Gordon Lyons, a junior accounting major was named to a 2nd Team Capital One Academic DIII All American. From Amherst, NY, Lyons became the 24th Knight to reach the 1,000 career point plateau when he scored 28 points and grabbed 16 rebounds in a victory against Buffalo State College on February 15.
Marty Rogachefsky, a senior economics and political science double major from Rochester, will present his paper entitled "Is College Worth the Cost: A Data-Driven Analysis of the Student Loan Bubble" at the 40th Annual Conference of the Eastern Economic Association at the Boston Park Plaza Hotel, Boston MA on March 6-9.
Lee and Colleagues Awarded Research Grant
Dr. Mansokku Lee, assistant professor of economics, has been notified that he and two colleagues have received a $19,500 grant from the SUNY Network of Excellence in Energy, Environment, Education and Economics (4E) to support their work on "the Socio-Economic Impact of the Use of New Types of Energy in New York State". Lee, Dr. Sherine El Hag (Alfred State College) and Dr. Michael Ziolkowski (SUNY Brockport) will examine the impact of the use of new types of energy and feed-in tariffs policy on the socio-economic policies in NYS. After an examiniation of the NYS policies and alternatives (including those in other states and foreign countries), they will evaluate the expected outcomes from these policies. Their year-long project includes a speaker series at each of their campuses as well as student research activities.