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Herb Trimpe '97, Legendary Comic Book Artist and College Alumnus Has Died

Posted April 22, 2015

Herb Trimpe ’97, the legendary comic book illustrator with Marvel Comics, who drew “The Incredible Hulk” and the “Fantastic Four,” and was first to draw the Wolverine for publication, passed away on Monday, April 13, his cousin, Glen Baisley, announced on Facebook. ... MORE

Todd Myles, assistant director for cloud computing in the college's Office of Information Technology Services conducts a tour of the UAlbany data facility, which houses college's hybrid cloud data storage infrastructure.

Data Governance Group Meets with UAlbany and Tours State-of-the-Art Data Center

Posted March 27, 2015

Construction of the college’s new “hybrid cloud” data storage infrastructure is well underway at the University at Albany. ... MORE

Left to right: Roxana Toma, Josh Horn, Tai Arnold and John Vellenga at the 2015 Graduate Research Symposium.

Graduate Student Research Showcased at New York State Capital

Posted March 3, 2015

Graduate student John Vellenga and alumnus Josh Horn ‘14 were selected to present their research at the biennial graduate research symposium, which is sponsored by the faculty senates of both the State University of New York and the City University of New York and held in the state capital. ... MORE

Graduate Sandra Barkevich '14 takes a "selfie" of herself, her mother Migdalia Crego, who also is a student, and her two children who also are Crego's grandchildren.

Access Completion and Success, the 2015 State of the University Address

Posted January 26, 2015

SUNY Empire State College students were center stage at the address. ... MORE

Members of the Black Male Initiative including Dexter Mead ‘14, Jay Marshall ’06, ’08, Assistant Prof. David Fullard, Keith Amparado ’88 and student Lawrence Johnson met with Assemblyman Herman D. “Denny” Farrell, standing at the center, at the assemblyman’s New York City Office. Photo/Assemblyman Farrell’s office

Black Male Initiative Students, Alumni and Faculty Meet with Assemblyman Farrell

Posted November 19, 2014

The Black Male Initiative offers programs and supports, including a scholarship, at-risk student outreach, peer coaching, support group meetings, career counseling and more. ... MORE

Tyrone Watson, an undergraduate student with the college’s Harry Van Arsdale Jr. Center for Labor Studies, and O. Richards and Kristen LaBoy, undergraduate students learning with the college in Metropolitan New York City, took time to get to know Cristy Dwyer ’08, ’10 and ’12 after her keynote address.

Voices Poetry Group Members Meet Cristy Dwyer '08, '10, '13

Posted November 5, 2014

Members of Voices Poetry Group, one of the college’s student clubs, attended the 2014 Student Academic Conference and met with keynote speaker Cristy Dwyer '08, '10, '13. ... MORE

Hugo Dwyer '06, Cristy Dwyer '08, 10 and '13 with Mentors Meg Benke, Suzanne Benno and Roxanna Toma at the 2014 Student Academic Conference

Cristy Dwyer '08, '10, '13 Keynotes Student Academic Conference

Posted November 5, 2014

Cristy Dwyer, a classically trained pianist, had left the business after playing the music of Frank Zappa and working with the Rolling Stones. At the suggestion of a friend, she took an unpaid internship helping counsel individuals who suffered from alcohol and drug addiction. ... MORE

2014 - 2015 Morton Bahr Online Learning Scholarships Announced

Posted October 23, 2014

Empire State College has announced the Morton Bahr Online Learning Scholarship recipients for the 2014-15 academic year. ... MORE

Immigrants: Reinventing América

Posted October 31, 2014

Empire State College presents “Immigrants: Reinventing América,” a multimedia exhibit showcasing the work of current students and alumni sharing their views, contributions and experiences in the making of a new América. ... MORE

Faculty Mentor Catherine Collins to Participate in Domestic Violence Panel

Posted September 19, 2014

Domestic Violence has taken center stage in recent days, as the National Football League has struggled with disclosures of its players’ alleged domestic abuse, including that of Adrian Peterson, star running back for the Minnesota Vikings, and of Ray Rice, formerly of the Baltimore Ravens, and the video of his assault on his wife in a casino elevator. These events have sparked national discussion of the ongoing problem of domestic violence that affects 1.6 million women each year. ... MORE

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