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  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Automated Classified Time & Attendance System   4 days, 9 hours ago · View

    Our Campus is in the process of rolling out an automated Classified Time and Attendance system. We will be rolling it out in phases. At this time we would like to invite the Classified Clerical/Administrative staff to attend one of two training sessions being offered. Currently we have from 10:00am – 11:00am on Monday May 4th or Tuesday May 5th in [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Bill Wilkerson Presents Two Papers   4 days, 11 hours ago · View

    Bill Wilkerson (Political Science) has presented two papers this winter. The first, titled “Using “Big Data” in a Political Science Research Methods Course: A Description and Initial Assessment of a Social Media Analysis Assignment,” was presented at the American Political Science Association’s Teaching and Learning Conference in January 2015 in Washington, DC. The second, titled “Using [...]
  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Community Garden Plots Available   5 days, 13 hours ago · View

    Interested in gardening this summer, but no place to grow anything? OAS has open plots at the Community Garden at College Camp. Space is available for faculty, staff, students and alumnae on a first come, first served basis. If you are interested, please call Valery Worden at x3352.

  • April L. Ford, English adjunct faculty member, is served as Guest Editor for SmokeLong Quarterly, a literary journal internationally renowned for publishing flash fiction. Visit http://www.smokelong.com/april-ford-guest-edits-april-13-19/ for more information.

  • The results of the 6th UUP Quality of Professional Life and Administrative Assessment Survey is now bound and available for viewing in the UUP Office, IRC-105 and at the Library Circulation desk.  This includes all statistics and free response comments.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Tuesday @ the Grille – April 28   5 days, 14 hours ago · View

    The next Tuesday @ the Grille will be on April 28 from 11:30AM to 1PM in Morris Conference Center.  The menu: April28menu , features a Salad Bar, Soup, a Live Gyro Station, Main Buffet and a Dessert Station.  Only $10 per person.  For reservations phone x3934 or email chelsie.dalton@oneonta.edu .

  • CONGRATULATIONS to the student finalists and recipients of the 2015 College at Oneonta Foundation Awards for Excellence in Student Research & Creative Activity (see below). Prior to the April 16th Student Research & Creative Activity (SRCA) Day, in which 160+ students participated, presenters were nominated for these prizes by their faculty sponsors and finalists were selected by [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Andrew Gallup Presents Research at International Conference   5 days, 16 hours ago · View

    Andrew Gallup of the Psychology Department recently presented on his research at the International Conference on Comparative Cognition in Melbourne, Florida (April 15-18). The talk was co-authored by Janine Militello , Lexington Swartwood and Serena Sackett (all current or former undergraduate students in Psychology at SUNY Oneonta), and was entitled “Experimental evidence of contagious yawning in budgerigars ( Melopsittacus [...]

  • Richard Lee , English, is a guest editor/reader for the current edition of the online flash fiction journal SmokeLong Quarterly ( SL: Issue 47, April 2015). He evaluated over 60 submissions, selected a story, “Rabbit,” for their weekly contest, and interviewed winning author Natalie Lund for that edition. SmokeLong Quarterly has been publishing very short fiction (≤ 1000 words) since [...]

  • Magdalena Lorenz, Economics, Finance and Accounting, and Wade L. Thomas, Office of Institutional Assessment and Effectiveness, had their article “Redefining the Internship in the Face of Legal Realities and Economic Valuations” published by the Cornell HR Review, April 14, 2015.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Women’s & Gender Studies: Film Screening – April 22   1 week, 4 days ago · View

    The Women’s & Gender Studies Department invites you to attend a screening of The Hunting Ground on Wednesday, April 22nd at 7pm in Craven Lounge, Morris Center . This new documentary is by the Academy Award-nominated directors of Invisible Ground, an exposé of sexual violence in the U.S. military. The Hunting Ground spotlights the national debate on rape on campuses, a debate [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop   1 week, 4 days ago · View

    ThumbnailEAP is hosting a 6-session Chronic Disease Self-Management Workshop led by Ida Baker , Health Educator at Bassett Healthcare. This course is intended for those living with chronic conditions such as arthritis, high blood pressure, heart disease, diabetes, depression, and/or chronic pain. Participants will discover nutrition and exercise options, communication skills, and will be guided toward self-management. The workshop [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Volunteers Needed: Move Out Donation and Reuse Program   1 week, 5 days ago · View

    The Office of Sustainability is coordinating a “ Move Out Donation and Reuse Program ” from May 4th-May 14th . This program will collect the gently used items from the 15 residence halls. Items include clothing, shoes, bags, linens, office supplies, toiletries, cleaning supplies, laundry supplies, sporting goods, storage containers, appliances, electronics, nonperishable food items, books, toys, kitchen appliances, [...]

  • ThumbnailCelebrate fresh air, clean water, beautiful landscapes and the Oneonta community during Green Dragon Week 2015 (4/20-4/26)!!!

     

    Here is the calendar of events:   http://www.oneonta.edu/sustainability/documents/FINAL%20GDW%20Calendar%202015.pdf.

  • Just a reminder that Liberty Mutual Representative Mark Lipka will be on Campus to meet with UUP Members tomorrow, Wednesday, March 15 from 11AM to 1PM in the UUP Office, IRC-105 . He has some giveaways so take a few minutes to stop by to get a free quote, pick up some information, grab some coffee and a snack or just [...]
  • The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee, a musical comedy, will be performed at SUNY Oneonta’s Goodrich Theater starting Wednesday, April 22nd through Friday, April 24th at 8:00 P.M ., and with a 2:00 P.M. matinee performance on Saturday, April 25th . This hilarious musical with music and lyrics by William Finn and book by Rachel Sheinkin, is a modern ensemble celebration [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Conference Table Available   2 weeks, 2 days ago · View

    The TLTC has a wooden conference table 42” X 96” available to any department that might be looking for one. Contact Jim Greenberg at x2701 or jim.greenberg@oneonta.edu if interested.

  • Achim Koeddermann, Philosophy, discussed the implications of a right to” Hospitality for Immigrants” at the Albany Law School and Union College (April 3-4). The presentation on the conflict between ‘Allegiance,’ ‘Assimilation’ and the Constraints of Justice from a European Perspective” concentrated on “The Conflict Between Open Borders and Absolute Sovereignty.” (NYASA 2015)
  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Amie Doughty Presents Paper in New Orleans   2 weeks, 4 days ago · View

    Amie Doughty , English, presented the paper “Gaea’s Last Stand: Rick Riordan’s The Heroes of Olympus and Environmentalism” on April 1, 2015, at the National Popular Culture Association/American Culture Association Conference in New Orleans. The paper argues that the uneasy ending of the series reflects the uneasiness of the environmental message being presented. In addition to presenting [...]

  • The Science Discovery Center and the Oneonta World of Learning are sponsoring our fifth annual NanoDays event , an afternoon of activities designed to educate the public about the exciting world of nanotechnology. The Nanoscale Informal Science Education Network (NISE Net) organizes this nationwide festival of educational programs about nanoscale science and engineering. Come participate more than a dozen [...]
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