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GRADUATE STUDIES NEWSLETTER Volume 5 Issue 2 (607) 753-4800 November 2007 CORTLAND ALUMNUS: on state assessments, or the Inside this Issue school scores in the top 10% on Principal’s School - Cortland Alumnus (p.1) state assessments. - The College Reading Association Wins National Honor “The success of the students (p. 1) Chris Harper, a graduate of of this school is attributed to - Graduate Studies Ofﬁce info (p. 1) - Apply to Graduate info (p. 2) the Cortland Mohawk Valley the teamwork I see daily,” Chris - 2007-2008 Graduate Coordinators Graduate Center, is currently Harper said during an after- (p. 2) the principal of Westmoreland noon assembly. “You all work - Winter Session reminder (p. 2) Road Elementary School. On together to make Westmoreland - Preliminary Summer Session October 2nd, the school cel- Courses (pp. 3-5) Road School what it is today.” - Frequently Called Phone Numbers ebrated being named a 2007 No The school was chosen for the (p. 6) Child Left Behind Blue Ribbon federal honor because students - Fall 2007 Academic Calendar (p. 6) School by the U.S. Department met yearly academic improve- - Weather Related Cancellations of Education. ment goals for ﬁve years. It is (p. 6) The national honor rewards one of 16 schools in the state, - SUNY Cortland has a New Logo! public schools that meet either and one of nearly 300 in the (p. 6) of two criteria: 40% of the stu- country to receive the designa- Check out the latest news dents come from disadvantaged tion. and events at backgrounds that dramatically Taken from the Utica Observer- www.cortland.edu improve student performance Dispatch, October 2, 2007 The College Happy Fall! Reading Association Ellen Jampole and Pamela Sum- Electronic copies of this mers (both in the Literacy Depart- and previous newsletters ment) will present with Ruth Oswald (University of Akron) at the 51st An- are available at nual Conference of the College Read- www.cortland.edu/ ing Association on November 2nd in gradstudies/newsletter.html Salt Lake City, UT. The workshop is titled “At a Crossroads about Submit- ting and Reviewing Proposals?” Questions? No More Paper Ellen will also preside over the Board of Directors’ meetings and Graduate Studies Ofﬁce Grade Reports! deliver her presidential address at the Brockway Hall, room 216 All grade reports will now conference at the Legislative Assem- Monday through Friday be accessed electronically bly. 7:30 a.m.-4:30 p.m. through Bannerweb. If you are interested in learning From the Main Menu, click Phone: (607) 753-4800 about the College Reading Associa- Academic Services, then tion, please go to www.collegeread- Fax: (607) 753-5988 E-mail: Student Records Menu, then ingassociation.org and see the organi- Final Grades. zation’s focus, publications, and other email@example.com information about CRA. Graduate Studies Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 Page 2 POTENTIAL GRADS: It’s Time to Apply to Graduate! If you are a graduate student who has earned 18 or more credit hours and you plan to complete all your degree requirements by December 2008, you are eligible to apply on-line to graduate. In fact, you must ofﬁcially apply to graduate in order to receive your degree and diploma. It is very easy to apply to graduate on the SUNY Cortland BannerWeb system. All you need to do is log onto Bannerweb using your Cortland ID number and select “Academic Services/Registrar” from the menu. Then click on “Graduation and Commencement Menu” then “Degree and Diploma Application.” After this, you just follow the on-screen instructions and complete the informa- tion that is requested. The last page of this application process will conﬁrm that you have successfully APPLIED for your degree and diploma. You can not actually receive a degree or diploma until ALL requirements are completed, including student teaching, internships, ﬁeldwork and comprehensive exams. You must also make up any incomplete grades. For example, if you have an incomplete grade from Spring Semester and