SRCA Day set for April 18 and 19

SRCA Day – April 18 & 19 – Plan to Attend!

SRCA Luncheon/Keynote Address

We are pleased to welcome Andrea J. Casper (a 1975 SUNY Oneonta graduate) as the 2019 Student Research & Creative Activity (SRCA) Day Keynote Speaker. The SRCA luncheon and the keynote address titled “The Science of Knowing Shapes the Art of Living” will be held in the Hunt Union Ballroom starting at noon on Thursday, April 18. Admission is free, but an RSVP is required to attend; click here to register (by Monday, April 15).

Andrea Casper began her career at the National Institutes of Health Clinical Center in Bethesda, Md. She held positions of increasing responsibility for over 10 years and then transferred to the Food and Drug Administration Center for Biologics where she reviewed and approved new applications for IVD products, blood, and plasma as well as conducted establishment and manufacturing inspections. She joined Johnson and Johnson in 1989, then, in 1994, joined Roche Molecular Systems holding managerial roles in regulatory affairs. Casper returned to Johnson and Johnson as Worldwide Director of Regulatory Affairs in 1997, and was promoted in 2005 to Vice President Worldwide Regulatory Affairs and Product Vigilance. With 25 years of progressive experience in regulatory affairs, Andrea joined C.R. Bard, Inc. in 2011 and retired as Corporate Vice President of Regulatory Affairs in 2017.

SRCA Presentations

Please plan to visit the Hunt Union on Thursday, April 18 (1–5 p.m.) and/or Friday, April 19 (9 a.m. – 1 p.m.) to view the 100+ SRCA Day presentations (posters, computer displays, other exhibits, oral presentations) by students from across the disciplines. More information, including a listing of presentation titles and days/times, is available on the SRCA Day website. Contact Kathy Meeker or Chris Barberio of the Grants Development Office if you have questions regarding SRCA Day.

Student research and creative activity at SUNY Oneonta is supported by charitable gifts to the College at Oneonta Foundation and the SUNY Oneonta Alumni Association.