James M. Milne Library holiday and end-of-semester schedule

Hello SUNY Oneonta Community! As we approach Thanksgiving break and the end of the fall semester, please note the following schedule of James M. Milne Library services:  Library chat and virtual reference holiday hours: Library reference email at libref@oneonta.edu is available Monday, Nov. 23—Wednesday, Nov. 25 during Thanksgiving Break. Library chat will be unavailable during Thanksgiving Break: Saturday, Nov. 21—Sunday, Nov. … Continue reading James M. Milne Library holiday and end-of-semester schedule

Tracy Hartwell awarded certification as NYS Civil Service Classification Specialist

Tracy Hartwell, personnel assistant in Employee Services, has achieved certification as a NYS Civil Service Classification Specialist. Tracy attended many hours of training and testing leading to this certification. The instruction covered a variety of Civil Service topics, including classification factors, earmark, jurisdictional class, and appointment above minimum salary. Having a certified specialist allows SUNY … Continue reading Tracy Hartwell awarded certification as NYS Civil Service Classification Specialist

E. Howard Ashford to deliver Siegfried Lecture

Dr. Leamor Kahanov, provost and vice president for Academic Affairs, is pleased to announce that Dr. E. Howard Ashford, assistant professor in the Africana and Latinx Studies Department, will deliver (virtually) the annual Richard Siegfried Lecture on Tuesday, Dec. 1, at 7 p.m. Dr. Ashford’s lecture, titled “I Am Me: Teaching Identity in the Age of Black Lives Matter and … Continue reading E. Howard Ashford to deliver Siegfried Lecture

Music Department to present virtual student recitals

The Music Department at SUNY Oneonta is proud to announce a series of streamed concerts by our gifted students during the week of Nov. 30. Each evening at 8 p.m. from Monday, Nov. 30, through Thursday, Dec. 3, students enrolled in individual lessons and musical ensembles will present works for voice, percussion, woodwinds, strings and … Continue reading Music Department to present virtual student recitals

Join SUNY Oneonta’s SEFA campaign

Each year, SUNY Oneonta participates in the State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA) Campaign to support a multitude of local, regional, national and international organizations. Over the last four years, our campus has raised nearly $43,000 for charitable organizations and foundations through our SEFA Campaign. All of these organizations need our help this year more than … Continue reading Join SUNY Oneonta’s SEFA campaign

Pearlie Baluyut presents virtually at “The Paris World Fairs” international study

Organized by Dr. Thomas Kirchner (Deutsches Forum für Kunstgeschichte in Paris, France), Drs. Miriam Oesterreich and Alexandra Karentzos (Technische Universität Darmstadt in Darmstadt, Germany), and Dr. Buket Altinoba (Ludwig-Maximilians-Universität München in Munich, Germany), the two-day “The Paris World Fairs: (Re)Productions of Art and Fashion” International Study on Nov. 12-13, 2020 focused on examining the Paris … Continue reading Pearlie Baluyut presents virtually at “The Paris World Fairs” international study

Changes to the Giving Tree gift program this year

Every year during the holiday season, the generosity of our campus family is far reaching and widely appreciated. Perhaps this year will be no different even though the Giving Tree will be a bit different. Due to COVID restrictions, we won’t be handing out individual child tags nor receiving gifts directly from campus partners. Instead, the Giving Tree … Continue reading Changes to the Giving Tree gift program this year

Kiara Pipino to deliver Faculty Convivium on Nov. 18

The Faculty Convivium is a lecture series featuring SUNY Oneonta faculty who present their research and creative activity projects. Although we are unable to gather in person at a traditional Convivium luncheon, we are offering the series virtually this semester.   Please join Kiara Pipino (Theatre) for her Convivium talk titled “Finding Medea: Adapting Live Theater to a Virtual World” followed by … Continue reading Kiara Pipino to deliver Faculty Convivium on Nov. 18

Melissa Lavin to deliver Susan Sutton Smith Lecture on Nov. 17

Dr. Melissa F. Lavin (Sociology), the 2020 winner of the Susan Sutton Smith Prize for Academic Excellence, will deliver the Susan Sutton Smith Lecture on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 7 p.m. Dr. Lavin's lecture, titled “Healing and Divining through Tarot and the Metaphysical,” will be introduced by Dr. Tracy Allen, Dean of the School of Sciences, and a Q&A will follow … Continue reading Melissa Lavin to deliver Susan Sutton Smith Lecture on Nov. 17