The Fulbright Program Elevates SUNY, the Nation
Dec05

The Fulbright Program Elevates SUNY, the Nation

SUNY Farmingdale student represents the State University of New York as 2013 Alumni Ambassador. “Simple exchanges can break down walls between us, for when people come together and speak to one another and share a common experience, then their common humanity is revealed. We are reminded that we’re joined together by our pursuit of a life that’s productive and purposeful, and when that happens mistrust begins to fade and...

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Music Madness – Semifinals
Nov26

Music Madness – Semifinals

Welcome to Round II of SUNY Music Madness 2013! Voters have chosen the top 5 entries from the original 13 entries of Round I. A close first round has set the stage for an exciting Semifinal and lays the foundation for a energetic Final in two weeks. Of the 5 contestants, three will continue on to Round III. Each voter is able to vote for one of their favorite entries this round; as always, we encourage you to sit back and sample them...

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Alumni Robin and Timothy Wentworth Give Monroe Community College Largest Gift Ever
Nov26

Alumni Robin and Timothy Wentworth Give Monroe Community College Largest Gift Ever

A $2.25 million gift to the Monroe Community College Foundation from alumni Robin ’80 and Timothy ’80 Wentworth (Franklin Lakes, N.J.) will provide full scholarships to 40 MCC students each year. The gift is the largest in the college’s history. The gift establishes the Wentworth Family Scholarship program at MCC, an endowed fund that gives students opportunities to start their college education. The first cohort of Wentworth Family...

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SUNY Delhi Exercises Empathy to Support Military Veterans
Nov25

SUNY Delhi Exercises Empathy to Support Military Veterans

There is good reason why SUNY Delhi has earned “military-friendly” status for a second consecutive year. The college continues to expand its initiatives to support student veterans. “The G.I Bill is better than it’s ever been, so many veterans are taking advantage of it and going to college,” says Matt LaLonde, Coordinator of Veterans Affairs. “And we have many student veterans on the Delhi campus who receive VA educational...

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Buffalo State Scholarship Program Provides ‘Genuine Care’
Nov22

Buffalo State Scholarship Program Provides ‘Genuine Care’

The Kenzie program, a Buffalo State College scholarship opportunity, started with four students in 1998. Fifteen years later, it has grown to fund 26 high-achieving, underrepresented minority undergraduate students, emphasizing academic achievement, leadership development, mentoring, and community service, and close interaction between students and mentors. The scholarship includes a $2,400 award renewable each year provided that the...

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5 Facts You May Not Know About SUNY
Nov21

5 Facts You May Not Know About SUNY

SUNY is a national leader of higher education systems.  From pioneering the federal Know Before You Owe financial awareness program through SUNY Smart Track to setting the standard for higher education systemness, the Empire State’s diverse organization of 64 campuses is complex and powerfully interesting while delivering results for thousands of students every year. But our educational experience doesn’t stop at the end...

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