complete your coursework in July, then your degree date will be August. You will receive your diploma and free transcript approximately two months after your degree date. All students who complete their degree requirements by December 2008 are eligible to participate in the May 2008 commencement ceremony. Diplomas, however, are not handed out at the ceremony, but will be mailed to you. 2007-2008 Graduate Coordinators Get Ahead or Department... Coordinator Telephone Email Educational Catch Up by Leadership... Mary Kinsella 5685 firstname.lastname@example.org Sciences ... Rena Janke 2907 email@example.com Taking a Winter Childhood (MSED)... Beth Klein Childhood (MST)... Kim Rombach 5682 5687 firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com Course Right Here at TSD... Cindy Moriarity 5526 firstname.lastname@example.org SUNY Cortland! English (MA)... Denise Knight 2075 email@example.com English (MAT)... Noralyn Masselink 2068 firstname.lastname@example.org English (MSED)... Noralyn Masselink 2068 email@example.com Exercise Science... Peter McGinnis 4909 firstname.lastname@example.org Geography... Elizabeth Fraser 2992 email@example.com Look for ofﬁcial course Health... Joe Governali 2988 firstname.lastname@example.org listings on-line at www. History (MA)... Bill Sharp 5482 email@example.com cortland.edu/registrar/ Literacy... Ellen Jampole 2460 firstname.lastname@example.org coursescheduleregistration. Math... Isa Jubran 2968 email@example.com PE... JoEllen Bailey (758)5300 firstname.lastname@example.org html. Any questions? Contact Recreation... Anderson Young 4951 email@example.com the Winter Session Ofﬁce, 216 Second Language Brockway Hall at (607) 753- Education... Colleen Kattau 2025 firstname.lastname@example.org 4800. Social Studies (MSED)... Bill Sharp 5482 email@example.com Sports Management... James Reese 4118 firstname.lastname@example.org Graduate Studies Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 Page 3 Summer Session 2008 This is a preliminary listing of what we hope to offer as of Fall 2008. It is possible that some courses will be added, and/or that those listed may have to be withdrawn if enrollment is insufﬁcient (fewer than 10 students/course) or for other reasons beyond our control. In addition, courses may be added as we review and ﬁnalize our schedule. Please check our web site at http://www.cortland.edu/registrar/cours- escheduleregistration.html in early March. ASYNCH are all on-line. HYBRID are on-line and will have some on-campus meetings. Courses marked with ** are limited to majors already accepted in a degree program. Five Week Session I (May 21 - June 25) Courses meet Monday through Friday for one hour and 35 minutes, OR two evenings per week for three hours and 45 minutes. AED 492 HYBRID: Methods II Field Experience in Adolescence GRY 370 ASYNCH: Will the World Provide? (on line) Mathematics WI (on line and on campus) GRY 529 TP: Teaching Geography through Film AED 661 Language Development in Adolescence for Non-Literature HIS 101 The World Since 1500 Majors HIS 200 The United States to 1877 ANT/SOC 230 Prejudice & Discrimination HIS 329 TP: History of Food ASL 101 Beginning American Sign Language I HIS 509 New York State History ATR 421 Care and Prevention of Athletic Injuries HLH 111 ASYNCH: International Health and Culture (on line) BIO 110 Principles of Biology I HLH 163 ASYNCH: The HIV Epidemic (on line) BIO 301 Human Anatomy & Physiology I HLH 210 ASYNCH: Wellness and Health Promotion CHE 221 General Chemistry (Lecture/Lab) HLH 557 ASYNCH: Seminar in Wellness (on line) CHE 301 Organic Chemistry I (Lecture/Lab) HLH 635 School Health Program COM 304 ASYNCH: Communication Research (on line) LIT 630** Literacy and Society COM 421 ASYNCH: Mass Media Advertising (on line) LIT 680** Assessment and Instruction of Learners Experiencing Lit ECO 110 Principles of Macroeconomics eracy Difﬁculties, Birth to Grade 6 ECO 352 Principles of Finance LIT 698** Master’s Project in Literacy ECO 366 ASYNCH: Economics of Sport (on line) MAT 111 HYBRID: Algebra for College Students (on