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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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Albany, NY 12246-0001
Founded in 1816
Key Executives for State University of New York
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Director of Communications
Assistant Vice Chancellor of Communications
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2015.
State University of New York Key Developments
State University of New York Appoints Brown as Member of Board
Jun 17 15
State University of New York announced that Buffalo Mayor Byron Brown is now a member of the university of New York board of trustees. The nominations of Brown and Stanley Litow, IBM's vice president of corporate citizenship and corporate affairs and president of IBM's Foundation, were confirmed by the New York State Senate. Gov. Andrew Cuomo had recommended the pair for the university panel. Brown is serving his third term as mayor of Buffalo. The 18-member of the university board serves without compensation.
SUNY Appoints Eileen McLoughlin as Chief Financial Officer
Nov 6 14
Eileen McLoughlin, an administrator at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute in Troy, New York, will oversee SUNY's $12 billion annual budget as the next chief financial officer at the 64-campus State University of New York system. SUNY trustees confirmed McLoughlin's appointment as vice chancellor for finance and chief financial officer at a board meeting. The system administration is headquartered in Albany, New York. McLoughlin was the assistant vice president of finance and budget at Rensselaer, a private, research university, where she was responsible for managing an annual budget of more than $400 million.
State University of New York Opens New Energy Management Network Operations Center in Albany
Oct 30 14
The State University of New York, or SUNY announced the opening of the state's first energy management network operations center in Albany. The center will provide public facilities across New York State with real-time data on their energy use, allowing them to improve building energy performance and lower the State's utility bills. Dubbed the NY Energy Manager (NYEM), the center is located at the Colleges of Nanoscale Science and Engineering at SUNY Polytechnic Institute in Albany. The NY Energy Manager was developed and is being deployed and managed by the New York Power Authority (NYPA) to provide up-to-the-moment energy use information and trending in state government facilities and other entities such as the City University of New York. The center will accelerate efforts to continuously improve energy management and operations of state facilities, thereby driving down operating expenses and saving taxpayers hundreds of millions of dollars over the coming years. Additionally, the center will further empower the state to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and create jobs in the emerging green economy. NYEM provides secure, comprehensive energy management reporting for more than 3,000 public buildings, accounting for hundreds of millions of square feet of space, with the potential to expand to all public facilities and other NYPA customers. NYEM integrates energy data from facility sub-meters and from meters of local utilities, enabling building engineers to rapidly diagnose equipment problems and take appropriate actions to reduce energy consumption in a timely manner.
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