Please click here: Creating Connections Call for Proposals (2 pgs.), for information on the call for proposals for presenters for the Creating Connections Professional Development Conference to be held at SUNY Oneonta on October 28th, 2016. We encourage all members of the campus community to participate in the event which brings together educators from different backgrounds together. All The proposal form is due back to the committee by August 1st and can be submitted to SUNYPROFDEV@oneonta.edu. Presenters will enjoy a free conference and luncheon as a thank you for presenting.
SUNY Oneonta in collaboration with The Teacher’s Center, ONC BOCES and DCMO BOCES invites you to submit a proposal to present at the October 28th, 2016 Professional Development day for school personnel hosted at SUNY Oneonta. If you have any questions feel free to contact the committee at SUNYPROFDEV@oneonta.edu
State Employees – Additional TIAA campus visits scheduled! Go to http://www.oneonta.edu/admin/humres/HR/ANNOUNCEMENTS&MEETINGS.asp to see the latest campus visits scheduled and make an appointment to meet with a financial provider!
Brian M. Lowe (Sociology) published “Spectacular Animal Law: Imagery, Morality and Narratives Impacting Legal Outcomes for Nonhuman Animals” in the Albany Government Law Review. This issue, “Four-Legged Clients: The Place of Animals in Our Lives and the Law”, is devoted to legal questions about deploying law to protect animals. Eric Aquino, a 2012 graduate of SUNY Oneonta (Criminal Justice), is Managing Editor of Submissions for the Albany Government Law Review, and solicited authors and articles for this issue. The Introduction was written by New York State Assemblyman Jim Tedisco, an advocate of expanding criminal penalties for animal abuse and a co-organizer of the Annual New York State Animal Advocacy Day.