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  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

  • 13 students volunteer in New Orleans wetlands

    Students in Nw OrleansThirteen SUNY Oneonta students spent a week in New Orleans for a wetlands restoration service-learning project in the Lower 9th Ward.

    Accompanied by Wendy Lascell, associate professor of geography, and Linda Drake, director of the college’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, the students arrived in New Orleans on Feb. 25 returned March 5. They documented their trip on a Facebook page.

    Working with a nonprofit organization called Common Ground Relief, the students planted grasses and cypress trees in coastal areas imperiled by hurricanes, development and engineering projects that have eroded land and endangered wildlife.

  • Science Discovery Center to Re-Open

    The SUNY Oneonta A.J. Read Science Discovery Center will re-open to the public on March 1, 2017, after extensive renovations and a renewal of its original mission.

    Since its opening by Professor Al Read in 1990, the Science Discovery Center has helped people across the region connect with science through self-discovery and play. The newly renovated center preserves and expands on that mission, which now embraces all the sciences and mathematics. New exhibits such as a functioning telegraph and a set of Cubelet robots will join renovated classics that many in the community will remember, like the acoustic tube that enables one to “hear” the speed of sound.

  • College Recognized by Tree Campus USA

    Tree mapping projectSUNY Oneonta has earned 2016 Tree Campus USA recognition for its commitment to environmental stewardship on campus and in the greater Oneonta community. Tree Campus USA, a national program launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.

    To obtain this distinction, SUNY Oneonta has met the five core standards for sustainable campus forestry required by Tree Campus USA, including establishing a tree advisory committee, creating a campus tree-care plan, dedicating annual expenditures for a campus tree program, holding an Arbor Day observance and sponsoring student community service projects.

  • Two Students Honored at National Conference

    Jillian Young with posterSUNY Oneonta meteorology majors Matt Beitscher and Jillian Young attended the 97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Seattle from Jan. 22–26, 2017. More than 4,400 scientists, educators, students and other professionals from across the weather, water and climate community came together to share, learn and collaborate.

    Young, a senior from Sidney, NY, presented original scientific research conducted as an independent study under the guidance of Jerome Blechman, professor and chair of the Earth & Atmospheric Science Department.

  • Students, Kids Team Up as 'Box Buddies'

    Students and kids look at lettuce plantsSUNY Oneonta and Riverside Elementary School are collaborating on a new cross-disciplinary program aimed at getting children excited about growing their own food.

    With funding from a $3,976 NobleCause grant acquired through SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, Assistant Professor of Biology Sean Robinson built 12 simple vegetable grow boxes and installed them in each of Riverside’s K-5 classrooms in September. 

  • Music Industry Student Wins National Award

    Michael Sanbeg

    SUNY Oneonta senior Michael Sanbeg was one of 60 college students from across the country selected to receive the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation’s prestigious President’s Innovation Award.

    The annual award for outstanding college music students exploring careers in music education, music business and/or music products provided a stipend for Sanbeg to attend The 2017 NAMM Show from Jan. 19-22, 2017, in Anaheim Calif. Award recipients received special badges and were honored at a reception on Jan. 21, where they met NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond.

  • Renovated Physical Science Building Opens

    Anthropology Teaching GallerySUNY Oneonta’s completely renovated Physical Science Building officially opened on Wednesday, Jan. 18, the first day of classes for the spring semester.

    See photos of the renovated building

    “This is a really, really important day for us,” said college President Nancy Kleniewski, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon. “STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is so critical to the future of our society, and this is one of the key places on our campus where STEM happens.”

  • 9 Biology Alumni Co-Author Article in International Journal

    new tapeworm speciesNine SUNY Oneonta alumni have co-authored an article describing five new species of tapeworms in Folia Parasitologica, a peer-reviewed, open-access, international journal covering all branches of animal parasitology.

    The co-authors, all of whom were undergraduate biology majors at SUNY Oneonta, collaborated with Associate Professor of Biology Florian Reyda on the research over a period of six years.

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News Archive

  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

  • 13 students volunteer in New Orleans wetlands

    Students in Nw OrleansThirteen SUNY Oneonta students spent a week in New Orleans for a wetlands restoration service-learning project in the Lower 9th Ward.

