Conference in Lake Placid a success

From an opening talk on the science of crisis communication by Dr. Vincent Covello to a closing plenary on the art of photography by Nancie Battaglia, great sessions suffused the 2014 SUNYCUAD conference in Lake Placid. Around 225 attendees enjoyed an outstanding program that even included Olympics hockey hero Buzz Schneider (top scorer in the 1980 Miracle on Ice team) and potential Olympian/junior luge standout Tristan Jeskanen. You can peruse the schedule overview, check out our detailed session schedule and read bios of our speakers.

SUNYCUAD now has a LinkedIn group!

LinkedIn GroupMembership in LinkedIn allows SUNYCUAD professionals to post their resume or profile, establish connections with other LinkedIn users and participate in various groups. The intent of the SUNYCUAD group is to provide a place for our members, and others who share the interests and goals of SUNYCUAD, to foster discussion, exchange ideas and links, conduct polls, post and view job opportunities, and explore promotions. To join the group, use the join our group button sign in to LinkedIn, search for the SUNYCUAD group, and click "Join". You’re now ready to start a discussion or share a thought.

SUNYCUAD 2.0

You can now connect with SUNYCUAD via social media. You can join our Facebook group or follow us on Twitter or view our photos on Flickr. It's a great way to get the latest SUNYCUAD news.

     

 

Get involved! A message from SUNYCUAD's president

Dear Colleagues,

When I reflect on the value that SUNYCUAD has given me, it all comes down to the conversations. Through this organization I’ve been introduced to individuals from nearly every SUNY campus, and each and every conversation has expanded my network and given me a broader perspective than I was ever able to develop within the walls of my own institution.