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Faculty Mentor Ivan Ivanov Co-edits Book on Cloud Computing and Services Science

Posted March 11, 2014

Springer has published, “Cloud Computing and Services Science,” co-edited by Mentor Ivan Ivanov. ... MORE

“Three Voices That Shape Our Vision”

Posted March 11, 2014

Jim Hall, founding president, will explore the quote from Ernest L. Boyer Sr., “Education is a seamless web: one level of learning relates to every other.” ... MORE

Inauguration Events Begin Today

Posted March 5, 2014

As part of the college’s celebratory events for the inauguration of Merodie Hancock, the first webinar in the three-part series, “Three Voices That Shape Our Vision” takes place Thursday, March 6, from 10-11 a.m. EST. ... MORE

Business, management and economics faculty Angela Titi Amayah, Sue Epstein, Julie Gedro and Sewon Kim presented the 2014 Academy of Human Resource Development ’s annual conference. Photo/provided by Julie Gedro

Five Business, Management and Economics Faculty Present at Academy of Human Resource Development 2014 Conference in the Americas in Houston

Posted March 3, 2014

SUNY Empire State College made its strongest showing ever at the Academy of Human Resource Development’s annual conference, with five faculty mentors representing four centers across the college, at the 2014 Conference in the Americas, earlier this month in Houston, Texas. ... MORE

The Council of College and Military Educators has recognized Bill Yaeger, military outreach specialist-Midwest region for the  SUNY Empire State College Office of Veteran and Military Education, with the President's Award, for making “a significant contribution that advanced the cause of military education.”

Military Outreach Specialist Bill Yaeger Honored

Posted March 3, 2014

The Council of College and Military Educators has recognized Bill Yaeger, military outreach specialist, with its President's Award. ... MORE

Tune In to Dialogues at Noon Feb. 28 for "Friendship and the Single Girl"

Posted February 18, 2014

This presentation discusses the ways in which single women were portrayed in situation comedies of the 1960s and '70s, particularly in "That Girl," "The Mary Tyler Moore Show" and "Rhoda," and how these representations were both a reaction to and coincided with larger changes for women in U.S. society at that time. ... MORE

Empire State College student representative Lori Mould, left, joined SUNY Interim Provost Beth Bringsjord, SUNY Student Assembly President and UAlbany graduate student Tremayne Price and Pat Myers, director of collegewide student services for Empire State College at the September SUNY Student Assembly meeting hosted by the college.

Lori Mould Presents Remarks at State Budget Hearings

Posted February 7, 2014

Lori Mould, who studies at the Genesee Valley Center, represents the college's students on the SUNY Student Assembly. ... MORE

“The Syrian Crisis and Its Implications in the Middle East” Presentation with Marcel Hinain Now Scheduled

Posted January 10, 2014

The Empire State College Center for Distance Learning and the Center for International Programs Global Strategies Task Force invite the community to participate in the first of the International Webcast Series. ... MORE

SUNY Statewide Volunteer Opportunities honor Martin Luther King, Jr.

Statewide Volunteer Opportunities Honor Dr. King

Posted January 10, 2014

Nearly 42 percent of the college’s students say they are involved in community service. ... MORE

Faculty members Christine Leake, far left, Linda Treinish, Stacey Gallagher and Thomas Brady, assessment specialist, join Walter Dean Myers ‘84, wearing glasses, and faculty members Jennifer Spitz and Arlene Rider after Dean’s lecture at the college’s Hartsdale office.

Walter Dean Myers ’84 Dies at 76

Posted July 3, 2014

A two-time Newbery Award winner, Myers wrote more than 100 books aimed at children, middle-schoolers and young adults. Urban teenagers and young, economically disadvantaged African-Americans are frequent subjects. ... MORE

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