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This profile was last updated on 8/27/15  and contains information from public web pages and contributions from the ZoomInfo community.

Director of Sponsored Programs

State University of New York College at Oneonta

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  • Bachelor's degree , geology
    SUNY Binghamton
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Kim Muller | ESCORT, 27 Aug 2015 [cached]
Kim Muller
Kim Muller became the Director of ESCORT in August 2010. Prior to that, she worked closely with the organization as Director of Sponsored Programs at the SUNY Oneonta. She has administered hundreds of federal/state contracts, grants and subcontracts over 20 years and has vast expertise in overall program management, staffing, evaluation, and contract/grant management. Kim has also been actively engaged in local and state government; she served as Mayor of the City of Oneonta (1998-2005) and as an Otsego County Representative (1986-1993).
Ninash Foundation [cached]
The third graders of Oneonta Riverside School led an annual campaign to support the sister city commitment made by the City of Oneonta Mayor, Kim Muller, in 1999.
Ninash Foundation [cached]
The City of Oneonta Common Council, at their regular meeting of December 5, 2000, headed by then Mayor Kim Muller, made the Proclamation by endorsing the Sister City Project between Oneonta, NY, USA and Dundlod, Rajasthan, India.
Press Release - NYS Parks, Recreation & Historic Preservation, 20 Nov 2007 [cached]
New York State Office of Parks, Recreation and Historic Preservation Commissioner Carol Ash today announced the appointment of Kim K. Muller as Director of the Central Region for the agency.
As director, Muller will oversee 34 state parks and historic sites in the Central Region which encompasses Broome, Delaware, Cortland, Chenango, Otsego, Onondaga, Madison, Herkimer, Oswego, and Oneida Counties.
"Kim Muller's distinguished career in public service, connection to the Central New York community, and professional background will prove to be a great asset to the Central Region and the entire New York State Parks system."
Encompassing a 9,000 square mile area, from the shores of Lake Ontario in the north, to the Pennsylvania state line in the south, the Central Region is one of the largest regions in the state parks system. The region stands out for the physical beauty of the glacially carved lakes, valleys, waterfalls, and mountains.
Muller has more than two decades of professional experience and community service, including serving as Mayor of the City of Oneonta from 1998-2005 and as an Otsego County representative from 1986-1993. As Mayor, Muller oversaw implementation of the Oneonta City Parks Master Plan including the creation of several parks and recreation projects. Most recently, Muller has worked as Director of the Grants Development Office at SUNY Oneonta.
As a vibrant and involved member of the community, Muller has served on several Boards including the Future for Oneonta Foundation, Oneonta YMCA and SUCO Children's Center, and as member of various organizations including the Oneonta Federated Garden Club; and the New York State Solid Waste Management Board.
"Kim brings a wealth of knowledge and vast leadership experience to this position, and I look forward to working with her on the region's recreational, economic development and environmental future."
Kim Muller earned her Bachelors Degree in Geology from of the State University of New York Binghamton in 1979, and has continued coursework in both geology and administration. She will begin as Director in late November.
SUCO to show range of research [cached]
The show was started to spotlight research projects, said Kim Muller, grants development manager at SUCO, and reflects that the college is filing successful grant applications.
SUCO has been in the top five State University of New York colleges in total grants received in recent years, she said.
Muller, who also is mayor of Oneonta, encouraged community members to attend the free show.
"They might be amazed at the volume of research being conducted at their hometown SUNY campus," Muller said."It,s quite a statement."
Muller said grants awarded to SUCO projects were $4.8 million in 2003-04 and $4.5 million in 2003-04, and this year,s results could be comparable.
The grants are from public and private sectors, Muller said.Funds have been awarded by the National Science Foundation, the National Institutes of Health, the Environmental Protection Agency, state and federal education departments and other sources.
The number of grant applications from SUCO has increased to 91 in 2003-04 from 31 eight years ago, Muller said.
The SUCO Faculty Research Show is sponsored by the college,s grants development office, provost,s office and college advancement office.
For more information, call the grants development office at 436-2479.Muller and Kathleen Meeker, grants writer, are organizing the show.
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