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APPENDIX
Academic Standards and Financial Assistance ................................................................ 335
State-established Academic Standards for New York State Financial Aid ...................... 336
The SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guarantee Policy ................................................................ 339
Affirmative Action Compliance Statement .................................................................... 340
Board of Trustees ............................................................................................................ 342
College Administration ................................................................................................... 343
College Council .............................................................................................................. 344
Faculty Roster ................................................................................................................. 345
Professional Staff........................................................................................................355
State University of New York .......................................................................................... 362

Alma Mater ..................................................................................................................... 364
Area Map ........................................................................................................................ 365
Campus Map .................................................................................................................. 366
Index ............................................................................................................................... 367
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ACADEMIC STANDARDS AND FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Both the federal and state governments require students to meet certain basic standards of
scholarship in order to be eligible for financial assistance. While those established by the fed-
eral government for students receiving Title IV funds are similar to those established for state
award recipients, there are some very important differences. Failure to meet these standards
may mean termination of further financial aid. It is essential that students receiving such aid
be familiar with the eligibility requirements appropriate to the type of aid they receive. Fur-
ther information regarding these regulations may be obtained from Academic Advisement,
Bursar’s or Financial Aid Offices.
FEDERAL ACADEMIC STANDARDS FOR TITLE IV RECIPIENTS
Award Programs Affected by the Federal Standards:
    Federal Pell Grants
    Federal Perkins Loans
    Federal Nursing Loans
    Federal College Work-Study
    Federal Supplementary Educational Opportunity Grants (SEOG)
    Federal Direct Loan Programs—includes Stafford Loans (subsidized and unsubsidized) and
    the Parent Loan for Undergraduate Students (PLUS)
Federal law requires that students receiving funds under Title IV must complete their educa-
tional programs in no longer than 150 percent of the published length of the educational
program for full-time students and, in addition, show evidence of making satisfactory progress
toward their degree objectives in order to remain eligible for further funds. For the purpose of
determining eligibility, satisfactory progress is defined as accumulating a minimum number
of credits toward the degree for each academic year of attendance, with a minimum grade point
average of 2.0. The minimum number of credits that must be accumulated at the conclusion
of each academic year of full-time attendance is shown on the scale below:
FEDERAL ACADEMIC PROGRESS CHART

                         Year 11      Year 2      Year 3       Year 4      Year 5       Year 6

        Credits in
         Progress

    Cumulative Credits
       Completed
        by May             14          32           52           74          96          120

        Academic
        Standard                         2.0 or Academic Probation
1
  Year = academic year (two full-time semesters)
A student receiving aid as a full-time student must have earned 14 credits with a minimum
grade point average of 2.0 after the first full academic year, 32 credits after the second full
academic year, and so on. The entire scale is based upon the requirement that the baccalaure-
ate degree be completed within six years of full-time attendance. Upon completion of a bach-
elor’s degree (and before graduate matriculation), a student may receive two additional semesters
of federal aid eligibility, providing that he/she is registered in a teacher certification program.
Students who attain the minimum number of credits for a given period, but who fall below
the required GPA of 2.0, will be placed on Title IV probation (concurrent with academic
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probation). Probation for Title IV follows SUNY Brockport’s policy on academic probation
with students continuing in eligibility for Title IV funds while on probationary status.
Students who fail to accumulate the specified number of credits will be placed on Title IV
probation for a maximum of one academic year. Failure to accumulate the minimum number
of credits at the end of that probationary period will result in ineligibility for further Title IV
funds until such time as the student should regain eligibility by accumulating the required
credits. For example, a student who has accumulated 12 credits by the end of his/her first
academic year would be placed on Title IV probation for the next year of attendance. If, at the
end of his/her probationary period, he/she has failed to accumulate 32 credits, he/she would
be declared ineligible for further Title IV funding.
Occasionally students will fail to meet the established standards for reasons beyond their con-
trol. Such students may appeal their loss of eligibility, and if SUNY Brockport’s designated
Appeals Committee deems their performance to have been significantly hampered by such
“mitigating circumstances,” they will be permitted to continue in good standing under Title
IV regulations. Such mitigating circumstances include serious family problems, extended illness,
and similar situations. All appeals must be submitted in writing to the Financial Aid Office.
Federal regulations, however, do not allow for mitigation under any circumstances for students
not completing their program of study within 150 percent of the published length of the
educational program for full-time students.
Students will be notified at the close of each academic year of their probationary status or of
their ineligibility for further Title IV funds. Letters notifying students of ineligibility will in-
clude information regarding the procedures for retaining eligibility, and/or appealing the loss
of eligibility based upon mitigating circumstances. Further information may be obtained from
the Financial Aid Office.


