Fall 2021 Guidance/COVID-19 Information

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Cortland wins expanded diversity teaching grant

Cortland wins expanded diversity teaching grant

The C.U.R.E. program will add students and continue for at least five more years.


Student researchers make the most of summer experience

Student researchers make the most of summer experience

Nine high-achieving students earned a summer undergraduate research fellowship in 2021, helping them pursue full-time scholarly work with a faculty member.


Sophia’s Garden makes philosophers of children

Sophia’s Garden makes philosophers of children

Toddlers to teens cultivate ideas they need to understand their world.


Red Dragon student-athletes earn 268 academic honors

Red Dragon student-athletes earn 268 academic honors

The 268 awards are the most in the conference and the university’s highest total in the five years of the honor roll.


English educator wins two grants

English educator wins two grants

Danica Savonick’s manuscript reveals four mid-20th century women poets also revolutionized teaching.


Recent grad earns Fulbright to teach in Spain

Recent grad earns Fulbright to teach in Spain

Christina Garcia ’20, a dual major in childhood/early childhood education and Spanish, will teach abroad through the Fulbright U.S. Student Program.


Non-traditional student blends in

Non-traditional student blends in

Behind the scenes, Nakeesta Langton balances school and family life.


Future teacher is beating the odds

Future teacher is beating the odds

Non-traditional student Allison McDaniel hopes to help children overcome social barriers.


Literacy conference to raise self-awareness

Literacy conference to raise self-awareness

The event aims for self-reflection toward a more inclusive classroom.


Cortland recognized again for transfer support

Cortland recognized again for transfer support

The university was named to Phi Theta Kappa’s Transfer Honor Roll for the fourth consecutive year.