The SUNY Erie men's basketball team are now Region III champions, and are set to dance against North Carolina's Louisberg in the first round of the NJCAA Division II Championship Tournament on March 20.
SUNY Erie Community College instructor Sherri Kobis, an assistant professor of Mathematics and Computer Science at North Campus, has been chosen as a 2018 recipient of the prestigious National Institute for Staff and Organizational Development (NISOD) Excellence Award.
After snaring second and seventh place in their mid-February Region III Tournament, the SUNY Erie Community College men’s and women’s are now ready to host its NJCAA National Championships on its home AMF Airport Lanes (3754 Genesee St., Cheektowaga) on March 2 (8 a.m.) and March 3 (8:30 a.m.).
SUNY Erie Community College’s Men of Merit Program kicked off its Spring 2018 Distinguished Speaker Series with Buffalo City Court Judge Craig D. Hannah inside the College’s City Campus Auditorium on February 14.
Led by guard combo Kasey Walker-Gregg and Michael Motley, SUNY Erie men’s basketball surged to its 10th win over its last 12 games with a 110-70 blowout of Genesee Community College inside the Burt Flickinger Athletic Center on February 14.
In its last tune-up before the upcoming Region III championships on February 16, SUNY Erie Community College’s swimming and diving squads fell to I-90 rival Monroe Community College, 116-66 (women) and 172-39 (men) inside its home West Herr Natatorium at the Burt Flickinger Athletic Center on January 31.
SUNY Erie Community College’s “Pathways to Success” Pre-Collegiate Studies Program has begun its Spring 2018 session, and registration is now open for those looking to enroll.
SUNY Erie Community College is pleased to announce Penelope Howard as its new executive vice president of Administration and Finance, effective January 4, 2018.
Nursing alum Sam Tripi successfully transitioned from a career in pharmaceuticals sales to health care administration, thanks to the affordable foundation earned at SUNY Erie Community College.
SUNY Erie men’s basketball has snared wins behind outstanding individual player performances all season. But on January 12 against Jefferson Community College, the entire Kats team joined the act.
After a lengthy holiday break, the SUNY Erie Community College men’s hockey squad continued their pre-vacation-established winning streak and pushed it to four with a pair of weekend wins over Penn State Behrand, 6-2 (January 6) and 3-2 (January 7) at Buffalo’s HarborCenter.
Dariush H. Zadeh, Ph. D., PE, professor of Mechanical Engineering Technology at SUNY Erie's North Campus, has recently received international recognition and has published an article, "Electronic Structures of Elements according to Ionization Energies" in the Journal of Molecular Modeling.
SUNY Erie Community College Criminal Justice students Henry Urbanczyk (pictured above) and Nicholas Pordan were recently awarded $1,000 scholarships by security organization ASIS International at its local chapter’s 43rd annual Law Enforcement Appreciation Luncheon, held at Salvatore’s Italian Gardens on December 14.
In advance of the holiday break, both SUNY Erie Community basketball programs traveled to Rockville, Maryland and earned their fans early gifts, returning with first place (men) and third (women) in the Montgomery College Holiday Tournament, held on December 16-17.
SUNY Erie Community College faculty and staff celebrated the culmination of its first annual 12 Days of Giving food drive inside its North Campus Spring Student Center on December 13.
Now in the thick of the holiday season, a collection of students from SUNY Erie Community College’s Law Enforcement Training Academy (LETA) took time away from classes and course exercises to selflessly assist members of their Western New York community.
Last April, the SUNY Erie Community College Dental Hygiene instructor Joan Ellison traveled to Kasese, Uganda to volunteer for the education- and healthcare-focused Community Health & Education for Rural Africa.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Men of Merit Program concluded its 2017-18 Distinguished Speaker Series with Dr. Fred Archer, medical director of the Hodges Pediatric Clinic at John R. Oishei Children’s Hospital, inside the College’s City Campus Auditorium on December 6.
After two big wins over the past week, the SUNY Erie men’s basketball program edged their early-season record over .500, surging to 4-3 with victories over conference and non-conference opponents.
In a field open to students from nearly 75,000 schools around the country, SUNY Erie’s Stephen VillaReale earned second place overall in the decades-old Mastercam Wildest Parts competition, making it the ninth consecutive year that a SUNY Erie student has been awarded either first, second or third place in the contest.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Nursing Department presented the College’s nursing pin to graduating students at its Nursing Senior Class Pinning Ceremony on Monday, November 20, 2017 inside the Minnie Gillette Auditorium of SUNY Erie City Campus.
A collection of SUNY Erie Community College Social Science students have spent part of their fall semester connecting with their community through volunteer work at the Resource Council of Western New York and its community center at 347 East Ferry St. in Buffalo.
SUNY Erie alumnus Nicholas S. Jones ’15—Liberal Arts and Sciences – General Studies, a 2014 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Student Excellence recipient, former Kats football player, and United States Marine Corps veteran—was recently recognized by West Seneca West High School for his service as part of its school-hosted Veterans Day ceremony.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Men of Merit Program continued its 2017-18 Distinguished Speaker Series with Bernie Tolbert, former special agent with the FBI and current candidate for Erie County Sheriff, inside the College’s City Campus Auditorium on November 1.
