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Faculty Network

New York Six faculty benefit greatly from connections with colleagues with whom they share scholarly and pedagogical interests. Through workshops, seed grants, and discussion groups, faculty members share information and experiences, gain insight into developments in their disciplines, and identify opportunities for collaboration in teaching and research.
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Upcoming Events

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  • Mellon Fellows Begin Campus Visits

    The New York Six Mellon Academic Fellows began the immersion year of their fellowships with a slate of scheduled visits to each of the Consortium’s six campuses. At the end of August they traveled to the North Country, visiting Canton…
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  • Zoom Workshop Upcoming on Stress and Burnout in the Academy

    On Wednesday, September 27 at 3:30 pm, clinical psychologist Dara Friedman-Wheeler will lead a Zoom workshop for faculty, staff, and administrators on stress and burnout in higher education. The workshop will help participants identify the contributors to stress and burnout…
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  • Undergraduate Research Conference Registration Open

    Registration is now open for the 11th New York Six Undergraduate Research Conference, to be held Saturday, November 4 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva. The conference will showcase student scholarship from  across the New York Six in…
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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.

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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.

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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.

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