Zackary Nisbet ’23 - Network and Computer Security: Cybersecurity

Zackary Nisbet has always been interested in technology, whether it be coding or taking computers apart, but he was also fascinated by human behavior. It was because of the latter that he began his collegiate career at SUNY Binghamton as a Psychology major. But as time went on, he felt it wasn’t the right decision […]

Maggie Clive '23: Nursing

As a junior in high school, New Hartford native Maggie Clive was on the fence about whether she wanted to study nursing or engineering. During that time period, the paternal side of her family would lose two of its pillars, her aunt and grandfather who passed away from breast cancer and melanoma, respectively. “It hit […]

Myles Duah '23: Computer/Information Science

When he was a rising tenth grader attending a six-week summer intensive called “All-Star Code,” Staten Island native Myles Duah developed an interest in computer science. The goal of the program is to create economic opportunity for young men of color by developing an entrepreneurial mindset and supplying the tools needed to succeed in the […]

Veronika Palmova '24: Psychology

Name: Veronika Palmova Hometown: Litvinov, Czech Republic Major: Psychology Minor: Criminal Justice, Community and Behavioral Health Graduation Year: 2024 Why did you choose SUNY Poly? After being an exchange student 20 minutes away from Poly, I wanted to come back to America for college. I didn’t want to go to a completely new environment though, […]

Audrey Horton '24: Business Administration

Name: Audrey Horton Hometown: Johnson City, NY Graduation Year: 2024 Major: Business Administration Minor: Human Resource Management Why did you choose SUNY Poly? I transferred from SUNY Broome and graduated early in December 2022 with my Associate’s degree in Business Administration. I started off there because I was not really sure what I wanted to […]

SUNY Poly Nanoscale Engineering Senior Justin Nhan Shares Experience Contributing to 2nm Technology

The recent news that IBM has produced computer chips with components that are only 2 nanometers in size reverberated around the globe in May 2021. IBM researchers at the Albany Nanotech Complex developed the groundbreaking chip architecture, and SUNY Polytechnic Institute nanoscale engineering student Justin Nhan, now a senior, is thrilled to have been involved […]

Graduate Student Q + A: Garrett Hassard, Accounting, B.S. ’20

Name: Garrett Hassard Degree: M.S. in Accountancy with a focus in Forensic Accounting and Valuation Hometown: Oneonta, NY Expected Graduation Year: May 2022 Why did you choose SUNY Poly? I chose SUNY Poly because of the small class sizes and because accounting, my area of study, is accredited by the AACSB, which only 5% of […]

SUNY Poly Student Alex Huard Uses Magic to Raise Money for Rescue Mission of Utica

SUNY Poly student Alex Huard looked forward to sharing some magic with his fellow students. In SUNY Poly’s Information Design Technology (MS) program, Alex is also the leader of SUNY Poly’s Magic: The Gathering club. He had attended the gaming convention, PAX Unplugged 2019, and purchased 25 special booster packs for the card game. “I […]

Internship Q + A: Jack Rogers, SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions

Name: Jack Rogers Expected Graduation: May 2020 Program of Study: Ph.D. candidate in Nanoscale Science Internship Organization: SCREEN Semiconductor Solutions Organization’s area of work: SCREEN is a global leader in the semiconductor equipment manufacturing industry. SCREEN provides tools and equipment for lithography, wet cleaning, thermal annealing, and metrology. How did you find out about the […]

My Study Abroad Story: Hayley Breeyear

I studied abroad in Cambridge, England, in the fall of 2018, attending Anglia Ruskin University. I spent some of my early days exploring, punting on the canals near Cambridge University, seeing King’s College Chapel, and visiting Cambridge University’s Botanical gardens. There is a market just off of the city centre that I walked through many […]

Student Profile: Ashley Paw

While the Cayan Library on SUNY Poly’s Utica campus may be the go-to for Ashley Paw during a typical semester, the junior majoring in Network and Computer Security traded in those familiar stacks this past fall for the impressive records of the Library of Congress in Washington, D.C. It was just one of the many […]

Internship Q & A: Gretchen Long, Harvard Stem Cell Institute

Name: Gretchen Long Expected Graduation: May 2020 Program of Study: Nanoscale Science with a Nanobioscience focus Internship Organization: Harvard Stem Cell Institute Organization’s area of work: The Harvard Stem Cell Institute works to advance stem cell biology and translational medicine across Harvard and its 8 affiliated hospitals What did you focus on during your internship […]

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