An Unexpected Collaboration

You might not see it right away, but there is a connection between SUNY Cobleskill’s Applied Psychology and Sport and Exercise Programs. It stems from a research project extending into the fall of 2019. Led by Applied Psychology student Sabrina Cassese, with guidance from faculty members Drs. Amy Corbett and Mary Guerrant, the project examines

Infant Mental Health Curriculum Provides Foundational, Expanding Knowledge

Recent advancements in the field of infant/early childhood mental health are so expansive, that SUNY Cobleskill’s Early Childhood Program offers a dedicated course on the subject. It puts the College in rare company: SUNY Cobleskill is one of the first and only colleges in New York requiring its undergraduates to gain exposure in an area

Generations Together, Rural-Influence, Characterize Early Childhood Education

In some cases, participants are more than 75 years apart in age. Yet there is more similarity than difference in the pursuits SUNY Cobleskill’s Early Childhood Program is leading. The “Generations Together” program, developed by Dr. Gail Wentworth, as a senior fellow of the Institute for Rural Vitality, and the “Growing Up WILD” environmental education