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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.


You Studied What? From Hip Hop to Harry Potter

You Studied What? From Hip Hop to Harry Potter

These 12 classes boast interesting titles and even more impressive outcomes.


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.


February Events to Mark Black History Month

February Events to Mark Black History Month

SUNY Cortland will celebrate Black History Month with lectures, discussions and performances.


Rockefeller Center Tree was Alum’s Holiday Gift

Rockefeller Center Tree was Alum’s Holiday Gift

The backyard eyesore owned by Graig Eichler ’94 is now a beautiful Christmas icon.


College is Music to Heather Jones’ Ears

College is Music to Heather Jones’ Ears

The trained soprano wants to share her love of music with kids in school.


Admissions Program to Showcase Natural Sciences Majors

Admissions Program to Showcase Natural Sciences Majors

Prospective students interested in a career in the sciences can participate in SUNY Cortland’s Natural Sciences Department Showcase on Friday, Nov. 18.


Professor Helps Maya Artisans Rediscover Their Past, Build a Future

Professor Helps Maya Artisans Rediscover Their Past, Build a Future

Maya pottery made using 3,000-year-old techniques are on display at Dowd Gallery


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