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. […]
A longtime and dedicated SUNY Canton patron has decided to continue his legacy of generosity by making a significant donation to the college, and challenging other alumni and friends to do the same. Gouverneur’s John L. Halford, Sr., contributed an undisclosed amount to the SUNY Canton College Foundation in honor of President Zvi Szafran’s recent inauguration. Halford is a 1949 alumnus who has developed a friendship with the college’s new president and his family.
SUNY Canton recognized the accomplishments of approximately 1,150 graduates at the college’s 107th Commencement Ceremony held today, May 9, in the Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center. “I am extremely proud of everyone as you achieve this major goal in your lives,” said President Zvi Szafran, Ph.D. “I know that as you move forward in life, you’ll be able to accomplish many great things, as have the alumni from SUNY Canton who have preceded you.”
SUNY Canton Canino School of Engineering Technology is hosting its annual Women in Engineering Day beginning at 9 a.m. Wednesday, May 13, in Nevaldine Technology Center. Girls in sixth, seventh and eighth grades are invited to participate in activities and conversations related to careers in engineering. Workshops and presentations include Lego Mindstorm Robots and robotic […]
A devoted and well-respected associate professor of mathematics has been selected as the recipient of the Distinguished Faculty award at SUNY Canton. Daniel J. Gagliardi, Ph.D., will be honored at SUNY Canton’s 107th Commencement Ceremony which will be held 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center.
SUNY Canton is set to hold its 107th Commencement Ceremony at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center. The college will be presenting special awards to honorees who have influenced education in the North Country and the state.
SUNY Canton will congratulate more than 1,000 students as they complete their degrees at the college’s 107th Commencement Ceremony. Commencement will begin at 10:30 a.m. Saturday, May 9, in the Roos House Convocation, Athletic and Recreation Center. “We are immensely proud of our graduates’ success,” noted SUNY Canton President Zvi Szafran. “Our traditional students will be joining those who are working either part- or full-time jobs and who are supporting families in addition to completing their college coursework. Many students are the first in their families to attend college. Some are in the military or are veterans of the U.S. armed forces. In every case, we are proud to have been a part of their lives.”