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February 12

The application for the Summer Undergraduate Research Program (SURP) is closing on February 22, 2024. Interested faculty should encourage their students to apply.

Photo of computer science major Laura Fonseca-Llorca sitting at a table with their laptop open, showing an AI model they created
January 29

Annual competition challenges students to implement artificial intelligence into real world applications.

Morgan Wiater and Stacey Do
December 5

Funding from the National Science Foundation supports underrepresented groups and builds a community to increase retention in STEM fields.

Students on a boat catching fish for research in Lake Ontario
October 30

A 15-year-long monitoring program offers students and faculty the opportunity to take part in research to protect and improve the health of the Great Lakes.

Allison Blum at summer research experience with NRAO
October 4

Physics student detects changes in space using radio waves through an internship with the National Radio Astronomy Observatory in New Mexico.

Professors Elizabeth Garner Masarik and Milo Obourn
September 1

Milo Obourn and Elizabeth Garner Masarik receive funding from SUNY to promote the education of diversity and gender issues in New York State.

February 20
Submit your abstract by March 1, 2023 for a one day conference at Maritime College. Meet other students and faculty in the SUNY system for a full day of activities, including sessions devoted to student presentations.
January 30

SURP supports ongoing scholarly and creative activities that exemplify learning while doing, where undergraduate students are actively engaged in discovery with a faculty mentor during the summer. Applications are due by Thursday, February 23, 2023.

Emma Sargent
January 30
National Science Foundation taps physics major in new research to combat Alzheimer’s Disease.
January 9
It’s time to think about summer research. SURP supports ongoing scholarly and creative activities that exemplify learning while doing, where undergraduate students are actively engaged in discovery with a faculty mentor during the summer.
October 20
Dr. Cody Miller, Assistant Professor of English education, and his colleagues published a paper examining how Marvel superhero young adult literature adaptations address youth empowerment and political engagement.
May 31
Graduate students, Dan Beers, Kyle Morton, and Kylee Wilson alongside Drs Rachel Schultz and Matthew Altenritter attended and presented their research at the 2022 Joint Aquatic Sciences Meeting held in Grand Rapids, Michigan from May 14-20, 2022.
May 10
Dr. Jacques Rinchard and his collaborators received a four-year research grant from the Great Lakes Fishery Commission to conduct research on sea lamprey aquaculture and procurement (SLAP) initiative.
April 27
Jarrod Ludwig presented his research work at the SUNY Undergraduate Research Conference (SURC) held in Buffalo State College on Saturday, April 23, 2022.
April 13

Undergraduate students, Desmond Barber, Anthony DiMariano, and Jarrod Ludwig, presented their research at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR) held virtually on April 4-8, 2022.

February 6

Applications for Summer Undergraduate Research are now being accepted and are due on Thursday, February 24 (2022) at 5 pm.

Matthew Too, double major in biochemistry and mathematics, receiving an Undergraduate Research Award at the 2021 Eastern Analytical Sympo...
December 20

Matthew Too, a double major in biochemistry and mathematics, received an undergraduate research award at the 2021 Eastern Analytical Symposium and Exposition at the Crowne Plaza Princeton Conference Center, Plainsboro, NJ.

November 16
Aaron Heisey, Environmental Science and Ecology graduate student, received a $240 student travel grant from SUNY Brockport to present his research virtually at the 151st Annual Meeting of the American Fisheries Society meeting.
November 5
The Institutional Review Board (IRB) is looking for a community member to join the board in the spring.
October 20
Dr. Jacques Rinchard received a $10,800 research grant from the University of Vermont to evaluate fatty acid signatures in Lake Champlain lake trout and their prey species.
October 19
Call for students to submit abstracts by October 20, 2021, to NCUR. SUNY Brockport will support students to present their research at NCUR 2022, held virtually on April 4 - 8, 2022.
Jacques Rinchard professional photo
October 12
Dr. Jacques Rinchard was awarded $69,927 from the U.S. Geological Survey - Lake Ontario Biological Station, through the Cooperative Ecosystem Studies Unit network, to monitor thiamine deficiency in lake trout from the Great Lakes region.
October 7
Dr. Matthew Altenritter and Dr. Jacques Rinchard will be conducting a Creel Survey as part of the NYS Reimagine the Canals Fishery Pilot Project, with funding from BuroHappold Engineering.
September 1
HNY Sharp Action Grants are implementation grants for public-facing humanities projects that encourage audiences to reflect on their values, explore new ideas, and engage with others in their community.
August 23
Dr. Amy Shema, Director of SummerLEAP, received a grant from United Way for Summer 2021 programing.
August 13
Brockport is an institutional member of the Consortium for the Advancement of Research Methods and Analysis (CARMA). All Brockport faculty and students are able to register for a free individual membership to gain access to valuable resarch methods content.
July 25
Several campus faculty and staff members have been selected to receive scholarships to attend the upcoming SUNY CPD Course, “Grants & Proposals: If you write it, they will fund!”
Students studying in Drake Library
May 12
Join the Friends of Drake Library in congratulating the winners of the 2020 Library Research Awards.
May 11
Dr. Adita Kulkarni, Assistant Professor in the Department of Computing Sciences, presented her research at the IEEE Global Internet Symposium at the IEEE International Conference on Computer Communications on May 10, 2021.
May 3
Dr. Alicia Kerfoot’s project titled “Stitching Narrative in The History and Adventures of a Lady’s Slippers and Shoes” and “The Embodied Embroidery of Cecilia’s ‘Spoilt’ Screen” had been successfully completed thanks to the funds from the Provost’s Post-Tenure Award.