L-R: Miguel Pereira of Buffalo State College, Lori Mould of Empire State College, and Aisha Mortenson of SUNY Broome Community College. (Photo/Empire State College)
For the first time in recorded history, or at least since SUNY Empire State College was founded in 1971, the college hosted a meeting of the Student Assembly of the State University of New York. Genesee Valley Center student Lori Mould represented the college’s more than 20,000 students.
The statewide SUNY institution, Empire State College primarily educates adults who are very often raising families and working as they study part time to complete their master’s, bachelor’s or associate degree face to face at more than 35 locations across the state, online everywhere, or through a blend of both.
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.