SUNY Erie Community College and its Board of Trustees have joined its SUNY leadership to pass a resolution to offer resident county tuition to displaced hurricane victims from Puerto Rico and the U.S. Virgin Islands for the remainder of the 2017-18 academic year.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Men of Merit Program—established to foster excellence, distinction and integrity in the school’s male African-American, Hispanic and Native American students—kicked off its 2017-18 Distinguished Speaker Series with psychiatric professional Dr. Jeffrey Grace inside the College’s City Campus Auditorium on October 11.
SUNY Erie Community College faculty and staff hosted more than 50 students from Buffalo’s Waterfront Elementary for its second annual Childhood Nutrition Day, a culinary, arts and education-focused event at the college’s Learning Garden at Canalside on Tuesday, October 17.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Men of Merit Program—established in 2011 to foster excellence, distinction and integrity in the school’s male African-American, Hispanic and Native American students—started another academic year of personal stewardship with a kickoff event at the College’s City Campus Auditorium on September 20.
Earlier this month, SUNY Erie Community College’s Vision Care Technology Program was honored as one of its field’s Top 30 training programs in the United States by the vision care field-focused OpticianEdu.org.
Members of SUNY Erie's Men of Merit Program—established to foster excellence, distinction and integrity in the school’s male African-American, Hispanic and Native American students—gathered at a luncheon inside its City Campus Statler Dining Room to honor the graduating class of its first annual Summer Bridge Program.
Under the direction of Assistant Professor Carl Stokes, SUNY Erie students within the College's Social Science Department organized and coordinated a book drive collecting over 800 books over their Spring 2017 semester for the Resource Council of Western New York and its community center, located at 347 East Ferry St. in Buffalo.
Leaders from SUNY Erie Community College and Erie County gathered outside City Campus on September 7 to express support and reveal new on-campus messaging for those protected by the DACA program, referred to as “Dreamers.”
The SUNY Erie community fully supports our country’s Dreamers, those protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA); and stand firm with our SUNY partners in backing these students’ intent to live and learn in the United States.
SUNY Erie Community College accepted a $20,000 education grant for its Mechatronics Certificate Program from the California-based Gene Haas Foundation when representatives from both entities gathered within the College’s monthly board meeting at City Campus on Thursday, June 29.
It is with great sadness that SUNY Erie Community College announces the passing of its former professor and president Dr. William J. Mariani, who died Sunday at Buffalo's Gates Vascular Institute. He was 67 years old.
The SUNY Erie Community College Athletics Department announced the completion of its transition to Presto Sports, a web-hosting organization that provides superior technology through various multi-level platforms that includes statistics, news, and video directly to all Kats athletic supporters and followers.
ECC Pathways to Success High School Equivalency instructor Laurie Slawson was recently honored by the Honorable Frederic J. Marrano, chief judge of the Lackawanna City Court, with the “Educator of the Year” award on May 15, 2017.
Competing against submissions from students across the state, SUNY Erie Community College student Myunghee Kang earned Honorable Mention recognition for her hypnotic and multicolored oil painting, “Spring” as part of the SUNY Student Art Best of Show 2016-2017 exhibition.
A new partnership between St. John Fisher College and SUNY Erie Community College (ECC) will offer two qualified students guaranteed acceptance into the Wegmans School of Pharmacy. While Fisher has partnered with ECC through a 2+2 agreement at the undergraduate level, this initiative marks the first time the College will offer a direct pathway to a doctoral degree program.
Earlier this month, SUNY Erie Community College student Sahjay Lewis took first place in the Vision Care Technology College Bowl, held on May 4 at the college’s North Campus.
After collecting thousands of canned goods and non-perishables since late September, SUNY Erie Community College and its Student Government Association (SGA) joined numerous Western New York groups at the Buffalo City Mission to wrap up the year’s “Mission Possible Food Drive School Challenge” with a closing awards ceremony on May 9.
SUNY Erie Community College’s Information Technology Program was recently honored as the Best Tech Team in Non-Profit/Education by InfoTech WNY as part of the organization’s annual Buffalo Emerging Technology Awards Showcase (BETAS) at Buffalo RiverWorks on May 4, 2017.
With their roles in the Center for Nanotechnology Studies and the forthcoming STEM academic building at North Campus, SUNY Erie Community College alums Frank Burkhart ‘84 and Al Waziak ‘97 are helping to build the college’s academic future with the hand-on training they acquired at ECC.
On Wednesday, April 26, SUNY Erie Community College's Advanced Studies and Paralegal programs hosted their first "Law Day" for 35 area high school students within Erie County Hall's Supreme Court Ceremonial Courtroom in downtown Buffalo.
On Friday, March 31, SUNY Erie Community College welcomed local academic, business and community leaders for its 10th Advisory Council Partner and Community Appreciation Breakfast event inside its North Campus Spring Center café.
Seven SUNY Erie Community College students will be honored with 2017 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence recognition on April 5 at the Empire State Plaza Convention Center in Albany, NY.