Our Food, Our Way

Maybe it’s the outstanding fare our culinary arts students prepare every day. Maybe it’s having a bistro, and now a café and general store, open on campus. Maybe it’s because Thanksgiving is rolling around. Wha...

Kicking Off the Year, Cobleskill Style

The start of a new year is a truly exciting time to be at SUNY Cobleskill. Whether September kicks off year one of undergraduate study, a new decade as a member of our community, or something in between, this i...

Coby Students Present at NAMA for Fourth Straight Year

from The Umbrella, The SUNY Applied Learning Newsletter; Issue 6 for August 2018 In April 2018, 14 SUNY Cobleskill students along with their advisor, Dr. Sophie Winter of the Agriculture and Food Management De...

Summer of Success for Bass Fishing Team and Club

SUNY Cobleskill’s Bass Fishing Team is having a summer for the ages. In July, team members Drew Tiano and Tristen Bauer finished third out of 80 participating teams at the FLW Yeti College Fishing event, hel...

Campus to begin industrial hemp research

Small crop will be ready for harvest in October, give insight to plant diseases from the Daily Gazette on 7/11/18; by John Cropley SUNY Cobleskill will plant a small batch of industrial hemp next month and ...
A flooded neighborhood in Texas affected by Hurricane Harvey

Hope for Houston: Passing the Bucket, and Not the Buck

Over the last week, Student Affairs has been working with the Student Government Association to help put together a campus response to the Hurricane Harvey crisis in Texas. It has been six years since the Schoh...

Governor Cuomo Enacts Excelsior Scholarship Program

"Governor Cuomo has signed the Excelsior Scholarship into law. New York State leads the way with this important step forward for tuition-free public higher education."  - Dr. Marion A. Terenzio, President of SU...
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From President Terenzio’s Blog

Campus Communication re: Strategic Planning process In a series of well-attended informal coffee sessions that I hosted, along with the Strategic Planning leadership team, the campus community has provided ins...

Faculty Article: How Academe Helped to Elect Trump

by J.M. Anderson (Dean of the School of Business and Liberal Arts and Sciences) from The James G. Martin Center for Academic Renewal –   President Trump scares academe. Many feel threatened, under siege, rej...
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From President Terenzio’s Blog

Campus Communication re: Strategic Planning process In a series of well-attended informal coffee sessions that I hosted, along with the Strategic Planning leadership team, the campus community has provided ins...