Guest lecturer from LeMoyne tackles difficult conversations
Utica College continues to answer the need for more qualified, caring nurses
How do American religious groups react to same-sex marriage? Perry explores theological, social and political reactions.
Riddle describes Bickenbach as the most influential philosopher working on disability issues in the world
White-collar crime survey reveals some troubling results
What can businesses do to prevent data breaches and insider threats?
Convenient evening classes for masters students interested in teaching special education.
Smith honored for involvement, accomplishments
UC Provost releases spring semester high honors and dean's list
Pfannestiel comes to Utica from Clarion University
What can businesses do to prevent data breaches and insider threats?
UC's Construction Management program is growing, and will soon be housed in a brand new, stand-alone academic building
UC students, aspiring journalists win prestigious awards
A group of Utica College students, led by biology professors Jessica Thomas and Sara Scanga, set out to discover whether erythritol, the natural sweetener marketed as Truvia, has potential as an organic herbicide.
Perfect opportunity to learn more about how UC can prepare you for a lifetime of professional success with innovative, career-targeted programs, accomplished faculty, advanced technologies, real-world experiences and interships and research opportunities that rival those found at large universities.
Education grads to be honored
UC Alum Inspector Thomas Taffe of NYPD will discuss the inner workings of the largest law enforcement agency in the world.
UC Community Pulls an All-Nighter to Support Cancer Research
Regional business plan competition for prize money, panel discussion and kenote speaker
Dr. Joseph Ribaudo, associate professor of physics at Utica College, took the chance to apply for a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) for research he planned to conduct with students.
UC alum Curtis Lawrence ’94 was among the 40 high-school students and teachers—including many from Parkland, Florida—invited to the White House on February 21 for a listening session on gun violence hosted by President Donald Trump.
As an MBA student working with Professor Brett Orzechowski in summer 2017, Jennifer Waters '09, G'17 conceived of Loyal to Local, a one-stop shop for local food, drink, and goods in Rome, New York. The idea has taken hold in the community, attracting attention from both local investors and small business owners interested in taking part.
Team UC chooses student Samantha Miller as honorary captain
Award-winning documentary filmmaker, commercial director to speak at UC
Comedy ... it's all in the timing!
Senator Chuck Schumer visited campus on Feb. 19 to pledge his support for UC's Construction Management program and its new facility.
"I promise you today I'm going to do everything I can to get funds for this great program," he said.
Samanta Miller '20 was born with a rare heart defect—but she doesn't allow it to define her. "I define it," she says. She's this year's Honorary Captain in the America's Greatest Heart Run and Walk.
The plan calls for three student residence buildings, which will have apartment-style living spaces with four bedrooms each, two full bathrooms, kitchen with dishwasher and a washer and dryer in each unit. The three-story buildings will be located next to the tennis courts, near the Todd and Jennifer Hutton Sports and Recreation Center.
The Winter Olympic Games aren’t just proving ground for the world’s best athletes—they’re the highest level of competition for the officials, too. Jessica Leclerc ’09 is one of only four American women (19 women total) who will be officiating the women’s ice hockey tournament during February's Winter Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea.
The Edith Langley Barrett Art Gallery at Utica College is pleased to present “Mona Brody: In the Whisper of Silence,” from Jan. 23 through Feb. 24, featuring 15 recent paintings and an installation of 64 abstract paintings and haiku poems.
On Wednesday, Jan. 10, Utica College and the Utica Police Department will stage a full-scale exercise designed to evaluate response procedures in the event of an active shooter scenario.
In response to an unprecedented teacher shortage in New York State, Utica College has created an accelerated Teacher Certification Program that allows aspiring teachers to secure full-time employment in local schools.
Utica College will receive $700,000 toward the construction of a stand-alone 15,000-square foot building on campus to accommodate the rising enrollment in the Construction Management major.
A look at the five student companies competing for startup success (and real cash) in tonight's Entrepreneurial Media final presentation.
Doris and Walter Miga were UC basketball's most loyal supporters. Today, their sons are honoring their legacy with an exciting new project in Clark Athletic Center.
It is with deep sadness that we share the passing of Ray Simon, professor emeritus of public relations and journalism, on Nov. 7, 2017. He was 102.
This Friday is a perfect time to learn more about UC ... majors, minors, sports, clubs and more.
“At bigger schools, undergrads are lucky to wash dishes in a research lab. At UC, I got to own my own project as a sophomore. I couldn’t have asked for a better experience.”
“Students spend a good amount of time here, and a nicer, updated space makes for a better student experience,” said Damien Boehlert, campus dining services general manager.
For the third straight year, Utica College has received a record number of freshman applications for undergraduate admission.
Led by physics professor Joseph Ribaudo, UC students are analyzing data from the world's most advanced radio telescope to answer fundamental questions about how galaxies form and evolve.
Dr. Sharon Kanfoush's groundbreaking work on climate change contributes to a growing body of research predicting more climate-related population displacements around the globe—some of which are already underway.
UC Professor of Physical Therapy Thomas Crist is helping to fill in some pretty large gaps in our understanding of the African diaspora – the often-forced migration of African people to other areas of the world. During a recent trip to Romania, he uncovered the first documented evidence of the African diaspora in the Balkans or Southeastern Europe.
Utica native and journalist Jim Asher ’70 has spent the majority of his decades-long career uncovering injustice for America’s most respected newspapers. After working on the groundbreaking Panama Papers series, which won a Pulitzer in spring 2017, Asher left a high-powered job as Washington Bureau Chief for McClatchy Newspapers to join a fledgling startup on a mission to change the world.
SucSeed, a nutrition app developed by three UC students, is getting real attention from investors. How Prof. Brett Orzechowski’s Entrepreneurial Media course turned Emily Coope ’17, Becky Vennero ’18, and Adam Westbrook ’20 into budding business moguls.
“Throughout Dr. Casamento’s remarkable life journey, she has always remained true to the priorities and values that make a community stronger,” Senator Griffo said. “Her leadership at Utica College has not only helped make the college an exceptional institution, but her clear vision has also paved the way for greater opportunity among our youth."
Allard, associate professor of nursing at Utica College, has been preparing students for the nursing licensure exam for decades. But in 2014, Allard embarked on a unique effort to share her methods with future nurses in Saudi Arabia.
The world of financial crime is moving faster than ever. In UC's Fraud and Financial Crime Investigation program, Parker Smith '17 learned the skills to take on today's sophisticated economic criminals—and land a job in a top bank's financial intelligence unit.
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.”
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.
The latest CSI spinoff, a cybercrime-themed version appropriately titled CSI: Cyber, starring Patricia Arquette (above), premiered March 4 on CBS. How realistic was the episode’s plot (which involved a malware-infested baby cam and a social network called “FriendAgenda”)?