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New York has the seventh lowest adult obesity rate in the nation, and the 25th highest obesity rate for youth ages 10 to New York's adult obesity rate is currently This state profile includes data on adult and childhood obesity, obesity-related health issues, and policy actions New York is taking to prevent and reduce obesity. View adult obesity rates for all states. A change in methodology makes direct comparisons to data collected prior to difficult.

Read the full rates and ranks methodology for more information. The State of Obesity Declining Obesity Among 2- to 4-year-olds: The rate of obesity dropped from Current diabetes and hypertension rates are from The State of Obesity ; diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, arthritis and obesity-related cancer numbers and projected cases of obesity-related health problems related are from F as in Fat State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to allow or encourage onsite breastfeeding.

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State requires high school students to participate in a minimum amount of time of physical education. State requires middle school students to participate in a minimum amount of time of physical education.

State has policy for communities to access school recreational facilities outside school hours. Percentage of eligible schools in the state adopting the community eligibility provision. Percentage of school districts in the state participating in farm-to-school activities. Percentage of school food authorities in state meeting updated meal nutrition standards.

Skip to content Subscribe to our newsletter: Obesity rate by age New York Declining Obesity Among 2- to 4-year-olds: High school students Current obesity rate Hypertension Current adult hypertension rate Heart Disease Heart disease cases in 1,, Projected cases of heart disease in 5,, Arthritis Arthritis cases in 3,, Projected cases of arthritis in 3,, Obesity-Related Cancer Obesity-related cancer cases in , Projected cases of cancer in , Breastfeeding State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to allow or encourage onsite breastfeeding.

Drinking Water State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to make drinking water available to children. Healthy Eating State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have healthy eating policies. Nutrition Standards State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to provide meals and snacks that meet dietary guidelines. Physical Activity State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have time for daily physical activity.

Private Breastfeeding Space State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have a private space available for mothers to breastfeed infants. Elementary School Physical Education State requires elementary school students to participate in physical education. High School Physical Education State requires high school students to participate in physical education. Middle School Physical Education State requires middle school students to participate in physical education.

PE Time Requirement, Elementary Schools State requires elementary school students to participate in a minimum amount of time of physical education.

PE Time Requirement, High Schools State requires high school students to participate in a minimum amount of time of physical education. PE Time Requirement, Middle Schools State requires middle school students to participate in a minimum amount of time of physical education. Recess State requires recess in elementary schools. Shared Use of Facilities State has policy for communities to access school recreational facilities outside school hours.

Community Eligibility Provision Percentage of eligible schools in the state adopting the community eligibility provision. Farm-to-School Programs Percentage of school districts in the state participating in farm-to-school activities.

School Nutrition Standards Percentage of school food authorities in state meeting updated meal nutrition standards. Complete Streets State has adopted a complete streets policy. Healthy Food Financing Initiatives State has healthy food financing funding. Preemption State has laws preempting local policies related to nutrition. Child Food Insecurity Rate Percentage of children in state that are food insecure.

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Current diabetes and hypertension rates are from The State of Obesity ; diabetes, hypertension, heart disease, arthritis and obesity-related cancer numbers and projected cases of obesity-related health problems related are from F as in Fat State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to allow or encourage onsite breastfeeding.

State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to make drinking water available to children. State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have healthy eating policies. State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to provide meals and snacks that meet dietary guidelines. State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have time for daily physical activity. State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have a private space available for mothers to breastfeed infants.

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Drinking Water State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to make drinking water available to children. Healthy Eating State has regulations requiring licensed ECE programs to have healthy eating policies. From its founding until through early s, the university grew rapidly.

It offered programs in the physical sciences and modern languages, and in , Syracuse added one of the first architecture programs in the U. Newhouse School of Public Communications , was established at Syracuse in The growth of Syracuse University from a small liberal arts college into a major comprehensive university were due to the efforts of two men, Chancellor James Day and John D.

Together, the two dynamic figures would oversee the first of two great periods of campus renewal in Syracuse's history. He was known as John D. Rockefeller's right-hand man and successor at the Standard Oil Company. The University raised the required endowment in little over a month with the largest share being contributed by John D.

