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Talk to Focus on Teacher Activism

Talk to Focus on Teacher Activism

The College hosts a nationally respected educator who is calling for teachers to practice political activism on behalf of their profession.


Chancellor Honors Four Students for Excellence

Chancellor Honors Four Students for Excellence

Two seniors and two recent graduates earned SUNY’s top student awards.


Local Teachers Hone Skills at College

Local Teachers Hone Skills at College

More than 200 teachers participated in a campus professional development day.


Workshop Calls Young Girls to STEM Fields

Workshop Calls Young Girls to STEM Fields

The Tech Savvy event invites sixth- through ninth-graders Saturday, March 28.


Students Plan One ‘Big Event’ for Service

Students Plan One ‘Big Event’ for Service

The Big Event is a student-led volunteer project slated for Saturday, May 2.


Peter Perkins Named VP for Institutional Advancement

Peter Perkins Named VP for Institutional Advancement

Peter C. Perkins joined SUNY Cortland as its vice president for institutional advancement Jan. 29.


Concerned Students Plan Columbus “Teach-In”

Concerned Students Plan Columbus “Teach-In”

DUE TO WEATHER CONDITIONS, THIS EVENT IS POSTPONED.


College Celebrates 25 Years of Disabilities Act

College Celebrates 25 Years of Disabilities Act

SUNY Cortland will celebrate the 25-year anniversary of the ADA throughout 2015.


Carnegie Recognizes Community Engagement

Carnegie Recognizes Community Engagement

The College is the first institution in the SUNY system to earn reclassification.


Opening Considers Hot Topics in Higher Ed

Opening Considers Hot Topics in Higher Ed

The Opening of School Meeting considered national issues shaping higher education.


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