A new initiative of New York State Governor Andrew Cuomo has the potential to attract entrepreneurs and business veterans, which may even include alumni, back to Fredonia.
“Start-Up NY” is an unprecedented economic development plan designed to entice new and existing businesses to move to, return to, or expand within New York State — and SUNY campuses like Fredonia are at its heart.
A record turnout of students, family members and donors attended SUNY Fredonia’s annual Scholars’ Breakfast this past fall. An estimated 1,200 people filled Steele Hall Arena to witness the recognition of several hundred students and donors whose gifts have made higher education a reality for so many.
The start of a new year is always exciting, and 2014 is no exception. It’s also a fitting time to reflect upon high- lights of the past year that, not surprisingly, will spur even more excitement on campus in the months and years ahead.
What do you do when you are at that stage in your career when you aren’t sure of your next step? We’ve all been there. Maybe you no longer feel challenged or enjoy your work. Or perhaps you feel undervalued, underutilized, or don’t see upward mobility in your future.
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