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  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: New User Experience (UX) Group in Milne Library   1 day, 2 hours ago · View

    The Milne Library would like to introduce the new User Experience (UX) group. “User Experience” focuses on putting the user at the center of all interests, so that the experience in the library is intuitive, helpful and enjoyable. Throughout the year we will be asking you for your opinions on how we can improve our [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: EAP Presents September 2015 Frontline Newsletter   1 day, 5 hours ago · View

    In this month’s edition of the Frontline Newsletter: Frontline September 2015,  you’ll find these articles: Cholesterol Awareness; Meeting Project Deadlines; Alternate Health; Fact, Fiction and In Between; Are you a Morning Person?; When You Discover Teen Drug Use; Preventing Teen Diabetes; Be Internal-Customer Savvy andNever Too Late To Exercise.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Pass through the Pillars   5 days ago · View

    All faculty and staff are invited to this year’s Freshmen Pass through the Pillars.  Come applaud our newest students as they take their first steps to become  members of our campus community.  The event starts at 7pm, August 30 in the main quad by the Pillars.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Shiao-Yun Chiang Publishes Major Encyclopedia Entry   5 days, 6 hours ago · View

    Shiao-Yun Chiang (Communication Studies) published a major entry in the International Encyclopedia of Language and Social Interaction . This three-volume set is a “landmark project of International Communication Association and an invaluable reference work with contributions from leading global scholars” (in its official language). Chiang was invited to compose one of the longest entry “Power and Discourse” in [...]

  • Due to the damaged patio ceiling outside the Waterfront Room , the capacity of this space for safety is currently reduced to 100 persons by the Facilities Department. Repairs anticipated to be completed by October. We are working with patrons with confirmed events exceeding 100 persons to relocate events. Thank you for your patience. [...]
  • Once again, UUP will participate in the annual New York City Labor Day Parade on Saturday, Sept. 12 . UUP strongly encourages you to attend and march in solidarity with sisters and brothers from allied unions. During this contract year, in particular, UUPers need to demonstrate our strength to the many state, city, and local officials attending the parade. [...]

  • Faculty or staff who will be on campus Saturday, August 29, 2015 who have received notification that they have a key waiting for them, feel free to stop in the MOC on Saturday 8/29 between 7:30 am and 3 pm to pick up your key.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Fall 2015 Opening Dining Schedule   1 week, 3 days ago · View

    Please  click here:  Opening Schedule FALL2015 to find the Fall 2015 opening schedule for Dining Services.
  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Gustavo Arango Wins International Latino Book Award 2015   1 week, 4 days ago · View

    Gustavo Arango (Foreign Languages and Literatures) won the International Latino Book Awards 2015, in the category of Best Historical Novel in Spanish. Arango’s novel, Santa María del Diablo ( Saint Mary of the Devil ), tells the story of Santa María de la Antigua del Darién, the first city established by the Spaniards in continental America, near Panamá (1510-1524). [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Shipping Room Opening Hours   1 week, 5 days ago · View

    The Shipping Room Opening Hours:

    August 17-26; 9 am – 1 pm
    August 27-28; 8 am – 4 pm
    August 29; 9 am – 5 pm
    August 30; 12 pm – 5 pm
    August 31 returning to normal hours of 8:30 am – 5:30 pm.

  • Will Walker (Cooperstown Graduate Program) published an article titled “Collecting Folk Histories: Harold W. Thompson and Student Field Research in the 1930s” in the August 2015 issue of The Public Historian . The article examines the shared intellectual tradition in folklore, public history, and oral history of involving students in community-based field research. From the 1930s to the [...]
  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Seeking Casino Night Help!   2 weeks, 2 days ago · View

    The Student Association and New Student Services host a casino night in Hunt Union on the first Friday of every semester and it has been growing in popularity. This is an important event in our late night initiative as it starts the semester with a large alcohol free event. There is no actual gambling and [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Fida Mohammed & Gregory Fulkerson Publish Book Chapter   2 weeks, 3 days ago · View

    Drs. Fida Mohammad and Gregory Fulkerson, Sociology,  have published a book chapter, “The “War on Drugs”: A Failed Paradigm,” in the edited volume, New Approaches to Drug Policies: A Time for Change (eds. M.W. Brienen and J.D. Rosen), Palgrave, McMillan (2015).

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Thank You from Charlie Atcher   2 weeks, 3 days ago · View

    i want to thank all my friends and coworkers for the many retirement wishes, card and coffee hour in celebration of my retirement.  You are so thoughtful and I will miss you all but, I  am also very excited about this new venture in my life.

    Thanks again,

    Charlie Atcher, Maintenance/Facilities Operations

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: William Starna Presents at Teacher Workshop   2 weeks, 4 days ago · View

    William A. Starna , Emeritus Anthropology, presented “American Indians and New Netherland: The View from History and Anthropology” at the workshop “Teaching Dutch Colonial History with the New York State Social Studies Framework” held at the New York State Museum on August 8. The workshop was sponsored by the New Netherland Institute in conjunction with the museum, [...]

  • Effective WEDS AUG 12, West Dorm Drive and South Dorm Drive will be open and restored to normal one-way traffic. If you have any questions, please contact the Facilities Office at XT 3224.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Relocation of Interlibrary Loan Office   2 weeks, 4 days ago · View

    The Interlibrary Loan Office has been relocated to the basement of Milne library in room B216.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Ink Jet Cartridges Available   2 weeks, 5 days ago · View

    The Office of Equity & Inclusion has the following ink jet cartridges available for anyone that might use them.  Please contact Anne Winchester X2830 oranne.winchester@oneonta.edu if interested.

    HP LaserJet 124A Black, Magenta & Yellow.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: West Dorm Drive Closed to Traffic on Saturday   3 weeks, 1 day ago · View

    Weather permitting, West Dorm Drive will be temporarily closed in its entirety on SAT AUG 8 between 6 AM and 3 PM for parking stall striping.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Fall 2015 Yoga Classes   4 weeks, 1 day ago · View

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    The Fall 2015 semester will be offering Yoga Classes in both Vinyasa and Hatha yoga.  To register online please go to:  Oneonta.edu/academics/conted/yoga.asp You can aso phone 607-436-2548 or email CONTED@oneonta.edu.

    Sponsored by the Office of Continuing Education.  To view the poster:  YOGA poster fall 2015

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