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SUNY Oneonta's Biological Field Station has been awarded a five-year, $2.2-million contract to expand the Catskill Regional Invasive Species Partnership (CRISP) Watershed Steward Program (WSP).
The CRISP WSP aims to halt the spread of aquatic invasive species (AIS) that have the potential to devastate local waterbodies by providing free inspections of watercraft and equipment at boat launches and fishing access sites throughout the greater Catskill region.
The College at Oneonta Foundation is celebrating its 40th year of supporting affordable access to high-quality academic experiences for students at SUNY Oneonta. Since its establishment on March 19, 1982, the Foundation has been committed to raising and administering gifts and grants from SUNY Oneonta alumni, parents, foundations and corporations, faculty, staff, and friends to enhance the academic status of SUNY Oneonta through endowed funds, scholarships and institutional programs.
The SUNY Oneonta community came together this week to show solidarity with the people of Ukraine and share hope for a peaceful and swift resolution of an escalating war that has sent shockwaves around the world since the start of the Russian invasion on Feb. 24.
At the invitation of Assemblywoman Maritza Davila, SUNY Oneonta President Alberto Cardelle discussed issues of access and equity in higher education with the New York State Assembly/Senate Puerto Rican & Hispanic Task Force on Monday, March 7.
SUNY Oneonta’s most ambitious fundraising campaign, Grow. Thrive. Live. The Future of SUNY Oneonta, has surpassed its original $25 million fundraising goal.
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