SUNY centers ranked among top universities internationally

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A London higher-education magazine ranked all four of the State University of New York’s university centers as among the best in the world.

Times Higher Education, an weekly magazine covering international higher education, released its rankings for the top-400 universities worldwide. Stony Brook University and the University at Buffalo and made the top 200, with the University at Albany and Binghamton University coming in in the latter half.

“The Power of SUNY resonates worldwide,” SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher said in a statement, “and this prominent international ranking of our four university centers by Times Higher Education serves as the most recent showcase of the outstanding work and remarkable impact that SUNY has on students and communities throughout New York state and across the globe.”

The British publication has compiled international university rankings since 2004. Thomson Reuters collected the data for the rankings, studying about 700 institutions in 69 countries. The rankings evaluate 13 performance indicators including the quality of teaching, research, knowledge transfer and international outlook.

Stony Brook came in at No. 162, and University at Buffalo at No. 198.

After ranking the top 200, Times Higher Education grouped the rest together in groups. UAlbany is in listed in the No. 301-350 group, and Binghamton in the 351-400 group.

California Institute of Technology in Pasadena took the top spot, followed by the University of Oxford in England and Stanford University in Palo Alto, Calif.

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