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Janet Nepkie
Dr. Janet Nepkie
 

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center of the State University of New York College at Oneonta is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Janet Nepkie, Distinguished Service Professor of Music and Music Industry as a Fellow of Copyright Inquiry and Implementation.   Dr. Nepkie created the SUNY Oneonta Music Industry program and is the Coordinator of its internships.  Her instructional responsibilities include courses in Music Business Affairs, Copyright Law and Violoncello.  She earned her Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees at the University of Michigan and her Ph.D. from New York University.

Dr. Nepkie has worked with several national associations.  In 2009, she delivered the keynote speech for the New England Association for Cooperative Education And Field Experience.  She is a member of the Copyright Society of the USA and has served on that organization’s Board of Trustees. In addition to her academic activities, Dr. Nepkie is principal 'cellist of the Glimmerglass Festival Orchestra and the Catskill Symphony Orchestra. Announcement Date: November 1, 2011

             
               
Paul Baumann
Dr. Paul Baumann
           

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center of the State University of New York College at Oneonta is proud to announce the appointment of Mr. Paul R. Baumann, Professor Emeritus, as a Fellow of GIS, Remote Sensing, and Spatial Analysis. Mr. Baumann has been teaching in higher education for more than 40 years. He has published three books and more than 50 peer reviewed articles on remote sensing, Geographic Information Systems and the use of digital technology in geographic education. Among some of his many contributions to SUNY and education are: chair of Geography Department at SUNY Oneonta for 25 years, a National Science Foundation Fellow at the National Aeronautical and Space Administration/Earth Resources Laboratory, a recipient of the National Council for Geographic Education’s Distinguished Teaching Achievement Award, president of the Association of American Geographers’ Middle States Division,  chair of the National Council of Geographic Education’s Remote Sensing Task Force,  and a Strategic User of the Cornell Theory Center’s Supercomputing Facility. Announcement Date: June 1, 2009

             
               
Harry Pence
Dr. Harry Pence

 

 

           

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center of the State University of New York College at Oneonta is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Harry E. Pence as a Fellow of Emerging Technologies. Dr. Pence is a Distinguished Teaching Professor of Chemistry Emeritus and has been teaching in higher education for more than 46 years. Dr. Pence has published and presented widely on various emerging technologies and their impact on education.  Among some of his many contributions to SUNY, Dr. Pence is a founder and past chair of the SUNY Faculty Access to Computing Technologies committee, co-founder of the SUNY Conference on Instructional Technologies,  and long-time member of the SUNY Student Computing Access Program.
Announcement Date: August 1, 2008

             
               
Foster Brown
Dr. Foster Brown

 

 

           

The Teaching, Learning, and Technology Center of the State University of New York College at Oneonta is proud to announce the appointment of Dr. Foster Lloyd Brown as a Fellow of Statistical Analysis. Dr. Brown received his PhD from Cornell University with post-doctoral work at the Imperial College of London University. His principle field was in statistical analysis and measurement for the behavioral sciences. Minor fields were mycology and science education. He joined the psychology department at Oneonta in 1965. His previous position was as a systems analyst at the Cornell University Computer Center. Before becoming enamored with statistical analysis, Dr. Brown taught anatomy, physiology, microbiology, field biology, etc. for a decade.
Announcement Date: May 1, 2004

             
               

The Teaching, Learning and Technology Center at SUNY Oneonta assists faculty with the use of technology in teaching and learning. For more information about these Fellows please contact Mr. James B. Greenberg, Director Teaching, Learning and Technology Center, Milne Library, SUNY College at Oneonta, Oneonta, New York 13820. Email: Jim.Greenberg@oneonta.edu