The 7th annual GoSTEM Summer Institute for area middle school students will focus on How it Works – Nature Tech. The Institute will run from July 10 -14, 2017 from 9-3 daily and will cost $60 including lunch. This Institute is for current sixth, seventh and eighth graders and will be held on the campus of SUNY Oneonta. The Institute will offer students the opportunity to learn together using hands-on projects presented by College professors/scientists, middle school science teachers, and college students studying to be science teachers. For a complete description of the program and an application for this year’s Institute go to www.cdostem.org. The deadline for applications is May 1.
The Committee on Greek Life (CGL) is looking for up to two members of the teaching faculty to join us. The CGL reviews applications and makes recommendations for admittance for prospective chapters seeking to come to campus; reviews and makes recommendations on the Greek Code and other pertinent Greek Life policies and procedures; and selects the annual Greek Chapters of the Year Awards. For more information please contact Robb Thibault, CGL Chair at x3013 or firstname.lastname@example.org
The Oneonta State Men’s Soccer Team is hosting an indoor/outdoor soccer camp from Monday, April 17 to Thursday, April 20 during the school holidays. The Camp will be held on the SUNY Oneonta campus, and will run from 9AM – 1PM at a cost of $80/camper (or $20/Day). Registration on Monday morning will be in the atrium in the Alumni Field House, and all pick-ups and drop-offs will be at the same location. The Chase pool will be available to those campers interested in swimming. Campers will be able to purchase a pizza lunch at $4/day. Designed for boys and girls in Grades 2-11, the camp will serve as a fundraiser for the men’s soccer team!
To Register online (2016): http://www.oneontaathletics.com/sb_output.aspx?form=22
A brochure/registration form for your convenience is attached: 2017 Spring Soccer Camp
For more information, please contact head coach Iain Byrne at 607.436.2102 or email@example.com
Barbara Vokatis (Elementary Education and Reading Department) published an article titled How to Establish an Online Reading Clinic with Quality Supervision: A Perspective on Course Design, Technologies, and Mentorship in Literacy Research & Practice, an international publication of the Organization of Teacher Educators in Literacy. The article describes the process of establishing innovative online literacy clinic courses for master’s students in the effort to transfer the entire literacy program to online delivery.