Governor elect Andrew Cuomo will be calling on Stony Brook President Sam Stanley to be a part of his transition team. Stanley has been a strong advocate of PHEEIA, a[...]
The Stony Brook University Council’s decision to back President Stanley in the closure of Southampton has proven to be very disheartening to Southampton students, but beyond that is an even more disappointing picture for all SUNY students.
President Stanley met with campus media today, and announced that as of the next academic year, the undergraduate student population would be capped at its current levels, putting at least[...]
SUNY has long been one of the best and most affordable systems of public higher education in the country. In the midst of a deepening NY state fiscal crisis, Governor Paterson has proposed a new bill—… PHEEIA—that would ostensibly revitalize SUNY, allowing for hundreds of new faculty in the next decade.
New York State leaders, lawmakers and the Governor, have continued their tradition of not passing the state’s budget on time. This puts a delay on the future of the Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act (PHEEIA). Despite the delay, the future of PHEEIA looks bright.
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Undergraduate Student Government President Jasper Wilson, on behalf of the USG Senate, endorsed the Public Higher Education Empowerment and Innovation Act (PHEEIA) at a March 1 University Senate meeting.
When Hugh Carey (who was elected Governor of New York in 1975) was courting the organized student vote, he voiced the clear moral position that, allowing for the competing needs of New York State’s other social spending priorities, SUNY tuition should be regularly reduced until it was eliminated.