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SUNY Alumni Are Changing The World

Ask around — you'll find SUNY alumni running local businesses, teaching in schools, saving lives in hospitals, fighting to save the environment, building careers in the trades, leading global corporations, making world-changing discoveries, even orbitting the earth. Browse #MySUNYStory on social media to see what they're up to.

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Terry Gross

NPR Radio, host of Fresh Air

Terry is a renowned journalist who is the host and co-executive producer of Fresh Air, a popular radio show that is distributed nationally by NPR. She earned her bachelor's degree in English and a Master of Education degree in communications from the University at Buffalo.

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Michael Mastermaker

Comic Book Artist, Warp Zone Graphics

Michael is a comic book artist and owner of Warp Zone Graphics. He currently works for Lucasfilm and Marvel Comics, creating illustrations for use in their trading card sets. His career began with a degree in advertising art and design from Farmingdale State College.

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John Dau

Human Rights Leader

John is human rights activist known around the world and a graduate of Onondaga Community College. Through his John Dau Foundation, he helps develop healthcare facilities in his native south Sudan, helping tens of thousands of people in need.

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Nearly 3 million SUNY alumni hold positions of leadership and influence around the globe, from scientific research to government, business, athletics, performing arts, and more. See what some of the change agents that graduated from SUNY are doing today.

Notable SUNY Alumni

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As a SUNY alum, a world of opportunity is at your fingertips. You can reconnect with the alumni office at your alma mater, volunteer with a local or regional chapter opportunity, locate fellow SUNY alumni, find networking events all across New York, or support future students just like you.