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Health Profession Panelists to Speak Feb. 29


A panel of successful health professionals who graduated from SUNY Cortland will provide insight to current students and others on Monday, Feb. 29, at the College.

The event begins at 7 p.m. in Corey Union Fireplace Lounge.

The talk is free and open to students, faculty and staff and the public.

Hosted by Alumni Engagement, the event is the fifth in this year’s Alumni Speaker Series at SUNY Cortland. These panels — composed of former students from different disciplines — aim to offer students professional career search advice from a network of successful alumni.

This time, the featured panelists are:

  • Juliana Hawes Chrysler ’88, director of education, volunteers and employee health at Rome Memorial Hospital
  • Carrie Quinlan Finn ’99, doctor of physical therapy at Onondaga-Cortland-Madison Counties (OCM) BOCES
  • James R. Whiting ’75, a retired vice president for Cone Health System

The panelists will speak directly with students about their own experience on campus and the paths that have led each of them to where they are today. A question-and-answer period will follow. After the event, attendees are encouraged to speak one-on-one with the graduates.

For more information, contact Alumni Engagement at 607-753-2516.