Over the summer, the college website will undergo a series of technological upgrades to make it more accessible and user-friendly on tablets and mobile devices. The outcome of over two years of work with Albany-based web management firm Zone 5, these enhancements will involve some reorganization of the top-level pages of the website. While deletion [...]
The New York State Education Department Board of Regents has selected Dennis Banks (Secondary Education), as the 2014 recipient of its Louis E. Yavner Citizen Award. Banks received the award, given in recognition of his work in human rights education, during a Board of Regents meeting in Albany on Tuesday, June 24. The Louis E. Yavner [...]
The Office of International Education has relocated to 103 Alumni Hall. OIE staff continue to provide service to international students and study abroad participants in their new space. The phone and fax numbers have remained the same.
The Action Hero Committee invites members of the campus community to wear Action Hero shirts/pins on Friday, April 18th, 2014 in support of the Moustache for Respect Campaign sponsored by Residential Community Life in the QUAD at 1pm. Moustache for Respect Campaign is about promoting respect for others and speaking up on behalf of those [...]
SUNY Oneonta University Police Emergency Management will be hosting the National Weather Service Binghamton’s program Basic Storm Spotter’s training on Wednesday April 30th from 7-8:30 pm in the Craven Lounge on the SUNY Oneonta Campus. If you have any questions please contact Dave Lincoln by email at email@example.com This Program will cover will cover how [...]
Colleagues; Next Monday is our 1st Dragon’s Roost luncheon of the semester. That seating sold out quickly but we still have seats open on Monday April 7th and 14th. These meals offer a great variety of appetizers, starters, sandwiches and desserts and you get one of each and beverage for only $9.00. The deal can’t [...]
A large project involving the third floor of Milne Library will begin May 19, the Monday after Commencement. The existing masonry “panels” on the third floor exterior will be replaced with prefabricated insulated metal panels and glazing, giving the library a fresh look and significantly improved energy efficiency. In addition, the third-floor spaces will be [...]
Take a once in a lifetime course in Hong Kong after final exams in May 2014. Please click on the following link for complete information: Introduction to SOCL-294 Cities and Architecture – Hong Kong May 2014. If interested you need to act now. The first two meetings are on February 4 (Tuesday, 3-4PM) and February [...]
The following pilot program is being implemented with the spring 2014 semester. Any vehicle registered with SUNY Oneonta by a member of the campus community, and any other vehicle not belonging to a member of the college community, may be parked in any space designated by sign as red, blue, purple or yellow, during the [...]
Bianca Tredennick, Department of English, co-chaired a seminar session at the Northeast Modern Language Association’s annual conference. The panel, entitled “The Undead,” focused on the resurgence of interest, in literature and popular culture, in zombies, vampires and other such “undead” creatures.