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Montana Wolf ’22 – Electrical Engineering Technology

Name: Montana Wolf Hometown: Cincinnatus, New York Major: Electrical Engineering Technology Graduation Year: 2022 Why did you choose SUNY Poly? The lower cost for the same education as a private college was a driving factor for me. I loved the people and the small college atmosphere here at SUNY Poly. I was also recruited to …

Anthony Ragosta ’15: Civil Engineering Technology

Name: Anthony Ragosta Major: Civil Engineering Technology Minor: Mathematics Graduation Year: 2015 Current position: Director of Engineering & Operations – ceEntek  North America  Why did you choose SUNY Poly? It was affordable, had great athletic facilities for a small school, and it was somewhat local.  Why did you choose your major(s)? What did you like about your …

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Jarrett Iannotti: Network & Computer Security

Name: Jarrett Iannotti Hometown: Glenville, NY Major: Network & Computer Security Minor: Computer Science Graduation Year: 2022 Jarrett is currently working for Booz Allen Hamilton, a government contract fir based in Washington, DC. He is currently working at their regional office on the former Griffis Airforce base in Rome, NY. Why did you choose SUNY …

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Joseph Killian ’22: Accelerated BS/MS program in Computer Science

Name: Joseph Killian Hometown: Grand Island, NY Major(s): BS/MS Computer Science BS in Mathematics Graduation Year: Fall 2022 In January 2023, Joseph began his fully funded offer for the Computer Science Ph.D. program at Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. He intends to do research with deep learning using natural language processing and how that applies to problems …

Krysta Beha at graduation

Alumni Q + A: Krysta Beha, Nursing, B.S. ’18, Nursing Education, M.S. ’22

Major: Nursing (B.S.), Nursing Education (M.S.)Hometown: Marcy, NYGraduation Month/Year: B.S. 2018, M.S. 2022 Krysta Beha is currently a Nursing Instructor at the St. Elizabeth College of Nursing. Why did you choose SUNY Poly?I chose SUNY Poly for the strong nursing program and for the opportunity to compete on the women’s lacrosse team as an undergraduate. …

Experience Matters: Summer Internships

Summer is an excellent time for students to obtain practical experience in their field of study. Over the summer months, many SUNY Poly students choose to pursue an internship or other applied learning experience to satisfy a degree requirement, gain experience, and build connections with employers in careers they are interested in pursuing. Read about …

Summer Undergraduate Research Program

Students from SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) and universities across the United States participated in the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) this summer. SUNY Poly’s SURP provided the 21 students who participated in the program with a unique opportunity to spend 10 weeks conducting hands-on research at SUNY Poly’s Albany and Utica campuses. This innovative, …

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Student Q + A: Haley Couch, Mechanical Engineering Technology

 Name: Haley Couch Major: Mechanical Engineering Technology Hometown: East Otis, Massachusetts Why did you choose SUNY Poly? My senior year of high school I came to visit SUNY Poly on my way back home from another college. There wasn’t an open house or anything going on besides a normal day on campus and within …

Julia Jaikin in her office

Alumni Q + A: Julia Jaikin, Psychology B.A. ’16

 Name: Julia Jaikin, D.C. SUNY Poly Degree: B.A. in Psychology Hometown: Dolgeville, New York Graduation Year: 2016 Dr. Julia Jaikin is currently practicing as a chiropractor at Central New York Spine & Rehab, a multi-disciplinary clinic with neurologists, neurosurgeons and pain management doctors. Why did you choose to transfer to SUNY Poly? When I …

Niranjan Addanki

Niranjan Addanki, Computer & Information Science, M.S., ’18: ‘SUNY Poly was a game changer for me’

A few years before moving to New York City to pursue a career in cybersecurity – specifically within the specialty of bot mitigation – SUNY Polytechnic Institute (SUNY Poly) alumnus Niranjan Addanki could be found scrambling between classrooms in Donovan Hall, eagerly working to tackle his next big-data research project. A native of India, Niranjan …

Justine Imundo

Justine Imundo ’17, ’18, Finds Her Niche in Software Development at SUNY Poly

Utica native Justine Imundo M.S., ‘17, ’18, admits a career in software development might have been overlooked if her interest in the STEM field had not been piqued by an opportunity in high school through the BOCES Regional Program for Excellence. Justine, who currently works as a Software Developer for Capraro Technologies Inc., Utica, first …

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Faculty Profile: Dr. John Marsh, Cybersecurity: Network & Computer Security

“Working with students and helping them launch their careers” that is what Dr. John Marsh, Associate Professor of Computer and Information Science, enjoys the most about working at SUNY Poly. Before entering the world of academics and wearing the multiple hats of an Associate Professor, and Program Chair, Dr. Marsh studied physics in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania …