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SUNY Canton is a small coeducational college of science and technology in Canton NY, offering both two and four-year undergraduate degrees. This unit of the State University of New York is widely noted for programs in veterinary science, nursing, mortuary science and criminal justice.

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The School of Agriculture, Canton NY
SUNY Canton started life as The School of Agriculture in 1906. This slideshow is part of a display from the school archives presented at the Third Annual Symposium on Education, Environment and Economic Vitality in April 2005.
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Teaching Technology: Just Throw Tomatoes
A class at SUNY Canton gives high school students a chance to grapple with real engineering problems, but with a seasonal twist. Students have to design and build a catapult to launch rotten tomatoes the furthest.

SUNY Canton to Spearhead Biodiesel Plant

SUNY Canton yesterday announced plans to help build a factory in the North Country that turns soybeans, corn, canola, and even used frying oil into fuel. As David Sommerstein reports, the college believes a biodiesel plant could create hundreds of jobs and provide a boost to ailing farms.  Go to full article
Joe Rappa shows off the final product.

Biodiesel: Brew Your Own Fuel

Tomorrow in Canton the North Country Sustainable Energy Fair showcases alternative energies and conservation techniques, from wind and solar power to "green" construction. One presenter will share his experience turning used vegetable oil into biodiesel fuel to power his car. David Sommerstein has this profile.  Go to full article

Farmers Worry Help May Not Come Soon Enough

Representatives from the North Country's agriculture industry addressed farmers' problems at a state Assembly hearing Friday. As David Sommerstein reports, there were more questions than answers as the local dairy industry faces severe stress.  Go to full article

Canton Hosts Town Hall Meeting on Agriculture

New York lawmakers will hear firsthand from farmers about agricultural issues in a series of town meetings held across the state. The first will be held this Friday at SUNY...  Go to full article
Gov. Pataki, Clarkson president-elect Tony Collins, and State Senator Ray Meier.

Pataki Gives Clarkson $4.5 Million for Biotech

Governor George Pataki visited Clarkson University in Potsdam Friday to announce a 4.5 million dollar state grant through its Ge*NY*sis program. The money will help Clarkson...  Go to full article

Students Object to Tuition Hikes

State lawmakers object to Governor Pataki's plans to raise tuition and cut student aid at New York's public colleges and universities. The fiscal committee of the state...  Go to full article

SUNY Board Proposes Tuition Hike

The State University of New York Board of Trustees has recommended that tuition be raised by 41 percent next year. The change could mean that tuition will increase to as much...  Go to full article

SUNY Potsdam Students Reax

David Sommerstein spoke with SUNY Potsdam students Saturday about the proposed tuition increase. Many students face two or three years of higher tuition than they had...  Go to full article

SUNY Canton President on Tuition Hike

SUNY Canton President Joseph Kennedy responds to news of the proposed SUNY tuition hike. David Sommerstein reports.  Go to full article

SUNY Students Angry About Possible Tuition Hikes

The state's business lobby says it's in favor of tuition increases for students at New York's public colleges. That stance has angered some students at the State University...  Go to full article

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