Experiential Learning Center coffee hour and open house set for Oct. 28

Experiential Learning Center Coffee Hour Faculty, staff and students are invited to the Experiential Learning Center (ELC) for an open house Thursday, Oct. 28, from 3 to 4:30 p.m. The ELC is located on the first floor of Hunt Union, adjacent to the International Lounge. Stop by to see the new space and mingle with the staff … Continue reading Experiential Learning Center coffee hour and open house set for Oct. 28

Student clubs clean up local creek after flooding

Thirty three SUNY Oneonta students from several clubs (geology, meteorology, biology and environmental) joined forces with the Butternut Valley Alliance to clean up Calhoun Creek in Morris, NY, on Saturday, Sept. 25. Thanks to the efforts of everyone involved, significant portions of Calhoun Creek are now free of plastic drapery, and the waters run cool and … Continue reading Student clubs clean up local creek after flooding

Book review by Erik Stengler published in Journal of Science Communication

Dr Erik Stengler (Cooperstown Graduate Program) has published a review of the book “Genealogy of popular science: from ancient ecphrasis to virtual reality”. The review is titled “There is nothing new under the sun” and has been published in October 2021 in JCOM – Journal of Science Communication. https://jcom.sissa.it/archive/20/05/JCOM_2005_2021_R04 A recent conference presentation co-authored by Dr … Continue reading Book review by Erik Stengler published in Journal of Science Communication

Nov. 16 Faculty Convivium to feature presentation by Elio Santos

CONVIVIUM LUNCHEON AND PROGRAM – November 16, 2021 You are cordially invited to a luncheon with the Oneonta Faculty Convivium on Tuesday, Nov. 16, from noon to 1:00 p.m., in Otsego Grille, Morris Conference Center. Dr. Elio Santos, assistant professor of psychology, will present a talk titled Finding Neural Correlates to Restore Binocular Vision. Abstract: Convergence insufficiency (CI) … Continue reading Nov. 16 Faculty Convivium to feature presentation by Elio Santos

2021 Fall Teaching Institute a great success

Thank you to everyone who attended and participated in this year’s Fall Teaching Institute. It is each and every one of you who made this year’s institute a success!  Here is the link to the session recordings (Click on 2021): https://suny.oneonta.edu/faculty-center/programs-and-services/teaching-innovation-institute

‘Noises Off’ to be performed in Goodrich Theatre

The Department of Theatre and the Mask and Hammer Theatre Club will perform 'Noises Off' by Michael Frayn in the Goodrich Theatre on Wednesday, Nov. 3, through Friday, Nov. 5, at 7:30 p.m. and Saturday, Nov. 6, at 2 p.m.Called “the funniest farce ever written,” 'Noises Off' presents a manic menagerie of itinerant actors rehearsing a flop called Nothing’s On. Doors slamming, on and … Continue reading ‘Noises Off’ to be performed in Goodrich Theatre

Florian Reyda has article published

Dr. Florian Reyda, professor and researcher with the Biology Department and Biological Field Station, recently co-authored a research article titled “Redescription of Biacetabulum giganteum Hunter, 1929 (Cestoda: Caryophyllidea), description of two new, closely related species from suckers (Catostomidae) in North America, and a critical review of host specificity of species of Biacetabulum Hunter, 1927 ” It was published in Systematics … Continue reading Florian Reyda has article published

‘Three Things I Learned’ to tackle scary movies Oct. 28

Join us in-person Oct. 28 at 7 p.m.  in the Union Square Room (lower level Hunt Union) with Melissa Godek, PhD, associate professor of Meteorology and Climatology; Michael Simile, senior, Adolescent Education-English, Class of 2022; and Chelsea McCraken, PhD, assistant professor of Media Studies as they share three things they learned from scary movies. Sponsored and produced by Hunt College Union and Office of Student Success  … Continue reading ‘Three Things I Learned’ to tackle scary movies Oct. 28

Toke Knudsen publishes peer-reviewed article

Toke Knudsen (Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics) has published a peer-reviewed article titled "E. G. Ziegenbalg’s Danish Translation of Euclid’s Elements" in Convergence (October 2021). Although he is little-known today and did no other work in mathematics, Ernest Gotlieb Ziegenbalg (1716–1758) produced the first translation into Danish of Euclid's Elements of Geometry (1744). The book was influenced by a Latin edition of … Continue reading Toke Knudsen publishes peer-reviewed article