News - SUNY Cortland

News

News

Anti-racism Ally Looks to Instill Change

Anti-racism Ally Looks to Instill Change

International educator Tim Wise will discuss overcoming racism in society.


Social Studies Grad Named State’s Best for Second Straight Year

Social Studies Grad Named State’s Best for Second Straight Year

A statewide social studies teaching organization honored a young SUNY Cortland graduate for the second straight year.


SUNY Cortland Seeks Qualified STEM Teachers

SUNY Cortland Seeks Qualified STEM Teachers

SUNY Cortland houses one of the largest regional sites for the New York State Master Teacher Program.


College Marks 20 Years of Student Research ‘Transformations’

College Marks 20 Years of Student Research ‘Transformations’

John Ryder ’73, the former dean of arts and sciences who helped establish Scholars’ Day, delivers the keynote address.


Fulbright Alumni Ambassador to Discuss U.S. Program

Fulbright Alumni Ambassador to Discuss U.S. Program

John Allegrante ’74 will speak on the benefits of participating in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.


Child Care Center Teacher Earns National Recognition

Child Care Center Teacher Earns National Recognition

Heather Tuttle ’06 M ’10 is one of only 50 teachers from across the nation to earn the honor.


President’s Conversation Series Continues

President’s Conversation Series Continues

President Bitterbaum will discuss gender identity and sexual orientation Thursday, Jan. 28.


Opening Meeting Highlights Student Success

Opening Meeting Highlights Student Success

Personal stories underscored the importance of student success as a major theme of President Bitterbaum’s remarks.


Professor Wins Award from National Literacy Group

Professor Wins Award from National Literacy Group

Associate Professor Nance Wilson was honored for her service to the American Reading Forum.


Second Black Student Union Town Hall Event Added

Second Black Student Union Town Hall Event Added

A second campus-wide meeting to discuss issues related to race, bias and discrimination takes place at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.


Explore

Visit

Contact