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Cortland Remembers Sandy Hook
The SUNY Cortland Alumni Association reminds our community of those we lost during the Sandy Hook tragedy five years ago. 
P.E. Alumna Earns Big Apple Award
Rose Graham-Newman ’07, M ’09 is the first physical educator to earn the prestigious honor.
Colgan ’80 Speaks on Chemistry Career
Steve Colgan ’80 recently retired after a 30-year career at Pfizer.
College Continues National Philanthropy Week Tradition
Students can appreciate the generosity that has enriched their college experience.
Young Alum Puts Skills to Use in Puerto Rico
Matt Green ’12 helped locals rebuild after Hurricane Maria.
Dodgeball is life for Rob Immel '03
Not only is Immel a star on the international stage, he uses the sport in his classes.
Cortaca Nation Events Draws Alumni from Coast-to-Coast
A viewing party in Manhattan drew 1,200 SUNY Cortland fans to cheer on the Red Dragons.
Make Your Cortaca Jug Plans
There are lots of ways for alumni to participate in the 59th annual Cortaca Jug showdown.
Teaching, Parenting Expert Returns to Campus
Sandi Schwartz '68 shares her experience as a teacher, author, and parent with education majors.
International Journalist Wins Emmy Multi-Media Award
Robert McMahon ’84 was honored for a multi-media project on deforestation in the Amazon. 
Alumni, Undergraduates Connect at Symposium
The College’s tradition of undergraduate science research was celebrate
SUNY Cortland Alumna Maps Bright Future
Mary Colomaio ’15 advises current students as she charts her own path to success.
Heather Marzullo ’03, M ’10 Empowers Health Interns
SUNY Cortland health education majors now fill a need at one lucky school in Syracuse.
The Statue Red Dragon Pride Built
Mike Vela ’88 made possible SUNY Cortland’s newest landmark ­— a giant, smoke-breathing, stainless steel dragon
Study Abroad Inspires Young Businesswoman
Erin Krug ’17 landed a dream job after exploring the world through SUNY Cortland.
Dunwoody '75 Recognized as Military Pioneer
Time’s “Firsts” lists Dunwoody among 46 women who changed the world.
Born to Coach, Recent Grad Gets His Shot
At age 24, Paddy Bailey ’15, M ’17 is one of the youngest high school football head coaches in New York.
2017 Cortaca T-Shirt Contest
​Students will be able to submit their design and earn a chance to win a $100 ASC gift card!
Beta Phi Epsilon's Dreamers
​Their Reunion 2018 gift will help current students in P.E.
Who is Justin Vossler M '16?

This high school history teacher and coach recently won five consecutive episodes of “Jeopardy!”. 

 

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Newborn 'Niece' Stands 6-Feet Tall
Alexia Patch Miller '99, April the giraffe's "Aunt," uses live Giraffe Cam in the classroom. 
Connect with alumni directly for professional networking
Take advantage of the A.S.K. program over the summer! Need help? Contact us.
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Share your job opportunities, internships for students and volunteer needs on the Red Dragon Network!
Alumni House Excellence Earns International Attention
​SUNY Cortland offers a unique and successful example of alumni engagement: the Parks Alumni House