Won’t YOU Be a Neighbor?
Please donate gently used sweaters, jackets and vests for free distribution. There is a bin located in the hallway across from The Center for Social Responsibility and Community in Alumni Hall, room 101C.
If you contact CSRC at extension 2262, we will even come pick up your donation.
The Women’s and Gender Studies Department invites you to attend a Gender Out of Bounds faculty discussion presented by Kristen Blinne, Assistant Professor, Communication and Media Department, SUNY Oneonta on Friday, September 30, 2016, at 3:00 P.M. in Milne Library room 318.
For more information, please click on the following link: blinne-flyer
The SUNY Oneonta chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma (BGS) invited 13 students to join the honor society, which is made up of over 750,000 students and alumni throughout 160 countries worldwide. Beta Gamma Sigma is an international business honor society and the highest acknowledgment a student in the School of Economics and Business can receive. BGS collegiate chapters are only at schools accredited by AACSB International. Students in the top 10 percent of baccalaureate programs and top 20 percent of graduate programs are invited to this lifetime membership.
The President of the chapter and Dean of the School of Economics and Business, Dr. Thomas, along with Co-Vice Presidents Dr. Flynn and Dr. Durkin, faculty advisor Dr. Buchan, and the members of the student leadership of the chapter were present to invite these 13 students during the fall “tapping” ceremonies. Upon being invited to the growing SUNY Oneonta chapter, the students were recognized for their academic achievement in front of their classmates and professors.
The recognition ceremony will be held on April 21st, 2017 at 3:30, located in the Otsego Grille of Morris Conference Center. Congratulations for the hard work and academic success to the following invitees:
Samuel Beaulac, Mitchell Fisher, Robert Gallipoli, Connor Killane, Michael McDonnell, Erin Nicolai, Breanna O’Shea, Claire Piampiano, Allison Ravit, Sara Stathopoulos, Michael Teichman, Molly Van Der Poel, and Anthony Vecere.
Patricia Norman, Samantha Strzepek, and Sara Umland, second-year students in the Cooperstown Graduate Program, worked with professor Cynthia Falk last spring to nominate the Jewel Family Homestead in Guilford, Chenango County, to the New York State and National Registers of Historic Places. The property includes a circa 1824 house built by the Jewell family using a traditional New England form. The house has been owned by Jewell descendants since its construction. Updates to the property show technological and social developments and include the addition of a kitchen wing to allow for cooking on an iron stove, a privy, and a small barn. In the early twentieth century family owners invested in the derelict property as a memorial to their predecessors, choosing to keep and augment historic features. On September 22, the New York State Board for Historic Preservation voted to move the Jewell Homestead forward for listing. Congratulations Trish, Sam, and Sara!