Governor Cuomo Announces Nearly $700K Research Collaboration Fund Awards to 10 SUNY Campuses
Sep25

Governor Cuomo Announces Nearly $700K Research Collaboration Fund Awards to 10 SUNY Campuses

Cancer Detection & Treatment, Medical Imaging, Stroke Prevention, Climate Change Analysis among Funded Initiatives Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that seven research projects involving 10 SUNY campuses will each receive up to $100,000 from the SUNY Research Collaboration Fund, which supports research collaborations among campuses as part of the SUNY system’s strategic plan, The Power of SUNY. Among the funded initiatives...

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Governor Cuomo Announces New Admission Requirements for SUNY Teacher Preparation Programs
Sep23

Governor Cuomo Announces New Admission Requirements for SUNY Teacher Preparation Programs

Delivers on State of the State Commitment to Select Top Tier Candidates at SUNY Colleges and Universities by Raising Academic Requirements for Entrance into Teaching Programs Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the State University of New York (SUNY) Board of Trustees has adopted a measure submitted by the SUNY Chancellor to require new admission requirements for incoming teachers at SUNY colleges and universities. This...

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Governor Cuomo Announces SUNY Research Networks of Excellence Competitive Grant to Support Science and Commercialization
Sep04

Governor Cuomo Announces SUNY Research Networks of Excellence Competitive Grant to Support Science and Commercialization

Builds upon the State’s Innovation Agenda with First Network, “SUNY 4E,” to focus on Energy, Environment, Economics and Education Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the State University of New York will launch the first of four SUNY Networks of Excellence to support increased research collaborations between SUNY and industry partners in order to spur commercialization activities. This “SUNY 4E” network will focus on...

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Binghamton University Awarded with NSF Research Grant for Data Technology Study
Sep02

Binghamton University Awarded with NSF Research Grant for Data Technology Study

From Dropbox to iCloud to Drive, people are using cloud storage services and apps to stock away their pictures, documents and media every day. We all want to be sure we have a back-up of the pictures or video from that special day, or our class notes and work assignments just in case our home computer breaks down. But did we ever think of what is done within the cloud and our big data resources to ensure our data is being kept safe...

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Southern Tier Manufacturing Gets a $15 Million Green Light
Aug30

Southern Tier Manufacturing Gets a $15 Million Green Light

People used to say American manufacturing is dead. Those people are awfully quiet these days. In fact, according to Business Insider, for the first time in decades, the trend of relocating manufacturing offshore is starting to reverse, and SUNY schools have been paying attention. In an effort to prepare for an influx of manufacturing jobs requiring highly-skilled workers, Governor Andrew M. Cuomo gave one initiative, (dubbed Retooling...

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SUNY Oneonta’s Brian Lowe Talks about “Big Data” on WAMC’s Academic Minute
Aug05

SUNY Oneonta’s Brian Lowe Talks about “Big Data” on WAMC’s Academic Minute

As our world becomes increasingly digitized, the data that is created is beginning to play a powerful role in society. From candidates using it to win elections to saving taxpayer dollars, big data is transforming the way decisions are made. SUNY’s push to most efficiently allocate resources is among the key players using big data and one of the most influential education institutions to do so. Dr. Brian Lowe, associate...

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