Buffalo Public School Kids Urged to Focus on High-Growth Career Tracks in New York
Apr03

Buffalo Public School Kids Urged to Focus on High-Growth Career Tracks in New York

As the tulips break through the lawns of Western New York this April, City of Buffalo Public School students will celebrate more than just the sun shining; local college students will convene in Buffalo schools to highlight science, technology, engineering, and math–and how immersing yourself in these disciplines can lift up your career and community. Dubbed Science Week, the immersion is for a good reason. It’s not a...

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New SUNY Oswego Center Reinforces STEM Commitment
Oct09

New SUNY Oswego Center Reinforces STEM Commitment

STEM education is the study of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics. These four general areas of study are extremely important in keeping up with advancement. Across New York State, STEM careers are growing 2.5 times faster than the non-STEM average growth. SUNY has been working to increase STEM education, and furthermore keeping New York and the United States as the technological and economical leader of the global...

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4 Types of Classes to Prepare You For Your Job Search
Aug22

4 Types of Classes to Prepare You For Your Job Search

  In a 1949 address to Smith College, Eleanor Roosevelt said  “How well prepared are we to live in a world that has constantly grown smaller and where we must rub shoulders with people of different cultures, of completely different customs and habits and religions, who live under different legal systems, whose languages are different?” Her question of the preparedness of young people in the work force is still relevant today, and the...

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Consoles and Classrooms: SUNY Games II to Create STEM Video Games
Aug21

Consoles and Classrooms: SUNY Games II to Create STEM Video Games

At the  University at Albany School of Education, Associate Professor Peter Shea is trying to bring together the console and the classroom. Professor Shea is leading a research study investigating the use of video games to promote learning, with a large and various group of experts, students, and faculty. The project, named  “SUNY Games II”, seeks to explore how teachers and students from diverse fields across the SUNY system can...

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SUNY Team, Let By UAlbany Researcher, Investigates Games for Enhanced STEM Education in K-12 Environment
Aug09

SUNY Team, Let By UAlbany Researcher, Investigates Games for Enhanced STEM Education in K-12 Environment

SUNY Team, Let By UAlbany Researcher, Investigates Games for Enhanced STEM Education in K-12 Environment A University at Albany researcher is leading a team of SUNY researchers in a study of using games to promote learning STEM content in grade school. “SUNY Games II” will explore how interactive and immersive activities may help the critical subject areas. The SUNY project will foster the research and development of games...

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STEM Mentoring Expands, Doubles Amount of SUNY Campuses Active
Aug01

STEM Mentoring Expands, Doubles Amount of SUNY Campuses Active

The Office of the Education Pipeline is happy to announce the expansion of the SUNY and New York Academy of Sciences’ STEM Afterschool Mentoring Program. Three additional SUNY campuses- Stony Brook University, SUNY Oswego, and SUNY ESF- will bring STEM graduate and post graduate students to students in community middle schools, where they will share their passion and expertise to high-need middle school students. In September 2012,...

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Using Computer Science to Serve Thousands of Meals
Jul24

Using Computer Science to Serve Thousands of Meals

In the spirit of the Power of SUNY, Cayuga Community College‘s commitment to impacting New York is clear. Among the College’s many organizational partners, like AmeriCorps, is Calvary Food Pantry, an Auburn, NY food pantry. Recent Cayuga Community College graduate Ed Onori has capitalized on his computer science skills adopted at the college to help the pantry excel in its mission — and ultimately serve over 10,000...

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Governor Cuomo Announces SUNY Accepting Applications for Master Teacher Program
Jul08

Governor Cuomo Announces SUNY Accepting Applications for Master Teacher Program

Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced that the State University of New York is now accepting applications for the New York State Master Teacher Program. The program, built via SUNY infrastructure and designed to bolster STEM education in grades 6-12, was first announced by Governor Cuomo in May. “Making sure we have the best and brightest teachers in our classroom is a fundamental part of creating a world-class education system in...

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