These calendars are a resource for SUNY Oneonta faculty and staff to plan, share, and take part in scholarly and creative activities across campus. They are intended to promote scholarship and discussion, and to serve as tools to help groups avoid scheduling conflicts.
Instructions for adding events and standing meetings to the calendars are described below.
Creative & Scholarly Events Calendar
Check this calendar for on-campus lectures, the faculty Convivium series, reading series, guest speakers, film screenings, art exhibit openings, research and creative activity showcases, concerts, and more. Professional development opportunities are promoted from the Faculty Center and Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center (TLTC) and can be found at Faculty Opportunities in Campus Connection.
Academic Affairs Standing Meetings
Check this calendar when planning events for faculty and staff so your event does not conflict with the regular meetings of academic departments, committees, schools, etc.
Add your events to these calendars
If your department, unit, or organization is holding a scholarly or creative event that may be of interest to faculty and staff, please email the following information to email@example.com:
- Subject of Email = Event title (please only include the event title in the subject line)
- Event Date and Time
- Department or other sponsor(s)
- Link to Campus Connection event or other registration page (no link needed for standing meetings)
- Event description (optional)
To add the standing meetings of your school, department, or unit to the Academic Affairs Standing Meetings calendar, please email the following information to firstname.lastname@example.org. This calendar is intended to help avoid scheduling conflicts -- make sure your unit checks this calendar before planning events for faculty and staff.
- Subject of Email = Standing Meeting Name (e.g., Anthropology Dept Meeting)
- Dates and times of meetings
How else should events be promoted?
Creative & Scholarly Events should also be posted via Campus Connection under the ‘Scholarly Events’ organization. This provides more visibility for the event (including links to ‘attend’ if virtual).
It is also recommended that events be posted to the Daily Bulletin (submit at least 10 days to two weeks in advance so it is included in the intermittent email blast); link here for instructions on how to submit.