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The city of Oneonta’s second annual Juneteenth commemoration event on Saturday, June 19, was a colorful celebration of Black and African culture featuring a handful of talented SUNY Oneonta students and alumni who performed and helped organize the festivities.
Associate Professor of Meteorology and Climatology Dr. Melissa Godek received the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching; Director of Campus Activities and Leadership William (Bill) Harcleroad received the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service; and Interim Coordinator of the Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center Chilton Reynolds received the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service. Ed Beck, instructional designer in the Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, has earned a 2021 SUNY Faculty Advisory Council on Teaching & Technology (FACT2) Excellence Award for Instructional Support.
A year ago, Bainbridge, NY, native Bethany Shaw wasn’t particularly invested in the red-backed salamander, a small, hardy woodland creature whose scientific name is Plethodon cinereus. Today, she is the attentive caretaker of 120 of the tiny, reddish brown salamanders, and she even has a favorite.
Oneonta community members are invited to shop for gently-used items donated by SUNY Oneonta students beginning at 9 a.m. Tuesday, May 18, at the ReUse Center, located at 23 Duane St. in Oneonta. 
SUNY Oneonta showed its appreciation Monday, May 10, to all involved in organizing and operating the New York state-run COVID vaccination site on its campus. In recognition of the effort needed to sustain the site, Acting President Dennis Craig presented vaccination site workers with an oversized thank-you card at a gathering this morning on campus.
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