Students of FOOD 239 – Luncheon Menus!

Colleagues;  The semester has barely begun yet it is out of the gate and already hurling towards the finish line.

We have a great bunch of students in FOOD 239: Restaurant and Catering Management and wow have I throw the gauntlet at them. The meals this semester include the excitement of foods and flavors from all over the world. They may include tastes that you aren’t familiar with or maybe even fear but you can trust that we (not me – the students are a much better bet than me) will take good care of you. Meals are offered on select Thursdays starting promptly at noon in Human Ecology 143 and 144.

The menus, dates, seats available and prices are below.
· Make reservations by emailing me with your preferred dates and number of seats. I do get buried with emails and will respond as soon as I can.
· Once your reservations are confirmed please send payment in cash or check payable to “FOOD 239” to my office at 142 Human Ecology. Please send payment before the end of September so I can focus on the students and the luncheons.
· I’ll send the tickets as soon as I receive your payment. If you can’t make a luncheon you reserved please pass your ticket to a friend – they’ll thank you.
· Also, please remember that the students do their best to serve you but they are learning and occasional bumps in the road happen.
· If you need a vegetarian selection or have a dietary restriction please notify us in advance so that we can properly serve you.Read More »

Grants Development Information Sessions – September 21 & 22

The Grants Development Office is offering a Navigating Internal and External Grants at SUNY Oneonta information session to provide guidance on how to find and apply for funding for research and creative activity projects and programmatic initiatives, including an overview of policies and responsibilities. There will be two opportunities to attend – on Wednesday, September 21 from 3-4 p.m. and on Thursday, September 22 from 9-10 a.m. Both sessions will be held in Room 130 of Morris Conference Center. For planning purposes, please contact (x2632) if you wish to participate and, if so, which session you plan to attend.

Keith Schillo is the Author of Two New Text Books

Dr. Keith K. Schillo (Biology Department) completed work for two text books on human anatomy and physiology. Human Anatomy and Physiology: Form, Function and Homeostasis is published by Cognella Academic Publishing, and is available as a preliminary edition. The first edition will be available next year. Laboratory Manual for Human Anatomy and Physiology is published by Kendall Hunt Publishing Company. Each book provides streamlined information presented in a no frills, non-intimidating manner for standard two-semester course sequences in anatomy and physiology.