$44 Million State Investment in SUNY Poly
To read the full release from the Governor’s Office, click here.
To view video of the announcement, click here.
To view more photos, click here.
SUNY Polytechnic Institute welcomed State and SUNY leaders to campus on November 17, on what was a historic day for the institution. Governor Kathy Hochul and SUNY Chancellor John B. King, Jr. announced a $44 million State investment in SUNY Poly, which will expand the current health science wing and update nursing labs in Donovan Hall, as well as create a semiconductor processing lab for workforce development, and a robotics and advanced manufacturing research and education lab.
The investment in SUNY Poly is made possible through the State University of New York Capital Construction Funds, State Budget and appropriations secured by State Assemblymember Marianne Buttenschon.
“SUNY Poly is incredibly grateful for this investment in our institution, as well as the continued support and advocacy of Governor Kathy Hochul, SUNY Chancellor John B. King Jr., Assemblywoman Buttenschon and all of our elected officials,” said SUNY Poly President Dr. Winston Soboyejo. “At a time of tremendous growth in the Mohawk Valley, these capital infrastructure advancements, made by possible by this investment, will allow us to further serve our students, create additional pathways for collaboration with industry and community partners, in addition to continuing to meet the workforce development and upskilling needs of industry in New York State and beyond.”
Several local and regional media outlets were in attendance at the event. See their coverage linked below!
Central NY Business Journal