Potsdam in the Headlines

February 27, 2015

EurekAlert!, “Music teachers share their unique perspectives on music education in America” (Crane School of Music Instructor Julie Bannerman)

Fort Drum Mountaineer, “Earn your bachelor’s or advanced degree at Jefferson Higher Education Center” (SUNY Potsdam Watertown programs)

February 26, 2015

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam approved to offer new graphic design and media arts bachelor’s degrees” (Department of Art)

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam associate professor of history awarded grant to study Japan in the space age” (Dr. Shiho Imai)

WWNY TV, “College adjuncts rally for better treatment” (SUNY Potsdam / United University Professions)

Watertown Daily Times, “One teacher walks out alone on National Adjunct Walkout Day in Jefferson and St. Lawrence counties

The Polytechnic, “RPI a cappella groups take on regional competition” (Potsdam Pointercounts/Potsdam Pitches)

WWNY TV, “The Art Museum at SUNY Potsdam: ‘FORGET GRAMMAR THINK POTATOES’”

North Country Now, “Registration underway for Can-Am Hoops Classic in Potsdam” (SUNY Potsdam Bears Athletics / Center for Lifelong Education and Recreation)

February 24, 2015

D3 Hockey, “Bears shock No. 1 Oswego, clinch home playoff game” (SUNY Potsdam Bears Men’s Hockey)

North Country Now,SUNY Potsdam men’s hockey to face Buffalo in SUNYAC quarterfinals on Wednesday” (Bears Hockey)

North Country Public Radio, “Crane graduate Larry Ham brings his jazz piano brilliance to the North Country” (Crane School of Music alumnus / Crane Jazz Ensemble)

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam’s Crane School of Music hosts musicologist Feb. 23, 24” (Visiting scholar Dr. J. Peter Burkholder / Crane Symphony Orchestra)

The Arrow, Southeast Missouri State University, “Dr. Margaret Madden discusses her educational philosophy” (SUNY Potsdam Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs)

Saugerties Times
, “Saugerties students of note” (SUNY Potsdam SUNYAC All-Academic Team)

North Country Now, “SUNY Potsdam women’s lacrosse to host Family Day Sunday

February 17, 2015

North Country Now, “St. Lawrence County residents complete internships through SUNY Potsdam

The National, “Opinion: No real progress on crucial issues of free speech in Algeria” (SUNY Potsdam Assistant Professor of Modern Languages Dr. Abdelkader Cheref)

North Country Now, “SLU hosts free performance by instrumentalists Kyle Tupper and Friends Feb. 18” (Crane School of Music alumnus)

Southeast Missourian
, “Weather disrupts schedule for Southeast president hopeful” (SUNY Potsdam Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Margaret Madden)