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ASC Lists 2019-20 Program Grant Recipients

Each year the Auxiliary Services Corporation (ASC) Board of Directors allocates funds to support grants for a wide range of purposes and projects that enhance the life of the SUNY Cortland community. In April, the ASC Board of Directors approved the Fiscal Year 2019-20 Program Grant allocations.

Following is a list of grants funded by ASC that includes the project name, organization or person and amount received:

11th Annual Student Conference on Diversity, Equity, Inclusion and Social Justice, Multicultural Life and Diversity Office, $3,000

Bee Bot Hive for Preschools, SUNY Cortland Child Care Center, $1,950 

Blackbird Film Festival 2020, Sam Avery, $5,000 

Body Appreciation Week 2020, Health Promotion, $1,500 

CALS Broadway Trips, Sandra Wohlleber, Chair, Campus Artist and Lecture Series, $1,500 

CALS Lecture Grant Program, Sandra Wohlleber, Chair, Campus Artist and Lecture Series, $10,000 

CALS Performing Arts Series, Sandra Wohlleber, Chair, Campus Artist and Lecture Series, $10,000 

COR 101 TA Recognition and Appreciation, David Runge (Advisement and Transition), $400 

Cortland Athletics Leadership Program, Athletics, $400 

Cortland Bike Project, SUNY Cortland Outdoor Pursuits, $4,000 

Cortland Nites, Campus Activities, $18,750 

Distinguished Voices in Literature, English/Heather Bartlett, Instructor Co-Director, Distinguished Voices in Literature, $2,000 

EOP Awards Dinner, Lewis Rosengarten, $3,000 

EOP Chi Alpha Epsilon Ceremony, EOP/Lewis Rosengarten, $1,000 

EOP Summer Institute, EOP/Lewis Rosengarten, $10,000 

Family Weekend 2019, Campus Activities, $4,500 

Greek Life, Sandra Wohlleber, Associate Director, Campus Activities and Greek Affairs, $600 

Informed Literacy Strategy Instruction, SUNY Cortland Literacy Department/Mary-Jo Morse, $2,500 

Interviewing for Educators, Michelina Gibbons, $750 

Kente Celebration, Multicultural Life and Diversity Office, $2,500 

Leadership Programs, Campus Activities, $5,000 

Louis Larson Lecture and Conference Series, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity Expression (SOGIE) Committee, $1,000 

Making History: Orienting History Majors to the Discipline and Department at Camp Huntington, History Department, $2,620 

Midnight Breakfast, Christopher Kuretich, $4,000 

MLDO Peer2Peer Mentor Diversity Retreat, AnnaMaria Cirrincione, $2,500 

Musical Legacy Project, Rachel Sluberski, $3,120 

Native American Events, Native American Studies/Dawn Van Hall, $600 

New Student Orientation, Marinda Souva, $7,000 

Non-Traditional Student Support and Awareness, Cheryl Hines/Advisement and Transition, $1,910 

Open Mic Night, Lauren Scagnelli/Connor Berg, $10,000 

Opening Weekend Sexual Assault Prevention Speaker, It's On Us Action Team, $2,000 

PAWS for Stress Relief, Health Promotion, $2,600 

Photography Incentives, Marketing Office/Renee Novelli, $1,000 

Promoting Personal Growth and Global Awareness for SUNY Cortland Students, SUNY Cortland International Programs Office, $10,500 

Proposal for institutional support to advance the mission of SUNY Cortland and CGIS through education, scholarship, and outreach, Mecke Nagel, $600 

Public Engagement in Tropical Room of SUNY Cortland Greenhouses, Steven B. Broyles, $3,500 

Public Rhetorics in Seneca Falls, NY, Laura J. Davies, $400 

Second Language Educators' Conference: A Conference for Second Language Teachers and Teachers in Training, Patricia Martínez de la Vega Mansilla and Paulo Quaglio, $2,000 

Speaker Series, Jaroslava Prihodova, $1,000 

Take a Transfer To Lunch, Emily Quinlan, Coordinator of Transfer Student Services, $1,500 

The Project for East and Central Europe: A League of Nations (2019-2020 Theme), Project for East and Central Europe, $800 

Three Programs of Public Forum, A Taste of Asia, and Asian Reception Staged by the Asian/Middle Eastern Studies Committee (AMES), Asian/Middle Eastern Studies, $2,000