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SUNY Cortland Partner OPEN a Finalist for National Award

SUNY Cortland Partner OPEN a Finalist for National Award

The Partnership for a Healthier America has nominated OPEN for its Catalyst for Change Award.


Study Abroad Provides Canvas for Student Art in India

Study Abroad Provides Canvas for Student Art in India

Three aspiring teachers created a 12-piece art exhibition as part of their study abroad program in Mangalore, India.


Phi Kappa Phi Names 'Scholars of the Year'

Phi Kappa Phi Names 'Scholars of the Year'

The interdisciplinary honor society recognized six members April 21.


SUNY Cortland Embraces Inclusivity, Wins Goalball National Title

SUNY Cortland Embraces Inclusivity, Wins Goalball National Title

The sport was created for the visually impaired but is open to all comers.


Teacher Education Program Meets Tough New Accreditation Standards

Teacher Education Program Meets Tough New Accreditation Standards

School of Education given preliminary approval by a Council for the Accreditation of Educator Preparation review team


SUNY Cortland Students Create Special Olympics Club

SUNY Cortland Students Create Special Olympics Club

Athletes will compete in the annual Cortland Classic track and field meet April 21-22.


“Re:Thinking” Documentary Challenges Educators

“Re:Thinking” Documentary Challenges Educators

Locally-produced film asks teachers and administrators to question the future of education.


SUNY Chancellor Honors Four Students

SUNY Chancellor Honors Four Students

The award winners were recognized for academic success and leadership roles on campus.


SUNY Cortland Students Present at National Education Conference

SUNY Cortland Students Present at National Education Conference

Students tout success of the College's Professional Development School initiative.


OPEN, a SUNY Cortland Partner, Helps P.E. Teachers Across America

OPEN, a SUNY Cortland Partner, Helps P.E. Teachers Across America

Free curricula has been used by more than 30,000 teachers and reached 17.5 million students.


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