At SUNY Cobleskill, we have much to be thankful for: our beautiful setting, our dedicated faculty and staff, our first-rate academics, and a student body with a history of remarkable achievements. We are grateful as well to all those – quite likely including you – who have given so much to our College through the
Founded by SUNY Cobleskill president Marion Terenzio in March of 2017 as a presidential initiative, the Institute for Rural Vitality’s mission is straightforward: to apply the College’s many resources to collaborations with people, organizations and businesses located throughout our region. From that simple charge has grown a constantly lengthening list of significant projects and activities.
“Some of the students here are natural-born leaders,” observes Donna Pesta, Director of SUNY Cobleskill’s Center for Career Development, “but there are others who we sense have the potential to develop into leaders if they’re just given the right guidance, practice and support. Providing those things is what Coby Quest is designed to do.” Launched
It was about five years ago that a number of SUNY Cobleskill’s faculty members had a big idea: namely, that the College needed to make a concerted, officially sanctioned effort to ensure the campus was practicing environmental sustainability. Soon, a Sustainability Advisory Board composed of faculty, staff and students was established, and the work began.
Three new facilities will offer unique learning opportunities – and more While most of the SUNY Cobleskill community is away for the summer, there is a lot of construction activity on campus. By the time classes begin in the fall, three new facilities will be up and running, each of them dedicated to both hands-on
A new place for the past The Van Wagenen Library Archives & Special Collections at SUNY Cobleskill’s Van Wagenen Library have long been a dynamic and multi-faceted resource, and they are now an even more indispensable asset, with expanded archive space and a vast collection of newly curated pieces to fill it. The Archive’s new