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The Bulletin: Campus News for the SUNY Cortland Community

  Issue Number 20 • Tuesday, July 5, 2011  


Campus Champion

Christopher Tucker, the College’s property services manager, seemingly tracks every last thing on campus. For the last two years, he also tracked people. As SUNY Cortland’s team leader in the J.P. Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge – a workforce health initiative held in dozens of cities – he and five colleagues coordinated the logistics of t-shirt choice, bus shuttle, hospitality tent and race registration for 89 coworkers running in the June 21 event in Syracuse, “When I first started training for the 2007 Corporate Challenge, I never thought I would, or even could, run a marathon,” Tucker said. In November, he will run his fifth, the ING New York City Marathon.

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Wednesday, July 6

Summer Session II Begins: Runs through Tuesday, Aug. 9.

Friday, July 15

Alumni Reunion 2011: Activities throughout the day. Registration and information in Old Main Fowler ’52 Grand Entrance Hall, 1-10 p.m.

Saturday, July 16

Alumni Reunion 2011: Activities throughout the day. Registration and information in Old Main Fowler ’52 Grand Entrance Hall, 8 a.m.-noon and 2-6 p.m.

Sunday, July 17

Alumni Reunion 2011: Farewell Breakfast, Alumni House, 9-11 a.m.

Jets Training Camp in Cortland Postponed

The New York Jets today will not hold summer training camp at SUNY Cortland this year because of time constraints caused by the ongoing NFL contract dispute. read more

Conference Aims to Help Cash-Strapped Schools

The Francis J. Cheney Educational Issues Conference will discuss staff development. read more

Capture the Moment


Wesley Waller, right, of West Windsor, N.Y., and Dale White of Syracuse, N.Y., employees of Forno Enterprises, work on a third-floor window of the Miller Building. The building, home to SUNY Cortland’s administrative offices, is empty while undergoing a two-part summer renovation that includes window replacement and a heating/ventilation/air conditioning installation project. Offices are scheduled to reopen in mid-July while heating and ventilation work continue through the summer.

In Other News

Top College Official To Lead Statewide Group

Students Receive Study Abroad Scholarships

Athletic Program Ranked Among Top 20 in USA

Lacrosse Player Named Capital One All American

Three students win scholar-athlete awards

Classified Staff Recognized for Years of Service

Fall Opening Meeting Set

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People on the Move

Associate Provost Nancy Aumann Retires

Mary Schlarb Directs International Programs

Sharon Steadman Named Acting Director of the Clark Center

Christie Zwahlen Named to Civic Engagement Post

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