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SUNY Cortland Among Best in State in Special Education

SUNY Cortland Among Best in State in Special Education

Zippia.com ranked the College's program at No. 4 among New York universities.


Service Learning’s Economic Impact

Service Learning’s Economic Impact

A Nov. 2 roundtable explains plans to assess costs and benefits of applied learning.


Teaching, Parenting Expert Returns to Campus

Teaching, Parenting Expert Returns to Campus

Schwartz '68 has four decades of teaching experience and founded consulting company.


Classroom Renovations Emphasize Technology and Collaboration

Classroom Renovations Emphasize Technology and Collaboration

The College furthered its commitment to academic innovation by investing approximately $115,000 in three projects.


College Expands and Strengthens Urban Teaching Program

College Expands and Strengthens Urban Teaching Program

A state grant has doubled student participation in C.U.R.E.


College Wins $1.6 Million National Science Foundation Grant

College Wins $1.6 Million National Science Foundation Grant

Funding will enhance education for STEM teachers of the future.


Institute to Focus on ‘Re-imagining Schools’

Institute to Focus on ‘Re-imagining Schools’

Influential author Will Richardson will address school and district leaders Aug. 14.


SUNY Cortland Rated National “Best Value” College

SUNY Cortland Rated National “Best Value” College

Money magazine ranked SUNY Cortland in the top 5 percent of all U.S. colleges


Two Red Dragon Athletes Named Academic All-Americans

Two Red Dragon Athletes Named Academic All-Americans

Two Red Dragons are among the nation's most outstanding academic athletes in their sport


Former Educator Pledges Major Gift

Former Educator Pledges Major Gift

A bequest from Thomas Shea ’58 will give $1 million to fund student leadership.


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