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Summer day view of Hartwick campus from the roof top of Golisano Hall.
Alexis Natalie Roderick '18 and Asher Mendez '18 played an important role in completing a refit and refresh of equipment in the data center. Their part was key to a transition with NO system downtime.
Systems Manager Johnathan Dono created the new data center environment which includes four physical servers and 73 virtual servers. Reducing the overall virtual server count by 59.
A new backup system was installed that will bring up primary applications from an alternate location in the event the data center should become unavailable.
The Yager Museum of Art & Culture is offering a weekly series of craft programs for children.
Summer Crafternoons help youngsters explore their creative sides while being inspired by a gallery setting.
The weekly Crafternoon themes are: June 28 – Flags, July 5 – Artifacts, July 12 – People, July 19 – Travel, July 26 – Friends.
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.
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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