STATE-ESTABLISHED ACADEMIC STANDARDS FOR NEW YORK
STATE FINANCIAL AID
Award Recipients/Award Programs affected by New York State Standards
A. General Awards:
   Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
   Regents Award—Child of Veteran/Officer/Firefighter
   Regents Award—Memorial Award
   Vietnam Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (VVTA)
   State University Supplemental Tuition Assistance Program (SUSTA)
   Attica Award
   World Trade Center Award
B. Academic Awards:
   Academic Scholarships
   Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarships
   Health Service Corps Scholarships and Fellowships
   Merit Scholarships
C. Part-time Awards (special requirements apply in some instances)
   Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS)
   Persian Gulf Veterans Awards and
   Vietnam Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (VVTA)
Students who receive New York state financial aid awards are required to maintain good aca-
demic standing in order to remain eligible. The State Education Department, for these pur-
poses, defines a student in good academic standing as one who (1) pursues the program of
study in which he/she is enrolled (Pursuit of Program), and (2) makes satisfactory academic
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progress toward the completion of his/her program’s requirements (Satisfactory Academic
Progress). These are defined as follows:
Pursuit of Program1
State regulations define program pursuit as receiving either a passing or a failing grade in a
certain percentage of a full-time course load. The percentage increases from 50 percent of the
minimum full-time load in each semester of the first year of award (six credits each semester),
to 75 percent each semester of the second award year (nine credits each semester), to 100 percent
each semester of the third and fourth award years (12 credits each semester). Students who
fail to meet these standards become ineligible to receive an award during the succeeding se-
mester, and remain ineligible until good standing is regained. (For details on regaining eligi-
bility or waiving eligibility standards, see below.)
Generally, the State Education Department will accept any grade that indicates that the stu-
dent attended the course for the entire semester, and completed all necessary assignments. By
these standards, both passing and failing grades are acceptable. However, “W” (Withdrawal)
grades are not acceptable. Grades of “I” and “PR” are acceptable because they are automati-
cally changed to either a passing or failing grade before the completion of the succeeding se-
mester. Note: Graduate students with grades of “I” and “PR” may make special arrangements
with their instructor for extra time (up to two years) to complete their course work. In such
cases, the “I” and “PR” grades cannot be counted towards the Pursuit of Program require-
ment.
Satisfactory Academic Progress1
Satisfactory academic progress is defined both in terms of the number of credits completed
and the grade point average attained at the end of a given semester. To remain eligible for
awards, students must meet the following minimum standards. (Special conditions apply for
part-time student awards.)
                        SATISFACTORY ACADEMIC PROGRESS
                                Standards for Awards
             Payment               Credit Accumulated Toward                 Cumulative
             Semester             Graduation Prior to Semester                   GPA
                1                                0                                –
                2                                3                               .50
                3                                9                               .75
                4                               18                               1.20
                5                               30                               2.00
                6                               45                               2.00
                7                               60                               2.00
                8                               75                               2.00
                9                               90                               2.00
               10                              105                               2.00
(Only students in specially approved five-year programs are eligible for TAP awards beyond
eight semesters of undergraduate study.)
As shown in the above table, full-time students are not expected to have earned college credits
in order to be eligible for their first award payment. For the second payment, a student must
have earned three credits toward graduation with a GPA of.50 or better; for the third, to have
completed nine credits with a cumulative GPA of.75; and so on.
1
  These standards apply only to students who received their first TAP award in September 1981
or later. Students who received their first TAP award prior to September 1981 can be advised
of applicable standards by the Office of Academic Advisement.
Transfer and Readmitted Students
Transfer students and students readmitted to SUNY Brockport after an absence of at least one
year will be placed on the above scale either in accordance with the number of credits earned
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toward graduation or the number of TAP payments previously received, whichever is more benefi-
cial to the student. For example, a transfer student who has received six TAP payments and earned
45 credits would be placed at (payment) semester five, rather than (payment) semester six.
Loss and Reinstatement of Student Eligibility
Students who fail to maintain good academic standing, either through failure in Pursuit of
Program or in making Satisfactory Academic Progress, become ineligible for further awards.
Eligibility may be regained (and payments restored) by either of the following methods:
1. Achieving the required grade point average and/or number of credits during a semester of
   attendance in which no state award is paid.
2. Transferring to another institution.
3. Being readmitted to SUNY Brockport after an absence of one calendar year or more. (Ac-
   ceptance at Brockport or another institution is deemed evidence of a student’s ability to
   successfully complete an approved program.)
4. Waiver of eligibility.
Waiver of Eligibility Standards for State Awards
Students who fail to meet state standards for either Pursuit of Program or Satisfactory Aca-
demic Progress may request a waiver of these standards that will allow them to continue to
receive award payments for the succeeding semester. When such a waiver has been granted for
failure to make Satisfactory Academic Progress, the student is expected to use the semester to
advance to the level he/she could not achieve without the waiver. The waiver may be used if
the student fails in Pursuit of Program, fails to make Satisfactory Academic Progress, or fails
by both standards. However, Pursuit of Program and Satisfactory Academic Progress may not
be waived separately for different semesters.
Students are eligible for only one waiver as an undergraduate student (not one for each insti-
tution attended) and one waiver as a graduate student. However, the granting of such a waiver
is not automatic; it is intended only to accommodate extraordinary or unusual situations. The
waiver process must include an assessment of the reasons for a student’s failure to meet the
established requirements for good standing, and the decision to grant the waiver must be based
upon a reasonable expectation that the student will meet future requirements.
Notification of Ineligibility for State Financial Awards
Since payment of state awards is made through the Bursar’s Office, students who fail to main-
tain good academic standing and therefore are ineligible for a state award will be notified by
the Bursar’s Office. Students affected are encouraged to discuss their status with a member of
the Office of Academic Advisement staff.
Repeat of “D” Grades and State Financial Aid Eligibility
Repeat of any course in which a passing grade (“D”–or above) has already been received and
which SUNY Brockport does not require the student to repeat may not be considered as part
of that student’s minimum course load for financial aid purposes. In other words, the student
must be registered for 12 or more different credits in order to be considered as a full-time
student. In addition, the repeated course may not be considered in determining whether the
student has met the Pursuit of Program requirement and is in good academic standing.
