Miguel León, History, published a second edition of his book “Textiles and Honor: Encomenderos and Colonial Society in Huanuco, 1539-1640.” The book was co-published by the Regional Government of Huánuco and the Regional Archives of Huanuco that consider the book an important contribution to the historical memory of this region.
“Textile and Honor” is a prosopographical study of Spanish colonizers of Huanuco, an area located in the Peruvian northern highlands which traces the lives of the Spanish conquistador elite and their families for three generations. An analysis of their social and economic activities is also included in this historical account with special emphasis on the management of the native labor and tribute as well as the textile production.
For the second edition, the author has written a new introduction assessing the impact of the first edition and added an appendix of paleographic transcriptions of sixteenth century documents.
Tuition assistance programs are available for SUNY employees based on the employee’s negotiating unit and also through the SUNY Tuition Waiver Program. For those wanting to take advantage of the tuition assistance offered by your negotiating unit, please contact your union office or the Human Resources staff (x2509) for information on how to apply. Employees must meet certain requirements to be eligible for this support.
Tuition assistance is also available through the SUNY Employee Tuition Waiver Program. Employees can receive partial reimbursement for a maximum of six credits per semester for courses taken at a SUNY institution. The applications for this program are available in the Office of Human Resources, Netzer 208, and should be returned to the Human Resources Office after completion. The deadline for submission of applications for this program for courses being taken during the spring 2019 semester is Thursday, January 24, 2019.
You may want to look into both programs in order to see which provides the greatest amount of assistance. If you have any questions, please phone Betty Tirado at ext. 2583.
On December 5-6, 2018, Andrea Fallon-Korb, Adjunct Instructor in the Dept. of Health & Fitness, joined 14 other speakers at the 36th Annual M-F Athletic U.S. All-Star Track & Field and Cross Country Clinic in Atlantic City, NJ. Andrea did two presentations on Teaching Mental Toughness.
This clinic is open to middle school, high school, and college coaches across the country. Other speakers included Carl Lewis and multiple Olympic gold medal winner Gail Devers, whom Andrea met and spent time with.