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Local Nonprofits Encouraged to Apply for $115,000 in Grants
Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Regional President Jim Reed (far back) distributed the company’s Community Health Awards to (seated) Trish Levine and Kerrie Ann Webb, Oswego YMCA; Anne Costa, Aurora of Central New York; Liz Gesin, Cortland County Health Department; and to (standing) Kelly Quinn, Danielle Klein and Jessica Gosa, Foodnet Meals on Wheels; Lynn Fox, Clear Path for Veterans; Nilsa DeJesus and Jason Bolton, Person to Person; Derek Green, Cortland County Health Department; Gail Longcore and Caryn Hughes, Hospice of Central New York; and Christina Wilson, Integrated Community Planning of Oswego County.

Local Nonprofits Encouraged to Apply for $115,000 in Grants

Competition is part of Excellus BlueCross BlueShield’s $115,000 in Community Health Awards Nonprofit organizations in upstate New York can apply for Excellus BlueCross BlueShield Community Health Award grants totaling $115,000…

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$1 Million Gift from SRC Inc. Establishes Endowed Professorship in Engineering at SUNY Oswego
Paul Tremont, SRC CEO, center: “SRC’s mission is to help keep America and its allies safe and strong. To continue to be successful, we need engineers who understand technology and how to apply critical thinking. We believe the endowed professorship will attract the brightest minds to CNY, which will help us grow a strong workforce for the future. We’re excited to expand our partnership with SUNY Oswego and appreciate President Stanley’s support.”

$1 Million Gift from SRC Inc. Establishes Endowed Professorship in Engineering at SUNY Oswego

SUNY Oswego’s engineering program received a $1 million gift from SRC Inc., a Syracuse-based research and development company, to establish an endowed professorship, strengthening the internationally accredited engineering program. The…

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