School of Economics and Business faculty members earn SAP certifications

Faculty members from the School of Economics and Business have earned certificates of achievement by completing workshops through the SAP University Alliances in Huntsville, Texas, Jan. 5-10. Professors Qazi Kabir, Izabella Lokshina, Juan Qin, Dona Siregar, Jing Yang, Hua Zhong —acquired training in several modules of SAP enterprise resource planning (ERP) software through the SEB’s … Continue reading School of Economics and Business faculty members earn SAP certifications

Florian Reyda, graduate student publish research article

Brian Mullin, a graduate student in the MS Biology Program in the Biology Department, and his adviser, Dr. Florian Reyda, published an article titled, “High Prevalence of the copepod Salmincola californiensis in Steelhead Trout in Lake Ontario Following its Recent Invasion.” It was published this month in the Journal of Parasitology.   In the article, … Continue reading Florian Reyda, graduate student publish research article

Sustainability showcase on climate change scheduled for Friday

“Owning Your Impact on Climate Change: A Sustainability Showcase” – Friday, Feb. 28, from 4-6 p.m. The President’s Advisory Council on Sustainability (PACS) and the Office of Sustainability are pleased to present a showcase focused on climate change, to be held in the A.J. Read Science Discovery Center (SDC), 112 Physical Science Building, on Friday, … Continue reading Sustainability showcase on climate change scheduled for Friday

College to host ACE Women’s Network “Women and Leadership” event in March

Join us for the ACE Women’s Network Central Region Event Women and Leadership in honor of Women’s History Month on Friday, March 6, from 11a.m. to 2 p.m., SUNY Oneonta, Morris Conference Center, The Grille. Women Leaders in a variety of roles in higher education will share their experiences and stories, and the event will … Continue reading College to host ACE Women’s Network “Women and Leadership” event in March