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Company Overview of State University of New York
State University of New York is an educational and research institution. The university includes University Centers, Doctoral Degree Institutions, University Colleges, Technology Colleges, and Community Colleges. State University of New York has an enrollment of about 370,000 students spread throughout 64 campus locations. The University was founded in 1816 and is based in Albany, New York.
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Founded in 1816
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State University of New York Key Developments
State University of New York Names Kristina M. Johnson as its Chancellor
Apr 25 17
Kristina M. Johnson, an engineer and academic who helped develop technology for 3-D imaging and served as a federal energy undersecretary, was named the 13th chancellor of the State University of New York on April 24, 2017. The nine SUNY trustees at the meeting in Albany voted unanimously to approve Johnson's appointment. Chairman H. Carl McCall and other trustees noted Johnson's experience in business, government and academia in endorsing her to lead the 64-campus system. Johnson, is the founder and current chief executive of Cube Hydro Partners LLC, which operates 19 hydroelectric generation facilities on rivers in New York, Pennsylvania, Virginia, West Virginia and North Carolina, providing energy to communities and businesses. She served as U.S. undersecretary of energy in President Barack Obama's administration from 2009 to 2010 and earlier was provost and senior vice president for academic affairs at Johns Hopkins University, dean of the Pratt School of Engineering at Duke University, and professor at the University of Colorado-Boulder. Johnson's appointment is effective September 5 at an annual salary of $560,000. She succeeds Nancy L. Zimpher, SUNY's leader since 2009, who announced last year she would depart the post on June 30. She will be eligible for university housing in Albany, a university vehicle and driver for use on official university business and a living stipend when working from SUNY's offices in Manhattan. SUNY trustees will appoint interim leadership for the period between June and September at their board meeting on June 21. The new chancellor takes the reins of SUNY at a changing time. The system served 1.3 million students, 600,000 of whom were in credit-bearing courses in the 2015-16 academic year, and is preparing to see an influx of new applicants through Cuomo's Excelsior Scholarship.
State University of New York Announces New Manufacturing Technology Institute in Olean
Oct 7 16
The State University of New York, or SUNY, has announced the opening of the new Manufacturing Technology Institute on Jamestown Community College's, or JCC, Cattaraugus County campus in Olean. The $6 million, 20,000-square foot facility will address the need for education and training in high-demand manufacturing technologies in Western New York. The new building features classrooms, specialized training space for machining and other industrial skills, light duty labs, and a computer-aided design lab. The institute is offering credit and non-credit courses through its welding technology, CAD/CNC, and machine tool technology certificate programs to train skilled workers for regional manufacturers. The total project cost for the construction of the new Manufacturing Technology Institute on the Cattaraugus County Campus in Olean and the expansion of the existing Manufacturing Technology Institute on the Jamestown Campus is approximately $10 million. Funding for both facilities includes $5 million from the State University of New York SUNY 2020 program; $2 million from the SUNY capital facilities division; $2 million from local sponsors, including Cattaraugus and Chautauqua counties; and nearly $1 million from Empire State Development as recommended by the Western New York Regional Economic Development Council. Jamestown Community College has two campuses: a main campus in Jamestown and the Cattaraugus County Campus in Olean. Until October 7, 2016, the college only offered advanced manufacturing courses at the Jamestown Manufacturing Technology Institute, which is currently undergoing a $4 million expansion from 23,000 square feet to approximately 34,000 square feet. Both of Jamestown Community College's Manufacturing Technology Institute facilities will be used to educate students in advanced manufacturing programs and expand these programs by 50%, which includes training an additional 190 students annually. The new Manufacturing Technology Institute in Olean provides maker spaces in which local industrial entrepreneurs can partner with Jamestown Community College's advanced manufacturing faculty and students to develop prototypes. The facility also offers hands-on experience with techniques such as 3-D printing that students can obtain through Jamestown Community College's programs to enhance their competitive edge.
Nancy L. Zimpher to Retire as Chancellor of the State University of New York, Effective June 30, 2017
Jun 1 16
Nancy L. Zimpher has announced that she plans to retire as the Chancellor of the State University of New York System (SUNY) on June 30, 2017. Zimpher, 69, has led SUNY since 2009. Zimpher has worked to expand SUNY's online education offerings and partner more closely with businesses to prepare students for the workforce. Zimpher has also played a part in Albany's economic development efforts. She is a member of the Capitalize Albany Corporation board.
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