In celebration of Black History Month, Dr. Gretchen Sullivan Sorin, Director of the Cooperstown Graduate Program, will lecture tonigth, Thursday, February 26 on the Negro Motorist Green Book. The book served as a guide for African American families traveling during Jim Crow, providing a comprehensive list of safe places to rest, eat, and more. The program will [...]
The Women’s & Gender Studies Department invites you to attend a Gender Out of Bounds Seminar presented by Dr. Sallie Han, Anthropology Department, on Wednesday, March 4, 2015 from 3-4pm in 318 Milne Library. Presentation title: Say ‘Thank You’: A Micro-ethnography of Language Socialization and Gender. For more information please click on the following link: [...]
Join us on Wednesday, March 04, 2015 from 11AM – 12PM in 130 Morris to learn Basic Investment Concepts: http://www.oneonta.edu/admin/humres/HR/HR_images/VOYA%20seminar.pdf. Light refreshments will be provided.
The Office of Equity and Inclusion invites your participation in … A Faculty Discussion on the Chief Diversity Officer Role at SUNY Oneonta. An experience tailored for faculty, regardless of rank, discussing the CDO role, the Office of Equity and Inclusion, motivators for the work and the direction of the effort. Also important to the discussion [...]
The Friday Seminar Series in Biology presents: “Life in Professional School: Experiences of SUNY Oneonta Biology alumni in Physicians Assistant and Physical Therapy programs,” jointly presented by four SUNY Oneonta alumni—all were Biology majors—who are currently enrolled in programs in the health professions: James Dewey, Michael O’Rourke, Jason Sheehan, and John Longo. Synopsis of presentation: [...]
Black History Month, Young Scholars Event: The Administrator - Khristian King,“Early College High School: Examining the Development of the Academic Identities of Students Through Dual Enrollment”. Khristian King is currently a fifth year doctoral candidate in the Higher Education Administration program in the Department of Educational Leadership and Policy (ELP) at the University of Buffalo, where [...]
Black History Month, Young Scholars Event: The Scientist - Thomas J. Eatmon, Ph.D., “Entrepreneurship as a Vehicle for Citizen-Driven Environmental Action”. Thomas D. Eatmon, PhD is an Assistant Professor of Environmental Science at Allegheny College. His teaching and research interests apply systems thinking to the creation of cultural, technological, business, and policy solutions to environmental problems. He [...]
Black History Month, Young Scholars Event: The Counselor – Michael D. Hannon, Ph.D., LAC (NJ), NCC “Intersecting identities: Reflections of a Black counselor educator, researcher, and father of a child with autism.” Dr. Hannon is an Assistant Professor of Counseling in the Department of Counseling and Educational Leadership at Montclair State University in New Jersey. He [...]
Chemistry on the Silver Screen- What is it like to be a science advisor to the film industry? How is Hollywood and the scientific community making the portrayal of the scientist and science more accurate? Join the SUNY Oneonta Chemistry Club to learn how chemists and chemistry have influenced movies and TV through a discussion [...]
The next Tuesday at the Grille will take place on Tuesday, February 24th from 11:30 AM to 1:00 PM. Please click on the following link to view the menu: Tuesday at the Grille menu for February 24.