What can the chosen candidate of New York’s 24th Congressional District do to bring more jobs and improve the economy in Central New York? We’ve heard from the candidates on social security and on drug policy. Today WAER’s Chris Bolt asks the candidates how they are trying to cope with a business landscape that’s constantly evolving.
The swift closure of I-T-T Technical Institute in Liverpool has placed many students in a precarious situation. Some other colleges are looking at the closing as an opportunity for students to apply. The Dean of University College at Syracuse University, Bea Gonzalez says it’s very possible that some I-T-T class credits will transfer over.
One of the annual rites-of-passage every spring is the release of the Syracuse M-and-T Jazzfest Lineup. This year’s announcement has plenty of story lines...the music, the local gathering of talent, and some national recognition for the founder.
At 5 p.m. Friday, the first notes of the 33rd edition of the M&T Syracuse Jazz Fest will depart from the instruments from the students that make up the city of Syracuse's Park & Rec All-Star Band and roll out over the campus of Onondaga Community College.
The growing Agri-business and food processing industries in Central New York are calling for specially trained workers and skill sets. Onondaga Community College is developing the curriculum to support employee demand by partnering with the state and employers.
Onondaga Community College’s newest buildings are receiving high marks for their environmental features. The Academic II building and the SRC Arena and Events Center received the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Gold certification by the U.S. Green Building Council Tuesday morning. Being certified by the U.S. Green Building Council means that the building design and construction met specific green building criteria.