Critical Race Training in Education

SUNY Cortland

Undergraduate

Mailing Address
32 Graham Ave
Cortland, New York 13045
Phone
(607) 753-2011
Email address
admissions@cortland.edu
School Information
"From your first steps on campus, you’ll feel the spirit of Cortland. It’s an energy that extends from the classroom to competition to the community. SUNY Cortland stands out as one of New York’s top public universities — a medium-sized school that offers academic strength across 68 majors, a high quality of student life and a degree that pays back graduates. Reputations in teacher education and health-related majors laid the foundation for exciting new programs related to business, natural sciences, the arts and specialized professional fields. Our students, faculty and staff members are invested in the world around them. Whether it’s a class assignment, independent research or a passion project, Red Dragons look to make a difference. We hope you’ll see it for yourself. Learn more about our active student clubs. Taste the food in our dining halls. Meet people who will change your life. And discover what we mean by being all in." (Source: http://www2.cortland.edu/about/)
General Information
In addition to forming the President's Council on Inclusive Excellence and providing BLM resources as part of its anti-racist resources, SUNY Cortland has expanding its financial support for anti-racist research. The university's $2,000 ImPACt civic engagement scholarship will now reward "antiracist work" among other initiatives. See developments below:

Activity

  • Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training

    Faculty members of the President’s Council on Inclusive Excellence attended three training workshops with the Black Lives and Liberation Forum.

  • Political Actions and Support for Anti-Racism

    University lists Black Lives Matter and website of Ibram X. Kendi as part of anti-racist resources.

  • Resources

    Global Literacy Conference will feature sessions on anti-racist online literacy teaching.

  • Program and Research Funding

    $2,000 ImPACt civic engagement scholarship rewards "antiracist work" among other initiatives.

  • Resources

    "All members of the campus community are invited to take part in the 21-day anti-racism challenge to in part foster awareness, compassion and understanding".

  • Resources

    University's Black History Month programming includes seminars titled “Eastern Europe, Anti-Black Racism and the Unfinished Project of Decolonization” and “The Scramble for Anti-racist College Campuses: Rethinking Strategies for Racial Justice in the American Polity."

  • Resources

    The university has an Anti-Racism Task Force, which aims to "proactively identify and address matters related to racism on campus that serve as barriers or inhibitors of maximum academic, social and personal success for our BIPOC students. Furthermore, we strive to contribute to the creation of a campus climate that is socially and racially inclusive, diverse and just for ALL our students."

  • Anti-Racism, Bias, and Diversity Training

    The university's Anti-Racism Task Force will be, "Developing tools and appropriate methods for educating our campus on issues of racism and ways to properly address these matters in an anti-racist manner."

  • Re-Imagining Policing

    The SUNY Cortland University Police "will continue to train our members on topics that include implicit bias and de-escalation to ensure that we support a system that guarantees equal justice under the law for every community member. We will routinely review our policies and procedures to ensure they support an anti-racist culture."

Last updated February 28th, 2022