On September 11, the transfer of the Von Ranke collection from the old library building marking the opening of the new Carnegie Library with a collection of over 71, volumes. In addition to keeping the university financially solvent during its early years, John D. Archbold also contributed funds for eight buildings, including the full cost of Archbold Stadium opened , demolished , Sims Hall [40] men's dormitory, , the Archbold Gymnasium , nearly destroyed by fire in , but still in use , and the oval athletic field.

Enrollment increased in the four years after the war due to the G. Bill , which paid tuition, room, board, and a small allowance for veterans returning from World War II. In , SU admitted 9, freshmen, nearly four times greater than the previous incoming class. The velocity with which the university sped through its change into a major research institution was astounding. By the end of the s, Syracuse ranked twelfth nationally in terms of the amount of its sponsored research, and it had over four hundred professors and graduate students engaging in that investigation.

From the early s through the s, Syracuse University added programs and staff that continued the transformation of the school into a research university. In , Arthur Phillips was recruited from MIT and started the first pathogen -free animal research laboratory. The lab focused on studying medical problems using animal models. In , Samuel Irving Newhouse, Sr. In , Syracuse University was admitted to the Association of American Universities , an organization of leading research universities devoted to maintaining a strong system of academic research and education.

The students were returning from a study-abroad program in Europe. That evening, Syracuse University went on with a basketball game just hours after the attack, for which it was severely criticized. Eggers , said on nationwide television that he should have cancelled the event. In April , Syracuse University dedicated a memorial wall to the students killed on Flight , constructed at the entrance to the main campus in front of the Hall of Languages.

Every year the university holds "Remembrance Week" during the fall semester to commemorate the students. On December 21 a service in the university's chapel at 2: The university also maintains a link to the tragedy with the "Remembrance Scholars" program, when 35 senior students receive scholarships during their final year at the university. With the "Lockerbie Scholars" program, two graduating students from Lockerbie Academy study at Syracuse for one year.

The university is set on a campus that features an eclectic mix of buildings, ranging from nineteenth-century Romanesque Revival structures to contemporary buildings designed by renowned architects such as I. The center of campus, with its grass quadrangle, landscaped walkways, and outdoor sculptures, offers students the amenities of a traditional college experience.

The university overlooks downtown Syracuse , a medium-sized city , residents in Also called "North Campus," the Main Campus contains nearly all academic buildings and residence halls. Its centerpiece is The Kenneth A. Shaw Quadrangle, more affectionately known as "The Quad", [57] which is surrounded by academic and administrative buildings, including Hendricks Chapel. Buses run to South Campus, as well as downtown Syracuse and other locations in the city. First- and second-year students are required to live on campus.

Residence halls are secured with a card access system. Residence halls are located on both Main Campus and South Campus, the latter of which is a five-minute ride via bus. Learning communities and interest housing options are also available. Food facilities include six residential dining centers, two food courts, and several cafes. The Comstock Tract Buildings , a historic district of older buildings on the campus, was listed on the National Register of Historic Places in The Storch is used primarily by the Drama Department and the Archbold is used primarily by Syracuse Stage, a professional regional theatre.

After World War II, a large, undeveloped hill owned by the university was used to house returning veterans in military-style campus housing. During the s, this housing was replaced by permanent two-level townhouses for two or three students each, or for graduate family housing. There are also three small residence halls which feature open doubles. Approximately 2, students live on the South Campus, which is connected to the main campus by frequent bus service.

In December , the university announced that it had purchased or leased twelve buildings in downtown Syracuse. Five design programs—Communication, Advertising, Environmental and Interior Design, Industrial and Interactive Design, and Fashion—reside permanently in the newly renovated facilities, fittingly called The Warehouse , which was renovated by Gluckman Mayner Architects.

Both programs were chosen to be located in the downtown area because of their history of working on projects directly with the community. The Warehouse also houses a contemporary art space that commissions, exhibits, and promotes the work of local and international artists in a variety of media.

Since , the Syracuse Center of Excellence in Environmental and Energy Systems, led by Syracuse University in partnership with Clarkson University and the College Environmental Science and Forestry , creates innovations in environmental and energy technologies that improve human health and productivity, security, and sustainability in urban and built environments.

