Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. To celebrate all of those great things happening at Hartwick, the Office of Marketing & Communications presents Snapshots, a gallery of images that capture our community in action. We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for the galleries to email@example.com. Please be sure to include the names of those shown in the pictures when possible, as well as a description of the event. Photos submitted by: Carolina Espinosa '18, Alicia Bates, Alexis Wilde '16, Chris Gondek, Beth Steele, and David Lubell.
Hartwick College students, faculty, and staff know how to keep busy. From lectures and presentations to programs abroad and on-campus events, Oyaron Hill is always buzzing with activity. To celebrate all of those great things happening at Hartwick, the Office of Marketing & Communications presents Snapshots, a gallery of images that capture our community in action.
We encourage students, faculty, and staff to submit their own pictures for the galleries to firstname.lastname@example.org. Please be sure to include the names of those shown in the pictures when possible, as well as a description of the event.
Photos submitted by: Carolina Espinosa '18, Alicia Bates, Alexis Wilde '16, Chris Gondek, Beth Steele, and David Lubell.
Ben Detar '16 swims during one of his two individual victories on November 8 in a 177-108 win over Nazareth. The women's swimming and diving team also defeated the Golden Flyers, 163-119.
Hartwick men's soccer seniors Jhevaughn Beckford, Rio Dhat, Chris Walter, and Mateo Munarriz prior to their final game on Elmore Field on November 8.
Midfielder Jhevaughn Beckford '15 moves around the Howard goalkeeper to score the game-winning goal in the 22nd minute of Hartwick's 5-0 win on November 8. The win helped the Hawks to the top seed in the Sun Belt Conference playoffs
The shadow of the Yager Hall bell tower was worthy of a photograph on November 11.
Visiting Utica College scored a pair of touchdowns early in the third quarter to pull away from Hartwick. November 15 was Senior Day for the Hawks at Wright Stadium.
The Hawks season ended in a game against Utica College on November 15.
Hartwick's men's soccer team won the 2014 Sun Belt Conference Championship, defeating host Georgia Southern 1-0 at Eagle Field in Statesboro, GA. The victory earned the program its first conference championship since the Hawks won the 2005 Atlantic Soccer Conference title. With the win, the team earned the Sun Belt's automatic berth into the 2014 Division I Men's Soccer Tournament. The Hawks played Penn State in the first round of the NCAA Tournament.
Keeper Tom Bucker '16 tries to knock the ball away following a cross in the Sun Belt Championship game. Kit Tregear '16 (far left), Justin Broome '17 (24), Dean Fowler '15 (middle right) and Chris Walter '15 (23) look on.
The victorious Hawks at the final whistle.
Jhevaughn Beckford '15 and Tom Buckner '16 received their Sun Belt All-Conference Awards.
Hartwick head coach John Scott receives the 2014 Sun Belt Conference Men's Soccer Coach of the Year Award prior to the Hawks' semifinal against Appalachian State on November 14.
The Office of Community Involvement & Volunteerism (CIV) staff promote volunteer service opportunities during Hunger Awareness Month.
The Office of Community Involvement & Volunteerism (CIV) staff made PB&J sandwiches to donate to the Salvation Army Food Pantry in Oneonta for Hunger Awareness Month.
Orchesis, Hartwick's student-run dance club, presents least two performances during the academic year. The Fall 2014 performances were held on November 21 and 22 in Slade Theatre, Yager Hall.
Orchesis dancers perform solo routines, duets, and/or group numbers.
Dances are choreographed and performed by students and come in an array of different styles, from hip-hop to salsa to broadway.
Orchesis participants are not limited to performing one dance, they are encouraged to try out for multiple routines.
Orchesis performances are always before a packed house.
Hartwick hosted its fifth annual "Empty Bowls" event - a grassroots movement which aims to help raise awareness of hunger and poverty in local communities - on Friday, November 21 at The Music Circle of Anderson Center for the Arts.
The Student Senate E-Board enjoyed helping President Margaret L. Drugovich P'12 and her partner, Beth Steele P'12, decorate their Christmas tree. Senate leaders join the couple for dinner every month and decorating the tree after their December dinner has become a tradition.
