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Kyle Bradshaw '20 honored with the Harry Mosher Memorial Award, presented to a senior male student-athlete.
Congratulations to Yury Chernyak '20 on winning the Roy Chipman Memorial Award for male athlete of the year.
Congratulations to Kayley Ericson '22 for earning the M. Beal Banks Award for excellence, dedication, and commitment.
Kayley Ericson '22 playing volleyball
Sydney Gagnon '23 received the Brunhilde I. Klinger Memorial Award as female freshman athlete of the year.
Gina Grauer '20 was honored with the Leroy S. House, Jr. Memorial Award for enthusiasm, dedication, and service.
Gina Grauer '20 playing lacrosse.
Congratulations to Diallo Marshall '23 on winning the Tim O'Brien Memorial Award for outstanding male freshman athlete.
Ryan McLoughlin '20 named the male winner of the M. Beal Banks Award for excellence, dedication, and commitment.
Congratulations to Cassandra Robataille '20, winner of the Margaret Lunn Memorial Award for senior female athlete.
Congratulations to Brooke Singer '21 on winning the Anna M. Meyer Award for female athlete of the year.
The Department of Art and Art History celebrates the opening of our Senior Thesis Exhibition online at www.hartwickart.com. This artwork is by Sofia-Eleni Kerchoula '20.
Artwork by Allyson Quirk '20
Artwork by Diana Bechdol '20
The Senior Thesis Exhibition is the capstone experience for Studio Art majors. This artwork is by Jacqualine Miller '20.
Hartwick community members taking advantage of spring weather on Virtual Wellness Wednesday.
Hartwick community member showing off crazy socks during Virtual Spirit Week.
Blue Key Tour Guide Neiva Fortes '22 was "filmed" as part of a virtual tour for Admitted Student Day in April.
Nursing major Sierra Garcia '21 in the Johnstone Science Center simulation lab being "filmed" as part of a virtual tour for Admitted Student Day in April.
Hartwick Professors Ayer and Rozene with Assistant Curator at the Metropolitan Museum of Art Adrienne Spinozzi '01 (3rd from right). Adrienne offered the crowd an insider's view of the American Wing pottery collection at an alumni event in early March.
The Department of Nursing presented “Simulation in Practice” in the Anderson Theatre for the Spring O’Connor Lecture on March 6.
The O'Connor Spring Lecture presentation included a guest panel who apply simulation to advance their fields. Among the panelists are James Balthazar, ATF Supervisory Special Agent and Branch Chief; Dr Zhongxia Hu, Clinical Assistant Professor in Interventional Radiology at SUNY Upstate; and Kathryn Smith, lecturer for Hartwick College’s SCIE 150 Applied Theater in Healthcare course.
Hartwick Hawks are always engaged.
During this time of remote living, learning and working, we still want
Snapshots to be the gallery that captures our community in action. Doing what we do best across the miles.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for
Snapshots 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.
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