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Fall 2019 – Designing the Future

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Winter 2019 – The Food Issue: Meet the Makers

We’ve taken our magazine digital – publishing online. This new format is the product of a progressive, sustainability-driven act of change we believe helps us fortify connections to our readers. In addition to allowing us to bring you multimedia content, we are also able to save the College reams of paper and other resources. Of course, the magazine will remain completely free and continue showcasing the remarkable accomplishments of members of our community.

The Food Issue: Meet the Makers
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Summer 2018 – Living Our Vision, Mission, Values

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Autumn 2017 – The Research Issue | Global Implications

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Summer 2017 – To Grow To Sustain To Renew

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Autumn 2016 – Growing Forward

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Summer 2016 – Why I’m Coming Home

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Autumn 2015 – Infinite Possibilities Begin Here

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Summer 2015 – Cultivating Partnerships with the World


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More News

In 2003, our student chapter of The Wildlife Society started the Women in Wildlife Campfire Cookout. Twenty years later, this important tradition still lives on!

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“The only reason I felt I could succeed at grad school was because of the support I got and the foundation I received at SUNY Cobleskill.” — Brieanna Hughes, Animal Science BT '15

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This week, students from the Agricultural Business Management Program attended the Northeast Cooperative Council and CoBank Annual Meeting. They heard from economists, policy influencers, and industry specialists, on the importance of cooperatives in the agriculture complex. https://t.co/5UqTr9mEnY SUNYCobleskill photo
Alumna Easton Murray returns to SUNY Cobleskill to lead the development of a new one-year Agricultural Mechanics certificate. Here’s more about Easton and her position as Outreach Specialist for Agricultural Workforce Development.

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Due to the forecasted snow overnight and into tomorrow, all classes are canceled for Tuesday, Feb. 28. Please be safe.
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