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Retiring Professors were honored during a community celebration on May 22: David Anthony, Peter Wallace, Edie Quinn, Stephen Kolenda, and Charlie Scheim. Professors Robert Titus, Penny Wightman, and Gary Herion were not able to attend. All eight faculty honorees have provided 246 years of service to the College.
The Class of 2018 processed into the Commencement tent on Oyaron Hill on May 19.
President Drugovich rings the bell to begin Hartwick's 87th Commencement.
Rachel Griffing '18, Student Senate President offered greetings during the Commencement ceremony.
Aslyn Avila '18 was named recipient of the Abraham L. Kellogg Oratorical Prize.
Professor of Education Dr. Elizabeth Bloom was the recipient of the 2018 Bunn Award for Outstanding Teaching.
Dr. Linda Reckhow Thomson '72 was awarded the President's Award for Liberal Arts in Practice.
Virginia Elwell '77 received an honorary degree during Commencement.
Robert Hanft '69 received an honorary degree during Commencement.
Dr. Nadya T. Zhexembayeva '01 was Commencement Speaker for the Class of 2018.
Colonel Michael C. Doherty '73, Alumni Association Board of Directors Vice President presided over the Alumni Association induction.
Class of 2018 during ceremonial ringing of their replica Hartwick Bell, a gift from the alumni association.
President Drugovich with art and art history graduates on the eve of Commencement.
Graduates and families gathered on Founders' Way for Senior Send Off event on May 18.
Class of 2018 Senior Send Off event along Founders' Way
Nursing Class of 2018 following pinning ceremony on May 18.
President Margaret L. Drugovich and Beth Steele welcome seniors to Thornwood for their Farewell Celebration on May 17.
Seniors review their signatures in the Matriculation Book from 2014 during the class Farewell Celebration at Thornwood.
President Margaret L. Drugovich welcomes students at Thornwood.
President Margaret L. Drugovich with students during the class Farewell Celebration at Thornwood.
Nursing Class of 2018 scrubs hang over the entrance to Johnstone Science Center.
Members of the first Peace Corps Prep-Course recieved their certificates of completion.
Coach Anna Meyer and Ryan Ceresola, Assistant Professor Sociology during the Annual Athletic Awards Ceremony.
Kevin Townes, basketball, was named O'Brien Mem. Outstanding Freshman; Townes was the D3hoops.com East Region and Empire 8 Conference Rookie of the Year.
Courtney Velho, soccer, was named Outstanding Freshman; Velho was the Co-Rookie of the Year in the Empire 8 Conference.
Eric Schweitzer, lacrosse, was named Chipman Male Athlete of the Year; Schweitzer was an Empire 8 First Team pick for the second straight season.
Zsofia Polak, water polo, was named Anna M. Meyer Female Athlete of the Year; Polak earns the award for the third straight year. She was named the CWPA Player of the Year this season.
Students, faculty, and staff enjoyed the annual Last Day of Class Bash on Frisbee Field on May 11.
Finals week "officially" kicked off with the annual "Breakfast of Champions." Students took to The Commons to get their fill of scrambled eggs, hash browns, sausage...and coffee. All served by faculty and staff.
Aramark Food Services staff prepared for the annual Breakfast of Champions.
Exploring Your Path to Leadership Workshop was held on Monday April 30th in the Shineman Chapel House Celebration Room. A panel of community leaders and Hartwick alumni discussed their experiences.
Students participated in activities to develop their leadership skills during the recent Exploring Your Path to Leadership Workshop.
Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. Snapshots is a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for
Snapshots 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.
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