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Tom Matthews leaves a legacy of leadership at SUNY Geneseo (access required)

Tom Matthews (Photo by Keith Walters)

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Thirty-eight thousand. That’s a conservative estimate of how many workshops in leadership that SUNY Geneseo students have taken under Tom Matthews’ direction. The founder of the Geneseo Opportunities for Leadership Development program, or GOLD, Matthews knows that number because he ...

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Food and agriculture Center of Excellence to be food innovator (access required)

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Wegmans executive Bill Strassburg likes to think of food and agriculture as the tortoise in the familiar hare and tortoise analogy. “It’s something that is consistent, and it consistently grows a little bit each year. It’s not a big jump ...

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UR announces business competition winners (access required)

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The University of Rochester announced the winners of the 12th Annual Mark Ain Business Model Competition on Wednesday. Five teams of aspiring undergraduate, graduate and doctoral student entrepreneurs presented their business models to a panel of three judges, competing for cash ...

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Imagine RIT has record number of exhibitors, new performing arts contest (access required)

The Theme Park Engineering exhibit will be at Imagine RIT once again.

  Old favorites and new creations are set to entertain visitors to this year’s Imagine RIT: Innovation and Creativity Festival, taking place on Saturday, April 28 on the campus of Rochester Institute of Technology. The automated s’more maker has been supplanted by ...

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New Center of Excellence designated at Geneva’s agricultural station (access required)

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Geneva’s New York State Agricultural Experiment Station is being designated a state Center of Excellence, bringing additional funding and attention for research and development aimed at job creation in  agriculture and food production. State Sen. Pam Helming announced on Wednesday ...

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