Welcome to the SUNY Digital Repository

The SUNY Digital Repository (SDR) is a centrally managed online repository that stores, indexes, and makes available materials with a focus on historical and special collections from SUNY campuses and SUNY System Administration. The SDR also includes Open Educational Resources (OER) Collections and reports from the Innovative Instructional Technology Grants (IITG). Select a community listed below to browse its collections. Please note, there is also the SUNY Open Access Repository (SOAR) that makes available open access scholarly and creative works of SUNY faculty, students, and staff.

Recent Submissions

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    Survey for Current Hemoconcentrator Use During Adult and Pediatric Cardiopulmonary Bypass
    (2020-03) Darling, Edward; Riley. Jeffrey
    Recent trends in the use of circuit autologous blood priming, crystalloid containing cardioplegic solutions, and the awareness of acute kidney injury and homologous blood transfusions may have affected the rate of use of hemoconcentrators (HC) during cardiopulmonary bypass (CPB). The aim of this study was to identify trends in ultrafiltration (UF) practices across adult and pediatric practicing perfusionists.
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    Keywords for Gender, Race, and Work
    (2024-03-20) Gender, Race, and Work Course Students, WGSS; Dodson, Leigh
    This zine emerges from a course taught in Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies at SUNY New Paltz in Spring 2024 called Gender, Race, and Work. The course and the zine utilize feminist theories of work and labor to illuminate the complex forms of identification and subjectification that work entails and enacts. We think through an intersectional feminist lens that acknowledges the multiplicity and complexity of identities to see how work has manifested along gendered and racialized lines both historically and today. Through a series of keywords and concepts, students explore theories and histories related to gender, race, and work in the pages of this zine.
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    Hagedorn Foundation Awards
    (Farmingdale State College, 2023-04) Farmingdale State College Office of Community and Civic Engagement (OCCE)
    This collection contains photographs of guests and recipients at the Hagedorn Foundation Awards Ceremony (2023).
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    Community Partner Reception (2023)
    (Farmingdale State College, 2023-04-27) Farmingdale State College Office of Community and Civic Engagement (OCCE)
    This collection contains photographs of guests, speakers and award recipients at the Community Partner Reception (2023).
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    Long Island, NY Business Development Report, Aug 2020
    (Farmingdale State College, 2020-08-03) Feng, Jing Betty
    International trade and foreign direct investment activities are an important part of U.S. economy to support job growth and innovation advancement. The report provides an in-depth analysis of international business activities in New York metro area and Long Island. The report provides an overview of exports performance, foreign direct investment, and business patterns in the region. It helps the regional and local businesses and government agencies to have a better understand of their local economy and international engagement. The 2020 Long Island, NY, Business Development Report includes the analysis based on the available exports and economic data from 2016 to 2018 or 2019. In this report, Nassau and Suffolk county in Long Island showed robust exports and economic growth in 2017 and 2018. However, exports out of New York declined in 2019 due to various international trade issues. Looking forward, 2020 has been and will be an even more challenging for the region due to the pandemic crisis, tension with China, and political uncertainty in Hong Kong (as one of major export destinations for NY). The region will focus on the recovery of the economy and at the same time explore new foreign markets to remain export growth.