“C” Average Requirement
Effective fall 1996, students are required to achieve a “C” average (2.0 GPA at SUNY Brockport)
prior to receiving their fifth TAP payment, and must maintain a “C” average in each succeed-
ing semester in order to continue receiving state financial aid.
Declaration of Major
In order to maintain eligibility for New York state financial aid, the State Education Depart-
ment requires students to declare an academic major no later than the beginning of the junior
year of the baccalaureate program. SUNY Brockport defines a junior as any student who has
attained 54 or more credits towards the baccalaureate.
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THE SUNY AA/AS TRANSFER GUARANTEE POLICY
The SUNY Board of Trustees has approved amendments to the SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guar-
antee Policy. The amendments state the following:
1. New York state residents who are graduates of a SUNY or CUNY two-year college and
    who possess an AA or AS shall be guaranteed the opportunity to continue their education
    on a full-time basis at a SUNY baccalaureate campus.
2. SUNY baccalaureate campuses shall give priority to AA and AS graduates of SUNY and
    CUNY colleges over other transfer applicants.
3. Academic decisions on admission for transfer students covered by the Transfer Guarantee
    Policy shall be based solely on a student’s previous college record.
4. In making admissions decisions, baccalaureate campuses shall pay particular attention to
    applications from AA and AS transfer students in their region who cannot relocate to an-
    other part of the state.
The Transfer Guarantee Policy covers AA and AS graduates of SUNY and CUNY colleges
only. To be eligible for the transfer guarantee, AA and AS graduates must meet the following
deadlines:
1. File a SUNY application, which must be received by the SUNY Application Processing
    Center by February 1 for fall admission and September 15 for spring admission.
2. Provide the baccalaureate campus(es) with an official two-year college transcript show-
    ing three semesters of completed studies by February 15 for fall admission and October 1
    for spring admission.
3. Provide, for campuses that require them, completed supplemental application materials
    by March 15 for fall admission and October 15 for spring admission.
The Application Processing Center will contact each applicant who has not been admit-
ted to any of his/her original college choices by April 15 for the fall semester and No-
vember 15 for the spring semester.
AA/AS graduates who wish to participate in the guaranteed transfer program must contact
the Application Processing Center prior to May 1 for the fall semester and prior to December
1 for the spring semester.
The directors of admissions at the SUNY baccalaureate campuses will meet to review applica-
tions of those AA/AS graduates who have not been offered admission earlier in the application
review process. These applicants will be offered admission to one of the baccalaureate campuses
in the region by May 15 for the fall semester and December 15 for the spring semester.
The Transfer Guarantee Policy provides that AA and AS graduates who are denied admission
to all of their original SUNY baccalaureate campus choices, anywhere within the University,
will be admitted to a baccalaureate campus. The Policy does not guarantee access to a
specific campus or the academic program of the student’s choice. However, whenever
possible, efforts should be made to place the student in the program of his/her choice.
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AFFIRMATIVE ACTION COMPLIANCE STATEMENT
The State University of New York College at Brockport does not discriminate on the basis of
race/ethnicity/color, gender, sexual orientation, religion, national origin, age, disability, marital
status, or status as a Vietnam-era or disabled veteran, in admission, employment, and treat-
ment of students and employees. It is, therefore, the policy of SUNY Brockport to provide an
academic and work environment free of discriminatory intimidation.
Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 prohibits discrimination on the basis of sex (gender).
Harassment on the basis of sex is a violation of Section 703 of Title VII of the Civil Rights
Act of 1964, as amended.
Since sexual harassment is generally recognized as a form of sexual discrimination, employees
or students who feel they have been harassed can file a complaint under the University’s Griev-
ance Procedures for Review of Allegations of Discrimination.
Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973 and the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990
(ADA) provide that no otherwise qualified individual with a disability shall, solely by reason
of his or her disability, be excluded from participation in, be denied the benefits of, or be subjected
to discrimination under any program or activity receiving federal financial assistance.
The ADA estimates that there are 43 million Americans who have a disability. A “disability”
is defined as a physical or mental impairment that substantially limits one or more major life
activities, and a record of having such an impairment that substantially limits one or more
major life activities, and a record of having such an impairment, or being regarded as having
one. “Disability” covers a wide range of conditions and includes mobility, vision, hearing, or
speech impairments, learning disabilities, chronic health conditions, emotional illnesses, AIDS,
HIV positive, and a history of drug addiction or alcoholism.
Accessibility for people with disabilities is often viewed solely as architectural or physical ac-
cess. The ADA, however, goes beyond this concept to require that all of our services, programs,
and activities be accessible. To ensure compliance, SUNY Brockport has designated a coordi-
nator for ADA Compliance who can be contacted directly for the provision of reasonable
accommodations. It is important to note that all inquires will be held in the strictest of con-
fidence. For additional information, please call (585) 395-5409.
SECTION 224-A OF THE EDUCATION LAW OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK
1. No person shall be expelled from or be refused admission as a student to an institution of
   higher education for the reason that she is unable, because of his/her religious beliefs, to
   attend classes or to participate in any examination, study or work requirements on a par-
   ticular day or days.
2. Any student in an institution of higher education who is unable, because of his/her religious
   beliefs, to attend classes on a particular day or days shall, because of such absence on the
   particular day or days, be excused from any examination or any study or work requirements.
