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New applied learning programs at SUNY Oneonta are giving students real-world experience in board rooms and beyond, illustrating the university’s emphasis on hands-on learning and commitment to community partnerships.
SUNY Oneonta has joined an inaugural group of 26 colleges and universities pledging Federal Work Study (FWS) funds to help K-12 schools close achievement gaps heightened by the COVID-19 pandemic, answering a call from the U.S. Department of Education to increase the number of college students employed as tutors, mentors, success coaches and in other roles that support school-aged children.
Bloomberg Philanthropies has recognized SUNY Oneonta as an American Talent Initiative (ATI) High-Flier, a group of 28 high-graduation-rate institutions that are national leaders in college access and success for lower-income students. SUNY Oneonta received the distinction for its high Pell share, and innovative recruitment, enrollment and retention practices.
Generous new grants from The Clark Foundation will allow researchers at SUNY Oneonta’s Biological Field Station (BFS) in Cooperstown to continue to monitor and study the presence of harmful algal blooms (HABs) on Otsego Lake, just in time for the summer season.
Approximately 25 tons of gently used items donated by SUNY Oneonta students were saved from the waste stream and given new life this week, thanks to the annual Move-Out Donation and Reuse Collection program, a partnership with The Arc Otsego.