Tag Archives: SUNY Brockport

In pandemic pause, local colleges adjust and still woo new students

Students on the campus of Roberts Wesleyan College. The pandemic is playing havoc with the admissions timeline for many local colleges. (File photo supplied by Roberts Wesleyan)

Normally, April would be the month when high school seniors are making last-minute visits to Rochester-area colleges, trying to decide which school that accepted them they will attend in the fall. Juniors might use their April break to start their ...

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College at Brockport readying campus for quarantined students from abroad

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After denying anything was official for hours on Friday, the SUNY College at Brockport issued a statement late in the afternoon confirming that the campus is readying itself to possibly take students returning from five coronavirus-affected countries. Brockport President Heidi ...

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County legislator calls for investigation of College at Brockport (access required)

Monroe County Legislator Vincent Felder

County Legislator Vincent R. Felder, a graduate of the College at Brockport, has asked the chancellor of the SUNY system to investigate his alma mater because of recent conflicts over diversity.  In a Feb. 18 letter to SUNY Chancellor Kristina Johnson, ...

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Diversity a key goal of healthcare education programs in Rochester (access required)

Local healthcare education programs make inroads on diversity. When it comes to diversity in higher education programs for healthcare, two local institutions have made the grade nationally. Insight into Diversity magazine gives awards each year to the higher education institutions across ...

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Brockport hires new provost (access required)

Katy Heyning

Katy Heyning, a dean at the University of Wisconsin-Whitewater, has been hired to become the next provost and vice president for academic affairs at the State College at Brockport. Heyning will take over in June from Interim Provost James Haynes. ...

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Greece Chamber panel discusses regulations, educating young workers (access required)

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Human resources regulations can be a pain in the neck and costly, agreed educators, business people and legislators participating in a wide-ranging panel discussion at the Greece Regional Chamber of Commerce Thursday. Even those regulations with the best of intentions ...

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