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Diversity Training Spurs New Initiatives

Nine week training course expected to have a lasting impact on campus.

Academic News,Diversity,Philanthropy,Student News

More Than Just a Room

The Joey Jackson Intercultural Center has provided a much-needed space for BIPOC students, while encouraging the celebration of culture and exploration of history.

Academic News,Alumni Updates,Diversity,Student News

Master of Fine Arts Thesis Captures Black Lives Matter Movement

A Visual Studies Workshop thesis project, led by graduate student Rashaad Parker ’05, received a grant from the Rochester Area Community Foundation.

Diversity

Meet Our New Chief Diversity Officer

Damita Davis joined SUNY Brockport as the new Chief Diversity Officer on July 1, 2021, with the intent to help foster a change in the community’s culture for the better.

Academic News,Athletics,Diversity,Student News

Creating Change. From The Inside Out.

Junior Chelsea Henry is committed to developing her perspective by looking at life from all angles.

Diversity

9 Things to Know about Brockport’s First BIPOC Graduate

Get to know Fannie Barrier Williams, the College’s first African-American graduate, and learn how her legacy is still impacting us today.

Alumni Updates,Diversity,Fine Arts,Library,Philanthropy

How One Family Preserved Ukrainian Culture

Longtime emeriti couple spent decades collecting thousands of pieces of Ukrainian literature that were banned by the Soviet Union. Their work is now in jeopardy.

Alumni Updates,Diversity,Facilities Updates,Philanthropy,Student News

New Center Hopes to Increase Racial & Cultural Inclusivity on Campus

The Joey Jackson Intercultural Center is dedicated to providing students from underrepresented groups, and their allies, opportunities for leadership development, celebration, collaboration, and education.

Alumni Updates,Fine Arts

Performance Earns Kennedy Center Honor

Alum Stephanie Paredes’ on-campus production of Water by the Spoonful highlights commitment to diversity and inclusivity.