News and Press Releases
Department of Music Presents Karen Becker and Friends Concert
01:04pm EDT, 13 Mar 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (March 13, 2015) — The SUNY Plattsburgh Department of Music presents Karen Becker and Friends Saturday, March 28 at 7:30 p.m. in the E. Glenn Giltz Auditorium, Hawkins Hall.
The concert will feature faculty pianist Karen Becker and mezzo-soprano Elizabeth Bishop.
The Acting Company Presents 'Macbeth'
01:01pm EDT, 13 Mar 2015
PLATTSBURGH , N.Y. (March 13, 2015) — The Acting Company, which The New York Times called “the major touring classical theater in the United States,” will present Shakespeare’s “Macbeth” Tuesday, March 24 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hartman Theatre, Myers Fine Arts Building.
The shortest of Shakespeare’s tragedies, the play follows Macbeth’s bloody reign over the Scottish territories. After his succession to the throne is prophesized by three witches, he and his wife decide to murder the current king to ensure his promotion. Guilt and paranoia, alongside supernatural occurrences, consume Macbeth, and he descends onto a path of madness and despair.
Climate Change Focus of SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury Conference
12:47pm EDT, 12 Mar 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (March 12, 2015) — Aspects of climate change — from areas of science and sustainability to its effect on culture and the arts — is the subject of a one-day conference March 21 at the SUNY Plattsburgh at Queensbury Branch Campus.
Adirondack Climate Reality 2015 is focused on helping people interested in discovering how they can help the environment or wanting to learn more about the state of the environment in the region. It features eight speakers and small-group breakout sessions designed to foster solutions and actions.
English Writing Adjunct Lecturer Awarded Chancellor's Award
11:55am EDT, 10 Mar 2015
Professor Torrey Wuesthoff, adjunct lecturer in English at SUNY Plattsburgh, is the recipient of the 2014-2015 Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Adjunct Teaching.
Wuesthoff, who teaches the English 100/101 college writing courses and advanced expository writing, said the announcement took him by surprise.
Area SUNY Presidents, Business Leaders Ask Lawmakers to Invest in SUNY
02:10pm EDT, 9 Mar 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (March 9, 2015) — Presidents from North Country area State University of New York campuses and local community leaders urged state elected officials on Monday to continue their bold leadership in supporting New York's public higher education sector, asking for the creation of a new Investment Fund and an extension of NYSUNY 2020 — including the broadly successful rational tuition policy — in the 2015-2016 New York State Budget.
A key component of SUNY’s budget request is a dedicated Investment Fund that will enable SUNY to graduate 150,000 students annually by 2020 through the systemwide scale-up of evidence-based programs known to support student success, including Finish in Four completion promises, applied learning, Educational Opportunity Programs, and expanded advisement services. SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher outlined this objective in her recent State of the University Address.
'Milk Like Sugar'
12:00am EST, 5 Mar 2015
A play by Kirsten Greenidge, Directed by Shawna Mefferd Carroll, Hartman Theatre, Myers Fine Arts Building.
2012 Obie for Playwriting, 2011 TCG Edgerton Foundation New American Play Award, and 2011 San Diego Critics Craig Noel Award for Outstanding New Play. MLS was first commissioned by La Jolla Playhouse and Theatre Masters; then produced at Playwrights Horizons as a coproduction with the Women’s Theater Project
SUNY Plattsburgh Creates Leadership Academy to Develop, Train Supervisors
10:45am EST, 27 Feb 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 26, 2015) — A special series of workshops designed to develop and train supervisors is being offered to employees this spring at SUNY Plattsburgh, part of a cooperative effort of the college administration and United University Professions to create a sustainable leadership training system for the campus.
The new Leadership Academy, starting this spring as a pilot program, was created through a UUP grant of joint labor-management funds and other in-kind contributions.
SUNY Plattsburgh Announces Fall 2014 Dean's List
11:58am EST, 26 Feb 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 26, 2015) — SUNY Plattsburgh has released the names of students who made the college’s dean’s list for fall 2014.
To be eligible, undergraduate students must achieve a minimum 3.5 semester grade point average with at least 12 credit hours. Part-time, matriculated students are also eligible for the dean’s list after accruing 12 credit hours consecutively and achieving a minimum 3.5 grade point average. These credits may be accumulated in more than one semester. Pass/fail credits do not count.
Physics Club Prints Valentine's Day Roses
03:23pm EST, 9 Feb 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 9, 2015) — The SUNY Plattsburgh Physics Club will once again offer 3D printed roses for sale for Valentine’s Day.
The roses, available in purple, red, black, and blue for $5 each, can be purchased from club members or in Room 113, Hudson Hall. A table at the Beekman Street doors in Hudson will be staffed as well. Roses will be available Feb. 11, with pre-orders being taken now. Proceeds will benefit the Double H Ranch, www.doublehranch.org, co-created by the late Paul Newman in 1993 for children dealing with life-threatening illnesses.
Rabbi to Address Issues of Sexuality as Presented in Genesis 38
02:32pm EST, 9 Feb 2015
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 9, 2015) — The SUNY Plattsburgh Gender and Women’s Studies program will host Dr. Rabbi Kari Tuling, who will speak on “Levirate Marriage and the Biblical Tamar : She is More Righteous than I,” Thursday, Feb. 26 at 12:30 p.m. in the Cardinal Lounge, Angell College Center.
Tuling, spiritual leader of Temple Beth Israel, Plattsburgh, will discuss the biblical stance on marriage, homosexuality, polygamy and prostitution through the lens of Genesis 38, the story of Tamar.
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