30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale
Dec19

30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

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30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale
Dec19

30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

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Alumni Profile: Greg Aidala
Dec17

Alumni Profile: Greg Aidala

Greg Aidala is a comedian, entrepreneur, and active community member. An upstate New York native, he attended Hudson Valley Community College and completed his four-year degree at the University at Albany immediately following. Aidala now operates Radial Gage Entertainment in Albany, NY. Aidala has performed from New York City to Los Angeles with comedians such as Colin Quinn, Nick DiPaolo, Kathleen Madigan, Charlie Murphy, Bo...

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30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale
Dec16

30 Days of Giving 2013: Taking Volunteerism To Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

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International Research Leaders To Convene in New York City
Dec16

International Research Leaders To Convene in New York City

On Wednesday, dozens of research leaders from around the world will convene at the SUNY Global Center in New York City to discuss emerging trends in scientific advancement–namely, undergraduate students’ persistence in STEM disciplines and worldwide research collaboration, which are both highly impacted by 21st Century technological advancements. The meeting, beginning with Chancellor Zimpher’s introductions and Vice...

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30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale
Dec11

30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

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30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale
Dec10

30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

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Study: Six-million-year-old “Millenium Man” was bipedal—but lived in trees
Dec06

Study: Six-million-year-old “Millenium Man” was bipedal—but lived in trees

Study: Six-million-year-old “Millenium Man” was bipedal—but lived in trees Stony Brook University — An analysis of the femur of one of the oldest human ancestors reveals the six-million-year-old “Millenium Man” was bipedal but lived in the trees. The research, led by Stony Brook University researchers and their team of international paleoanthropologists, could provide additional insight to the origins of human bipedalism and is...

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