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

Student’s photography featured in Vogue

Adrianna Newell, a sophomore Digital and Studio Art major, recently had her photography published online in Vogue magazine! Adrianna photographed clothing and models with a local fashion designer, Gary Graham, and his team to produce the story for the magazine.  Congratulations, Adrianna!  

Katherine Lau elected to Eastern Psychological Association’s Board of Directors

Dr. Katherine Lau, an assistant professor from the department of psychology, has been elected to the Eastern Psychological Association’s (EPA) Board of Directors. EPA was founded in 1896 and is the oldest regional psychological association in the USA. Its purpose is to advance the interdisciplinary science and profession of psychology through wide distribution of information … Continue reading Katherine Lau elected to Eastern Psychological Association’s Board of Directors

Melissa Lavin awarded Susan Sutton Smith Prize for Academic Excellence

Dr. Melissa Lavin (Associate Professor, Sociology) has been awarded the 2020 Susan Sutton Smith Prize for Academic Excellence. She will deliver the 2020 Susan Smith Lecture, titled “On Spiritualist Workers: Divining and Healing through Tarot and the Metaphysical” on Tuesday, Nov. 17, at 5 p.m. in the Otsego Grille, Morris Conference Center, in conjunction with … Continue reading Melissa Lavin awarded Susan Sutton Smith Prize for Academic Excellence

Katherine Lau appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Child and Family Studies

Dr. Katherine Lau, an assistant professor from the department of psychology, has been appointed an associate editor of the Journal of Child and Family Studies. The Journal of Child and Family Studies is an interdisciplinary, and peer-reviewed international journal focused on topics related to the behavioral health and well-being of children, adolescents, and families. The … Continue reading Katherine Lau appointed Associate Editor of the Journal of Child and Family Studies

Cynthia Falk appointed to National Historic Landmarks committee

Cynthia G. Falk, Cooperstown Graduate Program, has been appointed to the National Historic Landmarks Committee of the National Park System Advisory Board. The purpose of the committee is to review nominations for National Historic Landmarks and make recommendations to the board. Members of the committee evaluate the adequacy of the nominations and the proposed boundaries, … Continue reading Cynthia Falk appointed to National Historic Landmarks committee

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

Congratulations to peer tutors on certifications

CONGRATULATIONS to the following peer tutors from the Student Learning Center who have earned their National Tutoring Association Certifications this semester: Intermediate Level Certification Daniel Schweikhard Kelly Tenbus Julia Venditti Basic Level Certification Megan Billert Nick Dillman Michelle Iaccarino Julia Venditti Olivia Weidman   SUNY Oneonta’s Student Learning Center’s tutoring program is certified by the … Continue reading Congratulations to peer tutors on certifications