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Assistant Professor Carol Buckhout in her Campus Center at Watts Hall office.
As the College continues to make improvements to campus facilities, one current and large project is the transformation of the first and second floors of Watts Hall into the new Campus Center at Watts Hall. The concept for the new Campus Center is to provide a convenient, one-stop location for a variety of student services.Read more
More than 150 people filled the Morgan Room to hear updates from speakers including U.S. Representative Claudia Tenney and State Assemblyman Bill Magee. During the event both President Chesbrough and Cazenovia Mayor Kurt Wheeler mentioned the close relationship between the College and the Cazenovia community.Read more
Edwin J. Kelley, Jr. and Debra A. Verni have joined the Cazenovia College Board of Trustees. Kelley will serve on the Finance and Investment committees, while Verni will serve on the Academic Affairs and Institutional Advancement committees.Read more
Cazenovia College’s 15th annual Paul J. Schupf Lecture will feature Marisa Shea '11. Shea currently serves California's State Senate as a Counsel to the Senate Judiciary Committee, analyzing and advising on legislation related to child welfare, family law as well as California's courts and judicial system.Read more
CAZ COLLEGE IN THE MEDIA
'The Shopping Shift:' Why ShoppingTown and Great Northern Malls are in trouble (Video)
New exhibit at Cazenovia College art gallery
Cazenovia College hosts National Girls and Women in Sports Day event
WORKING WILDCATS - INTERNSHIP STORIES
Christopher WestbrookManagement: Business Management Major
We interviewed business management major, Christopher Westbrook, about his internship at the Javits Center.
Read about Christopher's internship
WILDCATS ATHLETICS NEWS
Pair of Seniors Reach 1,000 Career Point Milestone
Congratulations to Cazenovia College men’s basketball player Will Thompson and women’s basketball player Kelli Shepardson on reaching and surpassing the 1,000 career point milestone this past month. Thompson became just the 10th player in men’s basketball program history, while Shepardson becomes only the 9th women’s player to score 1,000 career points.Read more
Headlines From the WildcatsWildcats win double overtime thriller over Mustangs
Girard Named NEAC Women's Basketball Player of the Week
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: STUDENTS, FACULTY, STAFF & ALUMNI
My Caz Experience
Keeghan McSweeneyMeet Keeghan McSweeney, Inclusive Elementary Education major from Oswego, New York, and learn how the individualized attention at Cazenovia College has prepared him to lead a classroom.
Tim FoxCommunication Studies Associate Lecturer Tim Fox shares his 35 years of experience in the broadcast industry with students at Cazenovia College.
Antara Mitra, CAPThe College community is impacted by CAP through the numerous Cazenovia College undergraduates who become interns at its facilities. Oftentimes students are asked to be part of the mentoring program.
Bryon McAllisterMcAllister takes care of all the bruises, sprains, and ligament tears, and provides diagnosis and rehabilitation for student-athletes.
MEDIA CENTER - EVENT VIDEOS
- Student Art Exhibition: Chittenango Creek The Hundred Year Flood of 2017
A soul-saving collection of stress-relieving wonders that stimulate the creative imagination, an installation by Studio Art student Valentina Heishman. After the July 1 flood of 2017, the 780 feet of creek frontage revealed a candy store of rock, wood, faces and fossils, bones and gnomes. Heishman's exhibition, "Chittenango Creek: The Hundred Year Flood" is a collection of works made from that rich bed that remains to fuel my creative vocabulary. The exhibition runs through March 1.
Learn more about the exhibit
- Guest Art Exhibition: Meet Me There Meet Me Then
The room filling projection of the video "Meet Me There - Meet Me Then" is made with handmade drawings of watercolor and ink, combined with 3D computer technology. It's subject takes us on a journey through a natural landscape where seasons blur together and imagine parallel worlds of both the micro and macrocosm realms. Recognizable plants become vaguely apparent in this animated world where seasons smoothly transition into one and other. Imagined and created by Hooymans’ artistic mind and hand, the journey is symbolic of a longing for contact with another human being within this pure landscape, while time and a sense of place continues to slip away. The exhibition runs through March 5.
Learn more about the exhibit
UPCOMING EVENTS AT CAZ COLLEGE
15th Annual Paul J. Schupf Lecture
March 7, 2:30 p.m.
McDonald Lecture Hall, Eckel HallView event details
Great Minds / Great Ideas Lecture Series
March 20, 7 p.m.
Cazenovia Public Library
Now You See Them...Joel Sartore's documentation of the Anthropocene Extinction
presented by Anita Welych, professor, art
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The Manlius Library
On-line Mindfulness-based Cognitive Therapy (MBCT): A holistic approach to reduce anxiety, stress, and depression
presented by Dr. Joni Koegel, assistant professor, business management
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Musical Production: Rent
April 6 - 8 and April 13 - 15
Catherine Cummings Theatre
Division of Art & Design regarding Senior Exhibitions
April 1 - 14 | Studio Art & Photography Solo Thesis Exhibitions
April 16 - 27 | Visual Communications Seniors Exhibition
April 28 - May 11 | Interior Design Seniors Exhibition
2018 Business Capstone Gala
April 13, 5 p.m.
Hampton Inn & Suites, Cazenovia, NYView event details
Capstone Cup - Mario Kart Tournament
April 14, 11 a.m.
Schneeweiss Athletic ComplexView event details
45th Annual Cazenovia College Fashion Show
April 21, 6 p.m.
Landmark Theatre, Syracuse, NYView events details
For more upcoming events at Cazenovia College, visit our events calendar.