The Music Department’s Performance Practice Workshop will present “BED FELLAS,” a new musical comedy written by 2002 SUNY Oneonta graduate Omri Schein, at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 11, in Fine Arts M201. Schein wrote the book and lyrics for “BED FELLAS,” which features music by James Olmstead and additional material by Andrew Smith. SUNY Oneonta’s [...]
The Department of Theatre and the Mask and Hammer Theatre Club will present the musical comedy “Of Thee I Sing,” featuring music and lyrics by George and Ira Gershwin, from April 24-27. Performances will be at 8 p.m. today through Friday, April 24-26, and at 2 p.m. Saturday, April 27, in the Goodrich Theater of [...]
More than 100 works by student artists are on display during SUNY Oneonta’s Annual Student Juried Art Exhibition, which features sculpture, ceramics, digital prints, drawings, paintings and video art. The exhibition opened April 15 and runs through May 18 in the college’s Martin-Mullen Art Gallery. The Dr. James Jerow Elting Memorial Awards were presented at [...]
Deadline extended for Student Paper Competition from the Center for Social Science Research Call for Papers: 2013 Competition Theme: “Glocalization: Connecting the Global and the Local” The CSSR Student Paper Competition Committee will consider any paper written by a SUNY Oneonta student that addresses some variation on the theme of “Glocalization: Connecting the Global and [...]
Elli Mazeres and Matthew Dami, students in the M.S. in Biology Program, attended and volunteered as A.V. assistants at the Northeast Natural History Conference in Boston, MA.
Alexander Lawrence and Rebekah Obenauer, undergraduate students in the Program in Environmental Sciences, presented a poster entitled “Bryophyte Reproduction and Dispersal in a Mixed Hardwood Forest” at the Northeast Natural History Conference in Boston, MA. They co-authored the talk with their research advisor, Sean Robinson.
Christine Picucci, A student in the M.S. in Biology program, presented a poster entitled “Development and Intrafamilial Cross-Testing of Microsatellite Primers for Acroneuria carolinensis (Banks) (Plecoptera: Perlidae)” at the Northeast Natural History Conference in Boston, MA. She co-authored the talk with her advisor, Jeffrey Heilveil.
Mollie Goodwin, a student in the M.S. in Biology program, presented a poster entitled “Gene Flow and Population Sustainability of a Native Bee Species in Otsego County, NY” at the Northeast Natural History Conference in Boston, MA. She co-authored the talk with her advisor, Jeffrey Heilveil.
Only the best business students in the world, and the professionals who earned the distinction of “the Best in Business” during their academic careers, can claim membership in Beta Gamma Sigma. The SUNY Oneonta Chapter congratulates the 13 students who have earned invitations in fall 2012 and spring 2013 semesters. They join an expanding worldwide [...]
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 [...]