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The Bulletin: Campus News for the SUNY Cortland Community

  Issue Number 17 • Tuesday, May 19, 2015  

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Campus Champion

Participate in public life. That’s been the charge led by Richard Kendrick for the past dozen years, since he helped create an outlet for service-oriented student work through the Institute for Civic Engagement. At SUNY Cortland, topics such as “community service” and “applied learning” are synonymous with his name. Likewise, countless programs focused on politics, health and business development owe thanks to the retiring professor of sociology/anthropology, who served the College for nearly a quarter century in total. A strong bridge exists between the campus and the community. Richard, no doubt, is one of the lead architects to credit.

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Wednesday, May 20

Summer Session I begins

Sunday, June 7
2nd Annual William Shaut Memorial 5k Fun Run & Walk: To benefit the SUNY Cortland Child Care Center, 9 a.m.

Tuesday, June 9
J.P. Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge: Buses will provide transportation to the event on Onondaga Lake Parkway, Liverpool, N.Y. The 3.5 mile run/walk begins at 6:25 p.m. Registration deadline is Wednesday, May 20.

Monday, June 29
Summer Session II begins

Thursday, July 9-Sunday, July 12
Alumni Reunion 2015: Campus-wide events



College Earns a “Green” Gold Star

SUNY Cortland earns a coveted "gold" rating in a national sustainability program read more


College to Mark 50 Years for Antlers, Hoxie Gorge

Celebrations are planned in July for Hoxie Gorge and August for Antlers. read more



Capture the Moment

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Rebecca Saldecke, left, and Jessica Zdrowak take turns cutting the cake with a ceremonial sword following their U.S. Army Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) Commissioning Ceremony in Brockway Hall Friday afternoon. The College’s ROTC cadets were commissioned as second lieutenants with their families and friends looking on. Later that evening, the College held the first of its four Commencement ceremonies. 


In Other News

Corporate Challenge Registration Due Wednesday

Grad Students Raise Aphasia Awareness

Senior Send-off Attracts Record Crowd

Institute for Civic Engagement Appoints New Director

Students Give Out $10,000 to Charities

Student Awarded Prestigious Gilman Scholarship

Devoted Teacher Helps Youngsters See Themselves in College

Women’s Lacrosse Captures First-Ever NCAA Crown

Relief Pitcher Fulfills Duty on the Mound and in the Military

College Recognizes Student Leaders

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People on the Move

Retired Admiral Named Vice President for Finance

Shutts to Direct Facilities Planning, Design and Construction


Faculty/Staff Activities

JoEllen Bailey presented on field experience at a national conference in April. read more

Diane Craft delivered a keynote address at the Young Child Expo in April. read more

Peter Ducey served as a judge in the area of ecology and environmental biology for the Scientific Research Society's Student Research Showcase. read more

Christopher Gascón was invited to contribute to publisher Gale Cengage's Drama Criticism series. read more

Melissa A. Morris gave an invited talk at Cornell University in April. read more

Mechthild Nagel presented at the Max Planck Institute in Germany as part of her scholar-in-residence commitment. read more

Jennifer Olin was recognized for her work by New York state's STOP-DWI Foundation and Mothers Against Drunk Driving. read more

Brice Smith was recognized by Sustainable Tompkins County for promoting renewable energy. read more

John Suarez will have a service-learning section included in the SUNY Faculty Senate's report on service-learning. read more

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