Schemerhorn, Nancy, 2018


Schemerhorn, Nancy, 2018

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Nancy Schemerhorn was born in the Cortland/McGraw area and lived here for her entire life. She has been working for SUNY Cortland for 17 years. She loves her job and says that it helps fulfill her. Nancy does not like the use of cell phones and personally believes that they are causing a reduction in interpersonal relationships in family and social lives. Nancy talks about a negative experience that she had when a student made a mock Twitter account impersonating her and how her friend and coworkers helped her deal with that experience. Nancy talks about a local cider mill were students can get the best cider, as well as a restaurant that she believes is a hidden gem of Cortland.

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Marleny Abreu is originally from Rockland County, New York. She is a transfer student at SUNY Cortland majoring in Early Childhood Education with a concentration in history. William McNeill is from Brentwood, Long Island, New York. He is an Archaeology and History Major at SUNY Cortland. This interview is part of an Oral History class under the teaching of Evan Faulkenbury during fall 2018 semester.


Interview was conducted by Marleny Abreu and William McNeill on October 17, 2018.


Nancy Schemerhorn, Oral Histories, SUNY Cortland

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These oral histories express the personal views, memories, and opinions of the interviewee. They do not represent the policy, views, or official history of SUNY Cortland.

Schemerhorn, Nancy, 2018