Representing more than 150 years of service to the College, Professor of English Robert Bensen, Professor of Mathematics Gary Stevens, Professor of Mathematics Ronald Brzenk, and Professor of Accounting & Business Administration Thomas Sears gathered in Foreman Gallery before the annual Quinquennial Awards.
Hartwick hosted its 2014 Quinquennial Awards Celebration on Wednesday, December 3 in the Foreman Gallery, Anderson Center for the Arts. The annual event recognizes milestones in faculty and staff service to the College. For the full list of all honorees, visit our news section. Those in attendence to recieve their five year award from President Margaret L. Drugovich included: Resident Artist Barbara Ardan, Facilities & Environmental/Health & Safety Manager Gary Ballard, Adjunct Clinicial Instructor in Nursing Lisa Depperman, Director of Facilities Joesph Mack, Head Men's Basketball Coach Todd McGuinness, Assistant Professor of Political Science Amy Forster Rothbart, Provost & VP for Academic Affairs Michael Tannenbaum, Assistant Professor of Psychology Justin Wellman, and Campus Safety Officer Bernard Wilfeard.
Those honored by President Drugovich for 10 years of service to Hartwick included: Facilities Custodian Victor Umbach, Administrative Assistant to the VP for Enrollment Management Kathleen Traynor, Associate Professor of Geology & Environmental Science David Griffing, Art Department Technical Assistant Adrienne (Annie) Gohde, Technical Director/Lighting Technician Gary Burlew, and Private Lessons Instructor Benjamin Aldridge.
Those honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 15 years of service to Hartwick included: Professor of Geology Eric Johnson, Associate Professor of Religious Studies Lisle Dalton, Professor of Political Science Laurel Elder, Associate Professor of French Mark Wolff, Director of Technology Resource Center Suzanne Gaynor, and Professor of Biology Laura Malloy.
Those honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 20 years of service to Hartwick included: Office Manager for the Music Department Brooke Chilson, Assistant Director of Advancement Services Ann Carman, Associate Director of Communications Stephanie Brunetta, Campus Safety Supervisor David Clapp, Director of Counseling Services Gary Robinson, and Professor of Biology Allen Crooker.
Those honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 25 years of service to Hartwick included: Director of Telecom & Document Management Services Lynnette Hitchcock, Dean of Academic Affairs Kim Noling, and Associate Professor of Accounting Penny Wightman.
Those honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 30 years of service to Hartwick included: Professor of History Peter Wallace and Assistant Professor of English/Writing Center Coordinator Julia Suarez-Hayes.
Professor of Political Science Mary Vanderlaan was honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 35 years of service to Hartwick.
Those honored by President Margaret L. Drugovich for 40 years of service to Hartwick included: Professors of Mathematics Ron Brzenk and Gary Stevens.
President Margaret L. Drugovich presents Associate Director of Athletics Betty Powell with a photograph by Professor of Art, Katharine Kriesher. Powell was honored for 45 years of service to Hartwick.
Director of Perrella Wellness Center Liz Morely, Associate Director of Athletics Betty Powell and Campus Safety Supervisor David Clapp during the Quinquennial Awards.
Associate Director of Athletics Betty Powell is surrounded by friends and colleagues during the Quinquennial Awards.
Quinquennial Awards for honorees with 15 and 20 years of service were designed and created by Resident Artist Erik Halvorson. He discussed the creation of his blown glass pieces during the awards ceremony.
Quinquennial Awards for honorees with 25 through 45 years of service were created by Professor of Art Katharine Kreisher. She discussed her photographs during the awards ceremony.
Ross MacKinnon '15 slides in for a tackle against Penn State's Brett Gravatt during the Hawks' NCAA Tournament game in University, Park, PA on November 20.
The Hartwick men's soccer team was honored for its historic season at halftime of the men's basketball home opener against Eastern Connecticut State on November 21.
Emily Stone '17 scored 22 points on 8-of-9 shooting to help the Hartwick women's basketball team to its first win of the season, 59-30, over RPI on November 23.
Matt Wilson '16 goes up against a pair of Eastern Connecticut State players on November 21. He finished with 10 points and nine rebounds to help the Hawks take down the unbeaten Warriors, 74-71.