Congratulations to Kathy Hewlett, who works at the Information Desk/Box Office at Hunt Union. She successfully completed an online digital badge course on Student Employee Supervision developed and sponsored by the Association of College Unions International (ACUI).
WONY student radio and the Department of Communication & Media are proud to announce the premiere of a student-created documentary radio/podcast series, ONEONTA VOICES. A bi-weekly news and public affairs program, the half-hour show is produced entirely by SUNY Oneonta students Joshua Colon, Jesse King, Roe Krassner, and Collin Ungerleider with supervision from Dr. Andrew Bottomley. These student media-makers are doing all the work, from choosing the episode themes and pitching the story ideas to conducting the interviews and editing all the audio.
The basic premise of ONEONTA VOICES is to capture a cross-section of life and experiences at and around SUNY Oneonta by highlighting various current events and social, cultural, political, and economic issues impacting the college’s students, faculty, and staff. The aim is to represent campus life in all its complexity, the show serving as a platform for elevating the diverse voices of the college community. The debut episode centers on the theme of first-year experiences, including student reflections on their introductions to SUNY Oneonta and information about navigating the new Excelsior Scholarship program. Future episodes will address themes such as cultural diversity, gender and sexuality, mental health, and commencement. Each episode also features a spotlight on a student artist or performer.
ONEONTA VOICES broadcasts on SUNY Oneonta’s student radio station, WONY 90.9 FM, every Saturday at noon, after which it’ll be distributed online as a podcast. The premiere episode debuted on Saturday, February 10. It can be heard online at:
If you’re interested in learning more about ONEONTA VOICES or you have a story you’d like to share, please email the producers at email@example.com
Will Walker (Cooperstown Graduate Program) recently published a review of James Delbourgo’s “Collecting the World: Hans Sloane and the Origins of the British Museum” in the latest issue of The Public Historian, which you can read about here.
Tuesdays at the Grille, March 6, 2018 from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m.
$12.00 per person
Salad Station: Fresh Fruit, Mixed Greens, Cucumbers, Tomatoes, Onions, Carrots, Croutons and 3 Choices for Dressing.
Soup Station: Roasted Corn and Shrimp Chowder
Live Action Station: Macaroni and Cheese Bar with Crab, Bacon, Ham or Vegetables
Main Buffet: Vegetable Lasagna, Chicken Parmesan with Linguini, Lemon Broccoli
Dessert Station: Apple Pie, Cherry Pie and Peach Crisp
For reservations, please contact Joanna at 436-3934 or Joanna.Foti@oneonta.edu
The Catskill Area School Study Council is seeking instructors and course offerings for the 2018 Fall Saturday Seminar Series. We are looking for courses in the following categories: STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math), Art, Babysitting Training, Dance, Karate, Yoga, Music Theater, Foreign Language, Literature/Writing and History. We will also consider course proposals in other subject areas. Courses are for students in grade 3 through 12, with a focus on Elementary and Middle School.
The courses take place in a regular classroom on campus. Instructors must be able to work all four Saturdays – October 13, 20, 27 and November 3 from approximately 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. A snow date is scheduled for November 10, if needed.
For a course proposal or more information, please contact Jarrin Hayen, Assistant Coordinator, via e-mail or in 243 Fitzelle. The deadline to apply is March 13.
William A. Starna, Emeritus Anthropology, is author of the text for the online exhibit, “The Dutch Among the Natives: American-Indian Dutch Relations, 1609-1664.” Designed for the general public, teachers and students, the exhibit is posted on the website of the New Netherland Institute, Albany, at https://www.newnetherlandinstitute.org/.
Alejandra Escudero of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literatures was invited to give a lecture at Rhode Island College on February 22-23 on The Luminous Letter Project she runs at SUNY Oneonta with her students.
Escudero’s lecture was part of the Hidden and Forgotten Histories lecture series, sponsored by the School of Arts and Sciences. Students, staff, faculty and administrators attended the lecture and were inspired by what SUNY Oneonta students are doing in terms of Applied Learning initiatives in order to support the LGBTQ+ community in various Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) detention centers and state prisons across the United States.