Congratulations to college-bound CSEA scholarship recipients

The CSEA Local 635 Education Committee would like to congratulate the following college-bound students on receiving a $1,000 scholarship toward college expenses:  Teeghan Gale – daughter of Rodney Gale  Wyatt Kiff – son of Bridget Tiska   Jazmin LaPilusa – daughter of Matthew LaPilusa   Kyli Odell – daughter of Aimee Odell  Ryan Palmatier – … Continue reading Congratulations to college-bound CSEA scholarship recipients

Fall 2020 call for student grant applications

Student Grant Program for Research & Creative Activity (CA) CALL FOR APPLICATIONS for four funding tracks Target deadline is Monday, Nov. 2; however, applications will be accepted throughout the fall semester. Awards will be made on a rolling basis until allocated funds are depleted, so early applications are encouraged.  The “Traditional” Track provides funding of up to $1,500 for … Continue reading Fall 2020 call for student grant applications

Request a speaker to talk to your class about SLC services

We’d love to speak with your classes about the services the SLC offers. In a five-to-seven minute presentation, we can let them know about the free peer tutoring services available for many 100- and 200-level courses as well as our free academic coaching and professional writing services.  Email Amy.Crouse-Powers@oneonta.edu to request a speaker for your 100- or … Continue reading Request a speaker to talk to your class about SLC services

Robert Bensen edits new anthology with Liz Huntington’s poems

Dr. Robert Bensen (Lecturer, English) has edited Seeing Things: An Anthology of Poetry, with work by Liz Huntington (Academic Coach, Student Learning Center) and 20 other poets from Oneonta and the surrounding upstate region. All the poets participated in the poetry workshop that Prof. Bensen conducts at the Bright Hill Press and Literary Center of the Catskills. In … Continue reading Robert Bensen edits new anthology with Liz Huntington’s poems

Faculty Center facilitating creation of ‘Communities of Practice’

Community of Practice Survey The Faculty Center is facilitating the creation of Communities of Practice.A Community of Practice is “group of people who share a concern or a passion for something they do and learn how to do it better as they interact regularly.” – Wenger-Trayner, 2015.Our goal is to support and maintain multiple Communities … Continue reading Faculty Center facilitating creation of ‘Communities of Practice’

William Starna completes consultancy

William A. Starna, emeritus anthropology, recently completed a consultancy with Milestone Heritage Consulting for the Empire State Trail "Albany-Hudson Electric Trail" interpretive history signage project. Starna provided Milestone with historical and ethnographic information on the Mahican/Mohican people of the Hudson Valley.

Maria Chaves Daza to deliver Faculty Convivium 9/23

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 Maria Chaves Daza (Africana & Latinx Studies) for her Convivium talk titled “Coalitions Don’t Always Happen On The … Continue reading Maria Chaves Daza to deliver Faculty Convivium 9/23

Cooperstown Graduate Program gives virtual presentation on ‘Architecture in Oneonta’ exhibit

Cooperstown Graduate Program professor Cindy Falk, alumna Lorene Sugars, and students Mary Zell Galen and Carolyn Caza gave a virtual presentation on Sept. 12 on their work for the exhibit "Building Blocks of a City: 100 Years of Architecture in Oneonta" at the Oneonta History Center. The exhibit is a collaborative effort between the Greater … Continue reading Cooperstown Graduate Program gives virtual presentation on ‘Architecture in Oneonta’ exhibit

Applications being accepted for D’Antonio Student Travel for Excellence Fund

Travel may be limited right now but many conferences and workshops are still happening virtually. The D’antonio Student Travel Fund is currently accepting applications. What? The D’Antonio Student Travel for Excellence Fund provides assistance for SUNY Oneonta students to attend professional meetings, workshops, and conferences. Competitive awards are limited to a maximum of $750 per student … Continue reading Applications being accepted for D’Antonio Student Travel for Excellence Fund