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Potsdam Swimming Places Well at North Country Invitational

11.21.08
The SUNY Potsdam men's and women's swim team both finished well on the first day of the North Country Invitational at Maxcy Pool. The women are currently in second place with 285 points behind Oneonta which has 376. The men are in third place with 230 behind Clarkson (323) and Buffalo State (266).

SUNY Potsdam Women Fall in Basketball Opener

11.21.08
The SUNY Potsdam women were denied in Friday’s season opener at the Keene State Women’s Tip-Off as they fell 65-59 to the University of New England. The Bears will play again on Saturday when they meet Johnson and Wales in the tournament’s 1 pm consolation round. Despite leading most of the first period, Potsdam went to the locker room with a narrow 31-33 deficient. The Bears regained the lead early in the second half, before the Nor’easters took over again with under five minutes to play.

SUNY Potsdam student wins second place in national research competition

11.20.08
SUNY Potsdam junior Jeremiah Miller recently won second place for his research poster at the Historically Black Colleges and Universities Undergraduate Program (HBCU-UP) National Research Conference in Atlanta, GA, in late October. Miller, a triple major in biology, community health and psychology, presented research he conducted over the summer at SUNY Stony Brook on chronic psychological stress.

SUNY Potsdam's Psychology Club Holiday Fundraiser

11.20.08
Members of SUNY Potsdam’s Psychology Club junior Victoria (Tori) McAdam of Governeur (l) and senior Brittany Deno of Downsville braved the rain, wind and snow on a recent weekend to collect money to purchase holiday gifts for children served by Cerebral Palsy of the North Country. The club manned stations at Giant Tiger and Wal-Mart in Potsdam and exceeded their totals from last year’s effort.

SUNY Potsdam education students inspired by best practices in teaching seminar

11.20.08
A total of 14 SUNY Potsdam students majoring in education recently participated in the Best Practices in Teaching Seminar, “Keys to Effective Teaching” sponsored by SUNY Potsdam’s Teacher Opportunity Corps (TOC) and School of Education and Professional Studies. Carol Rossi-Fries, clinical faculty member of the School of Education and Professional Studies and former social studies teacher at A.A. Kingston Middle School, Potsdam and 2003 New York State Teacher of the Year, presented the interactive seminar.

SUNY Potsdam to celebrate International Human Rights Day

11.20.08
SUNY Potsdam is celebrating the 60th anniversary of the adoption of the United Nations General Assembly’s Universal Declaration of Human Rights with several events on Monday, December 8, designed to be informative, reflective and offer a forum for discussion about current human rights issues. The celebration will feature several presentations by students, faculty and experts in the fields of human rights. All events will take place in the Barrington Student Union Fireside Lounge unless otherwise indicated.

SUNY Potsdam Women Make Home Hockey Debut on Friday

11.19.08
The women’s hockey team at SUNY Potsdam will make its home debut on Friday night when they welcome the RIT Tigers for a 7 p.m. contest. President John F. Schwaller along with pioneers from earlier women’s teams will meet at center-ice for a ceremonial puck drop to mark this special occasion. While the Bears are returning to home ice as a NCAA varsity team for the first since 1984, they have already accumulated a 2-3-1 season record in road games thus far. Potsdam tied nationally ranked Utica, 1-1, in last Saturday’s conference travel match at Utica.

SUNY Potsdam to Host North Country Tip-Off Classic

11.19.08
SUNY Potsdam’s Jerry Welsh Gymnasium will be the site of this weekend’s exciting basketball action as the Bears host the North Country Tip-Off Classic sponsored by Casella Waste Services. Friday’s games will began at 6 pm when the Golden Knights of Clarkson University take on the Keystone College Giants. Following at 8 pm the Potsdam Bears will welcome the Paul Smith’s Bobcats. Tournament action will continue on Saturday afternoon with the consolation match scheduled to begin at 2 pm followed by the 2008 championship contest at 4 pm.

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Alexandra Jacobs Wilke
College Communications
(315) 267-2114
news@potsdam.edu