News Archive

  • Chief of Police Recognized by DCJS

    [caption id="attachment_387" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Fourth from left: Chief of Police Barton R. Ingersoll"][/caption]

    SUNY Oneonta Police Chief Barton R. Ingersoll was recognized Dec. 6 by the state Division of Criminal Justice Services for his role as president of the State University Police Chiefs Association in pursuing accreditation for SUNY police agencies.

  • University Police Mourn Slain Officers in NY, VA

    [caption id="attachment_381" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="(l. to r.) University Police Officer Jonathan Nichols, Sgt. Nathan Leonard, Sgt. Shawn Callahan, Officer Mark Cardinelli and dispatcher Brian Farley at Virginia Tech."][/caption]

    Several members of the SUNY Oneonta University Police were among the estimated 10,000 police officers who gathered in Long Island on Monday, Dec. 19, for the funeral of slain New York City police officer Peter Figoski. Officer Figoski, 47, was shot and killed while responding to a robbery in Brooklyn on Dec. 12.

  • Faculty Member Heard On WSKG Radio Panel

    [caption id="attachment_350" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Ron Bishop"][/caption]

    Dr. Ron Bishop, a lecturer in chemistry and biochemistry at SUNY Oneonta and a nationally-certified hazardous materials specialist, participated as a panelist on WSKG radio’s "Community Conversation" on Tuesday, Dec. 6. He was joined by Lou Allstadt, a former executive vice president of Mobil Oil Corp., for a discussion of the revised draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Regulatory Program of New York State (SGEIS).

  • College Recognizes December Graduates

    SUNY Oneonta recognized 215 students who completed requirements for bachelor’s and master’s degrees during the fall semester at the 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony. More than 1,500 students, faculty, family and friends members attended the ceremony in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House on Sunday, Dec. 4.

  • Celebratory Concert Held in New Music Wing

    Student and faculty musicians performed for a standing-room-only crowd on Nov. 11 during a dedication of SUNY Oneonta’s new music wing, which opened at the beginning of the semester in the college’s Fine Arts building. Watch a video of the event here.

  • Student Art On Exhibit

    Two new student art shows opened Dec. 2 in the Project Space Gallery and Gallery Lobby of SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Building. A reception for both shows was held Wednesday, Dec. 7. Both exhibitions will be on view through Dec. 15. “Spectrum,” an exhibition by 14 photography students, explores the spectrum of colors with 55 photographs. “Through the Eyes of Another” by Michelle Vena features a variety of works, including computer-generated imagery, book art and ink drawings. Find out more about art exhibitions at SUNY Oneonta  here.

  • Red Dragons Upended in National Semifinal

    The SUNY Oneonta men's soccer team’s magical run through the NCAA Division III tournament was halted Friday, Dec. 2, by the Calvin College Knights in the national semifinals, 4-2, ending Oneonta’s best season in nearly 40 years. The Red Dragons finished the season with a final record of 18-3-2, with the 18 wins being a single-season record. Read the full story here.

  • Concert to Feature `Sounds of Africa'

    SUNY Oneonta students will present a night of West African music, dance and food in a collaborative benefit concert titled "Find Yourself in the Sounds of Africa" from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Center for Multicultural Experiences in Lee Hall.

  • Graduation Candidates To Be Recognized

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 11 a.m. in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. Hosted by college President Nancy Kleniewski, the event will recognize students who are expected to complete their requirements for graduation this semester.

  • Next Stop, San Antonio!

    The SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team will make its first national championship bid since 1975 this weekend, and Red Dragons fans can follow the action, live from Blossom Soccer Stadium in San Antonio, Texas.

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News Archive

  • Chief of Police Recognized by DCJS

    [caption id="attachment_387" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Fourth from left: Chief of Police Barton R. Ingersoll"][/caption]

    SUNY Oneonta Police Chief Barton R. Ingersoll was recognized Dec. 6 by the state Division of Criminal Justice Services for his role as president of the State University Police Chiefs Association in pursuing accreditation for SUNY police agencies.

  • University Police Mourn Slain Officers in NY, VA

    [caption id="attachment_381" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="(l. to r.) University Police Officer Jonathan Nichols, Sgt. Nathan Leonard, Sgt. Shawn Callahan, Officer Mark Cardinelli and dispatcher Brian Farley at Virginia Tech."][/caption]

    Several members of the SUNY Oneonta University Police were among the estimated 10,000 police officers who gathered in Long Island on Monday, Dec. 19, for the funeral of slain New York City police officer Peter Figoski. Officer Figoski, 47, was shot and killed while responding to a robbery in Brooklyn on Dec. 12.

  • Faculty Member Heard On WSKG Radio Panel

    [caption id="attachment_350" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Ron Bishop"][/caption]

    Dr. Ron Bishop, a lecturer in chemistry and biochemistry at SUNY Oneonta and a nationally-certified hazardous materials specialist, participated as a panelist on WSKG radio’s "Community Conversation" on Tuesday, Dec. 6. He was joined by Lou Allstadt, a former executive vice president of Mobil Oil Corp., for a discussion of the revised draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Regulatory Program of New York State (SGEIS).

  • College Recognizes December Graduates

    SUNY Oneonta recognized 215 students who completed requirements for bachelor’s and master’s degrees during the fall semester at the 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony. More than 1,500 students, faculty, family and friends members attended the ceremony in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House on Sunday, Dec. 4.

