SUNY Briefs 11/4/2011

Canton

A SUNY Canton faculty member was reported missing on Oct. 31, according to the Canton Police Department.

Kathryn Latimer, 50, a secretary in the registrar’s department at the school, was reported missing by her husband, who also works for SUNY Canton, when she failed to show up for work after dropping her kids off at school on Monday morning. No one has seen her since.

Local police believe she may be driving a white 2006 Chevy Impala; the state police and the St. Lawerence County Sheriff’s Office are aiding them in their search.

-northcountrynow.com

 

Adirondack

SUNY Adirondack canceled classes on Tuesday morning to honor the passing of one of their faculty members.

Annina Carter, 50, a chemistry professor at SUNY Adirondack for 19 years, passed away on Oct. 28. The cause of death was determined to be of natural causes.

The school is accepting donations that will be put toward the school’s scholarship fund.

-saratogian.com

 

Fredonia

Peace activist Brian Wilson gave a lecture at SUNY Fredonia on Oct. 31.

Wilson’s lecture, entitled “We Are Not Worth More, They Are Not Worth Less,” went over Wilson’s experiences in his life dealing with his service in the Vietnam War,

peace protests and an accident in 1987 in which he lost both legs.

-fredonialeader.com