SUNY Canton’s online bachelor’s degree program in Health Care Management has earned high marks for affordability, flexibility and earning potential in Best Degree Programs.org’s 2016 guide. The website praised the degree, saying “SUNY Canton rivals even the most accommodating online colleges with its B.S. in Health Care Management, which allows students to select any combination […]
The SUNY Canton Financial Literacy Center will be presenting a college planning seminar at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 6, in SUNY Canton’s Richard W. Miller Campus Center Room 212.
The SUNY Canton Career Ready Education and Success Training (CREST) Center for Workforce Development and the Occupational Health Clinical Center of the North Country are sponsoring two lead renovation safety certification classes Dec. 1 and Dec. 16.
The Canton College Foundation is joining the Giving Tuesday movement by celebrating donors and asking for new contributions to the Canton Fund. In celebration of Giving Tuesday, the College Foundation will be hanging bright gold bows on buildings and areas that were named for, or substantially improved by, charitable benefactors. Faculty and staff members who donate to the college will be personally thanked throughout the day.
A remarkable five-decade career of coaching and commitment to students is memorialized in the college’s athletic facility. SUNY Canton will dedicate its main basketball court in honor of the late former men’s basketball coach Stanley W. Cohen.
SUNY Canton will host a special test screening for a documentary film produced by alumna Lea-Ann W. Berst, class of 1982, titled “Pioneers in Skirts.” The screening will be held at 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 3, at the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. The event is free and open to the public; however, RSVPs are required to maintain the documentary’s film festival eligibility.
A professor and Ojibwe tribal member who has written extensively about the Native American experience will speak at SUNY Canton in November as part of the college’s Living Writers Series. David Treuer, whose work has been published in The New York Times, Los Angeles Times, Esquire and The Washington Post, will speak at 6:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 30, in the Richard W. Miller Campus Center’s Kingston Theater. The event is free and open to the public.
Betty J. Evans, a retired teacher, was recognized Monday for her recent contribution to the SUNY Canton College Foundation at a dedication ceremony. The Tutoring Center in the Southworth Library Learning Commons was named in her honor, reflecting her lifelong support for learning.
SUNY Canton’s online bachelor’s degree in Finance was named one of the most economical degrees in its peer group by Best Colleges.com and Affordable Colleges Online.org. Ranked 15th by Best Colleges.com, the degree was the only program of its kind from a New York state college or university to make the list. Affordable Colleges Online.org placed the program at 11th in the nation.
The SUNY Canton College Foundation helped 20 students learn how to crack cold cases and unravel the mysteries of complex crimes. The College Foundation recently contributed nearly $6,000, or about 75 percent of the cost for each student to participate in a two-day symposium with Laura G. Pettler, Ph.D., a noted authority on physical and behavioral evidence. Pettler is an expert on crime scene staging, or the manipulation of evidence to misdirect an investigation, according to Elizabeth A. Brown, Ph.D., an associate professor who teaches in the Criminal Investigation program.