SUNY Potsdam Professor Creates Fun Educational Videos in Collaboration with North Country Children’s Museum
A partnership between SUNY Potsdam Faculty Member Dr. Page Quinton and the North Country Children’s Museum is helping enrich the young — and youthful at heart — just in time for summer. Since museums cannot begin to reopen until phase four of the New York Forward reopening health and safety guidelines, the fun and educational video series offers an alternative.
A Strong Finish: SUNY Potsdam Bachelor of Fine Arts Graduates Showcase Works Online
The creative strength of SUNY Potsdam’s arts students remains undiminished by a pandemic which has injected new innovation into the way we engage with and create art, literature and drama.
Normally, graduates from the College’s selective Bachelor of Fine Arts programs are all celebrated with culminating exhibitions and readings to cap off their senior years.
SUNY Potsdam Learning & Research Fair Switches to Online Format April 28
Student-driven research — it’s an important part of the SUNY Potsdam experience, and the skills it imparts may be more vital than ever.
The 2020 SUNY Potsdam Learning and Research Fair will showcase the efforts of students pushing the boundaries of their own innovation. This year, the coronavirus pandemic has forced a new creative twist on the fair — all entries will be posted and judged online. The fair kicks off on Tuesday, April 28.
SUNY Potsdam Community Assists in Fight Against COVID-19
The SUNY Potsdam has collected hundreds of pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) from around campus for donation to the St. Lawrence County Public Health Department and the county Emergency Operations Center (EOC), and a staff member has used her own seed money to set up a mask-making shop in her basement. Meanwhile, other faculty and staff are using 3D printers to create face shield visors and strap holders for N95 masks, while alumni working in industry are ramping up production of face masks and shields.
SUNY Potsdam Psychology Faculty Member Dr. Claire J. Starrs Surveys Campus & Community on Impact of COVID-19
How is the novel coronavirus epidemic impacting your life and emotional well-being, and how are you coping?
SUNY Potsdam Assistant Professor Dr. Claire J. Starrs wants to know. In a new online study, the clinical psychology researcher examines COVID-19 responses and stressors on the campus and surrounding areas, seeking to go beyond anecdotal answers and social media posts.
The State University of New York at Potsdam is Ranked Among Top Public Universities & Rated on Several Lists in U.S. News & World Report
The State University of New York at Potsdam continues to climb in the rankings released by U.S. News & World Report each year. SUNY Potsdam has once again been named to the top tier of the best regional universities in the Northern United States in the “Best Colleges 2020” ratings.
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