SUNY


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SUNYState University of New York
SUNYSee You Next Year
SUNYScience University for Northern Youth (Canada)
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This articulation agreement will benefit SUNY SCCC graduates pursuing more than 50 different undergraduate degree programs, including degrees in Media Communications, Business Administration, Security Management and a number of science programs.
183] SUNY Downstate College Of Medicine, Brooklyn, NY, USA.
Kevin Drumm, president of SUNY Broome Community College, says, "The strength of 64 SUNY campuses eventually coming together to offer many online programs ought to become as formidable as any distance learning university in the world.
All campuses are eligible to sign up for Live@edu, including state-operated campuses, community colleges and SUNY affiliates.
This was the challenge encountered by SUNY Fredonia when laced with the assessment of information literacy for the aforementioned assessment mandated by the SUNY Provost's office.
To put the SUNY system in perspective, during FY 2002 approximately $565 million was awarded in federal and non-federal sponsored research, and 5000 active human research protocols were approved through 30 Institutional Review Boards (IRB).
The data for the SUNY study came from the third National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, a nationwide survey conducted from 1988 to 1994.
NEW YORK -- Aetna (NYSE: AET) and the State University of New York (SUNY) Downstate Medical Center announced a new agreement for SUNY Downstate's resumed participation in the Aetna network, and the continuing participation of University Hospital of Brooklyn's recently acquired Long Island College Hospital campus.
SUNY New Paltz was also awarded $1 million through the Governor's Mid-Hudson Regional Economic Development Council's Consolidated Funding Application.
THE STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK HAS TEAMED up with the New York State Thruway Authority to inform travelers about the 64 colleges and universities in the SUNY system.
It's a convenient, sophisticated area that's becoming more and more attractive to organizations like Stony Brook, which is one of the most academically prestigious schools in the SUNY system.