As graduations begin this weekend to award thousands of SUNY students with their hard-earned degrees and certificates, thousands more will soon begin summer sessions. This alternative education option is available at nearly every SUNY campus across New York State and is attended by students coming home or visiting from every corner of the globe.
Given the nature of most summer classes — short and a ton of material — it can sometimes be difficult to effectively manage time and energy between school and the beautiful New York summer. So, in order to help you complete your summer classes and succeed, we’ve put together five quick tips for you to check off from start to finish!
Read about ways to make it through summer classes after the jump!
As this spring semester comes to a close, thousands of SUNY students are preparing to graduate. Whether the student is graduating with a certificate, Associate’s, Bachelor’s, Master’s, or doctorate degree, each graduate’s story is unique and will be continued as they join the massive SUNY alumni base, which totals nearly 3 million today. SUNY graduates dot the globe on every continent in every imaginable sector of the economy; we are proud to spread SUNY’s influence internationally and just as honored that a majority of the Class of 2013 will stay to live, work, and play in New York.
We compiled the entire schedule of Class of 2013 commencement ceremonies from all 64 SUNY campuses. Continue reading
We are probably all in a rush to finish our exams, move out, and begin our summer vacation. Before you head home for rest and relaxation, there are some things to keep in mind! So, if just for a moment, you may want to step out of the tunnel-vision of summer break and check off this quick list! If you think we missed anything, let us know in the comments or on Facebook or Twitter!
The John Simon Guggenheim Memorial Foundation annually awards approximately 200 Fellowships from between 3 – 4,000 applications. The Fellowship awards, also deemed as “midcareer awards”, are for men and women with careers and abilities in the arts, sciences, and history.
Former Guggenheim Fellows become advisers who help narrow down the competition by sending their critiques to a Committee of Selection then onto the Board of Trustees. Winners from the United States and Canada competition were announced in early April.
We are proud to have 5 current Guggenheim Fellows within the SUNY family:
The SUNY Model European Union (SUNYMEU) is an annual simulation of the European Union organized by the Institute for European Union Studies at SUNY (IEUSS), the host campus (SUNY New Paltz), and the SUNY Office of Global Affairs.
The primary purpose of SUNYMEU is to provide a framework for a simulation of a European Council meeting to better educate American students about one of the most complex and important actors in the international arena today in the European Union, while giving them an opportunity to interact with students from EU member and candidate states.