SUNY Potsdam Acting Chief Information Officer Romeyn Prescott ’92 will open the Spring 2019 Disciplined Inquiry in Education Seminar Series, with a presentation at noon on Wednesday, Jan. 30.
Prescott will speak about academic computing and support, looking at how computing has evolved over the years at the College. Having served at SUNY Potsdam for more than 30 years, Prescott has been witness to, and now helps shape the ongoing development of, information technology on campus. Prescott will give a brief history of Computing and Technology Services, report on the current state of the office and talk about resources of support for those making use of technology as part of their curricula and research, both on-campus and off.
The Disciplined Inquiry in Education Seminar is sponsored by SUNY Potsdam's School of Education and Professional Studies. Since its inception 11 years ago, the School has hosted more than 115 presentations as part of the annual series.
All seminar meetings will be offered on Wednesdays in the Rebecca V. Sheard Literacy Center balcony, from noon to 1 p.m. These events are free, and the public is welcome to attend.
The remaining sessions for the Spring 2019 Disciplined Inquiry in Education Seminar Series are as follows:
- Feb. 13: Pamela Charleson, “Labeling and Attitudes Regarding Disabilities”
- March 6: Marta Albert and Carolyn Stone, “‘How Do They Do It?’: Lessons from an Educational Travel Course in Finland and Sweden”
- April 3: Bryan Herman, “Science and Culture on the Soviet Screen: Russian and Member Republic Biographical Films During the Early Cold War, 1946-1953”
- April 24: Krista LaVack and Jim Pasquill, “Internationalizing the Faculty”
For the full descriptions of upcoming Disciplined Inquiry in Education events for the semester, visit www.potsdam.edu/academics/SOEPS/education/seminar.
The School of Education and Professional Studies at SUNY Potsdam has been preparing educators for nearly 200 years. For more information, visit www.potsdam.edu/academics/SOEPS/education.
About SUNY Potsdam:
Founded in 1816, The State University of New York at Potsdam is one of America’s first 50 colleges—and the oldest institution within SUNY. Now in its third century, SUNY Potsdam is distinguished by a legacy of pioneering programs and educational excellence. The College currently enrolls approximately 3,600 undergraduate and graduate students. Home to the world-renowned Crane School of Music, SUNY Potsdam is known for its challenging liberal arts and sciences core, distinction in teacher training and culture of creativity. To learn more, visit www.potsdam.edu.