The Center for Distance Learning is pleased to announce the newly launched Online Writing Center!
Attend a Workshop! Submit Papers for Review! Complete Tutorials to Improve Skills! And More…All available in a one-stop resource to support your academic success.
Fall classes begin on September 13th. Visit www.esc.edu/writingresources to see how this might be helpful to you!
Have you registered for fall classes yet? If not, go to www.esc.edu/myesc under the register tab today! Registration runs through September 2nd at 5:00pm. Late registration runs from September 6th through September 9th at 5:00pm.
Women Girls & The Media is a featured course that is upper level and liberal, and also meets General Education reqirements for Humanities.
Curious about what else is offered? View Term Offerings here.
September term classes begin September 13th and end on December 23rd.
Once you register, note the course number and you can order books at bookstore.esc.edu.
“See” you in class!
Black Tea. Pekoe Tea. Green Tea. Want to know the difference? Curious which is caffeinated or heart healthy?
Ask Dr. Kim Stote, Ph.D, MPH, RD, an assistant professor and academic area coordinator for health services at SUNY Empire State College’s Center for Distance Learning.
Pictured here during the 2011 Saratoga Arts Fest, Stote delivered a 45-minute presentation (with samples and scones) to educate participants on the history, differences, and healing benefits of tea.
Dr. Stote’s research interests include include nutrition science, public health and biomedical research methodology. She holds a Ph.D. in Nutrition Science from Syracuse University, a Masters of Public Health from the University of South Florida, and a Bachelors of Science in Human Nutrition from the SUNY College at Oneonta. Stote also completed a dietetic internship at the Cleveland Clinic Foundation.
“I love my job! It allows me to combine my background as an educator, clinical practitioner, and researcher to best serve adult learners at SUNY Empire State College. Our students have various backgrounds with both traditional and nontraditional experiences. It’s a wonderful opportunity to work with such a diverse population,” she said.
Curious to learn more? Register for Dr. Stote’s Human Nutrition class offered through the Center for Distance Learning in the September term.