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 country. Why not share them?
Two Herkimer County Community College alumni, Jeanne Galvin and Todd Allen, will be inducted into the College’s 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame this fall.
SUNY Downstate highlighted its prominence in the medical community; the institution ranks ninth nationally in the number of alumni who are on the faculty of American medical schools.
In an interview with SBNation, an Ohio State website highlights The University at Buffalo‘s strong alumni base:
In terms of famous alums, former president Millard Fillmore was the school’s first chancellor, astronaut Ellen S. Baker graduated from there (which omits them from being made fun of by Michigan), Wolf Blitzer of CNN fame, Terry Gross, the host and producer of NPR’s Fresh Air, noted mainstream indie film producer Harvey Weinstein, and jazz great Charles Mingus are also all alumni.
Based on data from alumni reporting, seven SUNY schools have been named among the top return on investment in the nation.
The Buffalo News recognized Joseph P. Dispenza, SUNY Fredonia Class of 1980, for his work in theater and community outreach.
SUNY Fredonia alumnus Jud Heussler works his way through the ranks of a radio host
In high school, Jud Heussler knew he wanted a career in radio. Continue reading