3. It shall be the responsibility of the faculty and of the administrative officials of each insti-
   tution of higher education to make available to each student who is absent from school,
   because of his/her religious beliefs, an equivalent opportunity to make up any examina-
   tion, study or work requirements which he/she may have missed because of such absence
   on any particular day or days. No fees of any kind shall be charged by the institution for
   making available to the said student such equivalent opportunity.
4. If classes, examinations, study or work requirements are held on Friday after 4 pm or Saturday,
   similar or makeup classes, examinations, study or work requirements shall be made available
   on other days, where it is possible and practicable to do so. No special fees shall be charged to
   the student for these classes, examinations, study or work requirements held on other days.
5. In effectuating the provisions of this section, it shall be the duty of the faculty and of the
   administrative officials of each institution of higher education to exercise the fullest meas-
   ure of good faith. No adverse or prejudicial effects shall result to any student because of
   his/her availing him- or herself of the provisions of this section.
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6. Any student, who is aggrieved by the alleged failure of any faculty or administrative offi-
    cials to comply in good faith with the provisions of this section, shall be entitled to main-
    tain an action or proceeding in the supreme court of the county in which said institution
    of higher education is located for the enforcement of his/her rights under this section.
7. As used in this section, the term “institution of higher education” shall mean schools un-
    der the control of the Board of Trustees of the State University of New York or of the Board
    of Higher Education of the City of New York or any community college. SUNY Brockport
    is in compliance with these policies.
All questions concerning these policies and allegations of noncompliance should be directed to:
    Affirmative Action Officer
    SUNY College at Brockport
    350 New Campus Drive
    Brockport, NY 14420-2929
    Telephone: (585) 395-2109


THE DRUG-FREE SCHOOLS AND COMMUNITIES ACT
AMENDMENTS OF 1989 (PL 101-226)
In compliance with the “The Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act Amendments of 1989”
as mandated by section 22 of Public Law 101-226, SUNY Brockport will make the following
information available to all its students and employees annually:
1. Standards of conduct prohibiting the unlawful possession, use or distribution of illicit drugs
    and alcohol and the disciplinary sanctions the College will impose for violations of laws
    and standards of conduct which are contained in the revised Codes of Student Social
    Conduct, the existing Residence Hall System Alcohol Policy, and the employee policy on
    the use of controlled substances.
2. The health risks associated with the use of illicit drugs and alcohol abuse which are cur-
    rently available in the “SUNY College at Brockport Drug-Free College Community Re-
    source Guide.”
3. The legal sanctions imposed by local, state and federal laws for the illegal possession or
    distribution of illicit drugs or alcohol, which are contained in the handouts, “What You
    Should Know About Controlled Drugs” and the “State Penal Law: Federal Trafficking Pen-
    alties, and the Alcohol Beverage Control Law” (chapters 225, 586, 592 of the laws of 1989),
    are currently available in the “SUNY College at Brockport Drug-Free College Commu-
    nity Resource Guide.”
4. Information on the rehabilitation, counseling or re-entry programs available to substance
    users, abusers or people in recovery which is available in the “Resource Guide,” as well as
    in the following offices: Student Health Services, Counseling Center, and/or Employee
    Assistance Program.
5. The results of a biennial review of our programs will be conducted to determine their
    effectiveness, implement changes to the programs if needed, and ensure that disciplinary
    sanctions are consistently enforced.
SUNY Brockport is in compliance with these policies.
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BOARD OF TRUSTEES
Steven L. Alfasi ........................................................................................................... Bronx
Aminy I. Audi .......................................................................................................... Manlius
Edward F. Cox .............................................................................................. New York City
John J. Creins ..................................................................................................... Forest Hills
Randy A. Daniels .......................................................................................... New York City
Candace de Russy ................................................................................................. Bronxville
Thomas F. Egan, Chairperson .............................................................................. New York
Gordon Gross ........................................................................................................... Buffalo
Daniel Hogarty, Jr. ......................................................................................................... Troy
Louis T. Howard ................................................................................................... Amityville
Pamela R. Jacobs ....................................................................................................... Buffalo
George Pape, Jr. ......................................................................................................... Albany
Celine R. Paquette .............................................................................................. Champlain
Ronald B. Stafford .............................................................................................. Plattsburgh
Patricia Elliott Stevens ............................................................................................... Albany
Harvey F. Wachsman .......................................................................................... Great Neck
Chancellor
   Robert L. King
University Counsel
   D. Andrew Edwards, Jr.
Vice Chancellor and Chief Operating Officer
   Richard P. Miller, Jr.
Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs and Provost
   Peter D. Salins
Vice Chancellor for Finance and Business
   Brian T. Stenson
Vice Chancellor for Business and Industry Relations
   R. Wayne Diesel
Vice Chancellor and Secretary of the University
   John J. O’Connor
Vice Chancellor for Community Colleges
   Preston Pulliams
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COLLEGE ADMINISTRATION
(Note: *Indicates recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.)