    Accompanied by Wendy Lascell, associate professor of geography, and Linda Drake, director of the college’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, the students arrived in New Orleans on Feb. 25 returned March 5. They documented their trip on a Facebook page.

    Working with a nonprofit organization called Common Ground Relief, the students planted grasses and cypress trees in coastal areas imperiled by hurricanes, development and engineering projects that have eroded land and endangered wildlife.

  • Science Discovery Center to Re-Open

    The SUNY Oneonta A.J. Read Science Discovery Center will re-open to the public on March 1, 2017, after extensive renovations and a renewal of its original mission.

    Since its opening by Professor Al Read in 1990, the Science Discovery Center has helped people across the region connect with science through self-discovery and play. The newly renovated center preserves and expands on that mission, which now embraces all the sciences and mathematics. New exhibits such as a functioning telegraph and a set of Cubelet robots will join renovated classics that many in the community will remember, like the acoustic tube that enables one to “hear” the speed of sound.

  • College Recognized by Tree Campus USA

    Tree mapping projectSUNY Oneonta has earned 2016 Tree Campus USA recognition for its commitment to environmental stewardship on campus and in the greater Oneonta community. Tree Campus USA, a national program launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.

    To obtain this distinction, SUNY Oneonta has met the five core standards for sustainable campus forestry required by Tree Campus USA, including establishing a tree advisory committee, creating a campus tree-care plan, dedicating annual expenditures for a campus tree program, holding an Arbor Day observance and sponsoring student community service projects.

  • Two Students Honored at National Conference

    Jillian Young with posterSUNY Oneonta meteorology majors Matt Beitscher and Jillian Young attended the 97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Seattle from Jan. 22–26, 2017. More than 4,400 scientists, educators, students and other professionals from across the weather, water and climate community came together to share, learn and collaborate.

    Young, a senior from Sidney, NY, presented original scientific research conducted as an independent study under the guidance of Jerome Blechman, professor and chair of the Earth & Atmospheric Science Department.

  • Students, Kids Team Up as 'Box Buddies'

    Students and kids look at lettuce plantsSUNY Oneonta and Riverside Elementary School are collaborating on a new cross-disciplinary program aimed at getting children excited about growing their own food.

    With funding from a $3,976 NobleCause grant acquired through SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, Assistant Professor of Biology Sean Robinson built 12 simple vegetable grow boxes and installed them in each of Riverside’s K-5 classrooms in September. 

  • Music Industry Student Wins National Award

    Michael Sanbeg

    SUNY Oneonta senior Michael Sanbeg was one of 60 college students from across the country selected to receive the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation’s prestigious President’s Innovation Award.

    The annual award for outstanding college music students exploring careers in music education, music business and/or music products provided a stipend for Sanbeg to attend The 2017 NAMM Show from Jan. 19-22, 2017, in Anaheim Calif. Award recipients received special badges and were honored at a reception on Jan. 21, where they met NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond.

  • Renovated Physical Science Building Opens

    Anthropology Teaching GallerySUNY Oneonta’s completely renovated Physical Science Building officially opened on Wednesday, Jan. 18, the first day of classes for the spring semester.

    See photos of the renovated building

    “This is a really, really important day for us,” said college President Nancy Kleniewski, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon. “STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is so critical to the future of our society, and this is one of the key places on our campus where STEM happens.”

  • 9 Biology Alumni Co-Author Article in International Journal

    new tapeworm speciesNine SUNY Oneonta alumni have co-authored an article describing five new species of tapeworms in Folia Parasitologica, a peer-reviewed, open-access, international journal covering all branches of animal parasitology.

    The co-authors, all of whom were undergraduate biology majors at SUNY Oneonta, collaborated with Associate Professor of Biology Florian Reyda on the research over a period of six years.

News Archive

  • Register for Academic Exploration Day April 1

    Our 2017 Academic Exploration Day for accepted students includes presentations, campus tours, financial aid counseling, and a student services and club fair. Representatives from academic departments, student services offices, and student clubs and organizations will be available to answer questions.

    Online registration is required. Admitted students will need to log in with their myOneonta username and password to register online. 

    SCHEDULE:

    9:00am Check-in and Campus Tours Begin                  
         Hunt College Union

  • 13 students volunteer in New Orleans wetlands

    Students in Nw OrleansThirteen SUNY Oneonta students spent a week in New Orleans for a wetlands restoration service-learning project in the Lower 9th Ward.

