News Archive

Browse all SUNY Brockport news and information from across our website, including the Daily Eagle, The Port, and Brockport Today.


Recent News

Student News

Camp Abilities Returns to Campus this Summer

Camp Abilities is now in its 27th year, but only its 25th face-to-face. After two years of virtual programming, Camp Abilities will host 45 children who are blind or visually impaired on campus the week of June 26-July 2, 2022.

Academic News

Integrating Leadership into Physiotherapy: A Global Opportunity

Dr. Jennifer Green-Wilson (Department of Healthcare Studies) and her colleagues Dr. Emma Stokes (Ireland; President, World Physiotherapy), Emer McGowan (Ireland), and Laura Deveaux (Canada), presented a virtual program at the Canadian Physiotherapy Association’s 2022 Congress.


CSEA Summer Office Hours

Stop by the CSEA Office during our summer office hours.

Academic News

The Gary Miller Art Project: Artistic Response From a Mohawk Institute Survivor

Dr. Neal Keating (Department of Anthropology) has been awarded a $75,000 grant from the Survivors’ Secretariat in Six Nations Grand River Territory to lead The Gary Miller Art Project.

Academic News,Student News

Physics Student & Faculty Present at National Conference

Physics undergraduate student, Colin Steiner, presented a virtual poster at the 240th American Astronomical Society Meeting.

Academic News

Brockport Students Enhance Intercultural Competence Through Collaborative Online International Learning

Brockport Students enrolled in Dr. Jie Zhang’s special education courses collaborated with peers from France, Mexico, and Ukraine throughout the Spring 2022 semester as part of Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL).


SUNY Brockport Officially Earns Reaccreditation

The Middle States Commission on Higher Education has Reaffirmed the College’s Accreditation for the next eight years.

Academic News

Apply Now: Antiracism Education Graduate Fellowship

Graduate Students can apply now for a fellowship opportunity as Community Engagement Manager for Rochester-based community-oriented antiracism and social justice eLearning organization, 540WMain.

Academic News

The Influence of Facebook Comments on News Topics

Alexander Moe, PhD (Assistant Professor of Journalism, Broadcasting, and Public Relations), has been accepted to present at an international conference a peer-reviewed manuscript exploring the influence of Facebook comments’ contributing effect toward a hostile media bias relating to COVID-19 vaccine-related news.

Facilities Updates

Employee & Commuter Parking Permits Available

Commuter, faculty, and staff 2022-23 parking permits are now available for purchase.