President’s Office: Paul Yu, President
   Affirmative Action: Adrienne Collier
   Institutional Research and Planning: Lillian Zhu, Director
Academic Affairs: Timothy J. Flanagan, Provost and Vice President
   Dean of Information Resources/Chief Information Officer/Director of Library
           Services: Frank Wojcik
   Arts and Performance, School of: Sharon Vasquez, Dean
   Delta College: Sandra Holinbaugh-Beltz Director
   Educational Opportunity Center: Melva Brown, Dean
   Graduate Studies and Special Programs: Susan Stites-Doe, Dean
   Grants Development: Colleen Donaldson, Director
   Honors Program: Mark Anderson, Director
   Information Technology Support Services: Mary Jo Orzech, Director
   Information Technology Systems and Networking Services: David Strasenburgh, Director
   International Programs: John J. Perry, Dean
   Letters and Sciences, School of: (To be announced), Dean
   Professions, School of: Joseph Mason, Dean
   Student Learning Center: Mary Ann Giglio, Director
   Undergraduate Education: P. Michael Fox, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs
Administration and Finance: Greig Mitchell, Vice President
   Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation: Sandra Mason, Executive Director
   Budget and Post-award Activities, Jeffrey Post, Director
   Facilities and Planning: Thomas Dreyer, Assistant Vice President
   Facility Operations: Richard Lair, Director
   Facilities Planning: John Osowski, Director
   Finance and Management: Louis M. Spiro, Assistant Vice President
   Human Resources: Terrence Hooper, Director
   Procurement and Payment Services: Dona Hazen, Director
   Student Financial Services: James E. Vetuskey,* Assistant to the Vice President
   Telecommunications: Wayne Hunter, Director
Enrollment Management and Student Affairs: Ray Di Pasquale, Vice President
   Enrollment Management:
     Academic Advisement: Thomas Nugent,* Associate Director
     Assistant to the Vice President and Director for Student Retention: Marcy Esler
     Career Services: George Toth, Director
     Design and Production: Richard Black, Director
     Educational Opportunity Program: Gary Owens, Director
     Financial Aid: J. Scott Atkinson, Assistant Vice President for Enrollment Management
       and Director of Financial Aid
     Intercollegiate Athletics: Lin Case, Director
     Marketing Communications: Christine Florence, Director
     Registrar: Peter Dowe, College Registrar
     Sports Information Director: Eric McDowell
     Student Support Services Program: Barbara Mitrano, Director
     Talent Search: Wilfredo Matos, Director
     Undergraduate Admissions: Bernie Valento, Director
     Upward Bound: Isabella Mark, Coordinator
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Student Affairs:
   Interim Dean of Students: Joseph Franck
   Interim Assistant Dean: Dan Raimondo
   Interim Assistant Dean of Students and Director of Campus Life: Dan Raimondo, Director
   College-wide Judicial System: Thomas Rosia, Officer
   College Events: Susan Hawkes, Coordinator
   Counseling Center: Elizabeth S. Caruso, Director
   Leadership/Community Development: Karen Podsiadly, Director
   Recreational Services: Stephen Kampf, Director
   Residential Life/Learning Communities: Joseph Franek, Director
   Student Health Center: Elizabeth Caruso, Director
   Students With Disabilities, Office of: Vivian Vanderzell, Coordinator
   University Police: Robert Kehoe, Chief

Institutional Advancement: Mary Kay Bishop, Vice President for Institutional Advancement
   Alumni Relations: Mike Andriatch, Director
   Development: Marianne Virgilio, Director
   Development Associates: Justina Elmore, Kimberly Faber
   Institutional Advancement Services: Susan L. Parrino, Director
   Institutional Advancement Services: John Sapienza, Assistant Director


COLLEGE COUNCIL
Peter L. Arras ............................................................................................................ Batavia
Daniel C. Hogan ............................................................................................... Spencerport
Frederick J. Holbrook ........................................................................................ Spencerport
James H. Keeler, Chair .............................................................................................. Albion
William H. Sentiff ................................................................................................ Rochester
Scott M. Turner .................................................................................................... Rochester
Michael R. Wesner ...................................................................................................... LeRoy
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FACULTY ROSTER
DISTINGUISHED FACULTY AND
DISTINGUISHED FACULTY EMERITI
BETSY BALZANO, Distinguished Service Professor, Education and Human
   Development, PhD, Florida State University.
ARDEN BUCHOLZ, Distinguished Teaching Professor, History, PhD, University of
   Chicago
 W. RAYMOND DUNCAN, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Emeritus, Political Science
   and International Studies, PhD, Fletcher School.
GAWAIN G. FAGAN, Distinguished Professor, Dance, BA, Wayne State University.
PHILLIP L. GERBER, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, English, PhD, University of
   Iowa.
WILLIAM H. HEYEN, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, English, PhD, Ohio University.
OWEN S. IRELAND, Distinguished Teaching Professor, History, PhD, University of
   Pittsburgh.
JOSEPH R. KANDOR, Distinguished Service Professor, Counselor Education, EdD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
EDWARD C. LEHMAN JR., Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, Sociology, PhD,
   Mississippi State University.
SARAH LIEBSCHUTZ, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, Political Science and
   Internatoinal Studies, PhD, University of Rochester.
JOHN R. MAIER, Distinguished Teaching Professsor, English, PhD, Duquesne University.
JOSEPH C. MAKAREWICZ, Distinguished Service Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD,
   Cornell University.
WILLIAM C. ROCK, Distinguished Service Professor, Education Administration, Ed.D.,
   Columbia University.
WILLIAM F. STIER, Jr., Distinguished Service Professor, Physical Education and Sport,
   EdD, University of South Dakota.
VINCENT L. TOLLERS, Distinguished Service Professor Emeritus, English, PhD,
   University of Colorado, Boulder.
