The Committee on Instruction is now accepting nominations for the 2013 Outstanding Part-Time Instructor Award. The Simphiwe Hlatswayo Award for the Outstanding Part-Time Instructor, which comes with a $500 cash prize, was created by the College Senate to recognize outstanding adjunct instructors as well as to encourage excellence in teaching. The award was named to [...]
Award-winning writer, activist and literary scholar Unoma Azuah will visit SUNY Oneonta from March 10-16 through the Center for Multicultural Experiences (CME) Faculty-in-Residence Program. Azuah is an award-winning writer whose research focuses on LGBTI writing in Nigerian literature as a site of resistance in the struggle against social, cultural and political oppression. Her first novel, [...]
The Department of Theatre and Mask and Hammer production of Shakespeare’s “As You Like It” opened Tuesday and runs through Sunday in the Hamblin Theater. Directed by Associate Professor of Theare Andrew Kahl, performances will be at 8 p.m. today through Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday, March 10. For this production, the cast re-envisioned [...]
Campus Faculty and Staff are invited to attend the open forum for Elliot Ruggles, candidate for the position of director of the Gender & Sexuality Resource Center. Please join us and meet the candidate on Monday March 11, 2:30-3:15 in Hunt Union, Union Square Café.
The Red Dragon Reading Series will continue Thursday, March 7, with a reading by Iranian novelist and literary scholar Shahriar Mandanipour at 7:30 p.m. in the Hunt Union Waterfront Room. The reading will be followed by a reception and book signing. Mandanipour, the 2006 recipient of Brown University’s International Writers Project Fellowship, is regarded as [...]
Please come join us at Netzer 1st floor lounge on March 8th between 2 and 4 pm. So we can wish Joann Barnhart well on her retirement after 30+ years with SUNY Oneonta. Cake and refreshments will be offered.
UUP will join with the History Department and Africana & Latino Studies in sponsoring a National Character: Myth and Reality panel on Tuesday, March 12, 3 PM, in the Alden Room, Milne Library. History Professors Miguel Leon, Matthew Hendley, and William Simons will examine national character, respectively, from the perspectives of Peru, England, and the United States. Dr. Robert Compton, Chair, African & Latino Studies and Associate Professor, Political [...]
The campus community is cordially invited to attend the next two open forum presentations by the candidates for the position of Director of International Education. The candidates will address the topic, The Role of Collaboration in Creating a High Quality Undergraduate Experience for International Students, which will be followed by an open question and answer period. [...]
On Saturday, April 6, 2013, UUP Oneonta will again staff Saturday’s Bread, a community kitchen that dispenses hot meals and good cheer. Linda Drake will, as previously, co-ordinate participation in this worthwhile community service. UUP Oneonta’s Ray Siegrist will serve as host and greeter. Although Saturday’s Bread is housed at the First United Methodist Church, [...]
The recently initiated Friday Seminar Series in Biology presents: “Urban fingerprints on a genetic landscape: Gene flow disruption in Nigronia serricornis (Say).” By Dr. Jeffrey Heilveil, SUNY Oneonta Biology Department. When an area is urbanized, populations of intolerant species in the affected location can become extirpated, or locally extinct. What remains poorly-understood, however, is what [...]