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  • Hobart and William Smith Colleges appoint alumnus Vincent as next president

    by Eric Reinhardt


    GENEVA, N.Y. — Gregory Vincent, a 1983 graduate of Hobart and William Smith (HWS) Colleges, will become their next president.

    The schools’ board of trustees voted “unanimously” to name Vincent to the post, approving the candidate that the presidential-search committee had recommended, according to a news release posted on the schools’ website.

    Vincent will be the 27th president of Hobart College and the 16th of William Smith College.

    He will succeed Mark Gearan who, last August, announced he would conclude his duties as president “at the end of the 2016-17 academic year,” according to the schools’ website.


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  • Susan G. Komen awards nearly $20K grant to Crouse Health Foundation

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Crouse Health Foundation will use a grant of nearly $20,000 to encourage women in Syracuse and Onondaga County to seek breast-cancer education and screening.

    The Twin Tiers Region chapter of the Susan G. Komen organization awarded the grant funding, Crouse Health said in a news release issued Thursday.

     

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  • Digital Edition of the 4/24/17 Business Journal

    by Journal Staff

    Click Here to View the Digital Edition of the 4/24/17 Business Journal

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  • Tompkins County designated as “clean-energy community”

    by Eric Reinhardt


    Tompkins County is the first county in the Southern Tier to earn the designation as a “clean-energy community.”

    It recognizes Tompkins County’s leadership in reducing energy use, cutting costs and “driving” clean energy in its communities, the New York State Energy Research and Development Authority (NYSERDA) said in a news release issued Thursday.

    Tompkins County earned the title for completing four of 10 “high-impact,” clean-energy projects that NYSERDA identified as part of the “clean-energy communities” initiative. 

     

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  • Honeywell executive to deliver keynote address at April 27 CenterState CEO annual meeting

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Kate Adams, senior VP and general counsel at Honeywell International, Inc., is scheduled to give the keynote address at the upcoming annual meeting of CenterState CEO. The event is set for next Thursday, April 27 at the Nicholas J. Pirro Convention Center at Oncenter in Syracuse

    The luncheon is the region’s “largest” annual gathering of business and community leaders, CenterState CEO said in a news release issued Wednesday.

     

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  • Syracuse, neighboring CNY regions gain jobs in the last year

    by Eric Reinhardt

     

    The Syracuse region added 3,100 jobs, and the Ithaca area picked up 1,400 jobs between March 2016 and this past March. 

     

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  • Del Lago Resort & Casino adds charging stations for electric vehicles

    by Eric Reinhardt


    TYRE, N.Y. — Del Lago Resort & Casino is offering eight new outdoor supercharging stations and two additional standard electronvolt (EV) charging stations inside the casino parking garage.

    The new stations are part of the facility’s green initiative to “promote a cleaner environment,” del Lago said in a news release issued last Friday. 

     

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  • The MOST nets more than $90,000 in TAP fundraiser

    by Journal Staff


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — The Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science & Technology (MOST) says it raised net proceeds of $90,000 for the museum with its “TAP into the MOST” fundraiser this year.

     

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  • SUNY Poly alumna makes $75K donation for scholarship in honor of her grandmothers

    by Eric Reinhardt


    MARCY, N.Y. — A alumna of SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) has donated $75,000 to the school toward the creation of an endowed scholarship that the SUNY Poly Foundation will administer.

    The alumna wishes to remain anonymous, SUNY Poly said in a news release issued Tuesday.

    The gift comes with the stipulation that SUNY Poly provides a $25,000 matching gift to make the total endowment $100,000.


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  • NSF awards Syracuse professors nearly $1M grant to recruit “underrepresented” students in STEM fields

    by Eric Reinhardt


    SYRACUSE, N.Y. — Four Syracuse University (SU) professors will use a grant of nearly $1 million for a program to “support recruitment and retention of underrepresented” students in the STEM fields.


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