Boyan Cox tries to get the most out of her college experience and is committed to helping others do the same. The sophomore education major and part-time kettlebell instructor just returned from Colorado, where she was a delegate at the National Association for College and University Residence Halls Conference. Now she’s living on campus as a student house counselor for the summer Education Opportunities Program (EOP), and this fall she will be a resident assistant (RA) in Randall Hall. “I am passionate about Residence Life,” said Cox. She’d better be. When the EOP program concludes in August, this fitness buff will have a day’s rest before starting RA training.
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Thursday, Aug. 23
President’s Opening Meeting: Corey Union Function Room, 8 a.m.; President Bitterbaum will give his State of the College address at 8:30 a.m. Chancellor Nancy L. Zimpher will present updates on “The Power of SUNY” at 11 a.m. A light luncheon will follow.
Friday, Aug. 24
Move-in Day for New Students
Saturday, Aug. 25-Sunday, Aug. 26
Move-in Days for Returning Students
Sunday, Aug. 26
Academic Convocation: Designed for all first-year and new transfer students. Park Center Alumni Arena, 4 p.m.
Monday, Aug. 27
Fall Semester Classes Begin
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Chancellor to Address Faculty as School Starts
Nancy L. Zimpher's visit on Aug. 23 highlights a whirlwind week.
SUNY Cortland EMS Wins Top State Honor
The student volunteer group is New York state’s EMS Agency of the Year.
Capture the Moment
Small group activities were one way to get new students comfortable with each other and with college life during SUNY Cortland’s first-year orientation sessions, held between the last week of June and mid-July. About 1,100 first-year students attended the two-day sessions, where they met other new students, faculty and staff members, registered for fall classes and learned about campus life and college resources.
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People on the Move
Carol Costell Corbin was elected to the board of the New York State Transfer and Articulation Association.
Robert Darling recently presented a paper at a conference in Montreal.
Emily Quinlan was awarded for her blog, "Transfer Student Blog.”
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