Baker-Simpson’s Caceres ’24 Is Taking Advantage of Opportunities

Samantha Caceres ’24 knows, sometimes finding an internship is all about that personal connection.

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.

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.

Alumni Mentors: More Success Stories

Meet Myla Dobson ’22, a political science major, working as a project manager for Lumino Digital Consulting in Denver. Myla is another great example of the power of the Hartwick alumni network.

Alumni Mentors: A Success Story

January is “Mentorship Month,” so we wanted to highlight a recent example of the College’s alumni network mentoring a student to success in finding their first job.

Ramos-Maya ’24 First Hawk to Win Gilman-McCain Scholarship

Gianny Ramos-Maya ’24 didn’t think she’d ever have the chance to study abroad. “I’ve always wanted to go to Africa,” she said. “But it’s expensive. I never thought I’d be able to afford it.”

Escobar ’24 Earns Top Poetry Prize, Will Present at National Convention

Sofia Escobar ’24 recently became the first Hartwick student to win the Eleanor B. North Poetry Award from International English Honor Society Sigma Tau Delta.

Students Take Advantage of Politically Focused Activities

Following a successful voter registration drive that saw 146 students register to vote in Oneonta, the Office of Civic Engagement sponsored vans that drove students – and one Guiding Eyes for the Blind dog – to the polls.

Physics Students, Spectators Get Lift from Outside Labwork

Dr. Kevin Schultz, Physics department chair, brought back his annual Principles of Physics lab, which involves students launching air-pumped rockets across the field.

Faculty Lecture Looks at Multicultural Identity in Youth

Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice Dr. Cheryl L. Johnson analyzes the critical issues of culture, adoption, and a sense of belonging that affect the growth and development of a subset of multiethnic children.