On March 31, , the university and the city announced an initiative to connect the main campus of the university with the arts and culture areas of downtown Syracuse and The Warehouse. The Connective Corridor project, supported by of public and private funds, will be a strip of cultural development that will connect the main campus of the university to downtown Syracuse, NY.

In , an engineering firm is studying traffic patterns and lighting to commence the project. A design competition was held to determine the best design for the project. SU has established an admissions presence in Los Angeles, California, that will enhance the university's visibility on the West Coast and will join the university's West Coast offices of alumni relations, institutional advancement, and the LA semester program in the same location.

Syracuse is home to the SU Art Galleries , [68] whose mission is to enhance the cultural environment of its community and surrounding area. The main gallery space is located in the Shaffer Art Building on the main campus. The Warehouse Gallery [69] is a new contemporary art space exhibiting that is operated under the umbrella of the SU Art Galleries.

Housed in a former furniture warehouse off campus, the Warehouse Gallery features works from international artists in a variety of media. Its mission is to engage the community in a dialogue regarding the role the arts can play in illuminating the critical issues of our times. Also on campus is the Louise and Bernard Palitz Gallery. There are many other venues for student work at Syracuse University. Gallery spaces are also available for reservation on the fourth floor of the Bird Library.

Within the Schine Student Center is home to three gallery spaces. On the third floor is the Panasci Lounge Art Hanging space for two dimensional spaces. This space can be reserved by students. The White Cube Gallery , also on the third floor is a student gallery that showcases work for the student body outside of the school of art and design. Students can also research primary sources through the Special Collections Research Center SCRC [74] which is composed of rare books, manuscripts, works of architecture and design, and popular culture cartoons, science fiction, and pulp literature , photography, the history of recorded sound, and more.

SU has a permanent art collection of over 45, objects from artists including Picasso , Rembrandt , Hopper, Tiffany and Wyeth. More than important paintings, sculptures, and murals are displayed in public places around campus.

Syracuse is governed by a member Board of Trustees, with 64 trustees elected by the board to four-year terms, and six elected by the alumni to four-year terms. Of the 64 Board elected Trustees, three must represent specified conferences of the United Methodist Church. In addition, the chancellor and the President of the Syracuse Alumni Association serve as ex officio voting Trustees. Two students and one faculty member serve as non-voting representatives to the Board of Trustees.

The Syracuse University Bylaws also establish a University Senate with "general supervision over all educational matters concerning the University as a whole". The Senate consists of administrators, faculty, students and staff. For the Class of , there were approximately 34, applicants for 3, seats in the Freshman class. The most popular majors at Syracuse University include: The average freshman retention rate, an indicator of student satisfaction, is 91 percent. SU offers undergraduate degrees in over majors in the 9 undergraduate schools and colleges.

Whitman School of Management , S. Also offered are Master's and doctoral degrees online [78] and in person from the Graduate School and from specialized programs in the Martin J.

Additionally, SU offers 24 Certificates of Advanced Study Programs for specialized programs for education, counseling, and other academic areas. The university has offered multiple international study programs since In its ranking of U.

A survey in the Academic Ranking of World Universities places Syracuse University in the top world universities in social sciences. Newhouse School of Public Communications is one of the top ranked in the country and has produced alumni in many fields of broadcasting. The School of Information Studies offers information management and technology courses at the undergraduate and graduate levels at Syracuse University.

Within the School of Information Studies, U. It also has the top-ranked graduate Information Systems program, the 2nd ranked graduate program in Digital Librarianship, and the 4th ranked graduate program in School Library Media.

The School of Management was renamed the Martin J. The school is home to about 2, undergraduate and graduate students. The undergraduate program was ranked No. The supply chain management program was ranked No. Also, the Joseph I. Lubin School of Accounting was named No. The College of Law is ranked 88th nationally by U. It is an emerging leader in the relatively novel field of National Security Law. Its professors and students have identified cases, of which more than are in Georgia, and will give information to the US Department of Justice in order to have cases prosecuted.

The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs combines social sciences with public administration and international relations. It is ranked as the top and one of the most prestigious graduate school for public affairs in the US. The IVMF is higher education's first interdisciplinary academic institute, singularly focused on advancing the lives of the nation's military veterans and their families.