line and on EDL 616 Principles of Curriculum Leadership (Broome County area) campus) EDL 657 Principles of Organizational Leadership MAT 272 HYBRID: Linear Algebra (on line and on campus) EDL 680** Principal Leadership MAT 480 HYBRID: History of Mathematics (on line and on campus) EDL 683 Principles of Specials Programs Leadership**(Broome MAT 501 Fundamental Concepts of Math County area) MAT 604 Algebraic Structures II EDU 470** Foundation and Organization of Modern Education (WI) MGT 250 ASYNCH: Principles of Management (on line) EDU 514** Teaching Elementary School Social Studies POL 100 ASYNCH: Intro to American Government and Politics (on EDU 524** Democracy and Social Education line) EDU 531 Creativity in Curriculum and Instruction PSY 101 ASYNCH: General Psychology I (on line) EDU 551** eLearning and the American Classroom PSY/AAS/CIN 210 ASYNCH: Race & Gender Role Stereotypes (on EDU/WST 552 HYBRID: Gender in Education (on line and on line) campus) PSY 231 ASYNCH: Child Psychology (on line) EDU 671 HYBRID: Issues in Foundations of Education (on line and PSY 331 ASYNCH: Psych of the Exceptional Child (on line) on campus) PSY 332 ASYNCH: Educational Psychology (on line) ENG 200 Introduction to Literature PSY 435/535 ASYNCH: Health Psychology (on line) ENG 306 ASYNCH: Advanced Writing Workshop (WI) (on line) PWR 213 Writing Poetry (WI) ENG 529 TP: The New Negro and the South SPE 510 Teaching the Special Education Learner in the General Edu EXS 351 Philosophy of Sport (WI) cation Classroom EXS 387 Biomechanics SAB 240 European Sport Study Tour I EXS 397 Exercise Physiology SPE 652 TSD Master’s Projects** EXS 410 Ethics in Sport (WI) SPA 101 Beginning Spanish I EXS 420 History of Physical Activity and Sport in American Culture SPA 201 Intermediate Spanish I FSA 103 Gender, Race and Class Issues in Education SPM 100 Introduction to Computer Applications FSA 400** Foundations of Education (WI) SPM 287 Fantasy Sports and Sport Video Gaming GLY 476 Geologic Field Methods SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II GLY 481 Field Geology SPM 330 Sport Media Management GLY 550 Geology of New York State (May 22 - June 12) SPM 335 IT in Sport Management GLY 573 ASYNCH: History of Geology (on line) SPM 566 Business and Finance of Sport GLY 581 Advanced Field Geology THT 100 Introduction to Theatre Graduate Studies Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 Page 4 Summer Session 2008 (cont.) Five Week Session II (July 1 - August 5) Courses meet Monday through Friday for one hour and 35 minutes, OR two evenings per week for three hours and 45 minutes. AAS 129 Beginning Blues Guitar HIS 529 TP: The Atlantic World AED 540 Technologies in Adolescence Mathematics Classroom HIS 538 Teaching about Holocaust ANT 329 TP: ASYNCH: Anthropology of Globalization HIS 351/CIN 251 History and Film ASL 102 Begin American Sign Language II HLH 163 ASYNCH: The HIV Epidemic ATR 101 Introduction to Athletic Training HLH 510 Pro Seminar: Health Foundations BIO 111 Principles of Biology II HLH 529 TP: Asynch: Seinfeld and Health BIO 302 Human Anatomy & Physiology II LIT 516** Teach Literacy - Intermediate Grades (Off Campus) COM 230/PSY/MAT 201/ECO 221 ASYNCH: Statistical Methods LIT 549 Literacy in Middle and Second School COM/AAS 436 ASYNCH: Films of Spike Lee LIT 693** Literacy Practicum ECO 366 ASYNCH: Economics of Sport LIT 698** Master’s Project in Literacy EDL 613 Principles of Financial Leadership MAT 502 Applied Concepts In Adolescent Math EDL 613 Principles of Financial Leadership (Broome County Area) POL 101 ASYNCH: Intro: World Politics EDL 678 Strategic Supervision and Leadership POL 110 ASYNCH: Politics and Multiculturalism EDL 678 Strategic Supervision and Leadership (Broome County POL 326 ASYNCH: State and Local Government Area) POL 456 ASYNCH: Politics of the Middle East EDU 103 Race, Class & Gender Education (WI) PSY 101 ASYNCH: Introduction to Psychology EDU 568 Environmental and Outdoor Education (July 11, 12, 13 and PSY 332 ASYNCH: Educational Psychology July 25, 26, 27) PSY 533 ASYNCH: Advanced