News Brief 4/6/12

Forbes: Sweet smell of success comes with help from others (Levin Institute)

Post Journal: JCC Board approves new degree offering

 Adirondack Daily Enterprise: Steve Tyrell seeks NCCC presidency (NCCC, Alfred State)

 WNYT: Schenectady County Community College students can live on campus this fall

 WTEN: New housing available for Schenectady County Community College students

 WRGB: New student housing at Schenectady County Community College

 YNN: Schenectady County Community College student housing to open in September

 Star Gazette: Oneonta Jazz Festival to feature trombonist Ray Anderson

 Buffalo News: Buffalo State to use reserves to plug $2.8 million gap

 Buffalo Business First: Campus construction (Fredonia, Buffalo State, Niagara County CC, UB)

 Buffalo Business First: Funding delays new projects at UB’s addictions research center

 Buffalo Business First: Buffalo State faces budget shortfall

 Buffalo News: NY Sea Grant publishes new Lake Ontario fish guide (Stony Brook)

 Buffalo News: Free tuition at ECC set for volunteer firefighters

 Post Standard: State officials cautious about proposed Upstate takeover of Van Duyn

 Press Republican: Loons to herald Adirondack Interpretive Center event (ESF)

Press Republican: Fourth NCCC president candidate introduced

 Watertown Daily Times: JCC receives extra $420,000 in state aid

 Watertown Daily Times: SUNY Potsdam using microgrants to foster student, faculty research

 Daily Courier Observer: Potsdam planning board approves student housing project

 Daily Courier Observer: Renowned organist to perform with Potsdam chorus

  Daily Gazette: New SCCC dorm expected to draw more students

 Times Herald-Record: SUNY orange showcases student art for eighth year

 WWNY: Watch: SUNY Potsdam “Arts Village” on track for ’13 opening

 Herkimer Telegram: University of South Africa educators visit HCCC

 Wall Street Journal: Life-size statue stolen from NY historical society (FLCC)

 Herkimer Telegram: CS Arch hired to oversee HCCC renovation project

 Oswego County Today: Accreditation team delivers ‘clean audit’ to SUNY Oswego

 Daily Star: Area students: College, religion can co-exist

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Author: Laurie Santandrea

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