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  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: School of Economics & Business Faculty Seminar Series-December 2   12 hours, 50 minutes ago · View

    Dr. Kai Chen , Assistant Professor of Finance, will make a presentation at the Fall 2015 School of Economics and Business Faculty Seminar Series . The title of Dr. Chen’s presentation is “Debt Structure and Capital Structure Adjustment.” The presentation is open to faculty, students, and the public. It will be held 4:00 pm on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 , in Fitzelle Hall , [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Printer Cartridges Available   12 hours, 57 minutes ago · View

    Anyone have a C6100 series OKI printer? We no longer do and would be happy to send you five unused printer cartridges. Please contact Deedee House (Bugbee 300) at x2300.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Next Open Forum for CESO Position   1 day, 13 hours ago · View

    The campus community is encouraged to attend the open forum with Kevin Jensen, the next candidate for the position of chief enrollment services officer, on Dec. 7 at 2 p.m. in the Otsego Grille at the Morris Conference Center.

    Kevin Jensen Resume:  Kevin J Jensen Resume

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Items Available   4 days, 12 hours ago · View

    The Office of Sponsored Programs has FREE ink/toner cartridges available for a Dell 1235CN. 3 Black, 2 Cyan, 2 Magenta, 2 Yellow.  If anyone is interested, please call Lara Woods at x2473.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Student Diversity Leadership Conference Call for Proposals   5 days, 17 hours ago · View

    Thumbnail The Student Diversity Leadership Conference is a one day event designed for individuals from different backgrounds, experiences, and perspectives to interact with student, administrators, and faculty presenters and exchange information to enhance multicultural comprehension, self-awareness, and leadership skills. Participants will hopefully apply the acquired skills, tools, and insight to advance their personal development and be effective [...]

  • On November 18, 2015 at noon, Sergeant Shawn Callahan , UPD, will be discussing common signs and symptoms of drug use/abuse that might be observed in the workplace or home. Sergeant Callahan is well-versed on this subject and will also share some insight to the drug use in our area. This presentation will take place in the UPD Training [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Soup at the Grille – November 24   1 week ago · View

    Please come and join us next Tuesday, November 24th for Soup at the Grille.  We look forward to seeing everyone there.  To view the menu:  Soup at the Grille

  • Inside Higher Ed interviews Mark Ferrara, department of English, about his new book Palace of Ashes: China and the Decline of Higher Education (Johns Hopkins University Press).


  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: William Starna Completes Consultancy   1 week, 1 day ago · View

    William A. Starna, Emeritus Anthropology, has completed a consultancy with the New York City Department of Education, Social Studies Department, writing the teachers’ section for the 2d grade lesson unit, “The First Inhabitants of New York City.”

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: John McCaslin-Doyle Presents at Annual Conference   1 week, 4 days ago · View

    Dr. John McCaslin-Doyle from the Department of Theatre presented the paper “Midcareer Madness: Paddy Chayefsky’s Adaptation of The Americanization of Emily and the Journey to Howard Beale” at The 2015 Film & History Conference: “Journeys, Detours, and Breakdowns,” in Madison, Wisconsin on November 5, 2015.

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    SUNY Oneonta will be hosting first and second round games in the 2015 NCAA Division III Men’s Soccer Tournament this weekend.

    Please come out to support the Red Dragons as they begin its road to the national championship weekend in Kansas City, MO in December.

    To view the flyer:  2015 round1

  • Six faculty and 14 undergraduates from the Department of Earth and Atmospheric Sciences attended the Annual Meeting of the Geological Society of America in Baltimore, Maryland (November 1-4). Les Hasbargen , Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, with co-authors Peter Booth (GEOG 2017) and Derek Walling (WATR 2016) presented Views of the River: Flood Records, Lidar, UAV, and Canoe Based [...]

  • ThumbnailJust a reminder that the Giving Tree tag pick up will take place on Thursday, November 12th from 8:30AM to 10:00AM in the Butternut Valley Room, Hunt College Union.

    We look forward to seeing you!

    To view the flyer:  The Giving Tree

  • ThumbnailDr. Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs , from the Department of Secondary Education & Educational Technology, Dr. Elizabeth Bloom , and Daniell Boudet will give a lecture titled “Resisting Reform: Reclaiming Public Education through Grassroots Activism” on Tuesday, November 17, 2015 , 4:00 p.m. in the Alden Room, 3rd floor, Milne Library . The Alden Scholar Series celebrates SUNY Oneonta faculty members who have published scholarly books or produced [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Veteran’s Day Ceremony – November 11   2 weeks, 1 day ago · View

    Everyone is invited to a Veteran’s Day ceremony and reception that will be held on November 11, 2015 at 11:00 am in room  130 Morris Hall.  If anyone has any questions, please contact Eileen McClafferty at 436-3390.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Bill Simons Cited in Two History Oriented Articles   2 weeks, 1 day ago · View

    Bill Simons , History Department, was cited in two recent history-oriented articles appearing in The Daily Item (Lynn MA). The lead front-page November 2, 2015, article, “Simons Lived History, and Now Visits It,” noted Bill’s historical contextualization of the November 1, 2015, Boston-to-Washington, Honor Flight of Bill’s father, Shep, and other World War II veterans. The article noted that [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Exercise at Noon   2 weeks, 1 day ago · View

    Thirty minute video exercise workouts will take place and began on  November 1st. They are  held on Mondays and Wednesdays at 12:15 in the Chase dance studio. Classes are informal and will last approximately 30 minutes.

    For additional questions please contact Deb Ost at 436-2909.

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Holistic Healing Informational Fair – November 19   2 weeks, 1 day ago · View

    Looking for a way to live a healthier, happier life? Want to find a better way to deal with life stress? Or are you just sick and tired of being sick and tired? The CSEA Local 635 Women’s committe e is sponsoring a holistic healing informational fair which will provide a number of holistic healers who will [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Gretchen Sorin Presents at Annual Conference   2 weeks, 5 days ago · View

    Dr. Gretchen Sorin , Director and Distinguished Professor at the Cooperstown Graduate Program, presented a paper at the Mid-Atlantic Association of Museums annual conference on October 22. Her presentation was titled, “Blending Money and Mission: Cultural Entrepreneurship in Museums.” Dr. Sorin discussed multiple case studies of museums using innovative, entrepreneurial techniques to raise revenue and increase new [...]

  • Bulletin Bulletin wrote a new blog post: Roger Hecht Publishes Two Poems   2 weeks, 5 days ago · View

    Roger W. Hecht (English) has recently had two poems published. His prose poem, “I am the bones of the boy…,” was published in the print literary journal Prick of the Spindle, Issue 8. His poem, “Sky Burial,” was published in the on-line literary journal The Otter, and can be read at http://ottermagazine.com/article/sky-burial/

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