Campus Connection will be undergoing a major upgrade on Wednesday 7/5. The public/exploration side of the site will look and feel very different and be much more user friendly in the mobile environment. Organization officers, content managers, and advisors will find their management tools in the new action center which they can find by clicking on the 9 dots in the top right or by swiping in from the left on mobile devices. Individual content (LEAD status, Cocurricular record, submissions) will be available by clicking on your initial icon in the top right or by swiping in from the right on mobile devices.
The default URL will change and you should update any bookmarks. All links should be to connect.oneonta.edu rather than Oneonta.collegiatelink.net. The latter will continue to work for a while but as a redirect and might have slight delay.
Thanks to John Bugyi for working on the new images and logo for the site.
Please contact bill harcleroad, Director of Campus Activities if you have any questions.
Dr. Penina Kamina in collaboration with a colleague at Western University Kalamazoo were awarded EURO 5000 by the International Group for the Psychology of Mathematics Education to fund a two-day, June 19-20, preconference session to build research capacity for early career researchers. This session was part of the 4th bi-annual Strathmore International Mathematics Conference held at Strathmore University, Nairobi, Kenya whose theme was “Enhancing Collaborative Research in Mathematical Sciences.” Twenty mathematics education doctoral students from Ruanda, Tanzania, Uganda and Kenya were in attendance and seven researchers from Sweden, USA and Kenya facilitated the presentations. The network teams formed in this preconference meeting will continue their discussions using online platforms.
Also Dr. Kamina gave a talk on Data Collection and Qualitative Data Analysis at the preconference on June 20, 2017. She then attended the conference from June 21st to 23rd where she actively engaged in discussions of research studies in East African mathematics classrooms.