  • Celebratory Concert Held in New Music Wing

    Student and faculty musicians performed for a standing-room-only crowd on Nov. 11 during a dedication of SUNY Oneonta’s new music wing, which opened at the beginning of the semester in the college’s Fine Arts building. Watch a video of the event here.

  • Student Art On Exhibit

    Two new student art shows opened Dec. 2 in the Project Space Gallery and Gallery Lobby of SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Building. A reception for both shows was held Wednesday, Dec. 7. Both exhibitions will be on view through Dec. 15. “Spectrum,” an exhibition by 14 photography students, explores the spectrum of colors with 55 photographs. “Through the Eyes of Another” by Michelle Vena features a variety of works, including computer-generated imagery, book art and ink drawings. Find out more about art exhibitions at SUNY Oneonta  here.

  • Red Dragons Upended in National Semifinal

    The SUNY Oneonta men's soccer team’s magical run through the NCAA Division III tournament was halted Friday, Dec. 2, by the Calvin College Knights in the national semifinals, 4-2, ending Oneonta’s best season in nearly 40 years. The Red Dragons finished the season with a final record of 18-3-2, with the 18 wins being a single-season record. Read the full story here.

  • Concert to Feature `Sounds of Africa'

    SUNY Oneonta students will present a night of West African music, dance and food in a collaborative benefit concert titled "Find Yourself in the Sounds of Africa" from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Center for Multicultural Experiences in Lee Hall.

  • Graduation Candidates To Be Recognized

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 11 a.m. in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. Hosted by college President Nancy Kleniewski, the event will recognize students who are expected to complete their requirements for graduation this semester.

  • Next Stop, San Antonio!

    The SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team will make its first national championship bid since 1975 this weekend, and Red Dragons fans can follow the action, live from Blossom Soccer Stadium in San Antonio, Texas.

News Archive

  • Chief of Police Recognized by DCJS

    [caption id="attachment_387" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Fourth from left: Chief of Police Barton R. Ingersoll"][/caption]

    SUNY Oneonta Police Chief Barton R. Ingersoll was recognized Dec. 6 by the state Division of Criminal Justice Services for his role as president of the State University Police Chiefs Association in pursuing accreditation for SUNY police agencies.

  • University Police Mourn Slain Officers in NY, VA

    [caption id="attachment_381" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="(l. to r.) University Police Officer Jonathan Nichols, Sgt. Nathan Leonard, Sgt. Shawn Callahan, Officer Mark Cardinelli and dispatcher Brian Farley at Virginia Tech."][/caption]

    Several members of the SUNY Oneonta University Police were among the estimated 10,000 police officers who gathered in Long Island on Monday, Dec. 19, for the funeral of slain New York City police officer Peter Figoski. Officer Figoski, 47, was shot and killed while responding to a robbery in Brooklyn on Dec. 12.

  • Faculty Member Heard On WSKG Radio Panel

    [caption id="attachment_350" align="alignleft" width="148" caption="Ron Bishop"][/caption]

    Dr. Ron Bishop, a lecturer in chemistry and biochemistry at SUNY Oneonta and a nationally-certified hazardous materials specialist, participated as a panelist on WSKG radio’s "Community Conversation" on Tuesday, Dec. 6. He was joined by Lou Allstadt, a former executive vice president of Mobil Oil Corp., for a discussion of the revised draft Supplement to the Generic Environmental Impact Statement for the Oil, Gas and Solution Mining Regulatory Program of New York State (SGEIS).

  • College Recognizes December Graduates

    SUNY Oneonta recognized 215 students who completed requirements for bachelor’s and master’s degrees during the fall semester at the 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony. More than 1,500 students, faculty, family and friends members attended the ceremony in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House on Sunday, Dec. 4.

  • Celebratory Concert Held in New Music Wing

    Student and faculty musicians performed for a standing-room-only crowd on Nov. 11 during a dedication of SUNY Oneonta’s new music wing, which opened at the beginning of the semester in the college’s Fine Arts building. Watch a video of the event here.

  • Student Art On Exhibit

    Two new student art shows opened Dec. 2 in the Project Space Gallery and Gallery Lobby of SUNY Oneonta’s Fine Arts Building. A reception for both shows was held Wednesday, Dec. 7. Both exhibitions will be on view through Dec. 15. “Spectrum,” an exhibition by 14 photography students, explores the spectrum of colors with 55 photographs. “Through the Eyes of Another” by Michelle Vena features a variety of works, including computer-generated imagery, book art and ink drawings. Find out more about art exhibitions at SUNY Oneonta  here.

  • Red Dragons Upended in National Semifinal

    The SUNY Oneonta men's soccer team’s magical run through the NCAA Division III tournament was halted Friday, Dec. 2, by the Calvin College Knights in the national semifinals, 4-2, ending Oneonta’s best season in nearly 40 years. The Red Dragons finished the season with a final record of 18-3-2, with the 18 wins being a single-season record. Read the full story here.

  • Concert to Feature `Sounds of Africa'

    SUNY Oneonta students will present a night of West African music, dance and food in a collaborative benefit concert titled "Find Yourself in the Sounds of Africa" from 7 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 8, at the Center for Multicultural Experiences in Lee Hall.

  • Graduation Candidates To Be Recognized

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2011 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 4, at 11 a.m. in the Dewar Arena of the Alumni Field House. Hosted by college President Nancy Kleniewski, the event will recognize students who are expected to complete their requirements for graduation this semester.

  • Next Stop, San Antonio!

    The SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team will make its first national championship bid since 1975 this weekend, and Red Dragons fans can follow the action, live from Blossom Soccer Stadium in San Antonio, Texas.