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bits and bYtes — Department of Computing Sciences Newsletter

The Department of Computing Sciences is pleased to present the inaugural issue of our newsletter, “bits and bYtes.”

December 21
Academic News

Employee Assistance Program (EAP) Coordinator News

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is excited to announce that Nathan Hendrickson is SUNY Brockport’s newest EAP Coordinator. He joins Gary Metz, who will continue to serve in his long-time role as EAP Coordinator.

June 14
Academic News

Residential Life & Academic Success Center Receive Award

The Offices of Residential Life/Learning Communities and the Academic Success Center have received the Collaborative Excellence Award from the American College Personnel Association (ACPA).

February 16
Academic News,Student News

Recent SUNY Brockport Graduate Joins SUNY’s First Student Advocate Fellowship Program

The State University of New York’s Advocate Fellowship Program, designed to drive student-centric policy initiatives across SUNY’s 64 colleges and universities, announced its first class Monday.

June 16
Academic News,Diversity,Student News

Sankofa African Dance & Drum Ensemble Feature on News 8 WROC

The Sankofa African Dance and Drum Ensemble was featured at Highland Hospital’s Highland Fest at 7 pm on News 8 WROC and streamed live on RochesterFirst.com on March 11.

March 10
Academic News

Understanding Academic Tracking & Canonical Literature Through Critical Race Theory

Dr. Henry “Cody” Miller, Assistant Professor of English education, has co-authored a journal column, “Academic Tracking, Canonical Literature, and Disrupting for New Possibilities.”

May 22
Academic News

SUNY Brockport Introducing Three New Academic Programs

The college will field three new interdisciplinary programs in the Fall 2021 semester, including a community justice major that is the first of its kind in the nation.

February 11
Academic News,Student News

2021 Academic Advisement Award Nomination

Students and faculty are invited to submit nominations for the 2020 Academic Advising Award.

February 11
Academic News

Interested in Teaching Academic Planning Seminar?

GEP 100 or the Academic Planning Seminar is a course designed to welcome incoming students and prepare them to successfully transition to college-level learning. The Academic Success Center is seeking facilitators to teach this course for Fall 2021 semester.

March 15
Academic News,Student News

History Students Write About Spring 2021 Public History Internships

Graduate history student Grace Pulcini and undergraduate history majors Samantha Symonds and Jacob Maloney reflect on their spring 2021 public history internships.

June 13