SUNY Plattsburgh College Council to Meet Monday, Dec. 1
PLATTSBURGH, N.Y. (Nov. 21, 2008) - The SUNY Plattsburgh College Council will hold its next regular meeting on Monday, Dec. 1. The meeting will take place at 1 p.m. in the Videoconferencing Room 416, Sibley Hall, located on the college campus.
At that time, the council will commend Student Association President Angel Acosta who has worked to increase and honor diversity on campus and who will be graduating this December.
It will also consider a resolution honoring Dr. Taher Zandi, founder and director of the Alzheimer's Disease Assistance Center, currently in its 20th year. This program has served over 15,000 patients with dementia and their families, in addition to sponsoring over 800 educational events and providing diagnosis, assessment, management and support services to more than 8,000 individuals.
There will be an update on the current status of the college's operating budget by Vice President for Administration John Homburger. Other updates will include ones by Provost Jay Stein on spring 2009 admissions and by Vice President for Institutional Advancement Anne Hansen on the status of the Bright with Promise Capital Campaign.
In addition, council committees will report on business affairs, facilities and capital planning, institutional advancement, student affairs and legislative affairs.
In compliance with New York State's Executive Order No. 3 to provide Internet access for all public meetings, the public can watch the live Webcast of the meeting. The Webcast is accessible at pointers.audiovideoweb.com/asxfiles-live/va92winlive2386.asx.
The meeting is open to the public, and all are welcome. Parking is available in the
lot at the rear of the building, which is accessible via George Angell Drive off from