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Communication and collaboration were key for 15 Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) peer mentors taking part in team-building exercises in preparation for this year’s EOP Summer Academy. More than 100 students are expected to participate in the academy, a four-week intensive summer program designed to assist students with adjusting to college and providing a foundation for academic success. The program runs from July 14-Aug. 10.
SUNY Morrisville has earned a STARS Silver rating in recognition of its sustainability achievements from the Association for the Advancement of Sustainability in Higher Education (AASHE). STARS, the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System, measures and encourages sustainability in all aspects of higher education.
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SUNY Morrisville student Hunter White is already making his mark in the environmental industry. He is among the State University of New York’s inaugural class of paid student interns from the SUNY Climate Corps Internship Program. Thirty-six SUNY students from eight campuses were selected for immersive, real-life work experiences in research and policy at state agencies with environmental and sustainability missions and SUNY System Administration.
They learned about renewable energy, watched a tower climb demonstration, saw a giant solar array, a dentless auto paint repair, car wrap and detail, and heard how sunflowers can be turned into fuel to run a car. It was all part of SUNY Morrisville’s exploration day during its Automotive & Clean Energy Summer Institute. The event offered a chance for participants to explore opportunities and emerging technologies in automotive, diesel, agricultural technology and renewable energy.
There were more than 100 students and plenty of robots! SUNY Morrisville’s Science and Technology Entry (STEP) Robotics Team was among 11 schools that put their robots to the test during a Statewide Robotics Competition held May 31 at Adelphi University in Garden City, New York.
SUNY Morrisville is hosting a Human Services Institute Conference: “Strategies for Delivery and Investment in K-12 Mental Health Services,” Friday, June 14, from 8:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. in STUAC at the SUNY Morrisville Campus.  The event, for mental health professionals, school counselors, social workers, school psychologists, special education administrators, principals and superintendents, is a presentation of school-based mental health programs that are working, as well as strategies for funding and sustainability.
MORRISVILLE, NY — Four SUNY Morrisville faculty and staff members were recently honored with Chancellor’s Awards for Excellence by the State University of New York and SUNY Chancellor John B. King, Jr.   Receiving the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching is: Julanne Burton, of Earlville, associate professor of social science and coordinator of the SUNY Morrisville Human Services Institute
SUNY Morrisville is offering free training for prospective students, educators, guidance counselors and others interested in exploring opportunities and emerging technologies in automotive, diesel, agricultural technology, agricultural engineering and renewable energy through its Automotive & Clean Energy Summer Institute June 24-27.
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