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  • SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on Best Values List

    Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has named SUNY Oneonta to its list of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for the ninth consecutive year. The 2015 rankings, released today, recognize four-year schools that deliver academic quality and affordability.

    In addition, Kiplinger’s ranked SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on its national list of the “24 Best College Values Under $30,000/Year, 2015.”

  • Students Raise $1,100 for Local Food Pantry

    More than 50 SUNY Oneonta students teamed up to raise nearly $1,100 for the St. Mary’s Food Pantry during this year’s Fashion for Food benefit on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Oneonta Elks Club.

    Event planning students Kaila DeSilva, Adjani Reed and Jian Xie Feng planned and coordinated the benefit, which included a pasta dinner prepared by students Kim Demeo and Nicole Sadenwater, followed by a fashion show featuring 27 student models. Attire was provided by Transitions Boutique, Edward Teleky Jeweler and by the models themselves.

  • College Wins Grant for Sustainability Project

    SUNY Oneonta has received $910,000 in Green Innovation Grant Program funding for a project aimed at reducing the impact of stormwater runoff from the campus.

    Administered by the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp., the Green Innovation Grant Program (GIGP) supports projects across New York state that use unique stormwater infrastructure design and create cutting-edge green technologies. The grant was awarded through the NYS Regional Economic Development Councils’ Consolidated Funding Application process and funded through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as part of the New York Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program.

  • College Recognized for Community Service

    SUNY Oneonta has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Honor Roll annually acknowledges colleges and universities for exceptional community service.

    SUNY Oneonta is one of 19 State University of New York campuses named to the Honor Roll, which represents recognition from the highest levels of the federal government of a campus-wide commitment to service and civic engagement. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher praised the Honor Roll schools for their commitment to making service a priority.

  • College to Recognize Graduation Candidates

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2014 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 7, 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.

  • Toke Knudsen Wins Siegfried Award

    Dr. Toke Knudsen, associate professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, history has been awarded the 2014 Richard Siegfried Junior Faculty Prize for Academic Excellence. Walker will deliver the 20th annual Richard Siegfried Lecture, “Competing Cosmologies in India,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Craven Lounge of the Morris Conference Center.

  • Team Wins Award at College Fed Challenge

    A team of economics and business economics students from SUNY Oneonta won an Honorable Mention Award in the 2014 College Fed Challenge, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in November.

    The College Fed Challenge is a team competition for undergraduate college students. Inspired by the working of the Federal Open Market Committee, the competition requires that students work as a team to research and analyze current economic data, develop a forecast and review potential future economic risks, and prepare a presentation and answer questions on a recommendation for monetary policy.

  • Men’s Soccer Headed to 2014 NCAA DIII Final Four

    It appeared from the opening whistle that the SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team was determined to let nothing stand in its way of getting back to the 2014 NCAA Division III national championship weekend. When the final whistle sounded, the Red Dragons overpowered Brandeis, 3-0, to win the sectional championship and, with it, punch their ticket to Kansas City, Mo., in two weeks.

    “Another great game,” said coach Iain Byrne afterward. “Brandeis is a quality team and a classy group of men. It was a physical game and I thought we controlled the tempo of the game.”

  • Red Closet Thrift Shop Opens on Campus

    A new, volunteer-run thrift shop opened Nov. 18 in the basement of SUNY Oneonta’s Netzer Administration Building.

    Conceived out of concern for the responsible reuse of materials and keeping as much consumer product out of the waste stream, the Red Closet Thrift Shop is a concerted effort by an enthusiastic group of SUNY Oneonta students and staff to find homes for quality clothing and household items that would otherwise end up in the landfill.

  • Festival to Support Ebola Relief Efforts

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its third annual Global Movement Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in the Hunt Union Ballroom.

    The festival will benefit Disaster and Emergency Relief Services West Africa (DERSWA), a nonprofit organization co-founded by SUNY Oneonta alumnus Daniel Pneuman. During the first hour of the festival, Pneuman will provide an overview of how the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) became an epidemic across West Africa, and what governments and major international organizations are doing to address it, in a 15-minute talk titled, “The Grassroots Response to the Ebola Epidemic.”

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News Archive

  • SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on Best Values List

    Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has named SUNY Oneonta to its list of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for the ninth consecutive year. The 2015 rankings, released today, recognize four-year schools that deliver academic quality and affordability.

