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SUNY Brockport president to retire

Daily Edition The president of SUNY College at Brockport today announced that he will retire next summer. "My years at SUNY Brockport have been full and fulfilling, and have passed by at a gallop,'' said John Van de Wetering during his opening convocation to faculty ...

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