SUNY Canton is airing two new commercials emphasizing real-world educational opportunities. Both of the commercials are designed to show a glimpse of the overall experience of participating in SUNY Canton’s signature majors. One was developed to demonstrate the hands-on technology available within engineering technology programs.
A university research company, SR Education Group, has recognized SUNY Canton’s four-year Bachelor of Science in Nursing degree as one of the most economical online programs in the nation. The results for 2014 were released on the company’s website, www.onlineu.org. To be considered for inclusion, colleges are required to offer programs that are entirely online.
SUNY Canton celebrated a phenomenal coach and a distinguished gentleman with a life-size bronze statue. Terry L. Martin, head coach of the SUNY Canton men’s hockey program for 25 years, was honored on Saturday with the unveiling of the College’s new monument at the entryway of the college’s athletic facilities. The ceremony took place outside the doors to the ice arena of the Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center (CARC), also known as the Roos House.
SUNY Canton is inviting community members to submit nominations for the 2014 College Council Distinguished Citizen Award. The College has given this prestigious award every year since 1976 in recognition of exceptional and distinguished service to SUNY Canton, to the community, to the state, or to the nation.
The family of National Baseball Hall of Famer Roberto Clemente visited SUNY Canton Wednesday. Clemente’s widow, Vera, and their son, Roberto Clemente Jr., made the trip to the U.S. from Puerto Rico to visit Roberto Jr.’s son, Roberto Clemente III, who is a freshmen at SUNY Canton and will play baseball for the College next semester.
SUNY Canton will host a professional conference for student leaders from Clarkson, St. Lawrence University, SUNY Canton and SUNY Potsdam Nov. 9. Now in its third year, the Associated Colleges Student Leadership Conference, known as #4Co, brings students from a variety of campus organizations together to learn leadership and communication skills.
The storied bravery and valor of North Country World War II veterans will be retold at SUNY Canton in honor of Veterans Day. The College will be holding a Veterans’ Living History Ceremony at 7 p.m. Friday, Nov. 8, in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. It will be highlighting the recorded accounts of soldiers who served in all branches of the military in many notable battles. The Ceremony is free and open to the public and there will be a reception following the presentation.