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Hartwick Partners with Local Leaders on Economic, Community Initiatives

Hartwick College has joined SUNY Oneonta and over 30 organizations to form a partnership to spur innovative economic and community initiatives in the region.

Global Education Aims To “Bring The World to Hartwick”

Noah Goldblatt, director of Global Education, knows that a Hartwick education goes beyond the Hill.

Miller ’73 to Name Hartwick College Residence Hall in Memory of Wife, Judith Day

Trustee Raymond “Larry” Miller '73 has donated nearly $2 million toward renaming the College’s living-learning apartment community in memory of his wife, Dr. Judith Day.

What's New

Emeritus Professor Anthony Helps Confirm 5,000-Year History of Horseback Riding

Anthony was part of a research team that recently published their findings on the earliest evidence for horseback riding yet found.
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Hartwick College Announces Five New Minors

Hartwick College has announced the addition of five new minors to the College’s academic programs: Game Development, Cybersecurity, Data Analysis, Web Design, Digital Marketing.
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Rozene’s Work Highlights Pots As Intersection of Art, Cuisine, and Health

This past summer, supported by a Hartwick Faculty Research Grant, Rozene worked with Shawn Hansen ’22 and chefs at the Hambidge Center for the Arts in Georgia to recreate prehistoric cooking techniques with clay vessels.
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Playwright Gomez ’26 Wins Theater Award with Piece Reflecting on Climate Issues

The Hartwick English major/theatre minor wrote Vela 225, a 10-minute play, for Hartwick’s annual 24-hour theatre festival. Vela 225 was a finalist for the new Planet Earth prize at the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) in Region 1.
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Hartwick Contingent Hits Political Science Conference in DC

Thanks to FlightPath funding, four students and Professor of Political Science Laurel Elder attended and presented at The National Political Science Honor Society’s Undergraduate Research Conference held at George Washington University from February 17-19.
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For Ocheltree ’24, Another Busy Year

The Honors student is a double major in economics and mathematics. They are also a member of the swimming/diving squad, have been named to the Empire 8 President’s List several times
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From The Wick

Practice Really Does Make Perfect

Equipped with cameras and microphones, senior nursing students virtually directed the care in the simulations, with the professors implementing their instructions.
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Eyes on The sky

Physics Professor Parker Troischt centered his early research on theoretical astrophysics, with a focus on how energy is transmitted around black holes.
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A look at remarkable moments from the inauguration of Hartwick's 11th President, Darren Reisberg

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Alumna Touts TrueBlue Connect

Tara Tilley '22 used TrueBlue Connect to learn from alumni who are working in similar fields.
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“Bridging The Gap” Project Helps First-Generation Students Feel At Home at Hartwick

Working with Heidi Tanner, director of wellness and health promotion, inspired Jadon Demeritte '25 not just to become a Peer Health educator, but to reach out and help other first-generation students.
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Johnson ’23 Featured in Teen Vogue for Political Leadership and Activism

Alice Johnson '23 became the co-founder of the group Students Against Santos, which launched last November just after the mid-term elections.
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Donohue ’04 Merges Shakespearean Themes with Modern Day in Debut Novel

Jennifer Donohue ’04 has published her first novel, Exit Ghost.
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Baker-Simpson’s Caceres ’24 Is Taking Advantage of Opportunities

Samantha Caceres ’24 knows, sometimes finding an internship is all about that personal connection.
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Trustee Mehri ’83, H’01 Featured in New NY Times Podcast

The first episode focuses on watershed moments in race and activism in football, including the development of The Rooney Rule.
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Hartwick Community Kudos

The Empire 8 Conference announced today that President Darren Reisberg has been named to the NCAA Division III Diversity and Inclusion Working Group. He will represent the conference as one of nine non-NCAA staff members in the working group, and the only one from the northeast. Reisberg will serve a four-year term that runs through January 2026.

Founded in 2015, the working group’s charge is “to assess the current diversity and inclusion landscape within Division III, evaluate current initiatives, and propose next steps (e.g., resources, new initiatives, policies, etc.) to the membership.”

Congratulations to Associate Professor of Art Doug Zullo on being accepted into the Council of Independent Colleges’ (CIC) program “Power and Absence: Connecting Renaissance Art to Diverse Audiences.” The seminar, to be held this June at Rhodes College in Memphis, TN, is for “CIC faculty members in art history, the arts, and other disciplines, such as history and English, who incorporate art history in their courses.”

Congratulations to Professor and Chair of Political Science Dr. Laurel Elder, who kicked off the new year with an article running in The Conversation. Titled “Just over 1 in 4 members of Congress in 2023 will be women – at this rate, it will take 118 years until there is gender parity,” the piece draws on research from her most recent book, The Partisan Gap.

Assistant Professor of Business Administration Aaron Stephens rounded out a busy 2022 by having a sixth peer-reviewed study published! “A Comparative Analysis of South Korean and U.S. Firms: Ambidextrous Innovation, Supply Chain Resilience, and Market Performance” was printed in the November issue of Operations and Supply Chain Journal, and authored by Stephens and two other researchers.

And right now, Hartwick faculty are also fanning out across the globe to lead students on nine J Term programs, from Italy to Japan and points in between. On the Ireland program, the group will even be meeting up with some Hartwick alumni! We will keep you posted on their travels via the College’s social media accounts, so be sure to check out the Facebook and Instagram feeds.