Hartwick College Professor Explores Public Sentiments on Abortion Laws Post-Dobbs Decision

The findings emerged from a survey of 1,356 U.S. adults in September of 2023.

2024 Spring Faculty Lecture Series Kicks off in February

The Science of Knowing What’s One Too Many

Kowalczyk is exploring binge drinking, scientifically defined as four or more drinks in two hours for women, and five or more for men. More specifically, he’s investigating planned vs. unplanned binge drinking.

Undersea Research to Area Youth

Over the summer, Carr continued a deep-sea research project initially undertaken in 2019, when she and one of her undergraduate students were studying the existence of microbes in the deep waters off the coast of Washington State.

Hartwick College Institute of Public Service Officially Launched on National Voter Registration Day

Hartwick College President Darren Reisberg officially launched the Institute of Public Service, a nonpartisan political institute focused on strengthening democracy…

First Augmented Reality Gallery Opens in Oneonta

Hartwick’s Joseph Von Stengel and students work to open Oneonta’s first Augmented Reality Community Art Gallery.

Hartwick’s Tessa Yang Excited to Share a New Writing Experience with Her Students

Barrelhouse Writer Camp in Port Matilda, Pennsylvania focused on the importance of the writing process.

Hartwick’s Sociology Department Wins International Honors

The award will be presented to Hartwick College at the American Sociological Association annual meeting in Philadelphia in August.

Practice Really Does Make Perfect

Making It In Music