News & Events

12/09/2014 -
Greenbuild 2016 Call for Proposals Deadline 1/16/2015...

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10/23/2014 -
Near Westside Initiative Receives Prestigious Award from USGBC...

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02/19/2014 -
U.S. Department of Labor Secretary Perez Visits SyracuseCoE...

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Labs and Testbeds: New SyracuseCoE Facilities to Accelerate Innovations...

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Come visit us for a "Friday at Three" tour...

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2012 Annual Progress Report...

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Members

Essential to SyracuseCoE is the extremely diverse and large number of people and organizations that collaborate with us as we bring together academic, government, industry, non-profit, and economic development organizations to create innovations for a sustainable future.

Partners
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for a list of Syracuse Center of Excellence Partners and to learn how to become a Partner.

Charter Members
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for a list of the 31 Charter Members who launched Syracuse Center of Excellence in 2002.

Scientific Advisory Committee
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to learn about the members of the independent Syracuse Center of Excellence Scientific Advisory Committee (SAC), who advise SyracuseCoE on projects applying for CARTI research grants. The SAC members are experts in either indoor environmental quality or water resources.




Photo: Students conduct a study on the health of turtles and water ecosystems at Clarkson University, a SyracuseCoE Platinum Partner.

What Are the Benefits of Becoming a Partner of the Syracuse Center of Excellence?

Syracuse Center of Excellence engages more than 200 businesses and institutions to collaborate on sustainable innovations to improve built and urban environments—the places in which we live, work, and learn.

SyracuseCoE members work on research, development, and educational projects relating to clean and renewable energy, indoor environmental quality, and water resources.

The work of the Syracuse Center of Excellence is to facilitate collaborations between industry and institutional members; to direct grants toward R&D, prototype testing, and commercialization; and to benefit Central Upstate New York by encouraging community stewardship of natural resources and by leveraging the region’s “green assets” to create sustainable jobs and wealth.

By becoming a partner, organizations have the opportunity to:

  • Network with industry stakeholders and prospective clients.
  • Connect to potential academic and/or industry collaborators.
  • Gain access to premier facilities, research institutions, and world-renowned experts.