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Local News: Statement from SUNY Polytechnic Institute Acting President Dr. Tod A. Laursen Regarding Gov. Hochul’s Signing of Green Chips Legislation

UTICA, NY — “The signing of New York State’s Green Chips legislation by Governor Kathy Hochul today at the Albany Nanotech Complex, home to SUNY Poly’s Albany campus, is a testament to the continued success of innovation-focused academic-industry-government collaborations. SUNY Poly, in partnership with NY CREATES and our many industry partners, has for years been honored to contribute to this ecosystem in the Capital Region and Mohawk Valley.

“We are thrilled that Governor Hochul and the New York State legislature share the vision of building upon this approach in the future, and this legislation will create jobs that will support sustainable semiconductor manufacturing in the Capital Region, Mohawk Valley, and beyond. Combined with Senate Majority Leader Schumer’s CHIPS Act, which was signed by President Biden this week, these initiatives will pave the way for exciting high-tech careers in New York State. SUNY Poly is proud to continue supporting and, indeed, spearheading educational, research, and workforce training opportunities to support such critical progress.”

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