Utica College welcomes more than 680 freshmen and 200 transfer students this fall
Paul MacArthur, professor of public relations and journalism at Utica College, studies how factors like gender, race, and nationality influence media's coverage for new book.
PR/J Professor Paul MacArthur and colleagues around the country analyze Olympic coverage for gender disparity.
Imagine looking at a piece of modern art. You don’t feel strongly about it until you learn that the artist who created the piece has an exceptionally creative brain—you’re even presented with neuroimagery of the artist’s brain to prove it. Do you feel differently about the piece? Do you appreciate it more?
That was the scenario posed by psychology student Dylan Crawford, who set out to determine the influence of brain images on people’s perception of creativity, even when those images are fabricated.
Spend 18 years as a college president, and you’re bound to wear many hats. But to give each role your undivided attention, energy, and careful thought; to make each person you speak with on a daily basis feel special, understood, and valued: It’s a seemingly impossible task that President Todd Hutton managed to accomplish in spades—and for nearly two decades.
Todd Hutton once dreamed of becoming a dentist. As a young man, he favored long hair, sandals, and “garish green” neckties. He twice disguised himself as a member of UC’s football team and made it all the way through practice without being discovered. This summer, he’s planning to jump out of a plane.
Revelations like these were many in our candid—and sometimes emotional—conversation with President Todd Hutton. Reflecting on the past 18 years, Hutton opened up about his unlikely path to the presidency and the place he’ll “always call home.”
Live Tweets, Blog Posts Give UC Community and Beyond The Play-By-Play of National Politics
In researching Italian immigration in Frankfort, NY, Michael Belmont '16 discovered the untold stories in his own family history.
UC theatre majors to simulate patients
On June 21, students from Kernan Elementary School lined up, eager to receive bags of books to take back to their class from Kathleen Cullen, assistant professor of education at Utica College and current Read Again project manager.
Common Grounds café in Gannett Library now offers snacks and beverages from two local favorites: Utica Coffee Roasting Company and Holland Farms.
The number of non-violent crimes committed for financial gain is growing rapidly ... and so are the jobs that are needed to prevent, investigate and prosecute them.
Neighborhoods in Utica have some of the highest rates of lead poisoning in the state. Lana Nitti ’17 is working to raise awareness in a way that involves—and inspires—local kids.
Since 2005, Utica College's collaboration with the Albanian film school has helped raise awareness for victims of human rights violations worldwide.
Before he was Utica College's most prolific president, Todd S. Hutton was a candidate for a challenging job at an institution in need of an identity. Members of the 1998 Presidential Search Committee recall their first impressions of the "energetic man from Oregon" who became UC's leader.
John Johnsen, provost of Utica College, has announced the High Honors and Deans Honor lists
Industry leaders advise UC about where the field is headed
Thanks to grant from The Women's Fund, Young Scholars offered special program for young women in 7th, 8th, 9th grades
Young Scholars offers STEM Program for 7th, 8th and 9th grade girls; program taught by former Young Scholar
Ceremonies to take place May 7, 8
Chris Riddle, director of the Applied Ethics Institute at Utica College, has been awarded a prestigious research fellowship in Europe this summer
With more 50 submissions and 70 student participants, this year’s Student Research Day was the biggest yet, and highlighted research in topics ranging from brain imagery to British literature.
More than 100 local cybersecurity and computer science students gather at Utica College to test their skills, network with employers at the CNY Hackathon.
On Friday, April 22, Utica College hosted the “Education Celebration” ceremony honoring students and aspiring educators.
Donnelly to read from her book, "Watershed"
More than 100 students from 8 area colleges to participate
Congressman Richard Hanna to give keynote
John Johnsen, Utica College provost and vice president for academic affairs, has named Rose Zaloom as the class of 2016 valedictorian and Matthew Rogers as the class of 2016 salutatorian.
Grant from the Rosamond G. Childs Fund of The Community Foundation of Herkimer and Oneida Counties, Inc., supports the move of UC's business programs to downtown Utica
Insiders give detailed look Bernie Sanders' campaign
Thi year's "bigger and better" Relay For Life will be held in the Todd and Jen Hutton Sports and Recreation Center on Friday, April 8 at 6 p.m. until 6 a.m. on Saturday, April 9.
Utica College has just received approval to offer six new online certificate programs in advanced computer forensics, cyber operations, cyber crime and fraud investigation, cybersecurity technologies, cyber network defense and advanced cyber policy.
Students prep for second annual event
Motivational speaker Kevin Carroll to address UC grads
Tickets for UC and SUNY-Poly students are $20 and will be available in each school’s student activities office and at uticatickets.com beginning today (March 30) at 12:30 p.m. Tickets are $35 for the general public and will be available at the Utica Aud box office or theuticaaud.com beginning on Saturday, April 2.
UC Programming Board, SUNY Poly Student Association put on spring concert
Kevin Carroll, founder of Kevin Carroll Katalyst/LLC, will speak at Utica College’s undergraduate commencement ceremony on May 8, 2016.
James Smith, associate professor of physical therapy at Utica College, was the recipient of the James Dunleavy Distinguished Service Award at the American Physical Therapy Association's meeting last month.
Professor Patricia Swann will discuss the legacy of Professor Emeritus Raymond Simon
Faulkner an expert on the life of Lucretia Mott and her influence on women's suffrage
With mild snowfall and temperatures in the low teens, early March in Utica may not be the best time for camping. But for the brothers of Alpha Chi Rho, that’s precisely the point.
UC students contribute to book on cybersecurity
Majority of companies not prepared to conduct investigations, study finds
Last semester, students in Brett Orzechowski's Watchdog Reporting class rarely found themselves in the classroom. Instead, they spent dozens of hours digging through lawsuits, talking with Utica police offers, observing proceedings at the city's drug court, attending school board meetings, and interviewing refugees, administrators, and elected officials.
UC Cyber Masters Grad, Adjunct Instructor Named to Forbes List
Industry regulations and government legislation have created greater need for specially-trianed compliance professionals