Children can explore the connections between science, technology, engineering and innovation at this year’s Camp Invention. The day camp will run from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. with weeklong sessions beginning July 20 and July 27 in the college’s Richard W. Miller Campus Center.
The magazine Learning By Design recently recognized SUNY Canton with a 2015 Outstanding Project award for its residence hall renovation project. The college was commended for its adaptive reuse of its existing facilities. The roofs, walls and exterior doors of 4 dormitories were completely replaced, but the structures retained their overall design. The entryways were remodeled to match the nearby academic buildings.
SUNY Canton has renamed two buildings in honor its former presidents during its Alumni Weekend celebration. The Faculty Office Building was renamed for President Emeritus Earl W. MacArthur, and the Grasse River Suites was named after retired President Joseph L. Kennedy.
Two weeklong day camps at SUNY Canton will help children explore bridge design and rocket science. Edge on Science will be offering bridge building camp July 6 to 10 and summer rocket camp from. July 13 to 17. Each camp will run daily from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.
SUNY Canton recently recognized two staff members from Canton with top awards for professional staff. Donna K. Matoes, an administrative assistant II in the TRiO Student Support Services Office, received the Employee Recognition Award, and Theresa C. Corbine, director of academic computing, received the Excellence in College Service Award. The SUNY Canton College Council bestows both awards after careful consideration of recommendations from the college community.
SUNY Canton’s President and Deans have announced the honor rolls for the spring 2015 semester. “On behalf of the entire SUNY Canton community, I’d like to congratulate each of you on your academic success this semester,” said SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. To receive President’s List honors, full-time students must earn a semester grade point […]
SUNY Canton will welcome back graduates to reconnect with classmates, celebrate the contributions of two past presidents and honor those who have made a lasting impact on the college during Alumni Weekend June 5-7. The event kicks off at 10 a.m. Friday, June 5, with a dedication ceremony to rename the Faculty Office Building in honor Earl W. MacArthur, Ph.D., who served as president from 1972 to 1992. His many accomplishments include creating the Canton College Foundation and the Office of Sponsored Research.
SUNY Canton recently raised more than $1,000 to benefit St. Lawrence Valley Renewal House in Canton. The college held a Denim Day event encouraging faculty, staff and administration to make a donation and wear jeans to work on April 29. The nationally recognized Denim Day is a symbolic gesture of how a community can help change perceptions about violence against women, men and children.
Assistant Professor Emily Hamilton-Honey recently received funding to continue research on her life-long interest in series novels written for young adults. Gender roles in World War I series novels reflect modern social arguments about women’s positions in the military, according to a SUNY Canton assistant professor’s research.
SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran recently awarded two employees with one of the college’s highest honors. Kathy A. Limoges, a secretary in the School of Business and Liberal Arts dean’s office, and Randy B. Sieminski, director of athletics, were named the 2015 President’s Meritorious Service Award winners at SUNY Canton’s Employee Recognition Day May 15. […]