The university ranked No. 14 in New York, according to a recent ranking based on cost, student success and reputation.
Work, home and homework all merge for non-traditional student Patricia Parshall.
The university expects 1,384 first-year students, the most in the more than three decades first-year attendance has been tracked.
June has been declared Aphasia Awareness Month locally thanks to the Communication Disorders and Sciences Department.
Lynn Couturier MacDonald was elevated for her campus, state and national service in her field.
Seven university faculty and staff members received a SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence.
The award is the highest student honor presented by New York’s public university system.
Graduate students in athletic training and members of Emergency Medical Services practiced a rescue scenario involving a suspected cervical injury.
Jenna Kratz and Matthew Milano serve as model future physical and health educators.
Red Dragon connections to the big game include an assistant coach, the NFL’s senior director of event operations and four current sport management majors.
The new Institute for DIII Athlete Well-being and Athletic Leadership hosts a Feb. 7 online event.
The 500-plus scholarships for returning students range in amount from $500 to $7,700.
A $1 million project brings an open concept and new equipment to the John L. Sciera ’52 Athletic Training Room in Park Center.
First-year student was one of 81 young golfers selected to compete with the pros at annual tournament.
A sport management major is doing vital behind-the-scenes work for the Milwaukee Bucks.