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NY6 Undergraduate Research Conference: Registration Now Open!

NY6 students are invited to register for the 8th Annual NY6 Undergraduate Research Conference, to be held on Saturday, September 15, from 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at St. Lawrence University in Canton. This FREE conference provides students the opportunity to present their work at a professional meeting without the barriers of high travel and registration fees.  It is also an excellent opportunity for NY6 faculty to meet one another, foster collaborations, and discuss their research.  

Students may share their research either as an oral presentation (12 minutes) or as a poster (posters should be 3' high X 4' wide). Students across the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium and other regional schools are invited to participate.

Don't miss this opportunity to share your work with your NY6 peers - register now!

To register, complete this online form.

 

NY6 Featured in Chronicle of Higher Ed

The Chronicle of Higher Education has featured NY6 collaborations in a recently published case study, Collaborating to Cut Costs. The piece features Hamilton College and its engagement in a range of Consortium activities that cut or reduce costs. The case study is available here.

Study Abroad Staff Retreats

Twenty-five study abroad professionals from across the New York Six institutions gathered at Hope Lake Lodge and Conference Center for their second annual staff retreat. At the retreat, the participants enjoyed professional camaraderie and the opportunity to share best practices. While the retreat lasted less than 24 hours, the time was filled with discussions about risk management, pre-departure and reentry programming, and possible collaborations. Participants spent time working in small groups, chatting informally, and listening to their peers give presentations.

Attendees came away from the retreat with new ideas and new professional connections. As one participant noted, [it was] great to connect with peers and experts across the NY6.