Bricks, windows and landscaping have replaced bare steel and construction fences on the outside. Wallboard, wood panels and paint are transforming the inside.
Pretty soon, the college will open the doors on its $14 million building for business and computer science. Here’s a sneak peek. Read more.
Students are human capitalists, according to Colin Read, chair of SUNY Plattsburgh’s economics and finance program.
“They want to make the best investment in their human capital that they possibly can,” he said, and they want instructors who are active and respected in their field. Read more.
Three students recently received top awards in scientific research competitions for work done with frogs and ancient skeletons under the guidance of Dr. Nancy Elwess and Sandra Latourelle in SUNY Plattsburgh’s Department of Biology.
Michael Haynes, a junior biology major from Brooklyn, N.Y., placed second in the ecology and evolutionary biology division of the international Sigma Xi Research Society’s Student Research Showcase, held online in March. Read more.
Plattsburgh Magazine staff wanted to know what readers think of the print publication. So we asked.
We sent a survey to a random sample of our readers. Of the 7,825 people in that sample, 266 took the survey, giving it about a +/-6 percent margin of error. Read more.
They met in philosophy class. Their first kiss was here.
They graduated and moved to New York City, where tough times brought them even closer. Read more.
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