BARBARA JANCAR-WEBSTER, Distinguished Professor Emeritus, Political Science and
   International Studies, PhD, Columbia University.
JOSEPH WINNICK, Distinguished Service Professor, Physical Education and Sport, EdD,
   Temple University.


FACULTY
(NOTE: *Indicates recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching;
** indicates recipient of the Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Librarianship).
DAVID A. ABWENDER, Asst. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Miami.
INAAM A. AL-HASHIMI, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, CPA,
    NY Board of Public Accounting.
ILAN ALON, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD, Kent State
    University.
MATTHEW ALTHOUSE, Asst. Professor, Communication, PhD, Louisiana State
    University.
ANN S. ALTMEYER, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, PhD, Syracuse University.
DEBRA A. AMES, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Brockport.
FLOYD D. ANDERSON, Professor, Communication, PhD, University of Illinois-Urbana.
*MARK A. ANDERSON, Director Honors Program and Assoc. Professor, English, PhD,
    University of Wisconsin.
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TONIO ANDRADE, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, Yale University.
CARMEN I. APONTE, Asst. Professor, Social Work, PhD, Ohio State University.
STUART APPELLE, Professor, Letters and Sciences, PhD, George Washington University.
GAIL B. ARGETSINGER, Asst. Professor, Theatre, MA, Bowling Green State University.
SACHIO ASHIDA, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Nebraska.
WHITNEY J. AUTIN, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, Louisiana State University.
VIRGINIA BACHELER, Assoc. Professor, Communication, MS, Syracuse University.
JENNY BAKER, Asst. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Buffalo.
JOSEPH E. BALOG, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, PhD, University of Maryland.
LINDA F. BALOG, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, PhD, University of Maryland.
*BETSY C. BALZANO, Distinguished Service Professor, Education and Human
   Development, PhD, Florida State University.
PRIYA BANERJEE, Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, Southern Illinois University.
MIHAIL BARBOSU, Visiting Asst. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Romanian Ministry of
   Education.
GEORGE L. BARIDO, Lecturer, Computer Science, MS, Rochester Institute of
   Technology.
LARRY R. BASSI, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, MA, Washington State University.
*MORRIS I. BEERS, Professor and Chair, Education and Human Development, PhD,
   Vanderbilt University.
ROBERTA BEYER, Visiting Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, CAS,
   SUNY Oswego.
KAREN BIBBINS, Lecturer, Recreation and Leisure Studies, MS, Pennsylvania State
   University.
STACY L. BIRCH, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Illinois.
JEFFREY S. BIRD, Asst. Professor, Art, MFA, Universty of Massachusetts-Amherst.
CHARLES BLACK, Instructor, Physical Education and Sport, MA, University of
   California.
RALPH BLACK, Asst. Professor, English, PhD, New York University.
*MARGARET B. BLACKMAN, Professor, Anthropology, PhD, Ohio State University.
DAVIDA BLOOM, Instructor, Theater, MA, California University.
THOMAS P. BONNER, Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University of Cincinnati.
WALTER M. BOSTON, JR. Adjunct Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and
   Economics, PhD, Michigan State University.
CARROLL BOUMAN, Asst. Professor, PhD, Nursing, University of Rochester.
DAVID BRANNIGAN, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University of New
   Hampshire.
MONICA BRASTED, Instructor, Communication, MA, SUNY Brockport.
CHRISTOPHER BRENNAN, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Geneseo.
KELLY A. BRENNAN, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
ZARA R. BRENNER, Asst. Professor, Nursing, MS, University of Rochester.
STEVEN T. BRESLAWSKI, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Business Administration and
   Economics, PhD, Buffalo State College.
GARY P. BRIGGS, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, MBA,
   Indiana University.
SHERI BROCK, Instructor, Physical Education and Sport, ABD, University of Alabama.
MELISSA M. BROWN, Asst. Professor, Psychology, PhD, Indiana University
   Bloomington.
CAROL BROWNSTEIN-EVANS, Instructor, Social Work, MSW, Syracuse University.
*ARDEN K. BUCHOLZ JR., Professor, History, PhD, University of Chicago.
CYNTHIA P. BURKE, Lecturer, Mathematics and Coordinator of Developmental
   Mathematics, MA, SUNY Brockport.
CHRISTOPHER BURNETT, Assoc. Professor, Visual Studies, MFA, University of New
   Mexico.
MIRIAM E. BURSTEIN, Asst. Professor, English, PhD, University of Chicago.
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HEIDI K. BYRNE, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, University of
   Texas at Austin.
CHARLES CALLAHAN III, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics,
   PhD, University of Illinois Urbana.
RIKKI CANNIOTO, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, MS, University of
   Kentucky.
CATHERINE CARDINA, Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, Ohio State University.
MICHELE F. CARRON, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, MA, Ohio State
   University.
MARK J. CHADSEY, Asst. Professor, Political Science and International Studies, PhD,
   SUNY at Buffalo.
BETTY W. CHAN, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, Rutgers, The University of New
   Jersey.
STEPHEN W. CHAN, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University of Kansas.
JOSEPH L. CHESEBRO, Asst. Professor, Communication, EdD, West Virginia
   University.
RUTH CHILDS, Asst. Professor, Theatre, MFA, University of Minnesota.
OH KON CHO, Professor, Interdisciplinary Arts, PhD, Michigan State University.
JEFFREY L. COCHRAN, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, PhD, Virginia
   Polytechnic Institute.
