professional development and continuing education.

More than 20 workshop sessions will run asynchronously between May and August, and eligible participants* may earn up to six graduate credits (EDU 596 Conference) that may be applied toward their SUNY Buffalo State master’s degree. Sessions will be delivered completely online, and each is the equivalent of nine instructional contact hours.

A maximum of six EDU 594 (workshop) and/or EDU 596 (conference) credits may be applied toward the 30-credit SUNY Buffalo State master’s degree. Active IGPE students interested in taking advantage of this unique opportunity – particularly those unsure of how many EDU 594/596 credits they have earned to date – should contact academic advisor Nicole Calamund prior to registration: calamund@buffalostate.edu.

For more information, please visit
www.core21workshopsandconferences2020.com

Or write to Michael Lovorn, Director, International Graduate Program for Educators, SUNY Buffalo State: lovornm@buffalostate.edu

*An eligible participant is an educator in an international school who has been accepted to and is in good standing with the SUNY Buffalo State Graduate School and is in good academic standing prior to beginning the workshop(s) in question.