Each year, SUNY Poly reflects on the many accomplishments of our campus communities. Our campus leadership commissions a video acknowledging the contributions our faculty, staff, and students have made to research, athletics, student engagement, and more.
First and foremost, as New York’s Public Polytechnic, we provide a top-tier education recognized by our most recent U.S. News & World Report rankings suggesting our academic strength, affordability and low debt loads for our students, as well as our continued focus on fostering upward social mobility and supporting veterans. U.S. News named SUNY Poly 9th in its “Best Regional Universities-North” category, advancing three spots from last year as part of the publication’s 2022-2023 rankings. In addition, for the fourth year in a row, SUNY Poly ranked 2nd in the “Top Public Schools” Regional Universities-North category. In this same regional category, SUNY Poly remained in the top 20 for “Top Performers on Social Mobility,” moving up three positions from the previous year to 16th, and SUNY Poly remained in the top 50 for “Best Value Schools.”
Other accomplishments include:
- Professor Andrew Gallup’s research on the science of ‘contagious’ yawning featured in several publications
- Professors Adam McLain and Lauren Endres receive $105K+ from NIH National Institute on Aging to better understand the aging process
- A team of SUNY Poly students ranked 2nd in International Hackfest
- A team of SUNY Poly engineering students won 2nd place in the annual CREATE Program to Help Those with Disabilities
- Securing additional transfer articulation agreements, including colleges such as Fulton-Montgomery Community College
- Men’s basketball player Josh Gregory named NAC Men’s Basketball Player of the Year
- The addition of mixed team varsity golf to our varsity lineup
Watch the video to learn more!