Dr. Margaret E. Madden, provost, vice president for academic affairs and professor of psychology at SUNY Potsdam, recently was awarded the Sue Rosenberg Zalk Award for Distinguished Service to the Society for the Psychology of Women, which is a division of the American Psychological Association, in recognition of “significant, substantial and longstanding contributions” to the society.
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Several SUNY Potsdam faculty members from The Crane School of Music will present a recital featuring Benjamin Britten’s music for voice, guitar and harp on Wednesday, Sept. 10, at 7:30 p.m. in the Sara M. Snell Music Theater.
Nicole M. Nephew of Malone has been named a volunteer in service to America (VISTA) with AmeriCorps and the New York Campus Compact to help fight poverty in the region.
KeyBank's Key Foundation recently awarded a $5,000 grant to SUNY Potsdam's North Country Science and Technology Entry Program (NCSTEP), which completed its 20th Annual Summer Math and Science Camp at SUNY Potsdam in July. Twenty-four middle school students from St. Lawrence County, Franklin County and the St. Regis Mohawk Reservation at Akwesasne attended the camp, which included classes in robotics, math, forensics and renewable energy design. Pictured at the Student Project Exhibition and Family Luncheon (from left) are Gerhard O.
Crane School of Music Professor Emeritus Dr. Arthur Frackenpohl and photographer Jane Lammers of Canton have created music-related photo projects based on Dr. Frackenpohl’s career as a composer, one of which is now on display at Canton-Potsdam Hospital.
Alexandra “Sasha” Shatalova, a SUNY Potsdam senior from New Paltz, recently was awarded second prize in the First International Double Reed Society (IDRS) Young Artist competition for oboe.
Shatalova competed against 33 young oboists from colleges and conservatories in the United States, Canada and China. The final stage of the competition, restricted to artists who have not reached their 22nd birthday, was held in July at the 2008 IDRS Convention in Provo, UT, on the campus of Brigham Young University. Shatalova received a $1,000 cash award for her placement in the competition.
Why is it that so many people can play video games for hours on end and lose track of time, while for others a few minutes of game play is enough? Is it the individual or the game that matters?
SUNY Potsdam’s former coordinator of assessment, Dr. Bruce Carl Brydges, has been selected for the position of director of academic assessment in the Office of Institutional Effectiveness. He began his new duties in July.
Of the 150 Chinese undergraduate students who will be attending State University of New York Colleges this fall as part of SUNY’s initiative to provide an education to students from the Sichuan Province of western China, the site of a massive earthquake in May, five will call SUNY Potsdam home for the next year.
SUNY Potsdam welcomed nine incoming freshmen students at the top of their class for the fall semester, including four valedictorians and five salutatorians.
“We are thrilled that these students accepted our invitations to become a part of our family for the next phase of their lives,” said Tom Nesbitt, director of admissions. “They all have a tremendous work ethic and are active members in their respective communities.”
This year’s valedictorians and salutatorians include students from throughout New York state.
Alexandra Jacobs Wilke