‘Three Things I Learned’ to cover taking risks Sept. 2

Join us in person on Sept. 2 at 7 p.m. in the TV Studios IRC 111 with Sallie Han, PhD, professor, Department of Anthropology; Christopher Peguero, president of Inter-Greek-Council; and AnneMarie Haumesser, Ed.D, vice president for Institutional Advancement at Nardin Academy in Buffalo, NY and a Class of 2012 alumna as they share three things they learned from taking risks. Sponsored and produced by Hunt College Union and New Students … Continue reading ‘Three Things I Learned’ to cover taking risks Sept. 2

Common Read, Mills Distinguished Lecture set for Oct. 18

For its 2021 Common Read, the college has chosen Dashka Slater’s New York Times best-seller and non-fiction narrative The 57 Bus, which recounts an assault on a municipal bus in Oakland, California, and how it affected its perpetrator and victim, both teens. The 57 Bus earned the 2018 Stonewall Book Award and a Boston Globe-Horn Book Honor. Slater is an Oakland-based writer and journalist. … Continue reading Common Read, Mills Distinguished Lecture set for Oct. 18

Chilton Reynolds appointed interim director of TLTC

Chilton Reynolds has been appointed to the role of interim director of the Teaching, Learning & Technology Center (TLTC), effective Aug. 6, 2021. Chilton joined the college in 2012 and has served as the interim coordinator of the TLTC since 2020. He brings a depth of knowledge and experience — and a quality of leadership — to … Continue reading Chilton Reynolds appointed interim director of TLTC

Bharath Ramkumar co-authors articles on circular fashion

While current linear clothing consumption patterns are contributing to increasing environmental degradation, a circular fashion system offers a more sustainable alternative to keep used clothes in circulation for as long as possible before their end of life. With online second-hand clothing retailers such as thredUP, The RealReal, Poshmark, Swap, etc. being projected to outgrow traditional … Continue reading Bharath Ramkumar co-authors articles on circular fashion

Martin-Mullen Art Gallery to feature exhibit by alumna Cynthia Fusillo

Leave Me With You Martin-Mullen Art Gallery | Gallery hours: Mon-Thu, 11 a.m. - 4 p.m. On view: Aug 30 - Oct 25, 2021 | Opening reception: Sept 16, 2021, 5-7 p.m. Join us for the fall exhibition in the Martin-Mullen Gallery, titled Leave Me With You. This is a solo show of recent work by Cynthia Fusillo, an alumna of SUNY … Continue reading Martin-Mullen Art Gallery to feature exhibit by alumna Cynthia Fusillo

Student Learning Center ambassadors available to speak about services

Student Learning Center Ambassadors are available to speak with your classes about the services the SLC offers. The presentation will take 15 minutes or less of class time. Presentations can be made via Teams or in person. Peer tutoring is available for many 100- and 200-level courses. Academic coaching for writing and study skills is also … Continue reading Student Learning Center ambassadors available to speak about services

Dependent Care Advantage Account (DCAA) limits more than doubled

DCAA contribution maximums have increased to $5,250 for single tax filers and to $10,500 for married tax filers. You can now enroll, change, re-start or terminate your 2021 DCAA, without a qualifying event. Submit a change in status online at https://goer.ny.gov/change-status or by calling 800-358-7202. For further details, email fsa@goer.ny.gov or call WageWorks/Health Equity at 1-800-358-7202.