Developmental Psych EDU 650** Educational Assessment PSY 605 ASYNCH: Psychology of Exceptional Child ENG 202 Intro to Fiction PWR 340 Writing Sports Literature (WI) ENG 203 Introduction to Poetry (WI) REC 360 ASYNCH: Camp Counseling and Outdoor Education ENG 306 ASYNCH: Advanced Writing Workshop (WI) REC 425/EDU 515 Leisure Education WI (July 18, 19, 20 and August ENG 529 TP: ASYNCH: Cyberpunk Literature 1, 2, 3) ENG 646 Studies in the Victorian Era SAB 240 European SPM Study Tour II EXS 397 Exercise Physiology SOC 100 American Society FSA 400** Foundations of Education (WI) SPA 102 Beginning Spanish II GRY 125 Human Geography in Global Development SPA 202 Intermediate Spanish II GRY 370 ASYNCH: Will the World Provide? SPA 615 Seminar in Spanish Peninsular Literature GRY 524 GIS in the K-12 Classroom SPE 620** Discipline & Social Skills GRY 529 TP: Teaching the Geography of Africa SPE 652** Master’s Project HIS 111 West Civilization Since 1715 SPM 100 ASYNCH: Introduction to Computer Applications HIS 430 Vietnam War SPM 287 ASYNCH: Fantasy Sports and Sport Video Gamin HIS 448 Rise and Fall of Nazi Germany SPM 330 ASYNCH: Sport Media Management HIS 529 TP: The Crusades SPM 335 ASYNCH: IT in Sport Management SPM 566 ASYNCH: Business and Finance of Sport Mohawk Valley Graduate Center Course Listings Session I (May 21 - June 25) Session II (July 1 - August 5) EDL 657 Principles of Organizational Leadership EDL 616 Principles of Curriculum Leadership EDL 683** Principles of Special Programs Leadership EDL 690** EDL 678 Strategic Supervision and Leadership Principles of School District Leadership EDL 690** Principles of School District Leadership LIT 528** Language Development and Literacy LIT 610** Literacy History & Research LIT 540** Current Issues and Assessment and Instruction Birth to LIT 693** Literacy Practicum Grade 6 LIT 560** Children’s Literature LIT 630** Literacy and Society SPE 510 Teaching the Special Education Learner in the General Education Classroom ASYNCH are all on-line. HYBRID are on-line and will have some on-campus meetings. Courses marked with ** are limited to majors already accepted in a degree program. Graduate Studies Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 Page 5 Summer Session 2008 (cont.) Summer Session Short Courses Courses meet Monday through Friday for one hour and 35 minutes, OR two evenings per week for three hours and 45 minutes. TERM A TERM C May 21 - June 6 July 1 - July 17 ANT 102 Intro to Cultural Anthropology ECO 352 ASYNCH: Principles of Finance ECO 221/COM 230/MAT/PSY 201 Economic Statistics EDL 690** Principles of School District Leadership (July 7 - July 11) ECO 352 ASYNCH: Principles of Finance EDU 470** Foundation and Organization of Modern Education WI GRY 221 Social Geography EDU/EST 548 The Adirondack Classroom (July 13 - 18) (Racquette HIS 110 Western Civilization I Lake) HLH 110 ASYNCH: Personal and Community Health EDU 648 Seminar in Science Education (July 9 - 16) (Racquette HLH 265 ASYNCH: Health and the Child Lake) HLH 599** ASYNCH: Public Health Statistics HIS 529 TP: American Revolutionary Era (July 7 - 11) PED 531 Inclusive Outdoor Education (plus June 7, 8 weekend) ICC 621 Linguistics for Foreign Language Teachers SOC/ANT 322 ASYNCH: Sociocultural Study of HIV/AIDS PED 637 HYBRID: Preschool Movement Programs (July 1 - 9 on campus, July 10 - 15 on line) PED 638 Positive Behavior Management and Discipline TERM B TERM D June 9 - June 24 July 21 - August 5 ECO 352 ASYNCH: Principles of Finance Currently EDL 616 Principles of Curriculum Leadership (July 21 - July 25) HIS 351 History in Film: Premodern Europe Full Summer Courses (May 21 - August 5) Courses meet Monday through Friday for one hour and 35 minutes, OR two evenings per week for three hours and 45 minutes. EDU 652** Master’s Project REC/SAB 476 Wilderness Leadership Education HLH 694** Assessment and Evaluation REC/SAB 676 Wilderness Leadership Education PED 651** Comprehensive Exam Seminar-C&I SPM 277 ASYNCH: The Business of Motorsports PED 651** Comprehensive Exam Seminar-ADPE SPM 686** Thesis