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For the third year in a row, the higher education guide Colleges of Distinction has recognized SUNY Oneonta for its academic excellence, focus on undergraduate teaching, innovative learning experiences, opportunities for personal development, and career and graduate school preparation.
SUNY Oneonta graduate student Alexandra Vlk’s has an important mission – to learn all she can about the endangered wood turtle in Oneonta and protect it for future generations.

To do this, the 29-year-old Virginia native has spent almost every day since May wading through streams and maneuvering through thick brush, sometimes covered in flies, at her field site – a certain protected natural area in Oneonta – to study population sustainability of the turtle.
Children and families from Oneonta and the surrounding area are invited to the SUNY Oneonta campus to participate in back-to-back Halloween events on Friday, Oct. 27.
Accomplished ecologist Dr. David Inouye will deliver SUNY Oneonta’s 18th annual Cornell-Gladstone-Hanlon-Kaufmann Lecture on Environmental Education and Communication on Wednesday, Oct. 25. He will present “The Effects of Climate Change on Wildflowers and Animals in the Colorado Rocky Mountains” at 7 p.m. in the Hunt Union Ballroom.
At SUNY Oneonta’s AJ Read Science Discovery Center, fall means extended hours of operation and an expanded schedule of family-friendly activities.