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Training the Next Generation of Nurses

Dawn Richey is a nursing student at SUNY Onondaga Community College, in Syracuse, New York. Standing in the partitioned simulation room of the nursing training wing, surrounded by animatronic patients and beeping monitors, Richey tells us that she, like many of her classmates, is not fresh out of high school. “I started my healthcare career […]


Psychology Tricks: 7 Tips for Making and Keeping Your New Year’s Resolutions

It is the time of year when holiday commercials are replaced with gym memberships, supplements, and self-help advertisements. By the second week of the New Year, the resolution you made when the clock hit midnight can feel unattainable, out of reach, or just exhausting. What is the trick to making a good New Year’s resolution […]


Why College in Prison Matters

One afternoon while administering a college program inside of New York’s only maximum-security prison for women, one of my top performing students, Mary, a grandmother in her late 60s, raced into my office requesting a copy of To Kill a Mockingbird. Our college library inside the prison had a copy, but Mary was enrolled in an […]


You Can Now Apply for the Nurses For Our Future Scholarship

The effort to close the nursing shortage in our health care workforce is underway – applications for the Nurses for our Future Scholarship are now open. This tuition covering scholarship is set to help 1,000 new students interested in becoming their own health care heroes. Now, all those interested can submit an entry to the […]


30 Days of Giving 2021, Day 30: SUNY Fellows Donate Items to Several Campus Food Pantries

To give back to SUNY campuses, the SUNY Fellows from System Administration organized a donation drive that helped support seven different campus food pantries during the holiday season. Fellows Kaitlyn Bertleff, Kalief Metellus and Shay Gauthier contacted food pantries throughout the SUNY system, honing in on what the pantries were in need of leading up […]