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Trustee Steven Epstein, Esq., P'18, a nationally recognized trial attorney, spoke with pre-law students about the importance of storytelling in the courtroom. The event was sponsored by the Pre-Law Program.
Steven Epstein, Esq., P'18 with Pre-Law Program students.
Alison Dodge '05, Assistant Director of Career Services presented how to build your profile and brand on LinkedIn to Professor Onorato's Psychology Senior Capstone class on Februrary 18.
Harry Bradshaw Matthews facilitates the community dinner discussion on the topic: "Mental Health of Black Students at Predominantly White Colleges" on February 18.
Assistant Directors of Admissions Shaina Poppo '17 and Marcus Hudson '18 welcome Hartwick Overnight Program accepted students in Bresee Hall. The HOP program runs through select dates in March.
Douglass Day, an international transcribe-a-thon that celebrates the life and birthday of Frederick Douglass, included Writing Center students transcribing the papers of Julia Anna Cooper, a visionary Black feminist.
Margaret L. Drugovich and other New York State Independent College Presidents and Government Relations Officers met with NYS Senator Charles Schumer in his offices in Washington, D.C.
Students of the J Term Lego Robotics computer science course demonstrated their robots during the 12th Annual Lego Robotics Showcase on January 24.
Devin and Kevin White of Aramark Food Services greet students, faculty and staff at the annual Tailgate Lunch in the Commons on January 30.
Staff enjoy the annual Tailgate Lunch.
Professor Emeritus of English, Thomas Travisano will discuss his book "Love Unknown: The Life and Words of Elizabeth Bishop" on January 25 at 2 p.m. at Foothills Performing Arts and Civic Center at 24 Market St. in Oneonta.
Hartwick student consultants presented their Social Media Marketing Plan for client Dandelion Stage as part of J Term 2020 Social Media Marketing Business Course.
Hartwick student consultants presented their Social Media Marketing Plan for client Vara Safety.
Cilina Jagrup '20 worked to bring a series of Mental Health Workshops to the campus community during J Term. Students faculty and staff enjoyed good company and de-stressing activities before Mike Rosen spoke about pop culture and mental illness.
The International Club sponsored an International Sweets Bar of: churros, brigadeiro, shortbread, and baklava on January 17.
Hawk Newsome visited campus on January 17 and spoke to students, faculty, and staff, about his work as founder of Black Lives Matter of Greater NY.
Golisano Parking Lot became a skating rink on January 17.
Hartwick students in Ireland during the J Term 2020 course: Irish Society & Culture.
Hartwick students in London museum during the J Term 2020 course: Theatre in England.
Following Dr. Caitlin Jewitt's presentation of the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture, students gathered to watch the Democratic Presidential candidates debate.
Dr. Caitlin Jewitt '06 presents "Primary Rules and the 2020 Presidential Nomination".
A stimulating discussion took place during the Q&A session following Dr. Jewitt's presentation.
Dr. Cailtin Jewitt '06 visited Dr. Laurel Elder's political science class to speak about the 2020 Presidential Nomination Process before delivering the Leslie G. Rude Memorial Lecture on the evening of January 14.
Dr. Caitlin Jewitt '06 with Dr. Laurel Elder, professor of political science, during luncheon with students, faculty and staff.
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