    Accompanied by Wendy Lascell, associate professor of geography, and Linda Drake, director of the college’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, the students arrived in New Orleans on Feb. 25 returned March 5. They documented their trip on a Facebook page.

    Working with a nonprofit organization called Common Ground Relief, the students planted grasses and cypress trees in coastal areas imperiled by hurricanes, development and engineering projects that have eroded land and endangered wildlife.

  • Science Discovery Center to Re-Open

    The SUNY Oneonta A.J. Read Science Discovery Center will re-open to the public on March 1, 2017, after extensive renovations and a renewal of its original mission.

    Since its opening by Professor Al Read in 1990, the Science Discovery Center has helped people across the region connect with science through self-discovery and play. The newly renovated center preserves and expands on that mission, which now embraces all the sciences and mathematics. New exhibits such as a functioning telegraph and a set of Cubelet robots will join renovated classics that many in the community will remember, like the acoustic tube that enables one to “hear” the speed of sound.

  • College Recognized by Tree Campus USA

    Tree mapping projectSUNY Oneonta has earned 2016 Tree Campus USA recognition for its commitment to environmental stewardship on campus and in the greater Oneonta community. Tree Campus USA, a national program launched in 2008 by the Arbor Day Foundation, honors colleges and universities and their leaders for promoting healthy trees and engaging students and staff in the spirit of conservation.

    To obtain this distinction, SUNY Oneonta has met the five core standards for sustainable campus forestry required by Tree Campus USA, including establishing a tree advisory committee, creating a campus tree-care plan, dedicating annual expenditures for a campus tree program, holding an Arbor Day observance and sponsoring student community service projects.

  • Two Students Honored at National Conference

    Jillian Young with posterSUNY Oneonta meteorology majors Matt Beitscher and Jillian Young attended the 97th American Meteorological Society (AMS) Annual Meeting in Seattle from Jan. 22–26, 2017. More than 4,400 scientists, educators, students and other professionals from across the weather, water and climate community came together to share, learn and collaborate.

    Young, a senior from Sidney, NY, presented original scientific research conducted as an independent study under the guidance of Jerome Blechman, professor and chair of the Earth & Atmospheric Science Department.

  • Students, Kids Team Up as 'Box Buddies'

    Students and kids look at lettuce plantsSUNY Oneonta and Riverside Elementary School are collaborating on a new cross-disciplinary program aimed at getting children excited about growing their own food.

    With funding from a $3,976 NobleCause grant acquired through SUNY Oneonta’s Center for Social Responsibility and Community, Assistant Professor of Biology Sean Robinson built 12 simple vegetable grow boxes and installed them in each of Riverside’s K-5 classrooms in September. 

  • Music Industry Student Wins National Award

    Michael Sanbeg

    SUNY Oneonta senior Michael Sanbeg was one of 60 college students from across the country selected to receive the National Association of Music Merchants (NAMM) Foundation’s prestigious President’s Innovation Award.

    The annual award for outstanding college music students exploring careers in music education, music business and/or music products provided a stipend for Sanbeg to attend The 2017 NAMM Show from Jan. 19-22, 2017, in Anaheim Calif. Award recipients received special badges and were honored at a reception on Jan. 21, where they met NAMM President and CEO Joe Lamond.

  • Renovated Physical Science Building Opens

    Anthropology Teaching GallerySUNY Oneonta’s completely renovated Physical Science Building officially opened on Wednesday, Jan. 18, the first day of classes for the spring semester.

    See photos of the renovated building

    “This is a really, really important day for us,” said college President Nancy Kleniewski, during a ribbon-cutting ceremony Wednesday afternoon. “STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) is so critical to the future of our society, and this is one of the key places on our campus where STEM happens.”

  • 9 Biology Alumni Co-Author Article in International Journal

    new tapeworm speciesNine SUNY Oneonta alumni have co-authored an article describing five new species of tapeworms in Folia Parasitologica, a peer-reviewed, open-access, international journal covering all branches of animal parasitology.

    The co-authors, all of whom were undergraduate biology majors at SUNY Oneonta, collaborated with Associate Professor of Biology Florian Reyda on the research over a period of six years.