WILLIAM M. CONKLIN, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, MBA,
   University of Rochester.
JAMES J. CORDEIRO, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
MARY COREY, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, University of
   Rochester.
DONALD COVELL, Visiting Asst. Professor, Educational Administration, CAS, SUNY
   Albany.
CHARLES V. COWLING, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Albany.
THOMAS CRIMANDO, Visiting Asst. Professor, History, PhD, University of Rochester.
ALICE L. CRUME, Asst. Professor, Communication, PhD, Bowling Green State
   University.
LUZ M. CRUZ, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, EdD, Columbia University.
JOHN DALY, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, Rice University.
EILEEN DANIEL, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Health Science, DEd, University of
   Oregon.
FREDERIC DANIELL, Asst. Professor, Social Work, MD, University of Kentucky.
JACQUELINE E. DAVIS, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Dance, MA, Ohio State University.
HASSAN DIAB, Adjunct Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, Syracuse University.
GEORGES DICKER, Professor, Chair and Director Philosophic Exchange, Philosophy,
   PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
PATRICIA F. DICKINSON, Lecturer, English, MS, SUNY Buffalo.
EDWARD H. DOWNEY, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Public Administration, DPA, SUNY
   Albany.
WILLIAM H. DRESNACK, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, JD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
DIANE C. DWYER, Assoc. Professor & Chair, Social Work, MSW, SUNY Buffalo.
*CHARLES R. EDWARDS, Assoc. Professor, Anthropology, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
CARVIN EISON, Asst. Professor, Communication, MA, SUNY Buffalo.
EDWARD W. ERAMUS, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, JD,
   Case Western Reserve University.
JAMES E. FATULA, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, PhD, Fordhan University.
DEBRA FROMM FARIA, Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, MSW, Syracuse
   University.
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JOHN FEENEY, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, BS, SUNY Brockport.
*RICHARD J. FENTON, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
DOUGLAS FELDMAN, Professor, Anthropology, PhD, SUNY Stony Brook.
HERBERT C. FINK, Asst. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Rochester.
K.THOMAS FINLEY, Professor, Chemistry, PhD, University of Rochester.
DEBRA FISHER, Asst. Professor, Art, MA, Ohio State University.
JOHN J. FITZPATRICK, Visiting Asst. Professor, Washington Semester Program, PhD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
DONALD FOGT, Instructor, Physical Education and Sport, MS University of Arizona.
PATTI FOLLANSBEE, Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, Southern Illinois University.
LORI-ANN B. FORZANO, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, PhD, SUNY at Stony Brook.
P. MICHAEL FOX, Assoc. Professor, PhD, University of Illinois, Urbana.
SONDRA H. FRALEIGH, Professor, Dance, MA, University of Utah.
JOEL FRATER, Assoc. Professor, Recreation and Leisure Studies, Edd Temple University.
RICHARD G. FREY, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, JD, University of Texas-Austin.
JOHN T. GARDNER, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   Ohio State University.
EUGENE GARTLAND, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, MS, University of Rochester.
T. GREGORY GARVEY, Asst. Professor, English, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
*ROBERT J. GEMMETT, Professor, English, PhD, Syracuse University.
SANTO GIGLIO, Assoc. Professor, Dance, MA, University of California-Los Angeles.
MARY JO GIGLIOTTI, Asst. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Geneseo.
JOSEPH GILBERT, Professor, Philosophy, PhD, New York University.
JANET F. GILLESPIE, Assoc.. Professor, Psychology, PhD, Southern Illinois University.
ROBERT GILLIAM, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MSLS, Columbia University.
CAROL GODSAVE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Educational Administration, MA, Gallaudet
   College.
THOMAS GOLASZEWSKI, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, EdD, SUNY Buffalo.
SANDRA L. GRACZYK, Professor and Chair, Educational Administration, EdD, SUNY
   Buffalo.
FREDERICK J. GRAVETTER, Professor, Psychology, PhD, Duke University.
CAROLYN J. GREENE, Lecturer, Chemistry, MSED, SUNY Brockport.
HAROLD GREENSTEIN, Professor, Philosophy, PhD, New York University.
PETROS HADJICOSTAS, Asst. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Carnegie Mellon
   University.
DAVID G. HALE, Professor, English, PhD, Duke University.
JOHN HALSEY, Visiting Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, University of Exeter.
STASIE HARRINGTON, Asst. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD,
   Pennsylvania State University.
PATRICIA M. HARRIS, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, Duke University.
BABAN HASNAT, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   University of Tennessee-Knoxville.
JAMES M. HAYNES, Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University of Minnesota.
JENNIFER M. HECKER, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Art, MFA, University of Minnesota.
MARK P. HEITZ, Asst. Professor, Chemistry, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
TIMOTHY J. HENRY, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, University of
   Pittsburgh.
THOMAS J. HERNANDEZ, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, EDD, University of
   Rochester.
KENNETH J. HERRMANN, JR., Assoc. Professor, Social Work, MSW, SUNY Buffalo.
JOSEPH HOFF, Asst. Professor, Educational Administration, EdD, SUNY Buffalo.
MARKUS HOFFMANN, Asst. Professor, Chemistry, PhD, Washington University.
SANDRA HOLINBAUGH BELTZ, Lecturer, Delta College, MA, SUNY Brockport.
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DAVID HOLTZMAN, Asst. Professor, Psychology, PhD, SUNY Health Science Center at
   Brooklyn.
