Mastering the Written Word

The Communication in Technology Program at SUNY Cobleskill exposes students to a range of topics. It is something that goes hand-in-hand with an education built around transferable skills, says Heather Knott ’16. Currently living in the Boston area, Knott is pursuing a master’s degree in Liberal Arts at Harvard University Extension School, with a concentration

Navigating the Industry

Colleen Holmes (Mahoney) ’12 originally planned to study Equine Science. Before her freshman year at SUNY Cobleskill she changed course, entering college as an Early Childhood major. One summer later she entered the Communications in Technology Program. “I was talking to my mom after my first year,” recounts Holmes, “and she said something like ‘you

Michael Gorman, Class of ’84, Recounts Fond Memories

Throughout his childhood, into his college years, and still now in his professional life, Michael Gorman has been fascinated by the notion of place. The Class of ’84 alumnus, who earned his Associate’s degree in Landscape Development, says that for him, SUNY Cobleskill was the right place. “My first thought about college was that I

Finding Their Voices

The field of communications moves quickly. Changing channels, changing formats, and changing consumer tastes are just some of the obstacles. The latest technology is apt to change by the time you finish this article. Assistant Professor Doug Flanagan has the solution: “I just need to be everywhere all the time. I need to reach my