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Advocacy Work Starts Local and Goes Statewide Thanks To A SUNY Education

As the largest comprehensive system of public higher education in the country, the vast number of alumni graduating from our schools are bound to be part of the present and future of New York State government. Currently, 61 alumni serve in the New York legislature, in both the state assembly and state senate, and also […]


Students Help The Homeless Stay Healthy On The Streets of Buffalo

They suffer from foot problems, depression and infections. Many are sleep deprived. Others have swelling in their legs. Some simply need ibuprofen to cure a headache. Others want food, clean clothes, or information on local homeless shelters. Some are simply grateful for the friendly conversation. These are the patients seen by UB HEALS, a student-run […]


Congratulations SUNY Class of 2019!

The school year has ended as has the college path of many students. Bachelor’s, master’s, associate’s and doctoral degree holders are preparing for their next step in life after a journey that has given them the knowledge, confidence, and experience needed to make a true SUNY Impact on the world. From faculty and staff across […]


Forbes Recognizes Many SUNY Schools As 2019’s Best Value Colleges

The college decision process is often focused on many subjective components, from the quality of dorms and food to the personality of the faculty. But one thing that is of high priority across the board is the value of attending a specific college or university. Students want to know what they are investing in and […]


Building Stronger Communities and Critical Infrastructure With Future-Focused Research

Changes in local weather patterns caused by a warming planet are posing unforeseen risk to the systems and structures that allow society to function. In New York State, unprecedented flooding in New York City and the Mohawk River Valley heavily damaged transportation systems. Destructive hurricanes in Long Island and the Catskill Mountains destroyed power supplies. […]