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Title: SUNY Means Business


1
SUNY Means Business
  • The Impact of the State University on the
    Upstate Economy

2
Western New York Colleges
Niagara
Erie
U. Buffalo
Empire State
Buffalo State
Alfred
Fredonia
Ceramics at Alfred
Jamestown
3
Total enrollment
410,725
  • SUNY Enrollment Fall 2003
  • Degrees Granted in 2002
  • Western New York Colleges Enrollment
    2003
  • Degrees Granted in 2002

72,413
70,211
12,861
4
Quality of the Student Body
  • SAT scores of 2002 incoming freshmen class at
    University Centers at all-time high of 1179
  • 2003 freshman applicants at state operated
    campuses up 3.2.
  • 2003 transfer applicants at state operated
    campuses up 6.5
  • 2003 community college applicants up 7.2
  • 2003 applicants with high school average above
    95.5 up 3.6
  • 2003 applicants with high school average above
    90.5 up 7.4
  • SUNY graduation rates are above the national
    average
  • 73,600 minority students, 18.3 of student body
    is an all-time high.

5
The State University of New York Alumni
2 million
  • Total SUNY Alumni more than
  • Western New York Colleges

488,223
6
Total All Funds Budget
7.2 Billion
  • Total SUNY Budget Up 44 from 1995
  • Western New York Colleges Budget

1.14 Billion
7
Number of Employees
75,000
  • Total SUNY Employees
  • Western New York Colleges Employees

12,167
8
Capital Construction Budget
  • The 1998 five-year 2 billion Capital Plan has
    enabled the University to undertake more than
    1,100 construction projects for laboratories,
    classrooms, art studios, stadiums, student
    centers and more at campuses across the state.
  • In the 1998 plan, the Western New York Colleges
    received 256.5 million.
  • Governor Pataki has proposed a new five-year
    plan with an additional 2.55 billion that would
    continue rebuilding the SUNY infrastructure
    through 2008, with as many as 1,200 new projects.

9
Research Funding
  • 766.7 million in FY 2002-03
  • 9 increase over last year and up 62
    over five years
  • 9,000 research projects support 21,000
    jobs in New York
  • Goal is to reach 1 billion annually

10
Technology Transfer
  • The State University of New York is now ranked
    as the 8th largest producer of patents of all
    universities public and private according to the
    United States Patents and Trademarks Office,
    just behind the Universities of California and
    Texas, MIT and Stanford.
  • Ranked 9th of New York organizations in patents
    from 1997-2001, behind IBM, Kodak, General
    Electric, and Corning.
  • SUNY patents generated 17.6 million in FY 2002.
  • SUNY ranked 15th for royalties earned by
    universities nationally.
  • In the past 2 years, SUNY inventions have
    generated more licensing income than Harvard,
    Johns Hopkins, Georgia Tech, Carnegie Mellon,
    Princeton and the University of Michigan.

11
Centers of Excellence
  • 1.2 billion of investment
  • 3 of 5 centers located on SUNY campuses
  • Bioinformatics at University at Buffalo
    HP, Dell, Veridian, Sun Microsystems
  • Nanoelectronics at University at Albany
    IBM, Sematech, GE, Tokyo Electron
  • Wireless Internet and Information Technology
    at Stony Brook Computer Associates, Symbol
    Technologies, Reuters

12
SUNY Plays an Important Role in Homeland
Defense in four Critical Areas
  • Cyber Security and Information Assurance
  • Biodefense and Biopreparedness
  • Infrastructure Protection/Sensors
  • Training

13
Small Business Development Center
  • Since 1984, SUNYs SBDCs have worked with 207,000
    businesses, helping them invest more than 2.3
    billion in the states economy.
  • SUNYs Buffalo SBDC, located at Buffalo State
    College, has worked directly with 12,654
    businesses, helping them invest 105,819,309 in
    the areas economy, and helping create or save
    6,417 jobs since 1984.

Community College Workforce Development Training
Grants
  • In 2003, SUNYs 30 community colleges will train
    9,300 private sector employees, create 600 new
    jobs and save 9,500 existing jobs with the 1.8
    million Workforce Development Training Grants.
  • In 2003, Erie and Jamestown Community Colleges
    will receive 159,000 in State funding to train
    1,131 workers.

14
Coming Soon!
SUNY Resources Online
The 64 campuses of the State University of New
York have tremendous resources. To further make
these resources more available and accessible, we
are now in the process of building a Web site
that will put online our faculty, our programs,
our graduates, our research centers and more so
that business from any part of the state can
reach into the SUNY system and find students to
hire, professors to use as consultants and
programs that you might contract with to solve
your business problems.
If you touch the State University anywhere, you
touch the State University everywhere.
15
SUNY Means Business
  • The Impact of the State University on the Upstate
    Economy
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