An exhibition featuring work by 15 members of the SUNY Oneonta Art Department faculty will open Monday, Oct. 31, in the Martin–Mullen Art Gallery at the college’s Fine Arts Center.
SUNY Oneonta’s Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center has appointed Dr. Janet Nepkie of the college’s Music and Music Industry programs as a Fellow of Copyright Inquiry and Implementation. Nepkie, a SUNY Distinguished Service Professor, was instrumental in creation of the college’s Music Industry program and coordinates its internships. She also teaches courses related to business [...]
The Oneonta State volleyball team will hold its second annual “Dig Pink” extravaganza Saturday, Oct. 29, when the team hosts Sage College, King’s College and Hartwick College in a match beginning at 11 a.m. The event is part of a nationwide effort by college and high school teams to increase awareness about breast health and [...]
For the first time in its history, SUNY Oneonta has been chosen to host an American Council on Education (ACE) Fellow. Dr. Shirley A. Quarles arrived on campus in late August and will spend the 2011-2012 academic year at the college. During her residency, she will work primarily on faculty development issues with Provost Maria [...]
SUNY Oneonta won five awards at the National Association for Campus Activities Mid-Atlantic Regional Conference from Oct. 9-12 in Buffalo.
The SUNY Oneonta Poetry Slam Association (PSA) will present two performances this fall in addition to its biweekly poetry slams, which are free and open to the public. The next slam will be held at 8 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 26, at the Waterfront Café in the Hunt College Union.
SUNY Oneonta athletes will hold their annual Leaf Raking Community Service Event from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Saturday, Oct. 29.
Children and families from Oneonta and the surrounding area are invited to participate in back-to-back Halloween events on Friday, Oct. 28.
SUNY Oneonta will host an open forum on Thursday, Oct. 27, regarding the college’s townhouse development. College officials and representatives of firms involved in the project’s planning will present information and receive feedback at 6 p.m. in the Craven Lounge at the Morris Conference Center on campus. Community members are welcome to attend.
In the second installment of the fall semester’s Red Dragon Reading Series at SUNY Oneonta, Jim and Carol McCord will present “The Singing Eye,” a collaborative performance of poetry and photography, on Thursday, Oct. 20.