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News Archives of 2006

Manlius woman ends 42 years of volunteer service to University Hospital

October 17, 2006

Emma Puderbaugh, University Hospital's longest?serving volunteers, ends 42 years and more than 12,000 hours of service. "I'm so fortunate to have this opportunity in life," she said.

President's Student Ambassador Program created

October 12, 2006

SUNY Upstate students are poised to play a key role in the university's outreach efforts through the creation of the President's Student Ambassador Program.

President David R. Smith, M.D., elected to MDA board of directors

October 6, 2006

President David R. Smith, M.D., has joined the board of directors of the region's primary business leadership and economic development organization, the MDA.

SUNY Upstate and Kohl's launch autism outreach program

October 5, 2006

The community outreach program, Kohl's Autism Project, seeks to support Central New York's young children with Autism Spectrum Disorders (ASD) at home, in the community and in the classroom.

Area construction to cause campus traffic restrictions through October

September 29, 2006

Elizabeth Blackwell Street will be reduced to one lane from Oct. 5 through 13 to accommodate work on underground utilities. During this time, metered parking on Elizabeth Blackwell Street will be unavailable, and dropping off and picking up passengers in front of the CAB and Jacobsen Hall will be prohibited. Individuals wishing to pick up or drop off passengers should use the SUNY Upstate Medical University Parking Garage by entering from Elizabeth Blackwell Street. The SUNY Upstate shuttle will continue to make stops in front of Jacobson Hall during this time.

SUNY Upstate faculty appointments named in Orthopedic Surgery, Ophthalmology

September 28, 2006

Experts in spine injuries in athletes, orthopedic trauma and retinal regeneration join SUNY Upstate Medical University faculty.

Central New York health experts gather Sept. 29 to find local solutions to fight obesity

September 27, 2006

Regional health experts now cite obesity as one of the major health concerns in eight Central New York counties. Sept. 29 conference will offer solutions.

Pat's Pavement Pounder to benefit research into childhood cancer Oct. 1

September 26, 2006

Central New Yorkers are invited to participate in the Pat's Pavement Pounder Walk and Run Sunday, Oct. 1, rain or shine, at the Fayetteville-Manlius (F-M) High School track.

University Hospital develops pandemic flu plan

September 15, 2006

As cochairs of University Hospital's Pandemic Flu Planning, Wendy Merritt and Anne Ryan have overseen the development of a 35 page plan that outlines the hospital's response to a possible pandemic flu outbreak.

Hispanic Heritage Month salutes Hispanic healthcare professionals in Central New York

September 13, 2006

SUNY Upstate and the Spanish Action League salute Hispanic healthcare professionals during Hispanic Heritage Month, beginning Sept. 15