HeartMath Partnership

Project BLEND is excited to continue a prosperous relationship with The Insitutue of HeartMath. We have partnered together for several years to offer heart-focused education to our Project BLEND Scholars, and continue to strengthen our relationship. This year, while working with Dr. David Parisian, our HeartMath consultant, we have expanded to include longitudinal research and inquiry in to the retention of heart-focused practices, as well as a bi-weekly news letter to enhance the quality of the specialized training the HeartMath Institute offers for future administrators.

Mentor Leader Scholars

Mentor Leader Scholars are former Project BLEND Scholars who have successfully completed their CAS in Educational Administration. Mentor Leader Scholars for the third phase of Project BLEND are Kasey Dolson, Principal at Liverpool High School, Nick Scholz, Vice Principal at the H.W. PK-8 School, and Tim Patterson, Instructional Technology Integration Specialist at OCM BOCES.

Project BLEND Alumni

Katrina Allen

Katrina has been with Project BLEND since its inception in 2009, becoming one of our first Scholars. Katrina Allen was accepted as a Project BLEND Scholar after being nominated through the Syracuse School District. During her time as a Scholar, Katrina worked as a middle school science teacher. Katrina completed her Certificate of Advanced Study at SUNY Oswego in 2011. Now, she is making us proud as the Principal of Franklin Elementary School in Syracuse, New York!

Partnerships

Project BLEND has had the honor of partnering with many consultants and organizations. Click on the images below to learn more about the affiliations of our professional partners:

The Research Foundation for SUNY

The Research Foundation for SUNY: The Office of Research and Sponspored Programs

The ORSP is SUNY Oswego's branch of the Research Foundation for SUNY and is responsible for the development, coordination, and financial management of all contracts and grants on SUNY Oswego's campus, and assists Project BLEND in the proposal writing process.

Contact Us

Phone: 315-312-2259

Email: projectblend@oswego.edu

Office Hours: Monday - Thursday: 9:00AM - 2:00PM

Address: 
SUNY Oswego
306A Park Hall
Oswego, New York 13126

About Us

Since its inception in July 2009, when SUNY Oswego received its initial award from NYSED, Project BLEND has devoted resources to developing a cohesive educational leadership system in New York State. We have consistently demonstrated our commitment to preparing tomorrow's school leaders for success in high-need school buildings and districts. We provide high quality research-based program elements and a rigorous, authentic clinical internship within our registered pre-service Certificate of Advanced study in Educational Leadership.

Project BLEND

Project BLEND is one of six TLQP (Teacher Leader Quality Partnerships) initiatives funded by the New York State Education Department. It has evolved to become a highly respected tuition assistance scholarship program offered to aspiring leaders who are primarily tenured instructors in CNY’s high-need buildings and districts. Awarded recipients are nominated by administrators from our partner school districts in Onondaga and Oswego County.