John Allegrante ’74 will speak on the benefits of participating in the Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program.
Heather Tuttle ’06 M ’10 is one of only 50 teachers from across the nation to earn the honor.
President Bitterbaum will discuss gender identity and sexual orientation Thursday, Jan. 28.
Personal stories underscored the importance of student success as a major theme of President Bitterbaum’s remarks.
Associate Professor Nance Wilson was honored for her service to the American Reading Forum.
A second campus-wide meeting to discuss issues related to race, bias and discrimination takes place at 5 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.
NASA astrophysicist Alex Young will speak to the uniqueness of “space weather” and the importance of communicating science effectively.
SUNY Cortland will develop a three-year program on the European Union with a grant awarded to three U.S. institutions.
Sophomore Kaley Clavell was honored by the Louis Armstrong Center for Music and Medicine after overcoming a tumor in her jaw.
The College’s history and childhood/early childhood education departments took recent overnight trips to the Adirondack wilderness.