See What SUNY Alumni are Accomplishing This Week!
In addition to our regular Alumni Profile series, we hear about great things our graduates are doing around the world. Why not share them?
SUNY Oneonta alumnus Hal Luftig won a Tony Award for Best Musical of his production, “Kinky Boots”.
Buffalo State College alumnus Scott Baxter, who is the founder and chief executive of SA Baxter, wrote a piece in The New York Times this week titled “That Entrepreneurial Itch” about his experience in business.
Invention as the result of an accident is surprisingly common. Without a misconceived hypothesis, we may otherwise be without X-rays, super glue, or microwave ovens. A recent experiment at SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF) has potentially added another life-changing invention: gene information suppression.
“Basically, we’re interrupting the flow of genetic information in the cell, in effect ‘hacking’ the program of the bacterial cell,” researcher Dr. Christopher Nomura said of the findings.
SUNY Oneonta is one of three schools featured in this month’s NCAA Division III Special Olympics Spotlight Poll. Each story highlights a Division III and Special Olympics joint activity or event. The institution whose story has the highest number of votes on the 25th day of each month receives $500 to use for its next Special Olympics event.
SUNY Oneonta raised $800 for the Special Olympics during its inaugural “Greek Life vs. Athletes Olympics” event on April 21. Teams of athletes and Greeks competed in events such as the three-legged race, potato sack races, Continue reading
Tremayne Price, SUNY Student Assembly President, was sworn in as a State University of New York student member of the Board of Trustees on May 30. He took to his post on June 1 and, for the next year, will vote to represent nearly a half-million SUNY students as he works to further SUNY’s mission and commitment to its broad array of stakeholders.
Generation SUNY’s Will Donovan sat down with Mr. Price to discuss the experience as well as his vision and goals in a three-part video series. Watch part one to learn about Mr. Price’s time in Student Assembly and how it shaped his path to the Board of Trustees.
Every year, thousands of prospective SUNY students fill out their application online. It’s simple, secure, and green! The online app is called applySUNY.
applySUNY is an application portal that allows you to complete an application for admission, any required supplemental applications and your academic record all in one place. Even better, these documents are accepted by virtually all SUNY campuses. Submit your documents once, and they will be transmitted to as many SUNY campuses as you designate.
We put together a ten-step checklist to follow when applying to SUNY with applySUNY: