On August 2, 2011, the second Power of SUNY Leadership Retreat was held at SUNY Plaza. At this meeting, team leaders were asked to review, prioritize and determine resources for programs and goals determined by the implementation teams in support of The Power of SUNY.
In Fall 2011, SUNY released the second Power of SUNY report card. This report card used baseline measurements from the Spring 2011 report card to show early progress in The Power of SUNY.
On October 5, 2011, SUNY kicked off Regional Campus Showcase Days with the first held at Stony Brook University. The intent of these events is to highlight the strengths and accomplishments of SUNY campuses in 10 regions throughout New York State.
To view more information on any of the Regional Campus Showcase Days events, please use the interactive map below:
Use the map to learn more about each Regional Showcase.
SUNY Showcase Regions
On November 7, 2011, the third Power of SUNY Leadership Retreat was held at SUNY Plaza. At this meeting, team leaders were asked to define our The Power of SUNY investment strategy, related processes and opportunities to leverage our seed investments to achieve systemic impact.
On January 9, 2012, Chancellor Nancy Zimpher delivered her second State of the University address entitled "Getting Down to Business" at the Egg in Albany's Empire State Plaza.
On May 14, 2012, the fourth Power of SUNY Leadership Retreat was held at SUNY Plaza. At this meeting, team leaders were asked to develop business plans for projects their teams expect to work on in the coming year in support of The Power of SUNY.
SUNY Passport Presentation, SUNY and the Vibrant Community
For additional information related to this meeting, please click here: 05/14/12 Leadership Retreat
On November 8th and 9th, 2012 the State University of New York will held its Second Annual Critical Issues in Higher Education Conference. With demands on higher education becoming greater than ever, the 2012 Critical Issues in Higher Education Conference explored new models for building and rebuilding educational "systemness" to meet the economic and political challenges ahead.
For more information on the conference, please click here or on the poster below.