    In addition, Kiplinger’s ranked SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on its national list of the “24 Best College Values Under $30,000/Year, 2015.”

  • Students Raise $1,100 for Local Food Pantry

    More than 50 SUNY Oneonta students teamed up to raise nearly $1,100 for the St. Mary’s Food Pantry during this year’s Fashion for Food benefit on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Oneonta Elks Club.

    Event planning students Kaila DeSilva, Adjani Reed and Jian Xie Feng planned and coordinated the benefit, which included a pasta dinner prepared by students Kim Demeo and Nicole Sadenwater, followed by a fashion show featuring 27 student models. Attire was provided by Transitions Boutique, Edward Teleky Jeweler and by the models themselves.

  • College Wins Grant for Sustainability Project

    SUNY Oneonta has received $910,000 in Green Innovation Grant Program funding for a project aimed at reducing the impact of stormwater runoff from the campus.

    Administered by the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp., the Green Innovation Grant Program (GIGP) supports projects across New York state that use unique stormwater infrastructure design and create cutting-edge green technologies. The grant was awarded through the NYS Regional Economic Development Councils’ Consolidated Funding Application process and funded through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as part of the New York Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program.

  • College Recognized for Community Service

    SUNY Oneonta has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Honor Roll annually acknowledges colleges and universities for exceptional community service.

    SUNY Oneonta is one of 19 State University of New York campuses named to the Honor Roll, which represents recognition from the highest levels of the federal government of a campus-wide commitment to service and civic engagement. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher praised the Honor Roll schools for their commitment to making service a priority.

  • College to Recognize Graduation Candidates

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2014 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 7, 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.

  • Toke Knudsen Wins Siegfried Award

    Dr. Toke Knudsen, associate professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, history has been awarded the 2014 Richard Siegfried Junior Faculty Prize for Academic Excellence. Walker will deliver the 20th annual Richard Siegfried Lecture, “Competing Cosmologies in India,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Craven Lounge of the Morris Conference Center.

  • Team Wins Award at College Fed Challenge

    A team of economics and business economics students from SUNY Oneonta won an Honorable Mention Award in the 2014 College Fed Challenge, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in November.

    The College Fed Challenge is a team competition for undergraduate college students. Inspired by the working of the Federal Open Market Committee, the competition requires that students work as a team to research and analyze current economic data, develop a forecast and review potential future economic risks, and prepare a presentation and answer questions on a recommendation for monetary policy.

  • Men’s Soccer Headed to 2014 NCAA DIII Final Four

    It appeared from the opening whistle that the SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team was determined to let nothing stand in its way of getting back to the 2014 NCAA Division III national championship weekend. When the final whistle sounded, the Red Dragons overpowered Brandeis, 3-0, to win the sectional championship and, with it, punch their ticket to Kansas City, Mo., in two weeks.

    “Another great game,” said coach Iain Byrne afterward. “Brandeis is a quality team and a classy group of men. It was a physical game and I thought we controlled the tempo of the game.”

  • Red Closet Thrift Shop Opens on Campus

    A new, volunteer-run thrift shop opened Nov. 18 in the basement of SUNY Oneonta’s Netzer Administration Building.

    Conceived out of concern for the responsible reuse of materials and keeping as much consumer product out of the waste stream, the Red Closet Thrift Shop is a concerted effort by an enthusiastic group of SUNY Oneonta students and staff to find homes for quality clothing and household items that would otherwise end up in the landfill.

  • Festival to Support Ebola Relief Efforts

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its third annual Global Movement Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in the Hunt Union Ballroom.

    The festival will benefit Disaster and Emergency Relief Services West Africa (DERSWA), a nonprofit organization co-founded by SUNY Oneonta alumnus Daniel Pneuman. During the first hour of the festival, Pneuman will provide an overview of how the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) became an epidemic across West Africa, and what governments and major international organizations are doing to address it, in a 15-minute talk titled, “The Grassroots Response to the Ebola Epidemic.”

News Archive

  • SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on Best Values List

    Kiplinger’s Personal Finance magazine has named SUNY Oneonta to its list of “100 Best Values in Public Colleges” for the ninth consecutive year. The 2015 rankings, released today, recognize four-year schools that deliver academic quality and affordability.

    In addition, Kiplinger’s ranked SUNY Oneonta No. 12 on its national list of the “24 Best College Values Under $30,000/Year, 2015.”

