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UAS Atoms visited Assured Information Security (AIS)

On Wednesday, February 14th, 2018, #UASCS visited Assured Information Security (AIS) in Rome, NY and learned about cyber security, engineering and drones. During the summer #UASAtoms will have an opportunity to do summer internship at Assured Information Security.

AIS was founded in 2001 as a software company focused on critical Air Force and Department of Defense cyber technology requirements research. We staffed and operated the Adversarial Sciences Laboratory within the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Information Directorate in Rome, NY, handling all areas of cyber operations. AIS mission is to define and develop generation-after-next concepts and capabilities to support and defend cyberspace.

AIS pursue this mission through research and development of technologies relevant to deterring deliberate threats and attacks on the United States information infrastructure. They focus on developing technologies that support information operations (IO), signals intelligence (SIGINT), and all phases of computer network operations (CNO).

60 scholars attended Saturday School

On Saturday, February 10th, 2018, 60 scholars attended Saturday School Tutoring at #UASCS Middle School. Hamilton College students also joined the teachers to support #UASAtoms scholars’ learning.

UAS Middle School held its second quarter award ceremony

On Friday, February 9th, 2018, Utica Academy of Science Middle School held its Second Quarter Award Ceremony. Scholars worked hard to earn awards in several categories such as Honor Roll, High Honor Roll, Dean's List, Most Improved Behavior, Most Improved Academic, and Best Behavior. There were total of 69 students out of 161 students during the ceremony. Congratulations to all #UASAtoms at #UASCS.

President & CEO at WCNY Robert Daino visited UAS High School

On Friday, February 9th, 2018, President & CEO at WCNY Robert Daino visited Utica Academy of Science high school. Mr. Daino has been President and CEO of Central New York’s public broadcasting company, WCNY Public Media, since 2005.

Mr. Daino opened an Education Center as part of the company’s new facility that hosts a unique model for experiential learning, the Enterprise America program. Enterprise America provides middle school students an immersive learning experience focused on STEM (science, technology, education and math) skills, entrepreneurship and financial and civic literacy. It’s the first of its kind in New York State and has the potential to reach 700,000 students within a 2-hour radius of Syracuse. Entered a partnership with OCM-BOCES and Onondaga Community College to launch an innovative co-curricular program for high school students. Students who graduate from the two-year program will earn a Regents diploma with technical certifications, 18 college credits, and have invaluable practical experience in all aspects of working in a multi-media broadcast environment.

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UAS Atoms attended NYS Charter School Advocacy Day

On Tuesday, February 6th, 2018, parents, students, & staff from Utica Academy of Science went to Albany, NY to be part of the NYS Charter School Advocacy Day. UAS Atoms visited and talked to Assemblyman Brindisi and Senator Griffo.

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UAS Juniors & Seniors started internship at St. Elizabeth Family Medical Center

On Monday, February 5th, 2018 Utica Academy of Science juniors and seniors started internship/shadowing at St. Elizabeth Family Medical Center. UAS Atoms will be learning about what it takes to become a nurses and doctors. 

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Tis the Season for the Arts in Downtown, Utica

You will soon see the works of UASCS students, Angelina Orsaio and Ossariene Felix, featured in a "Streetscape Gallery" of pole banners on Genesee Street in downtown Utica. Reimaging the Arts

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