Ashley Bertrand ’09, a History Department graduate assistant, has helped to create a stronger bond between SUNY Cortland graduates in social studies education and history and their alma mater. For the past year, she worked with faculty member Jim Miller in contacting more than 600 alumni with questions about careers. Bertand has placed dots, representing where the participating alumni reside, on three newly purchased National Geographic maps in the Old Main hallway outside the History Department.
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Wednesday, June 30
Summer Session I ends.
Monday, July 5
Independence Day Observed: Legal holiday - classes are in session, offices are closed.
Monday, July 5
Summer Session II Begins: Runs through Thursday, Aug. 5.
Thursday, July 8
Brunch: Faculty Women’s Association annual summer brunch, Rotary Shelter at Suggett Park, Cortland, 10 a.m.-noon. R.S.V.P. by Tuesday, July 6, to Judy Cain.
Friday, July 16
Alumni Reunion Weekend: Campus-wide events, runs through Sunday, July 18.
College Launches Revamped Website on June 29
SUNY Cortland will unveil its newly designed website to the campus community on Tuesday afternoon, June 29.
Alumni Reunion Weekend Planned for July 16-18
Nearly 600 alumni and friends are expected to enjoy class get-togethers, parties and other activities on campus during the 2010 Alumni Reunion Weekend from July 16-18.
Capture the Moment
SUNY Cortland’s professionally trained University Police officers patrol the campus by foot, bike and vehicle 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Pioneers in the practice of community policing, they strive to be visible, proactive and available to the campus. Officer Frank Dalton demonstrates an important component of that commitment by engaging in friendly dialogue with students.
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People on the Move
Jenn McNamara will have artwork on display at the Brooklyn Art Library beginning June 25.
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