Bina Ahmad speaking at the MSiA Women of Color Seminar.

Minority Students in Action Co-sponsor Women of Color Seminar “Recognizing our Experiences, Celebrating our Voices”

Posted June 28, 2017

Sponsored by Minority Students in Action (MSiA), and SUNY Empire State College, the Women of Color Seminar, “Recognizing our Experiences, Celebrating our Voices,” featured a keynote address by Vivian Nixon, a roundtable discussion on intellectual solidarity, a workshop on legal rights, breakout sessions and a discussion on diversity and inclusion. ... MORE

Student/alumni club Human Services Collaborative cap decorating event.

Student/Alumni Club Human Services Collaborative Hosts Third “Bling Your Cap” Commencement Preparation Event

Posted June 8, 2017

Hosted and supported by the college’s Human Services Collaborative student/alumni club, the third consecutive “Bling Your Cap” commencement event attracted more than 35 people, including 26 graduating students, their friends and family. ... MORE

Painting from the Caribbean Heritage Mixed Media Art Exhibit

Caribbean Heritage Mixed-media Art Exhibition Marks Caribbean Heritage Month, Year of the Caribbean

Posted June 8, 2017

The exhibit features artwork by students Natural Langdon, Anesta Bernice Stewart, Pedro Tavárez, Felix Torres, Carmen Velez and George A. Velez, as well as alumni Eugenia D’Ambrosio ’05, Cristina Guzman ’12, Alisa Irby ’16, Vanessa Moore ’14, Julia Primus ’16 and Daryl Tillman ’16. ... MORE

Arthur Moats surrounded by his wife, Shonda, two daughters, Kaylor and Ava, and son, Grey.

NFL Linebacker Arthur Moats Completes his Master’s

Posted June 5, 2017

Former Buffalo Bills and current Pittsburgh Steelers Outside Linebacker Arthur Nathan Moats III completed his Master of Arts in Community and Economic Development, with an advanced graduate certificate in social entrepreneurship, at SUNY Empire State College’s commencement event Saturday, June 3, in Buffalo, N.Y. ... MORE

Professor Anastasia Pratt, graduate student Kristina Kwacz and form member of the state Assembly William Parment.

Master’s Capstone Project, “In the Shadow of the Twenty,” Tells the Story of How World War II and the Cold War Kept Newlyweds Apart for 20 Years

Posted May 12, 2017

More than 35 people attended an opening reception for “In the Shadow of the Twenty,” an exhibition of family history reinterpreted through photographs and memoir, created by graduate student Kristina Kwacz. ... MORE

Professor Rebecca Bonanno.

Faculty Fellowship Supports Research and Community Event on Mental Illness

Posted May 12, 2017

Bonanno’s fellowship project focuses on increasing the mental health literacy of parents in the town of Huntington on Long Island. ... MORE

Art student Maria Rizzo with Professor Alan Stankiewicz, her faculty mentor.

Student Maria Rizzo Has Successful Opening Reception for "Velatura" Exhibition

Posted May 10, 2017

Family, friends, teachers, colleagues and community members came out on April 4 to an opening reception for "Velatura: Trees and Places with Subtle Layers of Purples, Greens and Blue.” ... MORE

Arthur Chickering, SUNY Empire State College's founding vice president of academic affairs.

Arthur Chickering Named Distinguished Alumni at Teachers College, Columbia University

Posted May 9, 2017

Chickering was among the educators and scholars chosen by then SUNY Chancellor Ernest L. Boyer to review his seminal document describing the college, “Prospectus for a new University College,” in February 1971. ... MORE

Member of Assembly Charles Barron and SUNY Empire State College Chief Diversity Officer for Institutional Equity and Inclusion Elliott Dawes.

Member of Assembly Charles Barron Meets with Student/Alumni Club The Black Male Initiative

Posted May 4, 2017

The event, “The Conditions of Our Community,” took place Wednesday evening, April 19. Nearly 50 students, alumni, faculty and staff participated. ... MORE

Steve Slagle '89

Alumni Spotlight: Steve Slagle '89

Posted April 19, 2017

Steve Slagle '89, who graduated with a B.A. in The Arts, has had his new recording, "Alto Manhattan," (Panorama Records) reach No. 4 on the jazz radio charts. ... MORE

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