The virtual event, planned for Nov. 5 and 6, is themed on “Sustainability.”
Susan Wilson’s example in therapeutic recreation kicks off a series of faculty profiles that highlight online teaching efforts.
The dean of the School of Professional Studies will be honored for his career achievements.
The university will not require an SAT or ACT score from applicants during the 2020-21 academic year.
SUNY Cortland students can now see their work showcased on the web.
Kristie Houlihan ’18 is working at a drive-through testing site in New Jersey.
Liza Kotar M ’19 will study individual resilience in Moscow amidst a global pandemic.
SUNY Cortland students offered creative alternative to showcase their work.
Ben Ferder ’10, M ’15 used bicycles to motivate schoolchildren in Bronx, N.Y.
Intelligent.com placed SUNY Cortland at No. 9 on its national best programs list.
The profession eventually will require an advanced degree for new certified athletic trainers.
An international sport management class at SUNY Cortland brought students from Finland and Germany to the record-breaking football game.
Senior Taylor Cookston, a fitness development major, aims to one day open his own gym.
The event will introduce approximately 700 prospective students to life at SUNY Cortland.
The Parkinson Voice Project supports the work of faculty and students in the Communication Disorders and Sciences Department.