The college has announced the 36 students who are being honored as the “Best and Brightest” for the fall 2012 semester. The “Best and Brightest” program acknowledges students for outstanding academic engagement, outstanding co-curricular engagement, and outstanding current or sustained service to the college and/or local community. Faculty and staff members nominate the students for [...]
I would like to thank SUNY Shine for the beautiful basket of flowers sent to my home while I was recovering from eye surgery. Flowers from friends……it doesn’t get any better than that. Gloria Hall, Residential Community Life Office
Dr. Michael Brown (Psychology) was chosen by the Center for Lesbian and Gay Studies as the 2nd place winner for their highly competitive Paul Monette-Roger Horwitz Dissertation Prize. He has been invited to give a talk on his dissertation, “The Role of Homophobia and Gender Role Beliefs in Judgments of Same-Sex Intimate Partner Violence” at [...]
John Relethford’s recent paper in the American Journal of Physical Anthropology on the population genetics of the Irish Travellers was chosen as a “Research Highlight” in the December 6 issue of the international science journal Nature (492:10, 2012).
Miracles Do Happen!!!!!! For the past five years, Food vs. Fuel has worked diligently to increase the number of needy senior households for winter food deliveries. This year, 21 households have been reached! Twenty-one needy senior families will receive food that will help to sustain them for several months. They will also receive a holiday [...]