News

News

Seward Honored by SUNY Cortland

Seward Honored by SUNY Cortland

State Sen. James Seward received the College’s Presidential Champion of Excellence Award on May 13.


College Seeks Entrepreneurs to Start Businesses on Campus

College Seeks Entrepreneurs to Start Businesses on Campus

SUNY Cortland is looking for partners to establish new businesses through the START-UP NY program.


Two High-Achieving Alumni to Receive Honorary Degrees

Two High-Achieving Alumni to Receive Honorary Degrees

Recipients are Scott Williams ’82, executive producer of “NCIS,” and Therese Caccavale '75, a foreign language education pioneer


Student Research Highlighted by 'Transformations'

Student Research Highlighted by 'Transformations'

SUNY Cortland's annual student research and creativity conference featured dozens of projects


Future Educators to Focus on Classroom Diversity

Future Educators to Focus on Classroom Diversity

Two events focus on creating teachable moments from cultural clashes.


This Graduate and Principal Makes House Calls

This Graduate and Principal Makes House Calls

Elizabeth MacNabb MacWilliams ’03 may visit 1,000 students this school year.


Conference to Link Local Educators to Innovators

Conference to Link Local Educators to Innovators

"Connect, Create, Innovate" will offer professional development to specialized teachers.


Tech Savvy to Present STEM Fields to Girls

Tech Savvy to Present STEM Fields to Girls

SUNY Cortland will support this year's event in Dryden with funding and volunteers.


College Ranks High for Special Education Degrees

College Ranks High for Special Education Degrees

SUNY Cortland's inclusive childhood education major ranked No. 23 nationally.


College Renews Employee Homeownership Incentive

College Renews Employee Homeownership Incentive

Employees can earn $4,000 to put towards a new home if they choose to live near campus.


Explore

Visit

Contact