Welcome! Below you will see all of our current opportunities. 

Important:

  • You will need to create a free Submittable account in order to submit to these forms. Here is a quick guide on how to get started: https://submittable.help/submitters/making-new-submissions/how-do-i-submit 
  • Please contact Submittable's Customer Support team with any questions support@submittable.com
  • You can save a draft of your work if you would like to finish filling out the form at a later date. 
  • We will follow-up with you about your submission by email. Please be sure the email address you used to sign up for your Submittable Account is one that you check regularly. 

Purpose of Award:

 The purpose of the Norman McConney, Jr. Award is to identify students who may not necessarily have the highest GPA, but who have overcome significant personal and family challenges, persevered through hardships, showed progressive achievement, and may not have otherwise been recognized for their success. Success is defined as that of accomplishment of aim or purpose. 

Criteria:

Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) student in good standing and on track to graduate by June 2024 who meets the following criteria:

· Has overcome obstacles and succeeded against the odds

· Has earned an academic record that provides evidence of academic excellence and/or a positive academic trajectory

· Has demonstrated excellence in leadership, community service and/or extracurricular activities

· Has a history of involvement in EOP and society

 

Instructions:

1. Enter your campus name

2. Student Information: Enter your awardee’s name and contact information. Please include the phonetic pronunciation. For example, Wendy is “Wen-dee” It is important for us to know their home address so you can identify the student’s legislative district information. Please note you are may nominate up to three (s) students for this year’s award, with one student per campus as the final awardee after a review from a SUNY Opportunity Programs committee.

3. Student’s Major – what course of study is your student currently seeking a degree

4. Career Aspirations – your student may be seeking a degree in one area to utilize in another. For example, a student may seek a degree in graphic design and ultimately would like to design video games or work in advertising, etc.

5. Leadership Experience – Leadership is very broad. We are looking for students who exemplify leadership on campus as well as off campus within their community, home, work, etc.

6. Community and/or Extracurricular activities – This section includes your student’s interests, involvement in the community and any activity that has helped develop a student within society.

7. Honors and Awards – This section will describe any accolades received from school or the community.

8. Nominator Contact Information – EOP Director Information

9. Reason for nomination – Because there is only one awardee from your campus, please describe all the reasons you selected this student for one of your nominations.

10. Legislative District – Please identify the legislative information for your student. This information can be found on the State Senate and State Assembly website. https://nyassembly.gov/mem/search/

https://www.nysenate.gov/find-my-senator 

We are considering a student speaker for the event. Please let us know if you would recommend your awardee as a student speaker for the event. Some students may be too shy to participate .We would like to know your thoughts ahead of time.

Congratulations on winning the 2023 Norman R. McConney, Jr. Award! You should be very proud of this accomplishment. Our entire SUNY community is proud of you and can't wait to see what you do next!

In order for us to properly honor you at our April 17 ceremony in Albany, we are requiring you to fill out this survey, which includes a HIGH RESOLUTION headshot photo of you, no later than March 20. This will give us time to prepare everything we need for the ceremony. Thank you!

If you have any questions or concerns, please contact: sara.saplin@suny.edu, 518-445-4042.

Congratulations again!


2024 Broad Ranging Art-tech Exhibition


THEME: Transgression
LOCATION: Gannett Gallery - Kunsela Hall, SUNY Polytechnic Institute, 100 Seymour Road, Utica, NY 13502
DURATION OF EXHIBITION:  April 8, 2024 - June 1, 2024
FOR QUESTIONS, PLEASE CONTACT: Ana Jofre jofrea@sunypoly.edu.


ELIGIBILITY:  Students and groups of students who are currently enrolled at any of the  SUNY schools are eligible to apply.  Faculty and staff at any of the SUNY schools are eligible to apply.


REQUIRED LEGAL FORM:  Applicants must  sign and upload the required Legal Agreement and Permission Form in the designated box within the application .
 

ABOUT:  The second biennial Broad Ranging Art-tech Exhibition is a curated show hosted by SUNY Polytechnic University on the Utica Campus.  The exhibition will consist of  physical pieces, light and sound installations and virtual works.  

Artists and designers may submit works that align with the theme of Transgression in any media, including but not limited to:

  • Static visual
  • Audio and/or Audio-Visual
  • Interactive installation
  • Interactive media


 

Transgression:
(noun) an act that goes against a law, rule, or code of conduct;
(verb) to go beyond a boundary or limit.
 

For this exhibition, we are looking for works that have crossed boundaries in any way. We encourage thinking beyond the taboo or the offensive, and instead seek broad-ranging reflections about transgression.  Consider transgressions in the development of your practice or how your work has challenged the status quo and succeeded (or even failed). Transgressions blaze trails for some and burn bridges for others. How is that duality or dialectic represented in your work?


 

Instructions:

Submit images of your work along with an artist statement that includes an explanation of the work along with an alt-text description to make your work accessible to people with visual impairments.  Here is a resource that can help you with your image description.



SUBMISSION DEADLINE: Friday, March 22th,  2024 11:59pm
 

Applicants will be notified of acceptance by  Friday, March 29, and if successful, emails will follow with logistical information about drop-off and installation.

 

SUNY System Arts