Deadline to Sign Up for PLC

Deadline to Sign Up for PLC September 11th
Small Teaching: Professional Learning Community (PLC)
Dates and time to be determined based on interest
Facilitator: Kjersti VanSlyke-Briggs, Director, Faculty Center
Sign up to join a Professional Learning Community (PLC) and receive a free copy of this year’s faculty read, Small Teaching: Everyday Lessons from the Science of Learning by James Lang. These short, one hour, chats will center on the text and the small changes we can make in our teaching that have big impact. There will be four meetings for each group (two in October and two in November). To register, please visit the Faculty Center webpage at and follow the link to the form to sign up. Each group will be limited to 10 people. The deadline to register is September 11th. Groups will bet set up and participants contacted the following week.

STUDENT RECIPIENT EXHIBITION, Jean Parish Memorial Scholarship 2016-2017

STUDENT RECIPIENT EXHIBITION, Jean Parish Memorial Scholarship 2016-2017 will open September 11 and will run through October 6 in the Fine Arts Project Space Gallery. The exhibit will feature the artwork of Lorelei Olk, Cap Dramstad, Jessica Tyler, Noah Barton, Briela Tollisen and Megan Jansen. A range of styles and media — including drawing, painting, photography, prints and mixed media—will be presented,

A reception for the exhibit and student presentations will take place Thursday, September 14, 4:30 to 6:00 pm.

Funded through the estate gift of Jean Parish, Faculty Emerita, Art, to the College at Oneonta Foundation.

Exhibition Poster(8.2.17)

Nancy Callahan: Games Without Rules Exhibition

Games Without Rules will open Tuesday, September 5, and will run through October 20 in the Martin-Mullen Art Gallery. A public reception will be held Thursday, September 7, from 5-7 pm with an artist talk at 6:00.

The exhibit will highlight the work of SUNY Oneonta Art Professor Emeritus Nancy Callahan, in particular her “Traveling Museum of Peculiar Matters,” which she describes as “a museum that exists in the future.”

Campus 9/11 Memorial Ceremony

This year’s 9/11 Memorial Ceremony will be held 9 a.m., Monday, September 11, 2017 at the 9/11 Memorial in the quad outside of Fitzelle Hall. SUNY Oneonta was touched deeply by the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001. Among those who lost their lives in terrorist attacks in New York City, Washington, D.C., and Pennsylvania that day were seven SUNY Oneonta alumni. We mark this date with a memorial ceremony each fall. The ceremony will feature the University Police Color Guard, presentation of flowers and a wreath, and special music. The 9/11 monument stands as a tribute to all who perished, and as a pledge that our campus community will never forget.
All are invited to attend