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Make sure students are in the know! Begin submitting news and events for inclusion in our student e-newsletter, which will resume every Monday throughout the semester.
It is time to honor our exceptional students. The application for the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence is open and awaiting your input. This is the shortest timeline for applications we have ever had.
Students registered with Student Accessibility Services (SAS) can schedule tests through 8 am Tuesday, December 5 on Accommodate for Final Exams. Professors please submit your Exam Form no later than 10 am the business day before your Final Exam. SAS has block scheduling of 8 am and 12 pm Monday, December 11 through Friday, December 15.
The Scholarship, Research, and Sponsored Programs Office offers a one credit online Grant Writing course for undergraduate students, with advisor permission, and graduate students. The course teaches the important fundamentals of grants writing and culminates in each student writing a grant proposal as their final project.
Weekly e-newsletter to be distributed to all current undergraduate and graduate students, starting January 30, 2023.
ECN 320 Game Theory will be offered for the first time next semester. Please share this information with students you think might be interested. Strong students from related majors can have the pre-requisites waived.
The Community in Mathematics, Computing Sciences, and Physics Scholars Program is a NSF sponsored program which funds student scholarships up to $2500/semester as well as four meetings throughout the semester to work on real world projects with fellow scholars.
The Marion Schrank Student Leadership Award is the pinnacle of student leadership awards at SUNY Brockport. The recipient of this award exemplifies integrity and civility, with a demonstrated desire to build a better community.
Make sure to save the date for Spring Accepted Student Days which will be held on March 9 and April 13.
Women & Gender Studies/Disability Studies Students Collaborate on Deaf Theater Project with Irish University
Dr. Milo Obourn’s WMS 302 “Introduction to Intersectional Disability Studies” Fall 2023 students are collaborating with Dr. Kate McCarthy’s drama students at the South East Technological University in Waterford, Ireland to analyze a performance project based on the work of 1930s Deaf Irish playwright, Teresa Deevy.