Kaloyeros sentenced to over 3 years in SUNY Poly scandal


Kaloyeros sentenced to over 3 years in SUNY Poly scandal

NEW YORK — A judge sentenced SUNY Polytechnic Institute founder Alain Kaloyeros on Tuesday to 3 ½ years in federal prison for bid-rigging.

Judge Valerie Caproni imposed the sentence on Kaloyeros, 62, during his appearance in U.S. District Court in Manhattan.

The sentencing ends the downfall of Kaloyeros, who escaped war-torn Lebanon, moved to America in 1980 and paved a career that made him the face of the nanotechnology expansion in upstate New York. Kaloyeros founded SUNY Poly, the sprawling campus on Fuller Road that was initially known as the College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering (CNSE).

Source: Times Unition
Kaloyeros sentenced to over 3 years in SUNY Poly scandal

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