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By Orrin G. Hatch
Procedural changes impede the chamber's traditional deliberative function
Topic - State University Of New York
A financially strapped Brooklyn hospital will remain on life support past its scheduled closing on Thursday while the state university system negotiates a sale of the facility.
The State University of New York is moving ahead with its plan to close a financially strapped Brooklyn hospital next week.
Authorities are searching for the body of a college student believed to have drowned while swimming in a remote northern New York river.
The State University of New York has selected Brooklyn Health Partners to run the financially strapped Long Island College Hospital.
The State University of New York has requested new bids by March 19 for financially troubled Long Island College Hospital with a minimum price of $210 million for the facility and property in Brooklyn.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo announced an agreement Thursday on the future of Brooklyn's financially troubled Long Island College Hospital that would resolve litigation over the property and ensure that health care is provided there going forward.
State University of New York Chancellor Nancy Zimpher is asking lawmakers to increase aid for the state's community colleges and university hospitals.
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's 2014-15 spending plan contains $15 million to plan for a new College of Emergency Preparedness, Homeland Security and Cybersecurity.
As part of a larger plan to work around a recalcitrant Congress, President Obama went after rising college tuition costs by charging an “admission” fee to the more than 100 university leaders who attended Thursday’s summit on the issue at the White House.
The chancellor of the State University of New York says she'll personally engage the chief executive officers at the state's largest companies to increase SUNY's paid internships.
New York state's 64-campus university system is undertaking a major virtual expansion, adding new online degree programs and enhancing academic and technical support for students taking classes via computer.