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Jonathan W. Cooper '97, Ph.D., Lead Staff Scientist/Director at the Vcaccine Research Center of NIAID/NIH spoke to chemistry students on April 19.
Professor Howard Lichtman and computer science students during Lego Robotics children's workshop at Huntington Memorial Library, Oneonta, NY on April 18.
Members of Black Student Alliance with Associate Dean and Director of Office of Intercultural Affairs Harry Bradshaw Matthews gathered for dinner on April 16. The group recognized students and staff who supported their programming this year.
Take Back the Night March took place on April 11. The annual rally against sexual assault was done in collaboration with SUNY Oneonta.
Professor Stephanie Rozene invited fellow ceramist Garth Johnson to campus to speak about key figures who shaped modern ceramics. Johnson is Curator of Ceramics at Everson Museum in Syracuse, NY.
On April 12, the College community honored recent recipients of tenure and promotion: Rich Barlow, Art & Art History; Jim Buthman, Political Science; John Dudek, Chemistry; Howard Lichtman, Computer & Information Sciences.
Hartwick students traveled to Orlando, FL with Professor Andy Piefer and presented their research at the Experimental Biology Conference: Maddy Turcotte, Rachael Utegg, Will Furman, Kimberly Streff, Farheen Fatima all class of 2019.
Charles Crow '72, J.D. and Francis Landrey J.D., P'06 during the discussion period of the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture on April 12. Crow presented: Justice, Philanthropy, and Luck: Fighting to Free "The Convicted Innocent".
Charles Crow '72, guest lecturer, talked with students during a luncheon before the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture on April 12.
The College hosted approximately 900 visitors on April 6 for Accepted Student Day 2019.
The College community along with Blue Key and Admissions staff helped families feel welcome and a part of this special place we call Hartwick.
New student teammates meet Swoop on Accepted Student Day.
Women’s club water polo team has done very well this season. The club recently won the CWPA New York Division held at Columbia University.
Criminal justice and sociology students with Dr. Joel Best after his presentation, "Facts, Fake, and Other F-Words: Critical Thinking in Contentious Times" in Anderson Center for the Arts Theatre
Dr. Kristin Jones, Professor of Economics discussed the “E-Hub Experience: Liberal Arts in Action” initiative. President Drugovich introduced the luncheon topic on April 4.
Allison Taft '20, Theatre Arts, spoke to a room full of Rotarians about "The Hartwick College E-Hub Initiative."
Taylor Diepold '19, Biology, speaking at Oneonta Rotary Club meeting.
Greek Life students wearing blue to promote Autism Awareness Month.
"An Evening of One Acts – Part 1” is a show put together by the College’s Play Production class. Performances were on March 20.
Students in the class get the opportunity to pick short plays, then cast, direct, design, and ultimately produce them for the public.
Foreman Gallery Exhibition
Telling Tales: Illustration, Narrative, Communication runs until March 29.
The multi-artist exhibition organized by Professor Richard Barlow and the Department of Art and Art History includes artists: Kip Deeds, Ryan Hurst, Josh MacPhee, Nathan Meltz, Jenny Schmid, Stephen Shaskan, Caitlin Skaalrud.
The Hartwick community gathered with families to honor Dean's List students in Foreman Gallery on March 20.
Leadership Giving Officer Mary King '81 and her husband David Evans ‘78 celebrate with Shanria Jolly '21.
Associate Professor of Mathematics Min Chung with students during Dean's List reception.
President Drugovich congratulates Amber Lawson '19 who was one of six student leaders honored during Hartwick's Women's History Month Recognition Reception on March 21. Other students honored were: Kimberly Bouton '19, Cara Dugan '22, Shanria Jolly '21, Jacqueline Brathwaite '21 and Keri Dugan '22.
President Drugovich congratulates Associate Professor of Theatre Arts Malissa Kano-White who was honored, along with Professor of Biology Mary Allen, as Faculty Recognition Recipient during the Women's History Month reception.
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