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  Issue Number 17 • Tuesday, May 21, 2019  

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Campus Champion

Christopher Cubells is a champion of creative computer programming. The senior software engineer for Systems Administration and Web Services, who is also an adjunct faculty member, is known for his behind-the-scenes focus and dedication. We use the tools that Chris custom-developed when we visit cortland.edu, log into myRedDragon, search the Campus Directory, submit mid-semester estimates and send or receive an email using Campus Communicator. Chris developed innovative QR reader cards with his student Brittany Fialkowski ’18. Tested during Honors Convocation, his technology successfully live-captioned student names as they walked across the stage at SUNY Cortland’s four Commencement ceremonies last weekend.

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Tuesday, May 21

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. Syracuse Corporate Challenge website

Wednesday, May 22

Summer Session I Begins: Read full schedule

Thursday, May 23

UUP Professional Recognition Luncheon: Corey Union Exhibition Lounge, 11:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. RSVP requested.

Monday, May 27

Memorial Day: No classes, offices are closed.

Monday, July 1

Summer Session II Begins: Read full schedule

Thursday, July 11 to Sunday, July 14

Alumni Reunion 2019



Students learn philosophy of philanthropy

A national program to train grant managers directed $10,000 to local charities. read more


SUNY Cortland's Academic Odd Couples Address Real-World Problems

Student artwork is currently on display on the first floor of Bowers Hall. read more



Capture the Moment

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These undergraduates posed for a selfie during the College’s Commencement ceremonies on Saturday. For the first time in the College’s history, undergraduates wore red regalia in conjunction with the SUNY Cortland Sesquicentennial. A total of 1,600 students earned degrees in the three undergraduate ceremonies and the evening before, more than 200 master’s degrees and 22 Certificates of Advanced Study were awarded. Read more about Commencement 2019.


In Other News

SUNY Cortland Graduates Finding Jobs

Musical Theatre Students Showcase Skills in New York

SUNY Cortland Hosting Academic Summer Youth Programs

Corey Union Restaurants Recognized Nationally

Crandall to Receive Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Classified Service

SUNY Cortland Names Honorary Degree Recipients

Alumni Association Names Distinguished Alumni

Academic Support and Achievement Program To Become The Learning Center

ASC Lists 2019-20 Program Grant Recipients

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Faculty/Staff Activities

Patrick Donnelly and Alyson Dearie attended the New York State Athletic Trainers Association Lobby Day in Albany along with 17 students. read more

John C. Hartsock had one of his books translated and published in Mandarin Chinese. read more

Moyi Jia presented two papers at the Eastern Communication Association Convention held in April. read more

Kathleen A. Lawrence had her poem accepted for publication by Lucent Dreaming Magazine. read more

Thomas Lickona had his Narnian Virtues project featured in the online magazine MercatorNet. read more

Celeste McNamara participated in a workshop at Syracuse University. read more

Vierne Placide presented a paper and a poster at the Public Health Partnership Conference in May. read more

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The Bulletin is produced by the Communications Office at SUNY Cortland and is published every other Tuesday during the academic year. Read more about The Bulletin. To submit items, email your information to bulletin@cortland.edu

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