Updated, 3:00, to reflect conversation with SUNY Potsdam’s program coordinator for the MS program in community health.
One of the things that’s interesting about rural life is that everyone you know has the same doctor. Here in the...
Hi! SUNY has just made an announcement that will be of interest to many in NCPR’s own Canton-Potsdam area: Dr. Joseph C. Hoffman has been appointed as Acting President of SUNY Canton.
This isn’t a big surprise: The Watertown Daily...
With the news earlier this week that Cooper Union in New York City, one of the few tuition-free institutions left in the country, was planning to start charging tuition next year, I was reminded of the incredible gift I enjoyed at the then...
Jan 14, 2005 — SUNY Chancellor Robert King, who made the surprise announcement earlier this week that he wanted a six month paid sabbatical, has now abruptly withdrawn the request. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Jan 12, 2005 — SUNY Chancellor Robert King has requested a leave for personal and professional reasons. He wrote a letter to the SUNY Board of Trustees saying he wants to spend more time with his family, recharge his inner batteries, and reflect on the future of the university. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Dec 13, 2004 — The State University of New York will seek an increase in funding in Governor Pataki's budget next year. SUNY officials say the increase is needed just to maintain the current offering of classes and other services to students. Karen DeWitt reports. Go to full article
Jan 20, 2003 — 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 as $4800 a year at some four-year colleges and universities. Karen Dewitt reports. Go to full article
Jan 15, 2003 — Governor Pataki has named former state senator Ronald Stafford to help govern New York's public universities. When confirmed by the senate, Stafford will serve on the SUNY board of trustees. Brian Mann has details. Go to full article
Aug 30, 2002 — The North Country's colleges and universities are welcoming a near record number of new students to their campuses this year. That's good news for tight budgets. But as David Sommerstein reports, schools have different ways of dealing with the influx of students. Go to full article
Feb 21, 2002 — SUNY Colleges will be using a million dollars in state grant money to provide training for nearly 5,000 private and public sector jobs. In the North Country, 7 companies will benefit from the training program being offered through the Adirondack Community College. Jody Tosti reports. Go to full article