The Catskill Area Study Council is in need of volunteers to work in classrooms with elementary and middle school students during a series of four Saturday morning workshops held here on campus. This is a great opportunity for Education majors to get actual classroom experience. A variety of classes will be offered and the course descriptions are attached. (we already have teachers lined up for these classes, but each teacher needs at least one volunteer to help them in their room.)
We need volunteers to work in classrooms here on campus with elementary students on Saturday mornings beginning October 14th. The dates are October 14, 21, 28, and November 4; the “snow date” is November 11, 2017.
We need volunteers to submit an application to us no later than the end of September, and the sooner the better, so that we can process the applications prior to the start of the program.
If you are interested in volunteering please fill out the application and return it to the Catskill Area School Study Council at 243 Fitzelle Hall, or by e-mail to me at the e-mail address below, no later than the end of September.
Fall Enrichment volunteer flyerCourse Descriptions Fall 2017.docx
Fall Enrichment volunteer flyer
Volunteer Application AND Guidelines 2017
On Wednesday, September 20, at 3-4pm, the Anthropology Department will host an informal discussion about how anthropologists, think, talk and live race. The event will take place in the Anthropology Teaching Gallery, Physical Science building, 1st floor. It is organized as part of a national day of teaching, learning, and action on the theme of “Understanding Race after Charlottesville,” a collaborative effort of the American Anthropological Association, the American Historical Association, the American Sociological Association, and the Society for Applied Anthropology.
A PDF of the event is attached.
More information and resources related to “Understanding Race after Charlottesville” can be found at: http://www.americananthro.org/AttendEvents/UnderstandingRace.aspx?ItemNumber=22037
Understanding Race after Charlottesville
The college community is invited to attend an Orientation Review meeting. We will review the changes made for 2017 and ask for some suggestions for 2018.
The meetings will be held on: September 14 at 8:30-9:30am and 3:30-4:30pm in the Butternut Room in the Hunt Union.
If you are unable to attend and would like to speak individually with Monica Grau, Director of New Student Services, please contact her to set up a time.
UUP Vision for the Future Program: Reflections on our Next President: Wednesday, September 20, Noon, Le Café
UUP Oneonta will host a noontime Vision for the Future panel program on Wednesday, September 20, 2017, in Le Café, Morris. Discussants will reflect on the attributes that the next president of SUNY Oneonta should possess. As the presidential search process proceeds UUP Vice President for Academics and Associate Professor Michael Brown organized the Vision for the Future program and will moderate the discussion.
The Vision for the Future panel includes four exceptional members of the College community: James Ebert, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences, and former Dean of Science and Social Science; Renee Walker, Acting Chair, Psychology Department, and Professor, Anthropology; Cynthia Klink, Adjunct Lecturer, Anthropology, and UUP Associate Officer for Contingents; and David Lincoln, Emergency Management Coordinator and UUP Vice President for Professionals.
After the Vision for the Future panelists’ formal remarks, audience questions and comments will follow. All members of the UUP bargaining unit are invited to attend and encouraged to participate. UUP will provide a complimentary lunch. To facilitate the food order, please email email@example.com or call 436-2135 to RSVP.