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Hartwick's first graduating class of Public Health majors.
Members of the eSports Club gathered for the end of the year celebration.
President Drugovich and members of campus community (past and present) came together to honor Michael G. Tannenbaum, Ph.D., Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs and his family upon his pending retirement. Dr. Tannenbaum has served the College for ten years.
Michael G. Tannenbaum, Ph.D., Provost & Vice President for Academic Affairs during his retirement gathering on May 10.
Members of the Class of 2019 gathered for dinner with President Drugovich and Beth Steele at their home- Thornwood.
Seniors reviewed the Matriculation Book with their freshman signatures during dinner at Thornwood.
Commencement Launch has begun. Seniors pick up their cap and gown at the PSGE Center in Golisano Hall.
Antonio Delgado U.S. Congressman for New York's 19th Congressional District visited Hartwick on May 6.
Antonio Delgado U.S. Congressman learned about services offered by Hartwick's Center for Craft Food & Beverage.
Antonio Delgado U.S. Congressman observed Hartwick nursing students during a lab simulation.
Antonio Delgado U.S. Congressman met with students to discuss healthcare, education, and jobs.
New York State Assemblyman John Salka with Paige Restivo '19 during Student Showcase on May 3.
Student Showcase is Hartwick's day-long celebration of student achievement.
Works of senior art students are on exhibit during Student Showcase.
Performances and readings are featured during Student Showcase.
Stephen L. Green American Governance Essay Contest participants with Professor Elder and President Drugovich.
Hartwick Model United Nations students hosted a conference for 5th-7th graders from Laurens and Milford Central Schools on April 24.
Matipa Mutoti '20 and Trevaughn Smith '22 preside over Model UN session.
Jocelyne Coulibaly '22 works with students to write a resolution during Model UN Conference in the Makerspace, Yager Hall.
Theatre Arts major Josie Worley ’19 directed and designed her senior thesis production of “An Act of God,” by David Javerbaum.
Hartwick Outdoor Education students at one of Oneonta's elementary schools with the "Five Finger Contract".
Members of WRHO were at the OH Fest Street Carnival on April 20.
Hartwick Greek organizations raised money for charity during the OH Fest Carnival.
Paul Konye ’22 performed on Main Street during OH Fest.
Hartwick Greek organizations offered tie-dye projects during OH Fest Carnival.
Hartwick students and staff enjoyed OH Fest Main Street Carnival.
Hartwick students, Professor Ficano and Internship Advisor Alison Dodge '05 with Meg Luce'14 on Innovation Link in NYC.
Hartwick students during innovation workshop with Meg Luce '14 at Business Models Inc.
Students idea mapping during innovation workshop.
The Computer Science Club hosted a LAN Party on April 19. Many students in the club are also members of our eSports Club Team.
LAN Party Winners! Thanks to alumni and local sponsors who donated prizes.
Dan Pezzetta '21 recently spoke at Rare on the Road about Young Adult Representatives making change. The event is sponsored by the Everylife Foundation, a rare disease legislation committee that helps bring awareness to rare illnesses in America.
Political Science Honor Society (Pi Sigma Alpha) Induction and Membership dinner took place on April 18.
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.
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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