UUP will hold its traditional end of semester party on Sunday, May 1, 2016, from Noon— 4:00 PM at the College Camp. The gathering will include a brief Chapter meeting. The lodge at the Camp will allow us to have the party rain or shine.
Complimentary Brooks’ House of Bar-B-Q lunch — with food and beverages — will be served. Although the lodge has inside tables and chairs, outdoor enthusiasts may wish to bring chairs, blankets, folding tables, games, musical instruments, and sports equipment.
All those represented by the UUP bargaining unit and their families/significant others are most cordially welcome. To facilitate food planning, a RSVP is required. To RSVP, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or leave a message on the UUP Oneonta voice mail at 436-2135 and provide your name, telephone number, and the number of family members/significant others, including yourself, who will attend.
“Our Experience makes us want to live in a country where immigration is seen as a new source of strength and not as a problem”
Please come learn/share with Oneonta students who discovered the BorderLinks experience in Tucson Arizona during Spring Break while involved with a STAR funded Domestic Intercultural Immersion Program. Join us on Monday April 18 in IRC7 at 7:00-8:00pm to hear from the student delegation and view their experience.
BorderLinks is a nonprofit educational organization located in Tucson, Arizona that focuses on cross-border relationship building opportunities and issues of migration in the borderlands between Mexico and the United States. BorderLinks connects divided communities, raises awareness about the impact of border and immigration policies, and inspires action for social transformation.
It is essentially a unique opportunity for academic study, experiential learning, and community living along the U.S. and Mexico border. The immersion programs offer groups the opportunity to learn from the different actors on the border to gain a holistic understanding of the immigration system. Our delegation met with individuals and organizations that provide basic humanitarian aid, which advocate for migrant and border communities, and which organize around political issues.
The idea was to build a sustainable experiential program-based relationship for future credit-bearing opportunities for Oneonta students.Read More »
Has your General Education course been randomly selected for assessment in the fall 2016? Need help planning your course assessment strategy? Unsure how to prepare your course for a General Education assessment? These and many other questions about General Education course assessment will be addressed at two “General Education Course Assessment Planning” workshops. The workshops will be conducted by members of the General Education Assessment Committee (GEAC) on Thursday, April 21, 9-10:00 a.m., in Netzer 310 and Friday, April 22, 3-4:00 p.m. in Netzer 341. Light refreshments will be served.
Hope to see you there.
SUNY employees – Prepare for living, not just for retiring! Go to http://www.oneonta.edu/admin/humres/HR/ANNOUNCEMENTS&MEETINGS.asp and schedule an individual meeting with one or more of our SUNY-approved financial product providers.
Wondering what SUNY Oneonta students do after graduation? Learn more through a comprehensive written report highlighting the first destinations of undergraduate and graduate students. Visit the First Destination website www.oneonta.edu/firstdestination to view the full report and to explore the exciting next stops of May & August 2015 graduates.
Where’s your next stop? The #PinUrPath social media campaign is back! Aligning with the First Destination Survey, #PinUrPath is an opportunity for graduating students to share their next stop story via Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Students can stop by the Career Development Center in 110 Netzer to complete the #PinUrPath template and join the conversation. Discover the pinned paths of recent graduates via an interactive world map website.
May 2016 graduates will soon be invited via email to participate in the 2016 First Destination Survey. Please encourage all graduating students to complete the survey and share their next stop.
Please reach out to Cassandra Mullinnex, First Destination Assessment Coordinator, with any questions.
SUNY Oneonta Faculty; You are cordially invited to be my guest (No Fee) at the SUNY-Oneonta Alumni Weekend Tennis Tournament on Friday, June 3, 2016 at the Oneonta Tennis Club on Rose Avenue.
If interested – please email me (email@example.com) and I will give you more details.
Bill Bogatz – Class of 1974, Tennis Tournament Coordinator