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Six students in Dr. Jeff Heilveil's BIOL 285: NY Stream Biota: Identification and Ecology class spent two weeks of their summer break wading in local streams and rivers and getting up close and personal with insects of the region.
SUNY Oneonta students from two separate disciplines, geology and biology, teamed up this summer and put their skills to the test during an 18-day field trip to the Rocky Mountain region.
After two years of canceled flights and postponed itineraries, SUNY Oneonta students are once again able to travel internationally and take part in life-changing study abroad programs across the world. More than 20 students are studying abroad this summer, with more set to leave in the fall.
Seven SUNY Oneonta students have spent the last month digging into the past and honing skills for the future during the Pine Lake Archaeological Field School, now in its 19th year. A collaborative effort between SUNY Oneonta and Hartwick College, the field school introduces students to the basic methods archaeologists use to identify, excavate, record and interpret archaeological sites.
SUNY Oneonta is ranked No. 114 on the Money Best Colleges in America 2022 list, which recognizes colleges and universities across the country that have a record of helping students graduate and launching graduates into jobs with above-average wages. Schools were ranked based on an analysis of 24 success metrics in three areas: quality, affordability and outcomes.