E. Maria Thompson, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs, is pleased to announce that William Walker, Assistant Professor of the Cooperstown Graduate Program, will deliver the annual Richard Siegfried Lecture titled "Telling Diverse Stories of
American Life at the Smithsonian" on Thursday, December 5 at 7:30 pm in the Craven Lounge, Morris Conference Center. Created to recognize faculty achievement outside the classroom, Dr. Walker is the nineteenth
recipient of the Richard Siegfried Junior Faculty Prize for Academic Excellence. The $1,000 award is made possible by a gift from Alice Siegfried to the College at Oneonta Foundation in memory of her husband. The lecture is free and open to the public. A
dessert reception will precede the lecture at 7:00 p.m. Please announce this event to your students and encourage their attendance.
Facilitated by Dr. Ursula Sanborn-Overby and Dr. Craig Bielert, Psychology DepartmentThis film follows the experiences of a 10-year-old name Laure who moves into a new neighborhood and presents to the neighborhood children as a boy named Mikhael. It...
This program is less about pizza and more about sex. Have questions about what happens between the sheets? Drinking? Gender and Sexuality? Ask Rebecca Harrington (anonymously) on Friday, November 4 at 4pm in 303 Fitzelle.
Undoing Racism in the Food System
Some of our country's most cherished sustainable farming practices have roots in African wisdom. Yes African-American farmland ownership has declined to less than 1% and Black communities suffer disproportionately ...
The purpose of this conference is to provide SUNY Oneonta transfer students with leadership skills and resources that they can utilize throughout their time at Oneonta, as well as post-graduation.
Choose from our various breakout sessions, find you...