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It's getting late in the semester, so we sent our cameras to Drake Library this week to see what kind of studying our students are up to. We also visited a physical education class learning to teach dance and yoga, caught up with a team of accounting students competing in a national competition, stopped by Career Services' LinkedIn event, dined at BASC's farm-to-table Harvest Celebration, and recorded President Macpherson's signing of Camp Good Days' Cancer 2020 petition. We round out the week with two sets of dance photos- dancers performing in DANCESCORE, and members of our Hip Hop Dance Club rehearsing before a big competition this weekend in Albany. As always if you see yourself or a friend, tag away! You can also view these photos on our website
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The Week in Pictures is back, with a double edition including images from BSG's fall concert, dog therapy in the Union, men's soccer in SUNYAC tourney action, President Macpherson's first ever Twitter chat, a wetlands ecology class, wheelchair basketball and more! See yourself or your friends? Tag away! You can also see these images on our website at
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Thank you veterans, for all you have done and continue to do for us. We are always in your debt. #neverforget
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Our Winging It Bloggers will be chronicling their days on social media again tomorrow. Follow along at the hashtag #Bportlife or visit!
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Fun with shutter speeds and lighting. #track #trackandfield
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Brockport partners with non-profit organization to donate bicycles to veterans in Rochester
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Our very first picture on Instagram. We've come a long way:
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To The College at Brockport Community,
In light of the recent events at the University of Missouri, Yale and Ithaca College, we want to address the issues of equity, diversity and inclusion here at The College at Brockport.
We started this academic year with President Heidi Macpherson presenting the Better Community Statement to incoming students at our opening convocation. This declaration, created by Brockport faculty and staff, articulates our shared values about respect, inclusion and tolerance. Every new student received a coin with the Better Community insignia on it, a tangible reminder of these fundamental community principles.
We have continued this year with a number of initiatives to educate our community about cultural competence as well as to provide forums for ongoing discussions about difficult issues and feelings around race. We have instituted diversity training as part of the orientation for our new faculty, and we are in the process of identifying the best ongoing training for current faculty and staff. We are working with our students to develop a plan for them to share stories of their experiences at Brockport in order to encourage ongoing conversations and improve our campus climate.
Our Diversity Committee has been strengthened and is working on a new strategic plan under the direction of faculty member Jennifer Ratcliff and Interim Assistant Provost Faith Prather. In response to the tragic shootings which occurred in the city of Rochester this summer, a coalition of individuals on campus organized our first Community Conversation facilitated by Assistant Provost Prather. This developed into a series of such conversations that have continued this fall.
The College Senate General Education committee is recertifying the diversity (D) courses this year to ensure that these courses are achieving the approved student learning outcomes. The freshman APS has reinstituted a module on diversity.
These and many more activities on campus, from speakers to classroom material to training offered across campus, testify to a community that is committed to the values of respect and inclusion embodied in the Better Community Statement.
We are a microcosm of the larger society and face many of the same social issues. We encourage all of you to participate in the activities and events that the campus offers around equity, diversity and inclusion.
As a community we have moved forward on a number of fronts in terms of talking about difficult issues concerning race and diversity. We need to continue to engage in these activities and conversations in an intentional and sincere way. If there are additional opportunities or activities you think we should be involved in, please don't hesitate to let us know.
Dr. Heidi R. Macpherson, President
Dr. Mary Ellen Zuckerman, Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs
Dr. James “Beau” Willis, Vice President for Administration and Finance
Dr. Kathryn Wilson, Vice President for Enrollment Management and Student Affairs
Mr. Michael Andriatch, Vice President for Advancement
Mr. David Mihalyov, Chief Communications Officer
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Don't have an instagram account but still want to see the awesome photos we post there? You can, using iconosquare.
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Logic performs at Brockport.
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33-1. Next stop, the NCAA tourney.
Volleyball Captures Elusive 6th SUNYAC Title
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Some of our accounting students are trying to win the national 2015 AICPA Accounting Competition. They've made the semifinals, but to win this thing, they need your vote. Wanna help them out? Find out how:
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Founded in 1835, The College at Brockport is a true learning community in which students, faculty and staff all contribute to and celebrate the success of others. As part of the State University of New York system of higher education, The College at Brockport represents one of the greatest values in education today. Committed to accessibility and excellence, we prepare our graduates to lead lives of contribution and meaning. Our alumni go on to serve their communities in every profession and avocation. They continue to be ambassadors for the College through their tireless volunteering, generous financial support and active student mentoring.