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"The good news is we're finally ahead of this virus. For so long we were playing catch-up. We have shown that we can control the beast," Cuomo told a news conference today at Marist College in Poughkeepsie.
Just two years after Dutchess County’s Sprout Creek Farm was rescued from closing by Marist College, the nonprofit known for its award-winning cheeses and...
More than 24% of Hudson Valley residents who work, commute to their primary jobs in New York City, according to a report from Marist...
The nonprofit organization Walkway Over the Hudson arranged for the study, which was prepared by Newburgh-based Pattern for Progress with support from Marist College and student researchers.
The total project is expected to cost $184 million, with a 100,000-square-foot academic building to be constructed on Health Quest's Vassar Brothers Medical Center campus in Poughkeepsie.
The announcement comes a month after the organization announced it would team up with Marist College to launch a medical college on the campus of Health Quest's Vassar Brothers Medical Center in Poughkeepsie.
The center, which opened Sept. 28 and is in the Hancock Center building, features a number of IBM’s cybersecurity technologies.
According to a fact sheet supplied by the college, startup costs are placed at $184.8 million, with $75 million allotted for building and $110 million for operational costs.
The funding comes from the Higher Education Capital Matching Grant Program, which provides matching grants to private, not-for-profit colleges and universities.
Marist College is hopeful that a $26 million expansion project at its Steel Plant Studio will be completed by this fall.
Gov. Andrew Cuomo's speech promised better traffic flow at Woodbury Common, a new sake brewery and more funding for Stewart International Airport.
A roundtable discussion hosted by the Hudson Valley Economic Development Corp. at Marist College on March 24 addressed just how both care providers and educators can keep pace with a shifting field.
Enrolled college students across the state prepare for the sixth annual New York Business Plan Competition that will take place this spring.
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