Loved ones often tell us the best holiday gifts are those that come from the heart. Yet, we spend countless hours flipping through circulars, scouring web sites and fighting holiday crowds to find the perfect gift that offers the biggest bang for our buck. A blood donation with the American Red Cross is the perfect gift [...]
The fourth and last talk in the Department of Mathematics, Computer Science, and Statistics seminar series for Fall 2010 will be Friday, December 3 at 3 pm in 206 Fitzelle Hall: Michael Faux, Department of Philosophy, SUNY Oneonta, will present "On symmetries, supersymmetries, and Akan symbolism." Abstract: Some of the intricate mathematics used by physicists to [...]
Joshua J. Frye, Department of Communication Arts, recently participated in the National Communication Association Annual Convention in San Francisco. He was an invited respondent to a competitively selected panel for the Public Address Division. The panel was composed of scholars from the University of California at Berkeley, the University of Texas at Austin, and Humboldt [...]
Congratulations to the following SUNY Oneonta employees who won the CSEA turkey raffle drawing: Cindy Meres, Mike Farmer, Elizabeth Brokert, John Lyons, Brian Levis, Lisa Keaney, Scott Bennett, Terry Sperry, Graig Schueneman, Jon Arakaki, Joseph Chiang, Rita Szczesh, Pete Waterhouse, and Keith Byam.
The Student Fashion Society invites you to our first annual Winter Vendor Fair! Just in time for the chilly weather, boutiques have agreed to sell their items close to home at our Hunt Union Waterfront on Sunday, December 5th! Come make the rounds & choose from their array of jewelry, make-up, clothing, accessories, and much [...]
Faculty and Staff of the Biological Field Station gave presentations in technical sessions of the 30th International Symposium of the North American Lake Management Society, held in Oklahoma City. Bill Harman’s presentation was entitled “Lake Otsego Macrophyte Communities: 1935-2010”; Matt Albright’s presentation was entitled “Evaluating phosphorus-removal media for use in onsite wastewater treatment systems”; Holly [...]
The Identity Play Reading series is designed to give students from diverse backgrounds opportunities to collaborate on performances that celebrate and examine depictions of cultural, ethnic and gender identity. The series is currently sponsoring the reading of a new play, Raisins Not Virgins, by Muslim-American playwright Sharbari Ahmed, and will be performed on, Monday, December [...]
Moonlight Madness is back at the Red Dragon Bookstore! One day only, Thursday, December 2, 5:00-10:00 PM. While supplies last. Great sales on t-shirts, sweatshirts, crews & blankets. All other clothing is 10% off. Gift wrapping available, live DJ and giveaways every hour. Stop by and enjoy the madness!
The Vice President for Finance and Administration Search Committee will host open forums for the purpose of engaging members of the college community in each candidate's interview process. Candidates' open forums will take place at the Morris Conference Center in the Otsego Grill. The Committee invites you to attend and participate in all of these [...]
University Police will be conducting our annual Workplace Violence Training in the Little Theater in Alumni Hall starting on Monday – Wednesday, December 20, 21 & 22. The first class will start at 7:00 AM and the last class will start 4:00 PM each day. This training is a mandatory requirement by New York State [...]