- The Learning Environment
The Learning Environment
The Cora P. Maloney Center (CPMC) was chartered in 1976 and was named in honor of Mrs. Maloney, who was very active in the Buffalo community, was educationally and civically engaged, and is recognized as one of the leading African-American women who tirelessly built strong communities here in Western New York. Originating as a residential college at UB, CPMC continues to be unique in that it provides a dynamic network of services and opportunities that promote access and academic excellence to address the needs and concerns of UB’s students. CPMC’s focus is to provide students with academic experiences from a perspective that is deeply rooted in the community.
CPMC offers credit-bearing courses and support programs designed to enrich the intellectual and personal development of university students. CPMC’s courses consist of three general and interrelated themes:
- College Success
- Community Outreach
- Social Justice
- Students will demonstrate and utilize success skills
- Students will demonstrate knowledge and awareness of pressing social needs and concerns, while being empowered to positively impact their communities
- Students will engage Buffalo and Western New York communities through service and/or outreach
About Our Facilities
CPMC is located in 255 Norton Hall and more information regarding our facilities can be found by visiting the Cora P. Maloney Center website.
About Our Faculty
CPMC faculty members have provided leadership in their respective professional, academic, research, and creative areas of focus.
Faculty List Directory
More information on faculty, including a list of all adjunct faculty, teaching faculty and clinical instructors can be found on the Cora P. Maloney Center website.