Helping Others: Students in Sociology Classes, Student Volunteer Organization Assist Community Groups
Service Learning projects benefit community members and students at the same time. SVO to display tree at Festival of Trees.
Pamela McCall, Director of College and High School Partnerships, Selected for 2023 Hispanic Leadership Institute
One of nine emerging Hispanic/Latinx leaders chosen for the HLI, a program within the SUNY Office of Diversity, Equity and Inclusion.
Group examining trees, ecology, and invasive worms near Cowhorn Creek.
Author John Carroll '16: " 'Troubleshooting' portrays the struggle neurodivergent people often face when they desire connection and closeness."
Guests Treated to Gourmet Excellence As Students, Celebrity Chefs, and Faculty Shine During "Chefs for Success"
Event hosted by the SUNY Schenectady School of Hotel, Culinary Arts and Tourism raises funds for scholarships, guest chefs, and student leadership.
New Microcredentials In Behavioral Health, Child Development, Fundamentals of Baking/Confections, and Global Business and Transportation
Short-term, focused microcredentials focus on in-demand skills for career advancement, increased earning potential, and pathways to certificate/degrees.
Counseling, Resource Hub, Food Pantry are all part of overall wellness programs.
National Grid provides funding for advanced manufacturing mobile unit for education/training.
Gourmet dining room, bakery, and charcuterie serving delicious meals, desserts, and hand-crafted products.
Early Childhood Students Develop STEM Activities for Children in Integrated Laboratory Preschool On Campus
"I really like working with the kids and learning from them. I'm learning how to be a better teacher for them." Jahnice Crawford, Early Childhood major