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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.
Economics Professor develops innovative tool to encourage equity in classroom participation.
Starting this semester, cybersecurity, early childhood inclusive education, economics, and graphic design majors will be offered to undergraduate students.
History professor will examine New York State women suffragists from the late nineteenth and twentieth centuries.
African and African-American studies and political science double major turned an opportunity at a prestigious law school into a career as a labor and employment practice attorney.
Ann Marie Cook ’88 utilizes skills acquired at Brockport to lead Lifespan and a virtual reality program designed to provide respite for caregivers.
Milo Obourn and Elizabeth Garner Masarik receive funding from SUNY to promote the education of diversity and gender issues in New York State.
Research shows that proper rest benefits mental and physical health outcomes among adolescents.
An Exercise Science course offers a win-win scenario every semester giving students valuable training experience and employees free training/discounted membership benefits.
The Department of Computing Sciences consults Cyber Security Hall of Famer, Gene Spafford ’79, as they prepare to launch a new major in cybersecurity.