The inspiring and entertaining speech given by Emmy Award-winning ESPN national correspondent Sal Paolantonio ’77 at Student Research & Creativity Day is now available on You Tube. Watch video
Children’s author James Preller '83 will be the keynote speaker for SUNY Oneonta’s third annual New Critics: Undergraduate Literature and Composition Conference on Saturday, April 21
ONEONTA — SUNY Oneonta’s student-run radio station is celebrating its 50th anniversary by bringing back alumni DJs this weekend.
From today until Sunday, more than 150 WONY alumni will be at their alma mater to celebrate the occasion, with many manning the DJ booth at 90.9 FM.
Former SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer player Ralph Perez ’73 has been awarded the 2012 Walt Chyzowych Memorial Fund Lifetime Achievement Award. The award is given in conjunction with the NSCAA Foundation, the philanthropic arm of the National Soccer Coaches Association of America. Perez is currently the head men’s soccer coach at the University of Redlands in California. The Walt Chyzowych Award is given annually to recognize and give thanks for a person’s lifetime of dedication to preserving the spirit of the game of soccer, advancing its level of play and promoting its growth and development among youth and adults nationwide.
ONEONTA -- SUNY Oneonta's record of community service was recognized for the sixth year in a row. The college was recently named to the President's Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. The recognition program is administered by the Corporation for National and Community Service and has been active since 2006.
Local student prepares for N. Korea trip
By Mark Boshnack
Staff Writer-Daily Star
A passion for traveling and exploring the globe will soon take a State University College at Oneonta junior to a country often in the news, but not a popular tourist spot.
Shawn Dacey talked about his upcoming trip to North Korea on Friday. It is part of a journey he has been planning for about a year, which will include stops in China and South Korea.
Dacey, 21, a geography and social studies education major who graduated from Delhi Central School in 2009, said his love of cartography and geography dates back to when he was 4. That is when his parents bought the Encarta 95 digital encyclopedia for the family computer. He enjoyed looking at the pictures of all the different countries and using the maps, he said.
Women's basketball halted in opening round of NCAA Red Dragons defeated by King's 56-42
The Oneonta State women's basketball teams NCAA run came to a halt tonight as they fell to host King's College 56-42 in the opening round. This was the Red Dragons first trip to the NCAA tournament since 2001 after winning the SUNYAC championship. Oneonta finishes its season with an overall record of 19-9.
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SUNY Oneonta students, staff and alumni were key ingredients in The Daily Star’s 52nd annual Cook-off and Recipe Contest held Saturday, Feb. 25, at My Kitchen in Mills Hall.
Oneonta State's women are in, but Hartwick College is on the waiting list. Samantha Szkotak scored a game-high 20 points and Madison Slagle had a double-double Saturday, when third-seeded Oneonta State knocked off top-seeded host Buffalo State, 50-41, in the SUNY Athletic Conference Tournament women's basketball championship game. In winning the conference's tournament title, the Red Dragons (19-8) earned an automatic berth to the NCAA Division III Tournament for the first time since 2001.
SUNY Oneonta Named to Kiplinger’s Top 100
The SUNY Oneonta men’s soccer team’s magical run through the NCAA Division III tournament was halted Friday, Dec. 2, by the Calvin College Knights in the national semifinals, 4-2, ending Oneonta’s best season in nearly 40 years. The Red Dragons finished the season with a final record of 18-3-2, with the 18 wins being a single-season record. Read the full story .here
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Alumnus Randall Wilson (BS 2006, MA 2010), James Ebert, Earth and Atmospheric Sciences and Damon Matteson (Network Operations and BS 1996, MA, 2004) led a field trip for the 83rd Annual Meeting of the New York State Geological Association held in Syracuse, October 14-16, 2011. Their accompanying peer-reviewed paper The Green Vedder Member – A Highstand Systems Tract in the “peritidal” Manlius Formation was published in the Field Trip Guidebook for the meeting.
A fundraiser will be held on Saturday, December 3, 2011 for the Michael J. Mullin ('97) scholarship fund. Details are listed below, or you can find out more information on Facebook by clicking here
Date: Saturday 12/3/2011
Address: 1215 1st Ave, NY, NY
October 1, 2011, Facebook® will be changing its support requirements for Connect. If you are currently using Connect on your Alumni profile, please review the upcoming changes by clicking here.
ONEONTA, N.Y. -- Newsweek magazine has named SUNY Oneonta one of the best colleges in the nation for artistic students. In its 2011 “Best Colleges for You” feature published earlier this week, Newsweek ranks SUNY Oneonta #7 on a list that also includes NYU, Berklee College of Music in Boston, USC and the California University of the Arts.
SUNY Oneonta has joined an elite group of institutions by earning initial accreditation of its business degree programs from AACSB International—The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Fewer than one in 20 schools of business worldwide have earned this widely sought hallmark of excellence in management education. To read the full article, click here.
Chris Schuler, the head coach of the men's and women's swimming and diving teams at SUNY Oneonta, will contribute to the fight against cancer again this year doing what she does best—swimming. On August 13, Schuler will participate in a 5K swim at Morgan Park in Glen Cove, New York, as part of the nationwide "Swim Across America" initiative, which helps to raise money for cancer research and treatment through swimming-related events. This year, several SUNY Oneonta alumni swimmers have joined her team...To read full story click here.
Alumnus and NASA Flight Engineer Ron Garan donned his "ONEONTA STATE RED DRAGONS" for his June 17 conversation with local students.