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Dance Professor’s Choreography Featured in Dare to Dance Festival

Assistant Professor Kaley Pruitt’s dance piece “Intersections” has been selected for a national presentation at Modern American Dance Company’s (MADCO) Dare to Dance Festival January 19-20, 2024 in St. Louis, Missouri.

Academic News

Communication Professor Publishes Piece on Cancel Culture

Dr. M. Elizabeth Thorpe (Associate Professor of Communication) published a piece on cancel culture in a national journal on communication and law.

Student News

View This Week’s Things To Know

Things to Know is distributed to all students every Monday morning. See what’s in store this week for our Golden Eagles!

Academic News

Environmental Science & Ecology Emeritus Professor Publishes Scientific Paper

Dr. Doug Wilcox (Emeritus Professor) published a peer-reviewed paper in Journal of Great Lakes Research.

Academic News

Women & Gender Studies/English Professor Delivers Talks at Modern Language Association International Convention

Dr. Milo Obourn, Chair of Women & Gender Studies and Professor of English, presented talks on Queer and Trans Multispecies Justice and Trans Joy! at the Modern Language Association Annual Convention January 4 - 7, 2024. 

Academic News

Rethinking Melatonin: Psychology Professors Publishes on the Downsides of Melatonin Use in College Students

Assistant Professor of Psychology, Jack Peltz, recently published on the potential negative effects of melatonin usage in college students.

Facilities Updates,Student News

Going Green with Reserved Parking Spaces

SUNY Brockport offers reserved parking spaces to employees and commuter students that drive low-emitting, fuel-efficient vehicles.

Academic News

Public History Students Create Fannie Barrier Williams Project Proposals

Students in Dr. Michael J. Kramer’s Fall 2023 Introduction to Public History seminar created project proposals about Brockport native & Gilded Age/Progressive Era activist Fannie Barrier Williams. They also collaborated with students majoring in social work and/or art on additional public history explorations.

Academic News

English Education Professor Joins Author of Most Banned Book in America for Upcoming Webinar

Dr. Cody Miller, an Associate Professor of English Education, is set to participate in a panel organized by the National Council of Teachers of English. The discussion will focus on the graphic novel “Gender Queer,” widely recognized as the most banned book in America.

Academic News,Library

Brockport Faculty, Librarians & Alum Publish Journal Article

SUNY Brockport faculty, librarians, and alum publish a refereed article in the Journal of Educational Technology Systems highlighting the connection between Collaborative Online International Learning (COIL) courses and Open Educational Resources (OER).