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Tribute to a groundbreaking educator

Tribute to a groundbreaking educator

Marjorie Dey Carter '50 quietly blazed a trail in American urban education.


National education leader to receive honorary degree

National education leader to receive honorary degree

Ernie Logan ’73, who represented public education administrators across the United States, will receive an honorary degree at SUNY Cortland.


New garden celebrates Indigenous crops and culture

New garden celebrates Indigenous crops and culture

The Three Sisters farming method is introduced to SUNY Cortland’s Model Garden.


Professors earn Distinguished rank among SUNY colleagues

Professors earn Distinguished rank among SUNY colleagues

Ibipo Johnston-Anumonwo and Beth Klein were given the SUNY system’s highest academic promotion.


SUNY Cortland wins $2 million in teacher preparation grants

SUNY Cortland wins $2 million in teacher preparation grants

The university aims to help teaching assistants and other school workers become certified teachers.


Black History Month events continue

Black History Month events continue

The 2024 series of historical and cultural events runs through the end of February.  


SUNY Cortland adds free online mental health service

SUNY Cortland adds free online mental health service

Uwill offers easy telehealth access to licensed counselors.


SUNY expands support for Cortland internships

SUNY expands support for Cortland internships

New state funding will be used to enhance education through real-world training. 


Black History Month events at a glance

Black History Month events at a glance

The 2024 series of historical and cultural events runs through the end of February.


University hosts second DeMond Day

University hosts second DeMond Day

Yusuf Muhammad Jr. ’99, M ’01 will speak to honor the university’s first African American graduate.