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This fall, we founded five schools and welcomed three new deans as part of an academic restructuring that is critically important to our work in advancing teaching, learning and scholarship at SUNY Oneonta.
Our reorganization from two large academic divisions to five schools will support our mission to create a student-centered learning community by fostering a stronger sense of identity among related academic departments and pro moting greater collaboration across academic disciplines.
Teaching, Learning and Scholarship is at the center of SUNY Oneonta's Strategic Plan 2010–15, which also includes aspirational goals related to Student Engagement, Global Connectedness, Community Partnership, Sustainability and Diversity.
Our collective commitment to these goals has become evident in all that we do. From exploring themes of equity, inclusion and personal history through our common read, to sharing their curiosity about distant galaxies with local schoolchildren, our faculty, students and staff are engaging every day in activities rooted in our values. I'm proud to share a sample of these stories.
Freshman Mike Barr admires sunrise over
the Hudson Valley during the GeoFyrst class trip