No Stage Fright for N.A.M.A.

students at NAMA conference

The relationship between agricultural business and improv is intensifying, and thanks to SUNY Cobleskill, the Institute for Rural Vitality, some creative thinking, and Charles Gushue, program coordinator for Aunt Karen’s Farm artist incubator residency, a new course called “Improvisation as a Life Skill”  has launched this fall. The idea emerged out of the Institute’s ongoing

A Foundation Upon Which to Grow

Easton Murray ’16 credits her time at SUNY Cobleskill for developing a great number of skills. “The Agricultural Engineering [Department] showed me I am capable of more than just turning wrenches,” says Murray. “[It] challenged me to learn about different types of equipment and taught me how to channel my knowledge so it could be

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Thomas Coene ’19 accrued much information while completing his Agricultural Business Management Bachelor’s degree, including the positive impact his return to SUNY Cobleskill to earn his Associate’s in Sustainable Crop Production would have on his career. While the thought of launching into a new degree immediately upon completing another is a dauting ask of many

Beyond the Farm

As one of the first institutions to cultivate a partnership with John Deere, and one of the few, SUNY Cobleskill and its Agricultural Engineering Department are ahead of the curve in training technicians to work on industry equipment. The education, designed, fine-tuned, and delivered on repeat, has helped countless graduates earn sought-after careers. “We are