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News & Events

November 30, 2020

Chancellor Malatras Launches SUNY Veteran and Military Action Council

Chancellor Malatras Launches SUNY Veteran and Military Action Council to Help Expand Access and Lower Cost to a College Education for All Military-Connected Students State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras has announced the formation of the SUNY Veteran and Military Action Council (VMAC).  Co-chaired by University at Albany President Havidán Rodríguez and Finger […]

November 24, 2020

SUNY Launches a Comprehensive Plan to Expand Access to Mental Health Services to Every Student

In response to a nationwide uptick in mental health and wellness needs among college students due to the impact of COVID-19, State University of New York Chancellor Jim Malatras has announced a comprehensive plan to expand access to mental health services to every student at SUNY’s 64 campuses. The announcement was made from SUNY Downstate […]

November 18, 2020

C-GCC Foundation Benefits from $2,500 #MetzWoodCares Donation

As part of its ongoing community outreach initiative #MetzWoodCares, MetzWood Insurance of Chatham, N.Y., recently presented the Columbia-Greene Community College Foundation with a $2,500 contribution to support collegiate programming and student assistance funds. The weekly program charges MetzWood Insurance employees to with choosing a non-profit organization in the community that is important to them to […]

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November 17, 2020

Fun Fall Adventures from the Health Matters Committee

While we are still enjoying some great fall weather, why not check out the scenery in our  counties and those that neighbor us: DUTCHESS Outdoor recreation in Dutchess County includes biking, hiking, horseback riding, kayaking, archery, skeet shooting and more. ALBANY Hike the trails at the Albany Pine Bush, kayak at Thompson Lake State Park, […]

Dispatch from the C-GCC Library: A Holiday Reading List!

For complete lists of these offerings, contact the Library at 518.828.4181, extension 3286, or by e-mailing reference@sunycgcc.edu. Light another candle : the story and meaning of Hanukkah  Chaikin, Miriam.; Demi, illustrator. ©1981  Available at C-GCC Library Circulating Collection (BM695.H3 C45)     Mr. Dickens and his carol  Silva, Samantha, author. 2017  Available at C-GCC Library Circulating Collection (PS3619.I544345 M7 2017)     Thanksgiving : the biography […]

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November 9, 2020

Biological Sciences and a lot of Hot Air!

Human Biology students at Columbia-Greene Community College are currently conducting at-home experiments as part of their study of vital capacity — the maximum volume of air one can exhale after maximal inhalation — under the direction of Assistant Professor of Biological Sciences Melissa Boles, Ph.D. Boles explained the experiment helps teach the concept by having […]

October 30, 2020

The Horror! Returns to the Library

One of CoGreene’s October traditions, the Library’s Horror Display, has returned! The Horror Display is a collaboration between the Library and the course CO 106, Introduction to Film, taught by Carl Nabozny to showcase the Horror Genre as it is represented in film. Each day, the Horror Display shows a feature-length film highlighting the genre […]

October 26, 2020

C-GCC Trustee Publishes Tenth Book: Putting People Back in Politics

Edward Schneier, Ph.D., Chairman of the Columbia-Greene Community College Board of Trustees and City College of the City University of New York Professor Emeritus, recently announced publication of his tenth book: Putting People Back in Politics – The Revival of American Democracy.  Schneier’s book, which he refers to as a “campaign guide,” explains why a new politics of interpersonal engagement can help renew […]

C-GCC Trustee Publishes Tenth Book: Putting People Back in Politics