The SUNY O Farmers’ Market is back for a third consecutive year!  Please join us in the Netzer Quad from 11am-3pm on the following Tuesdays (September 2, 9, 16,23,30, and October 7) to enjoy some of our locally grown products.  For more information, please contact Dennis Higgins at or Graig Eichler at

Are you interested in learning more about international internship opportunities through the Academic Internship Council (AIC)? Please join AIC representatives for an information session via webinar to hear about program details and internship opportunities in the following cities: Boston, New York City, San Francisco, Toronto, Singapore, Mumbai, and Hong Kong. Register today and find out more about this unparalleled professional, academic, cultural, and personal experience!

Space is limited.  Reserve your AIC Webinar seat now at:

  • Date:     Thursday, September 18, 2014
  • Time:    1:00 PM – 1:45 PM EDT

After registering you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the Webinar.

On Wednesday, September 10, at 6 PM, in Le Café, Morris, the UUP Contingent/Part-Time/Adjunct Committee will host an important meeting, with complimentary dinner, open to all part-time, adjunct, and contingent UUP employees and their UUP allies. To enable UUP to manage the food order, please RSVP by calling 436-2135 and leaving your name and confirmation of attendance on the answering machine,

UUP welcomes all contingent members, both Academic and Professional, to this Wednesday, September 10, at 6 PM, conversation regarding benefits specific to them, issues of concern, and options for addressing those concerns. UUP will review contractual articles and open the floor to questions and comments and proposals. Participants will help UUP Oneonta draft a plan of action to address Contingent/Part-Time/Adjunct issues.

Bill Harcleroad, Director of Campus Activities, presented a webinar called “Unified Marketing Across Diverse Channels” for the National Association for Campus Activities (NACA) on August 5. 45 schools from across the United State tuned in to the webinar which was based on a well-received educational session Harcleroad presented at both NACA and Association of College Unions International (ACUI) conferences.

Available to anyone who can use the following items:

  • 2 Electric Staplers
  • 2 Electric Envelope Slitters
  • Tape Dispensers
  • Desk Accessories (trays, organizers)

Call Nancy in Admissions x3260.

Elliot Ruggles, director of the Gender and Sexuality Resource Center, successfully defended his dissertation and was awarded a PhD in Human Sexuality Education from Widener University. The title of his dissertation was “Queering Sexual and Gender Development: A Phenomenological Life History Study of People who Fall Outside Gender and Sexuality Norms.”

If you are interested in the operations of the SUNY Oneonta College Senate and/or planning to serve as a member during the 2014-15 academic year, please consider joining us in Le Café on either Thursday, September 4 or Friday, September 5 at 3:00 pm for light refreshments and an hour long orientation to the Senate, Robert’s Rules of Order, and the business that lies before us this academic year.  It will be an open meeting for discussions and questions, and we especially invite anyone new to Shared Governance to come and learn about the important business of being a College Senator.  Questions?  Email

SUNY Oneonta recognizes the educational benefits of hosting international visiting research scholars and has established an International Visiting Research Scholar Policy to facilitate a positive experience for all parties. The approval process, expectations, responsibilities, obligations, and other matters are covered by this policy. Academic departments, faculty and other college personnel are expected to follow this policy for inviting and hosting international visiting research scholars. The entire policy can found in the Policy Library at the following URL.

Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department recently accepted the position of Academic Editor at PLOS ONE (

The Office of Academic Programs is pleased to announce the appointment of Christine Barberio to the position of Sr. Grantswriter in the Grants Development Office effective August 11. Chris most recently served as the Grants Specialist at SUNY Delhi (and previously at SUNY Cobleskill), where she provided both grant seeking and grant administration services. She received her bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science from the University at Albany; and has extensive experience writing grants and project reports, and managing grants and programs in the public and non-profit sector. Chris’ office is located in 23 Bacon Hall, and she can be contacted at or x2434. Please extend a warm welcome to Chris!