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Cortland golfer competes at Pebble Beach

Cortland golfer competes at Pebble Beach

First-year student was one of 81 young golfers selected to compete with the pros at annual tournament.


Cortland’s NBA champ

Cortland’s NBA champ

A sport management major is doing vital behind-the-scenes work for the Milwaukee Bucks.


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.


Student excels in Army National Guard competition

Student excels in Army National Guard competition

Dakoatah Miller placed second in the nation as "Best Warrior" on 20 military obstacles.


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.


Adapted physical activity expert promoted to SUNY’s highest academic rank

Adapted physical activity expert promoted to SUNY’s highest academic rank

John Foley was named a Distinguished Professor by the Board of Trustees.


Faculty receive Chancellor’s Awards

Faculty receive Chancellor’s Awards

Two faculty members were honored for their professional achievements.


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.


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.


Biomechanics lab lecturer keeps class fun while online

Biomechanics lab lecturer keeps class fun while online

Grad student lecturer makes lab fun during pandemic blues.


Lorraine Lopez-Janove addresses President’s List honorees

Lorraine Lopez-Janove addresses President’s List honorees

Campus leader shares message about diversity with top achievers.


SUNY Cortland Recreation Conference marks 70th year

SUNY Cortland Recreation Conference marks 70th year

The virtual event, planned for Nov. 5 and 6, is themed on “Sustainability.”


Professor leads by example for recreation therapists

Professor leads by example for recreation therapists

Susan Wilson’s example in therapeutic recreation kicks off a series of faculty profiles that highlight online teaching efforts.


Cottone inducted into Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame

Cottone inducted into Athletic Trainers’ Hall of Fame

The dean of the School of Professional Studies will be honored for his career achievements.


SUNY Cortland removes SAT/ACT requirement for applicants

SUNY Cortland removes SAT/ACT requirement for applicants

The university will not require an SAT or ACT score from applicants during the 2020-21 academic year.