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 (Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics) published a peer-reviewed article titled "Three Purāṇic Statements on the Shape of the Earth" in History of Science in South Asia 9 (May 2021). The article analyses an argument given by the astronomer Jñānarāja (fl. 1500) on the shape of the earth according to the Purāṇas, a corpus of texts sacred to Hinduism. The … Continue reading Toke Knudsen publishes peer-reviewed article
The following events are in Microsoft Teams and can be reached by clicking the link: The Big O' Virtual Poetry Slam 179 with Mary Anne RojasWednesday, Nov. 11, 7 p.m.https://connect.oneonta.edu/event/6571639Journeying from the womb of the Bronx, New York, Mary Anne Rojas (she/her/ella) is a woman of the African diaspora, a poet for justice, and a … Continue reading Upcoming poetry events and features by alumni
Save the Date - Fall Faculty Institute When: Friday, Oct. 16, beginning at 9:00 a.m. Where: Microsoft Teams
Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, is a co-applicant on a project that has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council, Canada. The multi-focal, collaborative project will explore the health, lifestyle, and lived experience of populations residing in 18th-19th century Halifax, Nova Scotia through the study of human skeletal remains.
Have you ever thought about running a 5K? Well, the athletics department is offering a “Couch to 5K” training program for eight weeks during the fall semester. The program is open to all faculty, staff and students from beginners to advanced runners. The program will culminate with participants walking/jogging an actual 5K. The hope is … Continue reading Athletics offering ‘Couch to 5K’ program
William A. Starna, emeritus anthropology, was recently elected vice president of the board of trustees of the Jacob Leisler Institute for the Study of Early New York History. The institute, with offices in Hudson, NY, is a study and research center devoted to colonial New York under English rule. For information on the institute go … Continue reading William Starna elected to institute office
The Milne Library collections and services are available online only throughout the campus pause. Details are available at https://libguides.oneonta.edu/continuity.
From Lois Branigan: "I wanted to personally say thank you to everyone who donated time to me while I was out on medical leave! It was incredibly appreciated and eased my mind during my recovery time. - Lois"
Gustavo Arango, Foreign Languages and Literatures, gave the virtual lecture “Gabriel García Márquez: La verdad de la ficción"(Garcia Marquez: The Truth of Fiction), on July 31, as a part of the program "Lecturas y Lectores" (Readings and Readers), organized by Universidad de Antioquia (Medellín, Colombia). This is the recording of the lecture and conversation with … Continue reading Gustavo Arango gives virtual lecture