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Sometimes, changing your major really can pay off. In Karl Lange’s case, changing his major to Business Economics paid off in a way he never thought possible. Based on his academic performance and campus engagement, Karl was awarded the Joel Meyerson ’80 Scholarship, a scholarship established for well deserving Business Economics majors.
Dr. Susan Bernardin
Dr. Susan Bernardin understands the importance of getting students out from behind their desks and engaging in professional experiences. If you’re looking for evidence, look no further than the Seneca Falls Dialogues Conference which Dr. Bernardin traveled to with six SUNY Oneonta underclassmen this past academic year.
Coming from Queens, NY, it didn’t take long for Taylor Hogan to find her second home among the hills upon her arrival in 2010. Now in her senior year, Taylor finds herself busier than ever. As a resident advisor in Hulbert Hall, the Business Manager of Alpha Psi Omega (APO, a nationally recognized theatre honor society), a summer on-campus conference assistant, a member of Phi Delti Chi sorority, and admissions tour guide, Taylor champions a sense of community and open-mindedness. Read more
Dr. Sallie Han
Dr. Sallie Han, Associate Professor of Anthropology—and faculty advisor to the Anthropology Club—understands teaching and learning. Thanks to a gift supporting student travel, Dr. Han led a group of her students to the American Anthropological Association Annual Meetings in San Francisco, CA.
It’s not every day you hear about a college freshman taking a day mid-semester to meet with alumni in Manhattan. But for Michaela Arnold, this opportunity became a reality through SUNY Oneonta’s Backpacks to Briefcases program. Primarily reserved for upperclassmen, Backpacks to Briefcases gives 50 SUNY Oneonta students the opportunity to interact with alumni holding high level positions in the Business, Economics, and Accounting industries. Read more