The NVRC will be the first-of-its kind facility in the United States — and a class-leading exemplar of academic, government, and community collaboration — dedicated to advancing academic research, actionable programs, and community-connected innovation in service to the nation's veterans and military-connected families.

VPA also ranked No. Syracuse University has full-time instructional faculty, 96 part-time faculty, and adjunct faculty.

Zwislocki, Professor of Psychology, who developed mathematical models on the mechanics of the inner and middle ear , MacArthur Fellow Don Mitchell , Professor of Geography, who has developed studies in cultural geography, Bruce Kingma , Associate Provost and Kauffman Professor of Entrepreneurship, a pioneer in the field of information economics and online learning, Catherine Bertini , Professor of Practice in Public Administration, who has worked on the role of women in food distribution, Frederick C.

Syracuse University Press is a university press that is part of Syracuse University. The areas of focus for the Press include Middle East studies, Native American studies, peace and conflict resolution, Irish studies and Jewish studies, New York State, television and popular culture, sports and entertainment. It is a member of the Association of American University Presses. Every year as a tradition, the university invites speakers from around the world, leading thinkers and practitioners in sustainability, advertising, redevelopment, human rights, journalism, and the environment.

The lecturers are selected for their academic and public service excellence. The university lectures are supported by the university trustees, alumni, and friends. Syracuse University's main library is the Ernest S. Bird Library, which opened in Its seven levels contain 2. There are also several departmental libraries on campus. Many of the landmarks in the history of recorded communication between people are in the university's Special Collections Research Center, from cuneiform tablets and papyri to several codices dating from the 11th century, to the invention of printing.

In addition, the collection includes the personal library of Leopold Von Ranke. Making sensational headlines at the time, the university outbid the Prussian government for all 19 tons of Von Ranke's prized personal library. Other collections of note include Rudyard Kipling first editions and an original second leaf of the Gutenberg Bible.

Bird Library is also home to the largest collection of national archives of Kenya and Tanzania. The university is also home to the Belfer Audio Laboratory and Archive, whose holdings total approximately , recordings in all formats, primarily cylinders, discs, and magnetic tapes.

According to the Carnegie Classification of Institutions of Higher Education , Syracuse University is a research university with "highest level of research activity. SU has established 29 research centers and institutes that focuses research, often across disciplines, in a variety of areas. Falcone Center for Entrepreneurship, The H. Snyder Innovation Management Program. Syracuse also has a comparatively large number of collaborators on the LIGO Scientific project and is actively involved with the search for gravitational waves using data from the gravitational-wave detectors.

As of [update] , the university had supported the discredited pseudoscientific practice of facilitated communication for nearly 20 years. The university's Institute on Communication and Inclusion formerly called, the "Facilitated Communication Institute" , has offered workshops with the intent of "giving a voice and a means to communicate to people with disabilities". Syracuse University has a diverse student population, representing all 50 US states and over countries. Approximately 10 percent of students are from outside of the US, and are supported by an international services department within the university's Division of Student Affairs.

SA, elects a President and Vice President on a unified ticket each academic year. They also each year elect a Comptroller, who, with the assembly, oversees the allocation and designation of the Student Activity Fee that was first collected in the —69 school year. The goals of SA are to participate through a unified student voice in the formulation of Syracuse University rules and regulations.

Each of the three organizations elects students to serve in the Syracuse University Senate, which also includes faculty, staff, and administrators.

In addition to SU students, ESF students are permitted to join the university's fraternity and sorority system.

The oldest fraternity at SU is Delta Kappa Epsilon , which established a chapter in soon after the founding of the university, followed by Psi Upsilon in and Phi Kappa Psi in Alpha Phi Alpha established a chapter at SU in , and was reorganized in and University policy prohibits fraternities and sororities from discriminating "on the basis of race, creed, color, gender, national origin, religion, marital status, age, disability, sexual orientation, or status as a disabled veteran or a veteran of the Vietnam era.

Syracuse University Ambulance, [] commonly referred to as SUA, is a SU Health Services-based student organization that responds to over 1, medical emergencies each year. Providing intermediate life support ILS , rapid cardiac defibrillation , emergency and nonemergency transportation, and special event standby services, SUA operates two full-time transporting ambulances, a supervisor's fly car, and a MCI trailer for mass-casualty incidents.

