SUNY and NSF Move Forward With STEM Afterschool Mentoring Program
Feb06

SUNY and NSF Move Forward With STEM Afterschool Mentoring Program

The Office of the Education Pipeline is excited to move forward with the implementation of a recent $2.95 million grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF). The grant allows SUNY to bring the New York Academy of Sciences’ (the Academy) afterschool Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) mentoring program for middle school students to scale statewide through a partnership between SUNY campuses and the...

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SUNY Recognized for Major Gains in Diversification of Student Body
Jan21

SUNY Recognized for Major Gains in Diversification of Student Body

As the nation’s largest higher education system, the State University of New York not only sets an example for its 64 campuses to follow, but sets the standard of higher education operations.  Last year, New York Governor Cuomo touted SUNY as New York’s “economic driver” and in his 2013 State of the State Address, named education and jobs as “New York’s one-two punch”. SUNY is now more able...

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Sharing Stories About Ability, Education and Achievement with SUNY RF by John Robinson
May24

Sharing Stories About Ability, Education and Achievement with SUNY RF by John Robinson

This past week I had the honor to speak with the leadership of The Research Foundation for the State University of New York. I have known and worked with SUNY RF in my past life with WMHT, but this was my first opportunity to share stories in this capacity. As I was speaking, I was thinking about what Our Ability’s Educational Department SUNY RF, and SUNY can accomplish together. Our Ability’s most ambitious goal is to...

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