SUNY Plattsburgh

News and Press Releases

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,, 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. 


SUNY Plattsburgh College Council Holds Regular February Meeting

02:19pm EST, 9 Feb 2015

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 9, 2015) —The SUNY Plattsburgh College Council will hold its regular February meeting in the Thomas and Marie Hermes Conference Center, Au Sable Hall (new School of Business and Economics and Computer Science Building) Tuesday, Feb. 10 beginning at 1 p.m.

In addition to the regular reports by President John Ettling, Acting Chair Salvatore Graven and committee chairs, the council will hear a presentation by the Campus Committee on Environmental Responsibility and will approve a resolution recognizing Priscilla Burke for outstanding service as a member of the council. 


Professor Ties Dr. Seuss to Early 20th Century Education Philosopher in Feinberg Series

04:07pm EST, 6 Feb 2015

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Feb. 6, 2015) —SUNY Plattsburgh literacy education professor Dr. Bob Ackland, will connect the dots between Dr. Seuss and educational reformer Dr. John Dewey in the next Feinberg Library “Books that Rocked the World … And Still Do!” series Wednesday, Feb. 11 at 5 p.m. in the library’s third-floor reading room.

Ackland will present “Dr. Seuss Meets Dr. Dewey: Diffendoofer School Exemplifies ‘Democracy and Education,’” which will draw upon notes and sketches found after the death of Seuss’ alter ego, Theodore Geisel’s. Those notes and drawings formed the basis of “Horray for Diffendoofer Day.” Ackland looks at how Dewey’s seminal work on experiential education is connected to the school envisioned by Seuss — a place where you learn to think. 


SUNY Plattsburgh Students Honored at Theater Conference

04:54pm EST, 5 Feb 2015

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (February 6, 2015) — SUNY Plattsburgh theater students brought home honors from the Region I Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival in Hyannis, Mass., this January.

Leah Sweeney, Brandon Klein, Klynt Ramjattan, Abigayle Ploetz, Collin Moore and Dana McLaughlin participated in the Design, Tech, and Management Tech Olympics at the conference and SUNY Plattsburgh students won the Region I Tech trophy and other prizes for their endeavors. 


Cardinal Callers Kick Off New Semester of Calling

02:32pm EST, 2 Feb 2015

Plattsburgh, N.Y. (Feb. 2, 2015) — You may have heard of them. You may be hearing from them. The SUNY Plattsburgh Cardinal Callers hit the phones for the Spring 2015 Phonathon beginning tonight.

Phonathon is a vital component of SUNY Plattsburgh's annual giving program, in which callers help manage the operation — calling alumni and other friends of the college. The position, a part-time, paid gig, assumes several rewarding responsibilities in an interactive, fast-paced environment. Opportunities for advancement are possible.


Digital technology company set as first START-UP NY business at SUNY Plattsburgh

12:00am EST, 28 Jan 2015

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Jan. 28, 2015) — A Montreal-based multimedia solutions company will begin operations in early 2015 on the campus of SUNY Plattsburgh, combining a net 17 new jobs with student learning and internship opportunities as part of the state’s START-UP NY program.

Eye-In-Media, a marketing and technology company that specializes in digital signage, digital menu boards, and Wi-Fi network management, develops and manages cutting-edge multimedia solutions that enable marketers to broadcast dynamic content across unlimited locations on screens or on mobile devices.


Marcus Music Endowment Benefits Adirondack Wind Ensemble

03:29pm EST, 23 Jan 2015

PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Jan. 23, 2015) — A few years into Daniel Gordon’s tenure as a music professor at SUNY Plattsburgh, he had gotten to know the public school music teachers in the region and realized that like him, they’re all trained musicians with an instrumental specialty.

“I thought if I could get them in the same room at the same time, we’d have a well-balanced wind ensemble, which is an orchestra without the strings,” the associate professor and chair of the college’s music department said. Gordon, himself a jazz saxophonist who teaches saxophone and directs the college’s symphonic band and saxophone ensemble, contacted the music teachers and was surprised that nearly every one of them said yes. He feared the next question would prove the deal breaker: When would they rehearse? 


Newer Articles Older Articles

Contact Information

If you would like more information on any of the following news releases, please contact:

Gerianne Wright, Assistant Director of Communications
SUNY Plattsburgh
Phone: (518) 564-2090