Leanne M. Avery (Department of Elementary Education and Reading) and lead author Dr. Karim-Aly Kassam from the Department of Natural Resources & American Indian Program, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences at Cornell University published their recent paper, “The Oikos of Rural Children: A Lesson for the Adults in Experiential Education” in the May 2013 [...]
The CADE office has a Brother color fax/copier/scanner available for transfer to another department. Manuals and extra black, yellow, magenta and cyan cartridges are included. Contact Cyn Utter, CADE, at x3015 if you are interested in this machine.
The Hunt Union staff, consistent with the Council for Advancement of Standards (CAS), assigns student learning outcomes or SLOs to every campus event we program. Although the standards are not as rigorous as would be expected for classroom activity, they help identify how campus activities contribute to our students’ growth as lifelong learners. At the [...]
I would like to thank SUNY-shine for the beautiful flowers to honor the occasion of my graduating from Oneonta with my bachelor’s degree last weekend. They were gorgeous and made a memorable event even more special. Also, a special thank-you to my coworkers and supervisors who have supported the pursuit of this degree. Without you, [...]
Marketplace “Picnic on the Patio”, May 28th through June 14th. Meal Deal ONLY $6.00. Choose one of the following: Cheese Burger, Jumbo Hot Dog, Grilled Marinated chicken Breast Sandwich, or Italian Sausage , Peppers and Onion Sandwich. Meals include: Select Beverages, Chips or Pasta Salad and Cookies. Special Friday Offerings – Take Home Dinner! May [...]
Independence Day, 2013 Thursday, July 4, 2013 is an official state holiday for all employees. Essential services in University Police and the Heating Plant will be maintained. In addition, the College has approved liberal leave for Friday, July 5, 2013. Offices are allowed to close for the day subject to the appropriate supervisory approval. If you [...]
Two SUNY Oneonta projects are among 33 recipients of the 2013 Innovative Instruction Technology Grants (IITG) program, which funds campus innovations and initiatives that have the potential to be replicated throughout the SUNY system and benefit students and faculty worldwide. IITG is a competitive grants program open to SUNY faculty and staff across all disciplines. [...]
A limited number of complimentary passes remain for a presentation by Frank Deford, Dean of American Sportswriters. Mr. Deford, senior writer for Sports Illustrated and an NRP commentator, will speak from Noon-1 PM on Wednesday, May 29, in the Grandstand Theater at the National Baseball Hall of Fame. He will discuss Casey at the Bat [...]
The Red Dragon Outfitters will be closed for inventory the week of May 27. It will reopen at 8 AM on June 3. Summer hours are 8AM–4PM.
On May 8, 2013 Daniel G. Payne, English, delivered a presentation entitled “John Burroughs’s Wild Places: The Catskills and the Adirondacks” at the Kelly Adirondack Center at Union College. The lecture was part of a week-long series on the Adirondacks held annually at Union College.