- The Adirondack Research Consortium welcomes NY6 faculty members at its 28th Annual Conference on the Adirondacks, "The Emerging Pressures Caused by Climate Change," to be held May 16-17 in Lake Placid. The featured speaker will be Dr. Curt Stager, Draper-Lussi…
- Our partners at the CNY Humanities Corridor have several opportunities that are open to faculty at the NY6 member institutions: Working Groups: Build your scholarly community and network through collaborative research, teaching, and programming on almost any theme, discipline, or…
- The New York Six invites faculty members to apply for seed grants for scholarly collaborations that engage faculty from at least three of the Consortium’s member institutions. Past grants have funded faculty across a wide range of disciplines to support…
The New York Six cultivates rich intellectual communities for faculty while retaining the unique identities of the individual member institutions. Among the opportunities the Consortium offers are faculty development programs, a leadership development retreat for department chairs, and multi-campus collaborations in pedagogy and scholarship.
Connecting colleagues across the member campuses is a critical value of the New York Six. Through a broad range of communities of practice, staff members share best practices, participate in joint professional development programs, identify opportunities for collaboration, and build their professional networks.
New York Six students benefit from a number of co-curricular collaborations that seek to enhance their experiences, including the NY6 Off-Campus Study exchange agreement, the New York Six Undergraduate Student Research Conference, the NY6 Model African Union regional simulation conference, and the International Student Summit.