There’s no mistaking Rebecca Hargrave’s love for arboriculture and all things trees. The SUNY Morrisville professor’s enthusiasm toward the field and her innovative, hands-on learning have spirited students and spread to a campus and community.  Most recently, Hargrave, associate professor of environmental science & arboriculture, received the 2022 Research & Education Award from the New York State Arborists, ISA Chapter, in recognition of the work she has done on important research and education to foster improvement in the arboricultural industry.
SUNY Morrisville nursing student Lilly Kairewich, of Chittenango, is the recipient of the 2022 Curt Greene Memorial Scholarship and the Sweet Karen Scholarship.  “The selection committee immediately recognized the aptitude of Lilly,” said Ellen Taylor, Harness Horse Youth Foundation (HHYF) executive director. “While not from a racing family, Lilly will always love harness racing and appreciate what her HHYF experiences taught her which will help both in her collegiate efforts as well as in life” 
Dylan Rees, a student in SUNY Morrisville’s technology management bachelor’s degree program, is spreading his disc golf talent to the community.  Instead of a usual internship, Rees launched a startup business, Flying Mile Disc Golf, as part of his entrepreneurship practicum in associate professor Tom Pilewski’s class.  Rees’s business offers course design, individual lessons, merchandise sales and tournament planning and operations, including running events on-location.
SUNY Morrisville can be spotted throughout this year’s Great New York State Fair, which runs Wednesday, Aug. 24-Monday, Sept. 5. Visit SUNY Morrisville at:  •    Horticulture and FFA buildings     •    Dairy Barn (daily), where Dairy Club students are also on night watch at the Birthing Center Wednesday, Aug. 24-Tuesday, Aug. 30  •    Coliseum, showing with its Belgian Hitch, Wednesday, Aug. 31- Sunday, Sept. 4 (SUNY Morrisville is the only college in North American to compete with a six-horse hitch!) •    World of Horses in the Bartlett Barn 
MORRISVILLE, NY — SUNY Morrisville alumnus Andrew O’Connell is gearing up for a busy year. He  crushed the Men’s US STIHL® Rookie Championships in Little Rock, Arkansas, July 21, taking home a gold medal, setting a national rookie record and landing a spot in the STIHL® Rookie World Championships in Sweden next year.   Training starts now for the world event, O’Connell said in a recent telephone interview.  “The two months leading up to the US rookie finals, I was training about 20 hours a week after work,” O’Connell said. 
SUNY Morrisville’s Norwich Campus was a great start for Zan Stewart and he is on track to do great things. Stewart, a native of Norwich, New York, graduated from Norwich High School in 2015 and then took a gap year, living in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, before returning to his hometown and enrolling at SUNY Morrisville’s Norwich Campus, where he graduated with his degree in human services in 2019.
MORRISVILLE, N.Y. — A real-life classroom approach is giving students in Eric Diefenbacher’s herpetology class valuable field skills and an opportunity to explore and develop research skills for their future careers. And it led his Fall 2019 class to be published in the Journal of North American Herpetology.
MORRISVILLE, N.Y. — There’s no mistaking SUNY Morrisville professor Sheila Marshman’s compelling dedication as a teacher. “My purpose is to help others find theirs,” she said. She has spent the last two decades devoting her life to that teaching philosophy.  It’s fueled her as a teacher, spirited an entire campus and shepherded countless graduates to find and follow their purpose.  Marshman, associate professor of agricultural business development, found hers in the SUNY Morrisville classroom while feeding her appetite to learn more about agriculture.  
MORRISVILLE, N.Y. — SUNY Morrisville students Kirsten Florio and Marcus Castleberry have been honored with the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence (CASE). The prestigious award recognizes students who have best demonstrated integration of academic excellence with accomplishments in the areas of leadership, athletics, community service, creative and performing arts, campus involvement, or career achievement. It is the highest honor bestowed upon a student by SUNY. 
MORRISVILLE, N.Y. — The SUNY Morrisville campus was bustling with activity as it celebrated its first successful Earth Day event.  Community service projects and various activities were held throughout the day, helping create new campus tradition to join in acts of kindness that tie into sustainability and inspire them to protect the environment. 

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