This semester, 22 students have worked very hard to understand the culture and society of Bolivia, while learning about political and economic development in the country. We are partnering with Save the Children International, a well known NGO that strives to provide health and education programs to underprivileged children and their families. While in Bolivia, our students will be teaching English, providing pedagogical support to teachers and carrying out various workshops in music, dance, art, health education and sports, among others.
You are cordially invited to luncheon to the Oneonta Faculty Convivium on Wednesday, April 27, noon to 1:00 p.m., in Otsego Grille. Student recipients of the College at Oneonta Foundation Awards for Excellence in Student Research and Creative Activity (judged and selected at the April 20th SRCA Day) will present their award-winning projects. The names and project titles of the student awardees will be announced on April 21st. Limited seating is available, however, so make your reservation now if you wish to attend.
Seating is limited. To reserve a seat please call X2517 prior to April 25. Vegetarian meals are available.
Plan Now for Fall! CADE Ambassadors are peer tutors who can come speak with your classes about the services CADE offers. Peer tutoring is available for many 100- and 200-level courses. Email Amy.Crouse-Powers@oneonta.edu to request a CADE Ambassador for your 100- or 200-level fall course. To view information: Would You Like to Help Your Students Use.
Congratulations to Kevin Jensen, Associate Vice President and Chief Enrollment Officer, on his recent Achievement Award from the Western Association of Student Financial Aid Administrators. Kevin received this award in recognition of his many contributions to the WASFAA organization, having served on many committees as well as President of the organization. We welcomed Kevin to our campus in early February.