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Student Research and Creativity

Explore! Experience! Reflect! Become!

The Office for Student Research and Creativity at SUNY Potsdam offers support for student-faculty collaborations or mentorships that contribute to the understanding of a discipline through the examination, study, creation and communication of new knowledge by means of an original scholarly or creative project.

Spring 2019

Office Hours The Director is generally available for walk-in appointments:

  • Monday, 9 - 11 a.m. & 2 - 5 p.m.
  • Tuesday, 9 - 11 a.m. & 1 - 3:30 p.m.
  • Wednesday, 9 - 11:30 a.m.
  • Thursday, 9 - 11 a.m. & 2 - 3:30 p.m.

Director

Dr. Thomas N. Baker 
Email: bakertn@potsdam.edu

See what our office can do for you!
Austin Raetz ' 18

Austin Raetz just graduated summa cum laude and was accepted into a prestigious graduate program in History at Cornell University. What’s equally impressive is his passion and personal connection to his field of study, as he examines sexuality and gender roles through a historical lens.

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Genevieve Ruhland ’18

Before Genevieve Ruhland ’18 wrapped up her double major in music education and math this year, she directed a 70-minute experimental percussion performance in the Academic Quad—a project that allowed her to explore less mainstream percussion music as part of her Presidential Scholars research.

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Mahala Nyberg ’18

As a SUNY Potsdam Presidential Scholar, Mahala Nyberg ’18 worked extensively on a project focused on the life of WWII Veteran Donald Waful. She is now a senior and wrapping up a challenging course load with a double major in history and archaeological studies.

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Alexis Michael '18

As one of 21 students working on independent research projects through the Presidential Scholars Program this year, Alexis Michael ’18, a double major in archaeology and history, took aim at an experiment that could change archaeologists’ theories about when Indigenous populations first used the bow and arrow in Eastern North America.

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