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SUNY Poly rises further in the

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Online B.S. in Nursing

SUNY Poly announces the launch of an

online B.S. in nursing program.
Faculty Profile: Dr. John Marsh, Cybersecurity: Network & Computer Security


Student, Faculty + Staff Profiles: Graduate Cybersecurity program is now available online... 

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The NY-PEMC SiC Line at SUNY Poly's Albany NanoTech Complex.

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Located in New York's capital city, SUNY Poly's Albany campus offers degrees in the emerging disciplines of nanoscience and nanoengineering, as well as cutting-edge nanobioscience and nanoeconomics programs. 


Aerial view of the SUNY Poly Utica Campus. Student Center in foreground

Students come from all over New York, many other states, and more than 20 other nations to enroll in STEM-focused programs, business, nursing, and more.


As 1 of 35 students participating in SUNY Poly’s Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP), Sam Straney is gaining valuable research experience in Prof. Michael Carpenter’s lab by modeling pressure sensors in COMSOL and testing the viability of materials for use in sensors.On October 23, 2008 State legislators and other dignitaries joined faculty, staff and students in the ground breaking of our new Student Center at our Utica campus! New York Senator Joseph Griffo, Assemblywoman RoAnn Destito, Oneida County Executive Anthony Picente, President Wolf Yeigh and others are present in this photo. The construction of the new Student Center began in 2009 @sunypolyalumni 
#ThrowbackThursday #FromTheMillsToMarcy #SUNYPoly #UpperDivision #SUNYTech #SUNYIT #ProudToBeAWildcat #WildcatHistory #SUNYPolyHistory #TheBridgeDuring the summer of 1969 SUNY stated that they were “zeroing in” on a site. Donovan said four or more sites were under serious consideration: Marcy, the "Cosby Manor Road area”, Oriskany, and a location off Route 12 in New Hartford, NY. The SUNY Trustees approved of the selection of the Marcy location on October 31, 1969. The selection allowed the state to acquire more than 60 parcels of land in the town of Marcy, north and west of the City of Utica, a site that totaled more than 800 acres. This photo shows an early view (1970) of one portion of the campus acreage. 
#ThrowbackThursday #FromTheMillsToMarcy #SUNYPoly #UpperDivision #SUNYTech #SUNYIT #ProudToBeAWildcat #WildcatHistory #SUNYPolyHistoryOur students look to better the local Utica community and show their talents through different internship opportunities with local businesses, just like Rachel and @ochc_localhistory ! Keep up the great work Rachel! #SUNYPoly #UticaNY #Repost
Welcome Rachel! Rachel joins the history center this summer from @sunypolytechnic where she is entering her senior year as an Interdisciplinary Studies major. She’ll spend her time assisting us with the organization and inventory of our oversized maps collection.
#summerintern #localhistory #museumlife #volunteersrock

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