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.
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.
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.
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.
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