President's Report | November 2018

President's Report - November 2018

FEATURED STORIES

State of the College


Cazenovia College President Addresses Campus Community at State of the College

President Chesbrough comments on accomplishments, challenges, and the College’s value in serving students.

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November 2018 | Feature Stories


HEOP Speaker’s Professional Journey Demonstrates the Power of Networking

Carlos A. Pimentel, Esq., a music, sports, and film industries professional shared his formula for career success with Cazenovia College students. In his lecture, Pimentel explained how he used networking to open doors, allowing him to enter various entertainment industries.

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Cazenovia College Announces Four New Academic Programs

Cazenovia College is pleased to announce four updates to the curriculum. They include a new Finance Program offering Bachelor of Science and Bachelor of Professional Studies degrees—over a four-year period or a three-year accelerated period; a business management concentration of the Management Program now available as a three-year accelerated course of study; and, an Individual Studies Program offering the Bachelor of Science degree.

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Students Participated in the 76th New York State Communication Association Conference

During the 76th annual conference held by the New York State Communication Association (NYSCA), six students and six professors presented their research. This year's theme, Signs of the Time, directed participants to focus on the changing political environment – a continually growing emphasis in the field of health communication – and the speed and urgency of organizational environments influenced by technology.

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Cazenovia College’s Miniature Horses Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF

Cazenovia College’s Equine Ambassadors Club (EAC) invited local trick-or-treaters to meet the College’s five miniature horses, Winston, Caleb, Ian, Don and Ray, this Halloween. The EAC teamed up with four other campus clubs including the Honors Society, Drama Club, Spilled Ink, and Safe Space at Caz (SPAC) to Trick-or-Treat for UNICEF this Halloween.

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Cazenovia College Announces New Hires

Cazenovia College announces several changes to key administrative positions.

  • Dawn Gilbert-Bolson joins the equestrian team coaching staff
  • Greg Kennedy has been appointed to the position of institutional advancement database manager
  • Lori Mulligan joins the Counseling Center staff as a mental health professional
  • Chelsey Pitcher is the new assistant director of residence life
  • Kate Tressler is newly appointed to the position of assistant director of Project REACH
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SPOTLIGHT

November 2018 Newsletter | Spotlights Row #2

My Caz Experience

Liz Dobson

Liz Dobson

Meet Liz Dobson, Communication Studies major from Billings, Montana, and learn how her Cazenovia College experience has provided her with leadership skills and personal development to be successful after graduation.

Wildcats Spotlight

Hunter Middleton-Tompkins

Hunter Middleton-Tompkins

Meet Hunter Middleton-Tompkins, Fashion Merchandising major from Munnsville, New York, and learn what she enjoys about being a Cazenovia College athlete.

November 2018 Newsletter | Spotlights

My Caz Experience

Breanna Burrows

Breanna Burrows

From the day Breanna Burrows stepped onto the Cazenovia College campus, she knew that she had found the perfect fit to continue her education. She says, "I chose Cazenovia College because of the family atmosphere. I immediately felt at home and like this is where I belonged."

Faculty Spotlight

Megan Lawson-Clark

Megan Lawson-Clark

Meet Megan Lawson-Clark, Fashion Studies Assistant Professor and Fashion Merchandising Program Director at Cazenovia College. Lawson-Clark is dedicated to helping students gain real world experience and networking opportunities.

IN THE MEDIA

WILDCATS ATHLETICS

November 2018 Newsletter | Wildcats

Cazenovia Wildcats

Breeze Makes History; Appears in Sports Illustrated Magazine

Cazenovia College senior forward Michaela Breeze made history by becoming the Wildcats' first student-athlete to appear in Sports Illustrated magazine.

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Four Wildcats Named to NEAC Cross Country All-Conference Team

The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) announced its 2018 Women's Cross Country All-Conference selections, honoring the top 21 finishers in the NEAC Championship race on October 27. Four Wildcats were named to the Cross Country All-Conference Team.

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Cazenovia Places Five on NEAC Women’s Soccer All-Conference Team

The North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) selected its 2018 Women's Soccer All-Conference Team with 33 student-athletes receiving the league's top honors. Cazenovia College placed five women's soccer players on this year's All-Conference team.

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MEDIA CENTER - EVENT VIDEOS

Science Night



Cazenovia College hosted a "Science Night" in the laboratories of Eckel Hall. Students from several academic programs set up stations throughout the building. Children from the local community were able to explore biology, chemistry, psychology, and forensics at hands-on stations in the science labs.


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BioBlitz at Lakeside Park



On Sunday, September 30, our Environmental Biology and Biology students held a "BioBlitz" event for kids of all ages. Families were invited to learn about local fish, amphibians, plants, and invertebrates at Lakeside Park. They participated in various stations as they filled out their BioBlitz Passport. Thank you to our students and faculty for making this a fun afternoon for the community! And thank you to the Village of Cazenovia for allowing us to use Lakeside Park!


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UPCOMING EVENTS AT CAZ COLLEGE