David Wong, Assistant Professor in the Biology Department, recently co-authored a paper in the journal Biofouling, entitled “Effectiveness of EarthTec for killing invasive quagga mussels (_Dreissena rostriformis bugensis_) and preventing their colonization in the Western United States”.
Jeffrey Heilveil, Assistant Professor in the Biology Department, recently co-authored a paper with colleagues Craig Stockwell (North Dakota State University) and Kevin Purcell (Beaufort Laboratory NOAA) in the journal Conservation Genetics, entitled “Estimating divergence time for two Evolutionarily Significant Units of a protected fish species.”
Tami LaPilusa, a recent graduate of the M.S. in Biology program at SUNY Oneonta and a research technician in the Department of Biology, presented a talk on her thesis entitled “Artisinal fishers and economic growth in The Bahamas: Can genetics and population assessment help sustain the harvest of the blue land crab?” at the 14th [...]
Grace Chen, Postdoctoral Lecturer in the Biology Department, recently had a paper published in the journal Plant Reproduction, entitled “Sexual isolation in two bee-pollinated Costus (Costaceae)”.
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Big O’ Poetry Slam #107, the 6th Annual No-Holds-Barred Faculty and Staff Slam, will take place on Wednesday, April 24, 2013 at 8:00pm in the Hunt Union Waterfront. Celebrate national poetry month and support you favorite faculty and staff poets! Free & Open to the public! This will be a no-holds-barred event as poets may use [...]
The Campus Community is invited to the Employee Assistance Program’s Brown-bag lunch program entitled “Cyber-bullying” in the Butternut Valley Room, Hunt Union. On Thursday, April 18, 2013 from noon—1:00 p.m., Lesley Bidwell, Director of Networking and Telecommunications, will explore what constitutes cyber-bullying, how cyber-bullying differs from other forms of bullying, and how to recognize signs [...]
History Career Night will be held on Wednesday, April 24 from 7-9 p.m in Craven Lounge, Morris Hall. We will have professionals from History related careers and students entering such careers including teaching, librarianship, archival work, museum professionals, law and the police. We will also have a representative from the Career Center giving advice on [...]
The Ancient Studies Group (ASG) at SUNY Oneonta cordially invites you to a talk: Ancient Astronomy and the Evolution of Cosmology by Dr. Charles Nelson, Department of Physics and Astronomy, Drake University. The event will take place on Friday, April 19 at 3:00 PM, in Human Ecology 132. Please click on the following link to view the attached flier for abstract [...]
The Department of Africana/Latino Studies, the Center for Multicultural Experiences, and the Office of Multicultural Student Affairs, cordially invite the campus community to the 2013 Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony. The Kente Graduation Recognition Ceremony recognizes the achievements of students working within and without the AALANA community at SUNY Oneonta. The spring 2013 ceremony will be held on Wednesday, [...]