  • Students Raise $1,100 for Local Food Pantry

    More than 50 SUNY Oneonta students teamed up to raise nearly $1,100 for the St. Mary’s Food Pantry during this year’s Fashion for Food benefit on Friday, Dec. 5, at the Oneonta Elks Club.

    Event planning students Kaila DeSilva, Adjani Reed and Jian Xie Feng planned and coordinated the benefit, which included a pasta dinner prepared by students Kim Demeo and Nicole Sadenwater, followed by a fashion show featuring 27 student models. Attire was provided by Transitions Boutique, Edward Teleky Jeweler and by the models themselves.

  • College Wins Grant for Sustainability Project

    SUNY Oneonta has received $910,000 in Green Innovation Grant Program funding for a project aimed at reducing the impact of stormwater runoff from the campus.

    Administered by the New York State Environmental Facilities Corp., the Green Innovation Grant Program (GIGP) supports projects across New York state that use unique stormwater infrastructure design and create cutting-edge green technologies. The grant was awarded through the NYS Regional Economic Development Councils’ Consolidated Funding Application process and funded through the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency as part of the New York Clean Water State Revolving Fund Program.

  • College Recognized for Community Service

    SUNY Oneonta has been named to the 2014 President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. Administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service (CNCS), the Honor Roll annually acknowledges colleges and universities for exceptional community service.

    SUNY Oneonta is one of 19 State University of New York campuses named to the Honor Roll, which represents recognition from the highest levels of the federal government of a campus-wide commitment to service and civic engagement. SUNY Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher praised the Honor Roll schools for their commitment to making service a priority.

  • College to Recognize Graduation Candidates

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its 2014 December Candidate Recognition Ceremony on Sunday, Dec. 7, 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.

  • Toke Knudsen Wins Siegfried Award

    Dr. Toke Knudsen, associate professor of Mathematics, Computer Science and Statistics, history has been awarded the 2014 Richard Siegfried Junior Faculty Prize for Academic Excellence. Walker will deliver the 20th annual Richard Siegfried Lecture, “Competing Cosmologies in India,” at 7 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 4, in the Craven Lounge of the Morris Conference Center.

  • Team Wins Award at College Fed Challenge

    A team of economics and business economics students from SUNY Oneonta won an Honorable Mention Award in the 2014 College Fed Challenge, held at the Federal Reserve Bank of New York in November.

    The College Fed Challenge is a team competition for undergraduate college students. Inspired by the working of the Federal Open Market Committee, the competition requires that students work as a team to research and analyze current economic data, develop a forecast and review potential future economic risks, and prepare a presentation and answer questions on a recommendation for monetary policy.

  • Men’s Soccer Headed to 2014 NCAA DIII Final Four

    It appeared from the opening whistle that the SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team was determined to let nothing stand in its way of getting back to the 2014 NCAA Division III national championship weekend. When the final whistle sounded, the Red Dragons overpowered Brandeis, 3-0, to win the sectional championship and, with it, punch their ticket to Kansas City, Mo., in two weeks.

    “Another great game,” said coach Iain Byrne afterward. “Brandeis is a quality team and a classy group of men. It was a physical game and I thought we controlled the tempo of the game.”

  • Red Closet Thrift Shop Opens on Campus

    A new, volunteer-run thrift shop opened Nov. 18 in the basement of SUNY Oneonta’s Netzer Administration Building.

    Conceived out of concern for the responsible reuse of materials and keeping as much consumer product out of the waste stream, the Red Closet Thrift Shop is a concerted effort by an enthusiastic group of SUNY Oneonta students and staff to find homes for quality clothing and household items that would otherwise end up in the landfill.

  • Festival to Support Ebola Relief Efforts

    SUNY Oneonta will hold its third annual Global Movement Festival from 6 to 9 p.m. Monday, Nov. 17, in the Hunt Union Ballroom.

    The festival will benefit Disaster and Emergency Relief Services West Africa (DERSWA), a nonprofit organization co-founded by SUNY Oneonta alumnus Daniel Pneuman. During the first hour of the festival, Pneuman will provide an overview of how the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) became an epidemic across West Africa, and what governments and major international organizations are doing to address it, in a 15-minute talk titled, “The Grassroots Response to the Ebola Epidemic.”