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  Issue Number 17 • Tuesday, May 15, 2018  

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Campus Champion

Joseph Mogavero ’18, an adolescence education: English major, believes the greatest tools we can give our students are those that help them discover the power of language. The aspiring teacher plans to help children and teens find their voices through writing, because all students, including those with mental and physical challenges, need to be heard. He’s on track for success – Joe graduated with the highest grade point average at Commencement 2018 on Saturday. Quite an accomplishment for this two-time transfer who discovered success with SUNY Cortland’s education program as a junior. “Teachers are education activists and I plan to defend students’ rights,” Joe said.

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Wednesday, May 16

Summer Session I Begins: Read full schedule

Friday, May 18

Faculty/Staff Green Dot Training: Learn intervention techniques and ways to work on changing our campus culture, food provided. RSVP, Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, noon to 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday, May 22

Conference on Instruction and Technology: SUNY Cortland will host “CIT 2018 – Elevate Learning: Taking Education Higher,” Sperry Center and Corey Union. Continues through Friday, May 25. CIT 2018 Agenda 

Thursday, May 24

Conference on Instruction and Technology Keynote Address: Presented by Barbara Oakley, American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering Fellow and best-selling author, Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 10:45 a.m. CIT 2018 Agenda 

Monday, May 28

Memorial Day: No classes, offices are closed.

Wednesday, June 6

J.P. Morgan Chase Corporate Challenge: Buses will provide transportation to those who registered to participate on the SUNY Cortland team, Onondaga Lake Parkway, Liverpool, N.Y. The 3.5 mile run/walk begins at 6:25 p.m. Registration for this event will close at noon on Wednesday, May 16. For more information, contact Chris Tucker and visit the Syracuse Corporate Challenge website

Sunday, June 24

5th Annual William Shaut Memorial Color Fun Run, Walk and Stroll: To benefit the SUNY Cortland Child Care Center, Park Center Stadium Complex, 9 a.m. 

Monday, June 25

Summer Session II Begins: Read full schedule

Thursday, July 12 to Sunday, July 15

Alumni Reunion 2018



Online Master’s in Sport Management Ranked Among Nation’s Best

The program was lauded for its flexibility and expert faculty. read more


Study Abroad Provides Canvas for Student Art in India

Three aspiring teachers created a 12-piece art exhibition as part of their study abroad program in Mangalore, India. read more



Capture the Moment

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Dominique Hinds ’18, a psychology major, and his roommate Tytianna Noriega ’18, a criminology major, had a cheering section filled with friends and family from New York City when they walked at SUNY Cortland’s 2018 Commencement ceremony on Saturday evening. SUNY Cortland held four Commencement ceremonies for its graduates on May 11 and 12 in the Bessie L. Park 1901 Physical Education and Recreation Center Alumni Arena. A gallery of select photographs from Commencement is available online.


In Other News

SUNY Cortland Partner OPEN a Finalist for National Award

Assemblywoman Lifton Honored by SUNY Cortland

Staffer Named ‘Honorary Alumna’

SUNY Cortland to Host Conference on Education and Technology

SUNY Cortland Hosting Summer Art Program for High School Students

Class Awards $10,000 to Community

Phi Kappa Phi Names 'Scholars of the Year'

C-Club Hall of Fame to Add Eight New Members in October

SUNY Cortland’s CSTV Hits Channel 20

Students Named to Honorary for Health Education and Promotion

History Students Inducted into National Honorary

ASC Lists 2018-19 Grant Recipients

Criminal Justice and Sociology/Anthropology Majors Recognized

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Faculty/Staff Activities

Alexandru Balas co-authored a publication that won a role-play simulation competition held at Syracuse University’s Maxwell School. read more

Theresa Curtis and students Nicholas Puoplo ’15 and Joseph Hannett ’17, co-authored a recently published paper. read more

Kevin D. Dames collaborated on research with members of Colorado State University's Sensorimotor Neuroimaging Laboratory. read more

Evan Faulkenbury had his peer-reviewed article recently published in Louisiana History. read more

Kathleen A. Lawrence had her poem accepted for publication in the print journal of the Science Fiction and Fantasy Poetry Association. read more

Jaroslava Prihodova received a $3000 grant to be used for a one-day symposium and exhibition set for early 2019. read more

Vaughn Randall is curator of an exhibition titled “Liquid Earth,” on display at the University of Scranton in Pennsylvania. read more

John Suarez hosted the second teleconference of the North/South Central New York Applied Learning Coalition. read more

Ryan Vooris recently presented research and served on a panel at the Summit on Communication and Sport. read more

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