PSY 311 ASYNCH: Motivation Courses for Students in our On-Line Programs ATR 521** HYBRID: Contemporary Issues in Athletic Training PED 651** HYBRID: Comprehensive Exam Seminar-COAP EDU 632** HYBRID: Seminar in Health Education SPM 510** HYBRID: Sport Enterprise EXS 546** HYBRID: Behavior in Sport SPM 525** HYBRID: Sport History and Governance EXS 558** HYBRID: Physiological Principles of Conditioning for SPM 529** TP: HYBRID: Sales Strategies in Sport Sports SPM 529** TP: HYBRID: Ethics in Sport HLH 593** HYBRID: Methods and Practices in Community Health SPM 536** HYBRID: Digital Video Analysis Education SPM 537** HYBRID: Advanced Digital Video Analysis PED 610** HYBRID: Readings in Physical Education SPM 538** HYBRID: Applied Digital Video Analysis PED 611** HYBRID: Research Methods in Physical Education SPM 635** HYBRID: Information Technology in Sport PED 613** HYBRID: Philosophy and Principles of Coaching SPM 670** HYBRID: Sport Law PED 625** HYBRID: Lifespan Motor Development SPM 675** HYBRID: International Sport Law PED 633** HYBRID: Inclusive Coaching Methods and Program Internships, ﬁeld work, and practica offered to SUNY Cortland’s own students are not included in this listing, nor are independent study courses. Courses marked with an ** are limited to majors already accepted in a degree program. Please check our web site at http://www.cortland.edu/registrar/coursescheduleregistration.html in early March. Graduate Studies Newsletter Volume 5 Issue 2 Page 6 Frequently Called Phone Fall 2007 Academic Numbers Calendar Athletics Department (607) 753-4963 ASC (Dining Services) (607) 753-4627 All Classes Begin......................................Mon. Aug. 27 Bursar/Student Accounts (607) 753-2313 Labor Day (no classes in session).............Mon. Sept. 3 Campus Activities/Corey Union (607) 753-2321 1st-Quarter Student Teaching Begins.......Tues. Sept. 4 Rosh Hashanah*...................................Thurs. Sept. 13 Campus Information/Switchboard (607) 753-2011 Yom Kippur *.............................................Sat. Sept. 22 Financial Advisement (607) 753-4717 1st-Quarter Classes End...........................Thur. Oct. 11 Graduate Studies (607) 753-4800 Oct. Break begins after all night classes...Thur. Oct. 11 Library Classes Resume (2nd Quarter Begins)......Mon Oct. 15 Circulation Desk (607) 753-2526 1st-Quarter Student Teaching Ends.............Fri. Oct. 19 Reference Desk (607) 753-2590 2nd-Quarter Student Teaching Begins......Mon. Oct. 22 Registrar`s O ce (transcripts) (607) 753-4702 Thanksgiving Recess Begins – 8 a.m......Wed. Nov. 21 Technology Help Center (607) 753-5793 Classes Resume – 8 a.m..........................Mon. Nov. 26 University Police Last Day for In-Class Examinations**..........Fri. Nov. 30 Emergencies (24 hours) (607) 753-2111 All Classes End.............................................Fri. Dec. 7 Study Days................................Sat./Sun. Dec. 8 and 9 or 911 Final Exam Period............Mon. Dec. 10 to Fri. Dec. 14 Non-emergencies (607) 753-2112 2nd-Quarter Student Teaching Ends........Wed. Dec. 19 Winter/Summer Session (607) 753-4800 *No examinations or quizzes may be given during the periods des- DEPARTMENTS: ignated for observance of religious holidays. Observance of Jewish holidays will begin at 4 p.m. the day before the holiday and end at 7 Childhood Education (607) 753-2449 p.m. the day of the holiday. Educational Leadership (607) 753-2444 ** No examinations or quizzes may be given during the ﬁve class days preceding the ﬁnal exam period without the approval of the English (607) 753-4308 dean. Ex. Science & Sports Studies (607) 753-4300 Foundations & Social Adv. (607) 753-2447 Health (607) 753-4225 Weather Related History/Social Studies International Culture & Comm. (607) 753-2723 (607) 753-4303 Cancellations Weather related class cancellation will apply to all Literacy (607) 753-2705 courses on the Cortland campus, including the Beard Mathematics (607) 753-4326 Building and courses with on-line delivery. 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