Will you have a TA who tutors this semester? CADE is offering TUTOR TRAINING FOR TEACHING ASSISTANTS. In addition to introducing key concepts of how to plan and evaluate the effectiveness of an individual tutoring interaction, we will help TAs recognize the line between helping a student understand concepts without inadvertently doing the work (or the thinking) for the student. For more information about how we can help your TA work effectively with your students, please call Amy Crouse-Powers at x2819 or email her at Amy.Crouse-Powers@oneonta.edu.
CADE Ambassadors can come speak with your classes about the services CADE offers. Peer tutoring is available for many 100- and 200-level courses. Peer and professional writing tutoring are also available. Email Amy.Crouse-Powers@oneonta.edu or call x2819 to request a CADE Ambassador for your 100- or 200-level fall course.
Property Management has available fifteen adjustable height steel stools in fair to good condition. If your department has any interest in one or more of these stools, please contact William Wood at 3232 or Deb Wolfanger at 2621. These pieces are available until Friday September 1, 2017
Tracy Betsinger, Anthropology, has recently published an article in the Journal of Archaeological Science: Reports. The article, “Endemic treponemal disease in late pre-Columbian prehistory: New parameters, new insights,” explores patterns of treponemal disease (non-venereal syphilis) in relation to settlement patterns, temporal shifts in sociopolitical organization, and regional diversity.
The Office of Opportunity Program’s (EOP/ACE) Student Opportunities and Leadership (S.O.A.L.) Committee is now accepting gently used items as a donation for our annual participation in the “Grand & Glorious Garage Sale” sponsored by the Catskill Choral Society which will take place on Saturday, September 9th from 9:00am to 3:00pm. This group thrives solely off of fundraising and donations and we look forward to participating in the event every year as a way to interact with the greater Oneonta community and raise money for educational, social, and cultural events throughout the academic year. Items such as books, movies (DVD or Blu-ray), house décor (picture frames, small end tables, T.V. trays, throw pillows, wicker pieces, etc.), lightly used sports and recreation equipment, games (video, board, card, etc.), kitchen dishes/sets, and kids toys are greatly appreciated . No clothing donations please.
Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org or (607) 436-3095 for details regarding delivery or pick up. All items must be received by Thursday, September 7th! Thank you!
The Department of Civil Service is proud to announce the addition of a NEW Career Mobility Office webinar and the availability of other webinars.Transfer flyer
Property Management has available eight wooden tables in fair condition. The table tops measure 7’ 6” long by 25” wide. If your department has any interest in one or more of these tables, please contact William Wood at 3232 or Deb Wolfanger at 2621. These pieces are available until Friday September 1, 2017.