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President Obama Visits UAlbany’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering

Online Extra: Watch President Obama's speech from CNSE – YNN, Your News NowCollege of Nanoscale Science and EngineeringState University of New York Albany, New York 1:24 P.M. EDT THE PRESIDENT: Hello, New York! (Applause.) Thank you. Thank you so much. Thank you. Everybody, please have a seat. It is great to be back in Albany. It is wonderful to be with all of you here today.

via Ynn

Yesterday, President Obama visited the University at Albany’s College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering, where he was given a tour of the facility and delivered a speech on the U.S. economy.   Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher had this to say on President Obama’s visit.

Today it was my honor to join Governor Andrew Cuomo as SUNY and the Capital District welcomed President Barack Obama to the University at Albany.

 “Our College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering served as an ideal backdrop as the President outlined his vision for rebuilding the American economy. SUNY’s role as a leading economic driver has been a beacon for job growth and for the preparation of tomorrow’s highly skilled workforce, helping to position New York as a model for the nation.

 “It takes visionary leaders like President Obama and Governor Cuomo, responsible public-private partnerships, an engaged community, and a higher education network that is committed to meeting workforce demands to achieve what we have in New York. It is clear from my ongoing conversations with President Obama and the White House around college cost and preparing America’s next generation of innovators that he aims to bring these values to scale across the country.

 “I commend President Obama for his strong leadership on economic development and his determined focus on creating – as we say here in New York – jobs, jobs, jobs.”

Written by Becky Schubmehl



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