Artman, Margaret, PhD,

Assistant Professor of English
  • Council of Independent Colleges selection for Humanities Research for the Public Good project supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, “Skateland: Oral History and Community Archive,” February 2019.

Bessel, Diane, PhD, LMSW, CNM,

Associate Professor & Graduate Program Director of Social Work & Sociology
  • Health Foundation for Western & Central New York grant award for Trauma-Informed Care Interprofessional Simulation Lab Pilot, March 2019.\

Brogan, Michael S, DPT, PhD,

Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Dean of the College
  • Excellence in Health Care Award, Buffalo Business First, March 28, 2019.

Campbell, Elizabeth, PhD,

Assistant Professor of History
  • Council of Independent Colleges selection for Humanities Research for the Public Good project supported by the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation, “Skateland: Oral History and Community Archive,” February 2019.

Dawson, Steven, DSW, MSW, LSCW,

Assistant Professor of Social Work & Sociology
  • Health Foundation for Western & Central New York grant award for Trauma-Informed Care Interprofessional Simulation Lab Pilot, March 2019.

Hobba-Glose, Janice, DSN, MSN, RN,

Assistant Professor of Nursing
  • NYS Department of Labor Under-employed Worker Training grant award for RN to BS Student Scholarships, December 2018.

Jones, Mike, MFA,

Assistant Professor of Animation
  • AFI (American Film Institute) Award 2018, Top 10 Films of the Year, for Mary Poppins Returns (Animator), January 2019.
  • 46th Annie Award, Best Animated Special Production, for Mary Poppins Returns (Animator), February 2019.
  • 23rd Satellite Award, Best Art Direction and Production Design, for Mary Poppins Returns (Animator), February 2019.

Kelly, Casey, MFA,

Assistant Professor of Graphic Design
  • Silver ADDY Award, AAF (American Advertising Federation) of Buffalo, for Becker Farms Logo (Designer), March 2019.

Niland, Bridget, EdM, JD,

Associate Professor of Business Administration & Director of Youth Sports Initiatives, Community Foundation for Greater Buffalo
  • Athletic Advocate of the Year, Niagara Police Athletic League, February 2019.

Nosek, Cheryl, DNS, RN, CNE,

Professor of Nursing and Department Chair
  • NYS Department of Labor Under-employed Worker Training grant award for RN to BS Student Scholarships, December 2018.

Parshall, Lisa, PhD,

Professor of Political Science
  • Fulbright Specialist Scholar, Fulbright Senior Specialist Program, 2019–2021.
  • Public Policy Fellow, Rockefeller Institute of Government, 2019–2020, Albany, NY.
  • Institute of Constitutional History 2018 Summer Workshop, “The Constitutional History of Anglo-American Empire.” July 8–13, 2018, Stanford Law School, Stanford, CA. Selected participant.

Ricci, James, PhD,

Assistant Professor of Mathematics
  • American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) Executive Branch Fellow in the Department of Energy - Advanced Scientific Computing Research, 2019–2020, Washington, DC.

Shanahan, Dan, MA,

Assistant Professor and Director for Entrepreneurial Studies
  • 29th Artie Award, Outstanding Direction of a Play for “The Killing of a Chinese Bookie,” June 2019.
  • Selection to exhibit at the Prague Quadrennial in the Professional/Transformation Exhibit, site-based performance installation (Artistic Director) of They Kill Things (co-authored in 2015 with M. Meola), June 2019, Prague (Czech Republic).
  • Cullen Foundation grant award for RESPONSE: Performance Series (2019–2021), Torn Space Theater, Buffalo, NY, April 2019.

Stiles, Meri, PhD, LMSW,

Associate Professor of Social Work
  • Mind & Life Summer Research Institute, Senior Investigator at the Garrison Institute, Jun 8–14, 2019, Garrison NY. Selected Participant.

Waterhouse, Robert, PhD,

Associate Professor of Theatre
  • Cullen Foundation grant award for The Opiate Project, an applied theater project in response to the opioid epidemic, Red Thread Theatre, Buffalo, NY, March 2019.

Wise, Andrew Kier, PhD,

Professor of History
  • Visiting Professor, University of Warsaw, American Studies Center, Warsaw (Poland), May–June 2019.