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

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 $1000 scholarship toward college expenses: Daphne Fraser – daughter of Stephanie Fraser John Partridge II – son of Tamra Partridge Kelley Ritchey – daughter of Mickey Ritchey Jayson Stockert – son of Kathy Stockert Brooke Winchester – daughter … Continue reading Congratulations to college-bound CSEA scholarship recipients

Sean Shannon named finalist in business conference teaching competition

Sean Shannon, assistant professor of law in the Department of Business, was a finalist for the 2021 Charles M. Hewitt Master Teacher Competition at the 96th Annual Academy of Legal Studies in Business (ALSB) 2021 Conference. Dr. Shannon presented on the COIL project he developed between his Commercial Law class and a class from the JAMK … Continue reading Sean Shannon named finalist in business conference teaching competition

Pearlie Baluyut appointed as at-large member of College of Art Assocation Development Committee

With 10,000 art historians, visual artists and museum professionals as members, the College Art Association (CAA) founded in 1911 and based in New York is the oldest and preeminent international leadership organization in the visual arts in the United States, promoting the fields of art history, visual arts/culture, design, and museum studies and their understanding … Continue reading Pearlie Baluyut appointed as at-large member of College of Art Assocation Development Committee

William Simons wins award for newspaper column

William Simons, professor of history, received the first place annual Simon Rockower Award, given by the American Jewish Press Association, for excellent in sports writing on Thursday, June 24, 2021. Dr. Simons writes a biweekly column for The Reporter (Binghamton, NY). He was cited specifically for the following column, “Ballfield or Synagogue: Hank Greenberg’s High … Continue reading William Simons wins award for newspaper column

Bill Harcleroad earns ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace’ certificate

Bill Harcleroad, director of Campus Activities and Leadership, recently received a certificate in Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace from the University of South Florida Muma College of Business. Earners of the Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace Certificate have learned the essential practices and tools designed to increase employee diversity and to … Continue reading Bill Harcleroad earns ‘Diversity, Equity and Inclusion in the Workplace’ certificate

College Advancement wins three SUNYCUAD awards

The Division of College Advancement will be receiving the following recognition for their work through the 2021 SUNYCUAD Awards for Excellence: Excellence in Events, Development and Fundraising: 1889 Society Event Series – Best of Category (Submitted by Karen Munson) Excellence in Print and Design, Single-page Publication: 2019-20 Annual Report of Philanthropy – Judges’ Citation (Submitted by Ben Cherry) Excellence … Continue reading College Advancement wins three SUNYCUAD awards

SUNY Oneonta Pre-Health alumni matched into medical residency programs

Dr. Matthew Blanchard (SUNY Oneonta, Class of 2016; St. George’s School of Allopathic Medicine, Class of 2021) matched into Anesthesiology at Albany Medical Center in Albany, NY. Dr. Lindsey Jones (SUNY Oneonta, Class of 2013; St. George’s School of Allopathic Medicine, Class of 2021) matched into Internal Medicine at Zucker School of Medicine at Hofstra/Northwell … Continue reading SUNY Oneonta Pre-Health alumni matched into medical residency programs

Michelle Hansen to become associate director of Office of Alumni Engagement

The Office of Alumni Engagement is pleased to announce that Michelle Hansen will assume the position of Associate Director on Monday, May 17. In this role, Michelle will be responsible for the implementation of Campus to Career Programs, Distinguished Alumni Visits, Red Dragon Networking Events, the SUNY Oneonta Alumni of Distinction program, and the Alumni Association … Continue reading Michelle Hansen to become associate director of Office of Alumni Engagement

Michaela Warner selected for CUPA-HR’s Wildfire Program

Michaela Warner, HR associate at the Research Foundation at SUNY Oneonta, is one of 13 College and University Professional Association for Human Resources (CUPA-HR) members selected to participate in the 2021-22 CUPA-HR Wildfire program, a 12-month leadership development experience designed for early-career higher education human resources professionals. Participants were selected based on their HR strengths … Continue reading Michaela Warner selected for CUPA-HR’s Wildfire Program