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Family, friends, faculty and staff celebrated SUNY Oneonta’s Class of 2023 during Fall Commencement on a rainy Sunday, Dec. 10.
This week, SUNY Oneonta showcased the research, service, teaching, creative and scholarly activities of its teachers and staff at the Life of the Mind XIV and Community of Scholars events.
Creation, collaboration and connection: These were the hallmarks of the School of Liberal Arts and Business’ inaugural, month-long Artist-in-Residence program, which came to a close this week.
More than a dozen people with intellectual and/or developmental disabilities either work or volunteer with SUNY Oneonta’s Sodexo/Oneonta Auxiliary Services (OAS) team in on-campus dining facilities through longstanding, mutually beneficial partnerships, which were recognized last month with a state award.
The SUNY Oneonta community came together this week for a full schedule of events and activities in celebration of the trailblazing first-generation students and staff on campus.
Four SUNY Oneonta Fashion and Textiles students placed third in the 2023 Educators for Socially Responsible Apparel Production (ESRAP) Student Merchandising Competition.


Having grown up in a household that valued environmental sustainability, Morgan Whittington came to SUNY Oneonta with one of her two majors already in mind. From camping trips to traveling across the United States visiting national parks, Whittington has been an “advocate for the planet” ever since she was a child.
Clayton Davis arrived at SUNY Oneonta with no art or design classes under his belt from high school. By the end of his junior year, he had taken on SUNY Oneonta as a client and designed 10 new banners that now hang on the exterior of the Fine Arts Center on campus.
Growing up, Fatoumata Ouattara loved sports but didn’t realize that she could make a career out of them. Majoring in Sport Management and Communication at Oneonta, she learned the ins and outs of the industry and gained leadership and event-planning skills with her sorority, club rugby team, and as an RA. As Associate Director of Program, School & Community for Special Olympics New York, she is now sharing her passion and encouraging others to do the same.
Juan Cirilo, a Computer Science major, threw himself into new experiences at SUNY Oneonta, ranging from joining the Mountain Biking Club to landing a part in “Evil Dead: The Musical.”
With a passion for fitness and working with people, Sarah Faulisi transferred to SUNY Oneonta to study Exercise Science and Sport Management.
As a young girl playing the saxophone for her stuffed animals and, later on, studying Music Industry at SUNY Oneonta, Gabi Rose Feliciano never dreamed she would one day be performing in front of 40,000 people alongside the Jonas Brothers.
After transferring to SUNY Oneonta junior year, Graham Wooden changed his major from Biology to Exercise Science to prepare for a career in physical therapy.
Influenced by his teachers in middle school, Jadyn Trujillo came to SUNY Oneonta to study elementary education and become a teacher and positive role model for children during their formative years.
Location, cost and friendship brought longtime sports lover Gianni Johnson to SUNY Oneonta, where he started a side hustle cutting hair and quickly discovered that he could combine his entrepreneurial nature with his passion for athletics by majoring in Sport Management.
It only took one visit for Biology major Courtney Evans to realize SUNY Oneonta was the place for her.
Growing up in Japan, music lover Mimi Oda would listen as her mom watched American television, dreaming of someday living and working in New York City. As a Music Industry major at SUNY Oneonta with two internships under her belt, a rock band of her own, and time logged in the studio and onstage, Mimi is closer than ever to achieving her dream.
From the time senior Vito Giambanco was little, helping out at his family’s pizzeria on Long Island, he has been fascinated with businesses, how they work and how they thrive. As a Business Economics major at SUNY Oneonta, Vito’s passion for business has only grown, because he now knows why things work the way they do.

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