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  • Two Farmingdale State College Degrees Are SUNY “Firsts”

    Posted on November 20, 2016

    A BT in Interaction Design and MS in Technology Management — both on the boards for fall 2017 — will be the first degrees of their kind in SUNY. The MS is particularly noteworthy in that it will be Farmingdale’s first-ever master’s degree. Interaction Design is a field dedicated to creating relationships between people and […]

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  • SUNY Colleagues on the Move

    Posted on November 20, 2016

    From Farmingdale State College… Kathy Coley, senior director of communications, has joined the American Association of State Colleges and Universities AASCU’s 2017 Communications Conference for Senior Professionals Conference Planning Committee. Coley is responsible for media relations and marketing for the college. A recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service and the Farmingdale College […]

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  • SUNYCUAD Colleagues on the Move

    Posted on August 9, 2016

    From Broome Community College… The Broome Community College Foundation recently welcomed Regina M. Alfieri as its new director of alumni engagement. Regina graduated with a liberal arts degree from Broome in 2009. For the past five years, she has worked at Binghamton University in the areas of admissions and recruiting, career services and TRIO Programs. […]

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  • SUNYCUAD Hits a Home Run

    Posted on August 9, 2016

    No doubt about it — the 2016 SUNYCUAD Educational Conference was a bases-loaded home run! For three days, from June 8-10, we enjoyed tremendous networking opportunities and considerable sage advice from top-notch SUNY advancement professionals. And, of course, conference-goers won’t soon forget that side-splitting final presentation by the fabulous Beekman Boys – “Amazing” reality TV […]

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  • New SUNYCUAD Career Coaching Program Available

    Posted on August 9, 2016

    SUNYCUAD is offering a new career coaching professional development program to connect experienced SUNYCUAD members with newcomers to the SUNY advancement community. The new program provides a SUNYCUAD career coach to newcomers who are either new to SUNY or the advancement field within the past five years, or who have switched fields within advancement recently. […]

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  • A Message from the SUNYCUAD President

    Posted on August 1, 2016

    Dear Colleagues: Summer is here, vacations are in full swing, and we’ve just wrapped up another successful SUNYCUAD Educational Conference. I want to again congratulate and thank the Cooperstown conference committee — Brian Rudolph, Ben Wendrow, Rhea Chase, Daryl Geddes, Nancy Prott and Jennifer Wilson — as well as everyone else who helped make our […]

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  • Cornell To Host Town-Gown Conference

    Posted on March 16, 2016

    Cornell University’s Office of Community Relations will host a one-day conference on town-gown economic development on Thursday, March 31 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. in Ithaca, N.Y. Housing, transportation, infrastructure, business incubators tax abatements, success stories, government programs, and other issues will be discussed at the conference. For more information, contact Cornell’s Director of […]

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  • Charlton Scholars Awards Now Open

    Posted on March 16, 2016

    Are you a newcomer to SUNY or have you changed roles in a SUNY advancement field over the past 3 years? If so, consider applying for the Charlton Scholars Program, which provides scholarships to select SUNYCUAD members for registration and on-site expenses to the SUNYCUAD Annual Educational Conference, to be held this year from June […]

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  • Message from SUNYCUAD President Dan Doyle, Spring 2016

    Posted on March 16, 2016

    Dear Colleagues: Spring is upon us and the SUNYCUAD Board of Directors is working harder than ever to advance your professional organization. Professional development and networking opportunities for the membership remain at the core of SUNYCUAD’s mission. Several campuses joined us in November for Measuring Alumni Engagement in SUNY: Social Media Benchmarking and Best Practices. […]

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  • SUNY Introduces “Features”

    Posted on November 2, 2015

    SUNY is pleased to announce a new online initiative highlighting news of events and achievements throughout its 64 campuses. SUNY Features showcase the wide range of academic opportunities available to SUNY students and faculty as well as demonstrate our campuses’ commitment to addressing New York’s current needs and priorities.

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