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SUNY Oneonta Hosts Crew From “60 Minutes Australia”

A crew from “60 Minutes Australia” was in Oneonta on Sunday to shoot footage for an upcoming segment featuring Dr. Tony Cicoria, the local orthopedic surgeon who developed a previously unknown ability as a pianist and composer after being struck by lightning in 1994. The “60 Minutes” crew, under the direction of foreign editor and […]


Why A Flu Shot is More Important than Ever

For years, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention has advised anyone over six months of age to get a flu vaccine. This year, those words take on greater importance as we continue to combat the COVID-19 pandemic amid the upcoming flu season. Across the SUNY system, campuses are working hard to get students to […]


50 New Reasons To Attend SUNY

Fun fact – The State University of New York is the largest comprehensive system of higher education in the country. We have more than three million alumni located around the globe, and we are still a growing, steady force. From community colleges to research institutions and medical centers that provide vast opportunities, we are educating […]


Nobel History: A Look Back at the Global Impact Delivered Through SUNY Research & Academics

Since 1901, the Nobel Prize has existed to acknowledge superior contributions to physics, chemistry, medicine, economics, literature, and the cause of peace. This week, the 2018 Nobel Prize announcements are taking place to give us the next set of difference makers in these academic and social fields. Their efforts will most likely be felt for […]