Additionally, SUA operates four transport vans for non-emergency transports. SUA was formed in by a group of students out of a need for emergency medical services on campus. Starting with only a few members and meager equipment, the Syracuse University Medical Crisis Unit was formed. SUA provides emergency and non-emergency services 24 hours a day, 7 days a week during the academic school year and is funded by a portion of the student health fee. Hendricks Chapel [] is an interfaith chapel located on the Quad, and services as the spiritual center of Syracuse University.

Additional buildings located on campus support specific religious groups, including the Alibrandi Catholic Center [] and the Winnick Hillel Center for Jewish Life. Syracuse University's sports teams have "the Orange" nickname since , although the former names of Orangemen and Orangewomen are still used.

The school's mascot is Otto the Orange. SU fields intercollegiate teams in eight men's sports and 12 women's sports. The men's and women's basketball teams, the football team , and both the men's and women's lacrosse teams play in the Carrier Dome. It is the direct successor to the Rowing Association of American Colleges , the first collegiate athletic organization in the United States, which operated from — Today Navy and Syracuse are also part of the association.

Each year these five schools choose whom to invite to the IRA National Championship Regatta and are responsible for its organization. Syracuse crew also participates in the Eastern Association of Rowing Colleges. SU has reached 31 team national championships, including 14 men's lacrosse, six men's crew, two cross country running , and one each in boxing , football , women's lacrosse, and women's field hockey.

The men's basketball team holds the largest on campus attendance record of 35, attendees. In , Syracuse earned its first National Championship following an undefeated football season and a Cotton Bowl victory over Texas. The team featured sophomore running back Ernie Davis who, in , became the first African-American to win the Heisman Trophy.

Davis was slated to play for the Cleveland Browns in the same backfield as Jim Brown , but died of leukemia before being able to play professionally.

Syracuse played its first intercollegiate lacrosse game in , and captured its first USILA championship in In the modern NCAA era, Syracuse is the first school to capture 11 National Championships, the most of any team in college lacrosse history.

Toward the end of the s, Syracuse University was under pressure to improve its football facilities in order to remain a NCAA Division I football school. Its small concrete stadium, Archbold Stadium , was seventy years old and not up to the standards of other schools. The stadium could not be expanded; it had been reduced from 40, seats to 26, due to the fire codes. Syracuse University decided to build a new stadium. In , Archbold Stadium was demolished to make way for the Carrier Dome, which was to have a domed Teflon -coated, fiberglass inflatable roof.

It would also serve as the home for the men's basketball team, as a replacement for Manley Field House. The Carrier Dome was constructed between April and September A new fixed roof, a vertically hung scoreboard, state-of-the-art sound and lighting systems, improved accessibility, upgraded concessions, air conditioning and added Wi-Fi capabilities are just a handful of features visitors, students, faculty, staff, alumni and fans of Syracuse University will experience beginning in fall Weber , lawyer and certified fraud examiner , who reported misconduct in the Bernard L.

The College of Environmental Science and Forestry ESF has a long affiliation with Syracuse University, shares many campus resources, and operates its main academic campus immediately adjacent to Syracuse University. ESF is an autonomous institution, administratively separate from SU, while resources, facilities, and some infrastructure are shared.

The two schools share a common Schedule of Classes; students at both institutions may take courses at the other, and degrees from ESF bear the Syracuse University seal along with the State University of New York. A number of concurrent degree programs and certificates are offered between the schools, as well.

The college receives an annual appropriation as part of the SUNY budget and the state builds and maintains all of the college's educational facilities. The state has similar relationships with five statutory colleges that are at Alfred University and Cornell University. ESF faculty, students, and students' families join those from SU to take part in a joint convocation ceremony at the beginning of the academic year in August, and joint commencement exercises in May.

A joint Master of Public Health degree program is offered by the two institutions; the program is the first of its kind in Central New York. Triple Cities College offered local students the first two years of their education, while the following two were spent at Syracuse University. In , students could earn their degrees entirely at the Binghamton campus.

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