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New York Six Undergraduate Research Conference: Save the Date!

The New York Six Annual Undergraduate Research Conference has been scheduled for Saturday, November 7, 2020 at Colgate University. 


Thanks to Colgate for hosting this year!

Save the date for Spectrum 2020

The biennial NY6 Spectrum Conference will be held on April 3-5 at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva, NY. This free event allows students, faculty, and staff to engage in discussions and workshops exploring sexuality, gender identity and expression, intersectionality, and lived experiences. Workshops and events will feature a variety of tracks for faculty, advisors, staff, and students. The opening session will feature a moderated discussion with Steven Canals, executive producer of the hit show POSE. 

Proposals for Spectrum 2020 program sessions are being accepted through February 3. For additional information, visit the conference website

Call for Proposals

The New York Six Liberal Arts Consortium is pleased to offer seed grant opportunities to encourage faculty to develop new partnerships and academic collaborations.  Seed grants of up to $2,000 are available to support groups of faculty, staff, and/or students from three or more member campuses. Faculty who are currently involved in or are interested in developing new academic collaborations are invited to submit proposals for funding to support their project.  

Previously funded projects:

Challenges and Possibilities of INDS Programs in the NY6. Principal organizer: Elizabeth Belanger (Hobart and William Smith Colleges).

NY6 Consortium for the Cultivation of Future Teachers. Principal organizers: Margery Gardner and Mark Stern (Colgate University).

Clinical Psychology and Neuropsychology in the Liberal Arts College (CLAC): Exploring Best Practices for Teaching, Advising, Practice, Scholarship, and Service (TAPSS). Principal organizer: Cay Anderson-Hanley (Union College).

Deadlines for Funding Requests:

November 1: For primary activities occurring between Jan. 1 and June 30

May 1: For primary activities occurring between July 1 and December 31

If a new project has come up outside of the funding cycle, the New York Six may be able to fund your project. Please email Deanna McCay, the NY6 Project Manager, at for information.


Interested faculty may submit proposals through our online form.