Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. To celebrate all of those great things happening at Hartwick, the Office of Marketing & Communications presents Snapshots, a gallery of images that capture our community in action. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for the galleries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include the names of those shown in the pictures when possible, as well as a description of the event.
Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. To celebrate all of those great things happening at Hartwick, the Office of Marketing & Communications presents Snapshots, a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for the galleries to email@example.com. Please be sure to include the names of those shown in the pictures when possible, as well as a description of the event.
Thirty-nine seniors received the Volunteerism Award, which was presented by Erica Lillo '16, the CIV Coordinator elect. To receive this honor, each student put in at least 200 hours of community service during their time at Hartwick.
Students who made exceptional contributions to various aspects of campus life received recognition at the annual Student Leadersip Awards on April 30.
Phi Sigma Phi received the Chapter of the Year award. The award was presented by Paul Habernig, assistant director of campus activities.
Fifteen Greek Life-affiliated students were recognized with the Order of the Omega award.
Senior Samantha Salvatore received the award for the Challenge Education Staff Member of the Year. The award was presented by Erin Toal, right, interim director of Pine Lake Environmental Campus.
Joanna Hirch '15 was awarded the Vice President for Student Affairs Exceptional Student Engagement Award, presented by Dr. Meg Nowack, vice president for student affairs.
Nancy Glass, Ph.D., MPH, RN, FAAN, professor and associate dean for research at Johns Hopkins School of Nursing presented the Rasmussen President's Lecture titled: "Protection of Women's Human Rights: Innovative Global Programs" on April 27 in the Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre.
Students, faculty, staff and community members gathered in Anderson Threatre to hear Dr. Nancy Glass speak.
Dr. Glass engaged the audience during the panel portion of the Rasmussen President's Lecture program. Rasmussen speakers are noted for their knowledge and understanding of a selected topic to be presented to the Hartwick community. A panel of respondents complements the lecture through the presentation of a diversity of perspectives, accompanied by robust and civil debate to encourage audience members to think deeply about the chosen subject.
The prestigious Teacher-Scholar Award was presented to Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Geology Dr. Zsuzanna Balogh-Brunstad by Provost and VP for Academic Affairs Dr. Michael Tannenbaum duirng Honors Convocation on May 7.
The John Christopher Hartwick Scholarship distinction - since 1967 the highest honor the College can confer upon a student - is based on academic achievement, leadership, and character. The 2015 JCH Scholars were recognized by Provost and VP for Academic Affairs Tannenbaum during Honors Convocation on May 7: Cosima Compton '16, Honour Harlowe '16, Tiffany Metty '16, Mackenzie Stahler '16, Megan Van der Horst '16, and Calvin Yeager '16.
Professor of History Dr. Edythe Ann Quinn was honored with the Margaret Brigham Bunn Award during Honors Convocation. Provost and VP for Academic Affairs Tannenbaum presented the honor.
The 2015 Andrew B. Saxton Fellows with Provost and VP for Academic Affairs Tannenbaum during Honors Convocation.
Honors Convocation was held in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center on May 7.
Associate Professor of Philosophy J. Jeremy Wisnewski was honored as a Wandersee Scholar-In-Residence during 2015 Honors Convocation.
Hartwick students during Honors Convocation.
The 8th Annual Student Showcase, Hartwick's day-long celebration of student achievement, was held on May 8. Nearly 300 students present their work in oral presentations, panel discussions, table top presentations, poster sessions, performances, exhibitions, and readings.
Students discuss their art work exhibited in the Foreman Gallery during Student Showcase.
Hartwick students discuss their research projects during Student Showcase poster sessions.
Table top presentations during Student Showcase allow students to demonstrate their creative work in an interactive way.
Students present their own research and that conducted in collaboration with Hartwick faculty during the Student Showcase.
Freedman Prize winners with Dr. Allen Freedman H'00, Judy Brick Freedman H'13, and President Drugovich upon recognition of their superior student-faculty collaborative research and creative projects. Students were honored during the 8th Annual Student Showcase on May 8.
Professor of Nursing Dr. Jeanne-Marie E. Havener presents each graduate with his/her nursing pin.
Family and friends gathered in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center for the Nursing Class of 2015 Pinning Ceremony.
Candace Jeffres '77 was presented with the Distinguished Nursing Alumna Award by Professor Emerita Sharon D. Dettenrieder '65 during the Nursing Class of 2015 Pinning Ceremony.
Hartwick nursing graduates recite the International Nursing Pledge during their pinning ceremony in Lambros Arena, Binder Physical Education Center.
Members of the Hartwick College Nursing Class of 2015.
Hartwick graduates entering Baccalaureate at Foothills Performing Arts & Civic Center.
Members of the Class of 2015 during Baccalaureate.
Paul Patinka '15 performed Giants in the Sky from Into the Woods by Stephen Sondheim during Baccalaureate.
Associate Professor of Art & Art History Dr. Douglas Zullo gave the faculty presentation during Baccalaureate at Foothills Performing Arts & Civic Center.
The Class of 2015 shared a ceremonial toast with members of the Alumni Association and President Drugovich following Baccalaureate.
Graduates of the Class of 2015 gathered in Lambros Arena before the ceremony procession to Elmore Field begins.
President Drugovich calls the community to begin the 84th Commencement Ceremony.
President Drugovich presented Stephen L. Green '59, PM '05, H'15, honorary degreey recipient, to the Class of 2015 and their guests.
Graduates ring their commemorative bells, gifts of the Alumni Association, during their induction into the association.
The Broome County Celtic Pipes & Drums lead the recessional at the end of the 2015 Commencement Ceremony.
Graduates and their families gathered on Elmore Field for hugs of congratulation and photographs of celebration following the 2015 Commencement Ceremony.