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

SUNY Oneonta partners with Sustainable Fashion Week

The Fashion & Textiles program in the Department of Human Ecology has partnered with Sustainable Fashion Week (SFW), a platform for emerging, established, and vintage designers to showcase their ethical and sustainable creations and the first of its kind on the east coast. Bharath Ramkumar, Assistant Professor of Fashion & Textiles, is one of the … Continue reading SUNY Oneonta partners with Sustainable Fashion Week

Bill Nye, Angela Migues to give virtual talk Aug. 31

Bill Nye is a Renowned Scientist, Inventor and Television Personality. Join us on Monday, Aug. 31, at 9 p.m. for a conversation with Bill Nye and Dr. Angela Migues from the Chemistry and Biochemistry department. Engineer, comedian, author, inventor—audiences revere this good-natured Renaissance Man's infectious blend of humor, intellectual curiosity, and devotion to solving some … Continue reading Bill Nye, Angela Migues to give virtual talk Aug. 31

Faculty featured in lecture series on race

Four SUNY Oneonta faculty members will be featured speakers in an August lecture series for the Dyckman Farmhouse Museum in New York City. Titled “Talking about Race Matters,” the series will include: Dr. Sallie Han and Dr. Tracy Betsinger (Anthropology), “The Anti-Racism Starter Pack: 5 Things to Know about Race, Racism, and Anti-Racism,” on Wednesday, … Continue reading Faculty featured in lecture series on race