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NY 6 International Students To Take a Field Trip

Sixty international students from across the New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium will be getting together to network, learn more about the history and geography of upstate NY, and have fun. On Saturday, June 23, the group will gather at the Herkimer Diamond Mines. Over lunch at the Miners' Table, they will brainstorm ideas for the International Student Summit, which will be held in the fall at Hobart & William Smith Colleges. Once lunch is finished, they will head out to the mines to search for diamonds.

The day will be capped off with a 90-minute fully-narrated boat ride on the Erie Canal. In addition to viewing historic sites and learning more about this iconic transportation route, they will have the opportunity to pass through Lock 18.

This event is sponsored NY6 Field Trip to Tupper Lake NY, 2015by the New York Six, with support from each member institution. For more information, please contact Deanna McCay at dmccay@newyork6.org.

Call for Proposals for Seed Grant Opportunities

The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium is pleased to offer seed grant opportunities to encourage faculty to develop new partnerships and academic collaborations.  Seed grants of up to $1,000 are available to support up to six academic working groups.  Faculty who are currently involved in or are interested in developing new academic collaborations are invited to submit proposals for funding to support their project.  

Interested faculty may submit proposal materials to NY6 Project Manager Deanna McCay, at dmccay@newyork6.org, by Monday, June 4, 2018.  

Please see the attached proposal guidelines for eligibility information and submission instructions.

 

 

Previously funded projects:

Critical Gender, Sexuality, and LGBT Studies. Principal organizer: Melissa Autumn White (Hobart and William Smith). Faculty collaborators: Ken Valente (Colgate), Anne Lacsamana (Hamilton), Gwen D'Arcangelis and Kate Graney (Skidmore), Jennifer Mitchell (Union). Activity: Faculty retreat and public symposium.

Model Organization of American States. Principal organizer: Shelley McConnell (St. Lawrence). Faculty collaborators: Viviana Rangel (Skidmore), Heather Sullivan (Hamilton). Activity: Faculty retreat to develop NY6 participation in Washington Model OAS program.

Interdisciplinary Chemical Biology Approach for the Identification of Novel Compounds Promoting Plant Disease Resistance. Principal organizer: Rajinikanth Mohan (Colgate). Faculty collaborators: Max Majireck (Hamilton), Erin Pelkey (Hobart and William Smith). Activity: Training and conducting research.

Intergroup Dialogue Workshop. Principal organizers: Carolyn Hsu (Colgate), khristian kemp-delisser (Colgate). Activity: IGD workshop open to all NY6 institutions.

Hamilton Holds Refugee Solidarity Month

Hamilton College's student organization, On The Move, is holding a series of Refugee Solidarity Month events, and faculty, students, and staff across the New York Six are encouraged to attend. Events are free! For more information, please contact Erol Balkan at ebalkan@hamilton.edu.

 

Refugee Solidarity Month Schedule