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Join fellow SUNY Oneonta alumni for an event
co-hosted by Dr. Jim Ebert and Dr. Jay Fleisher during
the Geological Society of America (GSA) annual
meeting and exposition in Denver, CO on Monday,
September 26 from 6:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. at the Hyatt
Regency Denver in room Granite B.
The event will be open to all SUNY Oneonta geology,
water resources, earth science, meteorology,
adolescence education earth science, and secondary
education earth science alumni who are attending the
conference or live in the Denver area. We hope you
will join us for this reunion and networking opportunity.
When: Monday, September 26, 2016
6:30.- 9:30 p.m.
Where: The Hyatt Regency Denver
room Granite B
Cost: $10 per person
Register at www.oneontaalumni.com/geo16 by
September 21. You can also contact the
Office of Alumni Engagement at 607-436-2526.
Sponsored by the SUNY Oneonta Alumni Association
with financial support from The Fund for Oneonta
Are you interested in participating in a unique learning environment? Then please join us for GEOFYRST! The next GEOFYRST field trip will be held in August of 2017.
GEOFYRST is a 6-day field experience before the start of classses in August and is open to incoming freshman and transfer students. You just need to register for a special section of GEOL 120 and fill out an application to participate. Click here for our GEOFYRST page.
The 2014 Alumni Newsletter is here! Please enjoy reading about alumni, current students, and other department news.
Congratulations goes to Terry Quinn (Class of 1982), Don Berchoff (Class of 1984), and Malcolm Field (Class of 1981)! They were honored at the SUNY Alumni of Distinction ceremony held on September 5, 2014 at Hunt Union. Please see the 2014 Alumni Newsletter for more information!
Heather McArdle (Class of 1993) and an ESOP teacher has been awarded the 2014 American Association of Petroleum Geologists (AAPG) Foundation's Teacher of the Year. Congratulations Heather! It's wonderful news to see one of our own achieve this award. Click here to read about Heather's achievement.
"Whether you may be a geology major or not, GEOFYRST is such an incredible and valuable experience. I was able to develop relationships with new students, as well as professors, that still continue today. Getting the chance to go out in the field is like no other. It is a great advantage to have the hands-on practice that can be brought back into the classroom. Overall, GEOFYRST is an unforgettable trip that is a great transition into the department and college."