College Tech Analyst Builds 200 MPG Car in His Free Time
Apr21

College Tech Analyst Builds 200 MPG Car in His Free Time

  How many miles per gallon does your car get? 34? 35? If you ask Jerry Bartlett, the answer would be 200–and not in a Pruis. “As far as I know there are only three of these vehicles in existence,” Bartlett said. The car is a modified Urba Centurion originally designed by Robert Q. Riley–one of only three in existence; the Lane Motor Museum in Nashville, Tennessee displays one and the other was used in the 1990 movie...

Read More
Energy Efficiency Projects at SUNY to Save $3.5M/Year, Build Cleaner Communities
Jan23

Energy Efficiency Projects at SUNY to Save $3.5M/Year, Build Cleaner Communities

Governor Cuomo Announces Energy Efficiency Projects at 10 SUNY Campuses to Save $3.5 Million Per Yer and Build Cleaner Communities Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today announced a partnership between the New York Power Authority (NYPA) and the State University of New York (SUNY) to undertake energy efficiency measures at 10 SUNY campuses that will save the university system $3.5 million each year and contribute to cleaner communities. The...

Read More
7 Campuses Ranked Best Online Education Programs
Jan08

7 Campuses Ranked Best Online Education Programs

Seven SUNY campuses have been ranked among the nation’s best online degree programs by U.S. News and World Report for 2014, including SUNY Delhi ranked the best online bachelor’s degree program in the United States. The strong rankings come ahead of the rollout of Open SUNY, the 64-campus-wide online education center that represents more students than any other online learning network. The categories that seven campuses...

Read More
7 Campuses Ranked Among Best Online Education Programs by U.S. News
Jan08

7 Campuses Ranked Among Best Online Education Programs by U.S. News

Seven SUNY campuses have been ranked among the nation’s best online degree programs by U.S. News and World Report for 2014, including SUNY Delhi ranked the best online bachelor’s degree program in the United States. The strong rankings come ahead of the rollout of Open SUNY, the 64-campus-wide online education center that represents more students than any other online learning network. The categories that seven campuses...

Read More
30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale
Dec14

30 Days of Giving: Taking Volunteerism to Scale

The holidays remind us this is the season of giving. All members of SUNY make a concerted effort to volunteer and contribute to their respective campuses and local communities. The 30 Days of Giving campaign highlights students and faculty across all of our 64 campuses who participate in volunteerism and give back to those in need. With over 467,000 students and three million alumni, we want to celebrate the impact the SUNY community...

Read More
Would Christopher Columbus Have Attended SUNY?
Oct10

Would Christopher Columbus Have Attended SUNY?

The United States joins other American nations in celebrating Columbus Day this weekend as we celebrate the discovery of the “New World” by Christopher Columbus on October 12, 1492. Workers take the day off from their job and students get an extra day off. But what if Christopher Columbus was a student in the new world and in New York? Where would he go to college? We believe the answer is SUNY — and have come up...

Read More
SUNY and Energy Smart New York: Summer 2013
Jul18

SUNY and Energy Smart New York: Summer 2013

SUNY as a system maximizes the Energy Smart New York campaign every single day of the year; after all, 97% of the state’s population is within 20 miles of a SUNY campus.  As an economic driver in New York State, SUNY capitalizes on the opportunity to profoundly affect New Yorkers by instating smart, and sometimes bold, environmental goals. This week looks to be the hottest of this summer.  New York City is under an extreme heat watch...

Read More
SUNY Canton and SUNY Potsdam, Innovators in Sharing Services (VIDEO)
Jun21

SUNY Canton and SUNY Potsdam, Innovators in Sharing Services (VIDEO)

When it began in 2011, one of the primary goals for SUNY in sharing services was to provide collaborative services to multiple campuses where campuses had either performed the service independently or the service had not existed before. Over our 64 campuses, SUNY started looking at how it spent money on things like paper and computers, and what valuable services exist on what campuses like printing, addressing veterans’ needs, or food...

Read More