A message from Property Management:
The campus Property Management (PM) office is required to administer the SUNY Property Control System (PCS). This system ensures our campus meets the requirements for the proper and timely reporting of equipment transactions, and that we take steps to safeguard against loss. The entire campus community is charged with the responsibility to safeguard state-owned assets—regardless of their value. Campus departments should make every effort to be good stewards of State-owned equipment in their jurisdiction.
Campus departments are responsible for:
* Reporting acquisitions of property. (When making purchases using your SUNY Oneonta Visa card, ALWAYS send a copy of the purchase requisition, including the Visa document number, for EQUIPMENT purchases to Willy Wood in Property Management. Fax to x 2568)
* Notifying property management of changes in property status and location
* Notifying PM of theft and loss of equipment.
* Providing access to property for tagging and inventory functions.
* Participating in verifying data included in annual inventory.
Please note: annual inventories will be sent to campus department chairs/directors/managers on February 1 and need to be completed by February 15. Spot checks of campus owned equipment will take place during the spring semester. For more information please see: http://www.oneonta.edu/facilities/equipment.asp
Tuesday at the Grille returns January 29, 2019!
11:30 a.m. – 1 p.m.
Salad Station: Fresh Fruit, Mixed Greens, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Carrots, Croutons and 3 Choices for Dressing
Soup Station: Mexican Fiesta with Roasted Tomatillo and Cilanto Pesto
Live Action Station: Taco Salad Bowl with Ground Beef or Chicken and a variety of toppings
Main Buffet: Hot Corn and Black Beans, Beef Enchiladas, Tortilla Chips
Dessert Station: Tres Leches Cake and Chocoflan
For Reservations, please contact Joanna at 436-3934 or Joanna.Foti@oneonta.edu
Brown Bag Series: Making the Most of Your SPI Data
Now that you have your fall data back, you may be wondering what it all means and what to do with it. Join Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs for a round table discussion on interpreting the SPI.
When: Wednesday, January 23, 12:00 – 1:00 p.m.
Where: 159 Fitzelle Faculty Lounge
Here is the link to the updated Catering Menu: https://content-service.sodexomyway.com/media/Catering%20guide%20SunyFlavoursFINAL_tcm78-11748.pdf?url=https://oneonta.sodexomyway.com/
Please reach out to Joanna Foti (436-3934) or Wende Ebberts (436-3502) if you would like to place a catering order or if you have any questions!
Safe Space 101 returns this spring!
The Oneonta Safe Space 101 Training builds awareness of the issues affecting LGBTQIA+ (Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, Questioning, Intersex, Asexual, etc.) people and provides resources and skills on how to be an ally in the campus community. After completing the 101-style training, participants will be given the option to join the Safe Space Ally Network and display an official Oneonta Safe Space sticker (revamped for this new program) in a visible location. The symbol signifies the individual’s commitment to being a resource and an ally to LGBTQIA+ people.
There are monthly 3-hour training sessions available for students and employees beginning the end of January. Those interested will need to RSVP on Campus Connection. To find the dates and times, please log in to Campus Connection and search for Safe Space 101. Also, please make sure to select the correct session (i.e. students RSVP for the Students-Only sessions, Faculty/Staff RSVP for the Faculty/Staff-Only sessions). Participants will receive correspondence prior to their session with more information.
More dates will be added soon, so stay tuned!
If there are any questions or if your department/office would like to schedule a training session for your unit, please contact Emily Phelps, Assistant Director for Student Life & Leadership/GSRC at Emily.Phelps@oneonta.edu.
Hosted by the President’s Advisory Council on Sustainability (PACS)
When: Friday, February 8, 4 to 6 p.m.
Where: Grille – Morris Conference Center
Thor Gibbins, Assistant Professor, Secondary Education and Technology:Sustainable Applied Learning
Josh Gray, Sidney Central School: Sustainable Schools
Will Walker, Associate Professor, Cooperstown Graduate Program: Local Farming Oral Histories
Leslie Sawyer, SUNY Oneonta Student: Pollinator Playground
William A. Starna, emeritus anthropology, has published the lead article, “That they may sweep the Indians from the land”: Assessing the Place of Native People in The Deerslayer and The Pioneers,” in The James Fenimore Cooper Society Journal 29, 2(2018):56-62.