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Graduate Student Edits Journal Issue Dedicated to Brockport Feminist Theory Student Manifestos
Joseph Golden, graduate student in the Department of History, is co-editor and writer for The Journal of Engaged Research. Issue 4 of the journal is dedicated to “feminisms” publishing manifestos from spring 2022 Feminist Theory student scholars.
History Professor Publishes Article on the Anti-Apartheid Movement at SUNY Brockport
Angela Thompsell’s article “A credible undertaking”: apathy and anti-apartheid activism at SUNY Brockport” was recently published by The Journal of South African and American Studies (March 2023).
Holidays when Classes are in Session
As a reminder to all employees, campus offices remain open on holidays during which classes are still in session. This year, this includes President’s Day and Columbus Day. Managers, please ensure adequate office staffing is in place.
More Than Meets the Eye: 300+ Databases at Drake Library
Drake Library subscribes to a wide variety of research databases and has librarians who are willing to assist with selecting and working within our 300+ databases.
Dreams & Games: Exploring Memory Retention Through Dreams Associated with Video Gameplay
Dr. Papia Bawa (Department of Education and Human Development) published an article in the Journal of Research Initiatives. The article describes a study that examined the possible impact of video game activity on cognition and long-term memorization through recall and visualization in dreams.
Education Faculty Collaborate on Newly Published Book
Dr. Kathleen Olmstead (Associate Professor of Literacy) collaborated with Dr. Serena Troiani (an elementary teacher in Port Washington, New York) to edit the text “Many Books, Many Stories: Using Children’s and Young Adult Literature to Open Classroom Conversations” — which features chapters authored by members of the SUNY Brockport community.
Internal Job Postings Accessed Through Internal Careers Page
Internal job opportunities are no longer individually posted through the Daily Eagle but can be accessed through our internal careers page.
Student Loan Forgiveness: An Economic Analysis
Economics professor Cameron Harwick sits down with an explainer on the recent student loan forgiveness program.
The Effects of the Pandemic on Parental Sleep & Family Functioning
Assistant Professor of Psychology Jack Peltz recently authored a study with colleagues from the University of Rochester on the impact of pandemic-related stressors on parental sleep, parenting, and children’s behavioral problems.
April 2023: CSEA Longevity Payments
CSEA longevity payments will be paid on April 26, 2023. The payment will be issued in a separate paycheck via direct deposit. For employees that do not have direct deposit, this payment will be processed in a separate paycheck which will be mailed to the home address on file.