SUSAN HOPKINS, Lecturer, Theatre, BA, SUNY College at Brockport.
CATHY HOUSTON-WILSON, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD,
   Oregon State University.
CATHERINE HUBBARD, Asst. Professor, Art, MFA, SUNY Brockport.
WILLIAM HULLFISH, JR., Assoc. Professor, Interdisciplinary Arts, EdD, SUNY Buffalo.
KATHLEEN J. HUNTER, Visiting Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, Southern Illinois
   University.
EARL G. INGERSOLL, Distinguished Teaching Professor, English, PhD, University of
   Wisconsin.
CHRISTIAN ITIN, Asst. Professor, Social Work, PhD, University of Denver
*OWEN S. IRELAND, Distinguished Teaching Professor, History, PhD, University of
   Pittsburgh.
DAVID JAKEL, Visiting Asst. Professor, Computer Science
ASRI JANTAN, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD, Old
   Dominion University.
DAVID L. JEWELL, Professor, Recreation and Leisure Studies, PhD, Southern Illinois
   University.
DAWN JONES, Asst. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Western Michigan University.
REBECCA JONES, Visiting Asst., Political Science, MA California State-Long Beach.
THOMAS W. KALLEN, Professor, Chemistry, PhD, Washington State University.
BARBARA KASPER, Assoc. Professor, Social Work, MSW, Syracuse University.
ELI KATZ, Visiting Asst Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, John Hopkins University.
JOHN KEISER, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD, University
   of Illinois.
D. DONALD KENT, JR., Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   Union College.
*JOHN W. KILLIGREW, Professor, History, PhD, Indiana University.
JUDITH KITCHEN, Lecturer, English, MFA, Warren Wilson College.
DONNA M. KOWAL, Asst. Professor, Communication, PhD, University of Pittsburgh.
*ROGER J. KURTZ, Assoc. Professor, English, PhD, University of Iowa.
*KATHLEEN KUTOLOWSKI, Assoc. Professor, History, PhD, University of Rochester.
JUSTIN LAIRD, Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, University of Texas.
KADATHUR B. LAKSHMANAN, Professor and Chair, Computer Science, PhD, Ohio
   State University.
LORI H. LAMPERT, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, Syracuse University.
JEFFREY T. LASHBROOK, Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, University of Rochester.
TERESA K. LEHR, Lecturer, English, MA, SUNY Brockport.
CRAIG R. LENDING, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University of
   Wisconsin Madison.
W. BRUCE LESLIE, Professor, History, PhD, Johns Hopkins University.
DENA B. LEVY, Asst. Professor, Political Science and International Studies, PhD,
   University of Iowa.
HSIANG LIAO, Instructor, Communication, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
LAUREN J. LIEBERMAN, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, Oregon
   State University.
LEIGH LITTLE, Asst. Professor, Computational Science, PhD, University of Arizona.
JENNIFER M. LLOYD, Asst. Professor, Women’s Studies, PhD, University of Rochester.
MARGARET LOGAN, Asst. Professor, Chemistry, PhD, University of Rochester.
MARGIE LOVETT-SCOTT, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
JOAN M. LUCAS, Assoc. Professor, Computer Science, PhD, Princeton University.
RICHARD LUMB, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Criminal Justice, PhD, Florida State
   University at Tallahassee.
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ANNE S. MACPHERSON, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, University of Wisconsin.
KATHERINE P. MADDEN, Visiting Asst. Professor, Communication, PhD, Pennsylvania
    State University.
JEFFREY S. MAGERS, Asst. Professor, Criminal Justice, PhD, Spalding University.
RICHARD T. MAHONEY, Assoc. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Washington University
    Saint Louis.
*JOHN R. MAIER, Distinguished Teaching Professor, English, PhD, Duquesne
    University.
*JOSEPH C. MAKAREWICZ, Distinguished Service Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD,
    Cornell University.
JOSE A. MALIEKAL, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, University of Hawaii.
SALAHUDDIN MALIK, Professor, History, PhD, McGill University-Canada.
*RICHARD V. MANCUSO, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Physics, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
JONATHAN MANEY, Visiting Asst. Professor, English, PhD, University of Utah.
JOHN K. MARAH, Assoc. Professor and Chair, African and Afro-American Studies, EdD,
    Syracuse University.
MORAG MARTIN, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, University of California-Irvine.
JUDY A. MASSARE, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, Johns Hopkins University.
TIMOTHY MASSEY, Asst. Professor, Art, MFA, Ohio State University.
PETER O. MATTHEWS, Lecturer and Asst. Football Coach, Physical Education and
    Sport, BA, Dickinson College.
CAROLYN A. MCBRIDE, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Geneseo.
LESLIE MCCULLOCH, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, PhD, University of
    Rochester.
CATHERINE MCKEEN, Asst. Proferssor, Philosophy, PhD, Rutgers, The State University
    of New Jersey.
*MERRILL J. MELNICK, Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, Ohio State
    University.
GARY J. METZ, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, MPA, SUNY Brockport.
THOMAS R. METZGER, Lecturer, English, MLS, SUNY Geneseo.
*JOHN G. MICHAELS, Professor, Mathematics, PhD, University of Rochester.
DIANNE R. MILLER, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, MBA,
    University of Rochester.
ELAINE K. MILLER, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Foreign Languages and Literatures,
    PhD, University of California-Los Angeles.
ROBERT MILLER, Professor and Chair, Psychology, PhD, Pennsylvania State University.
SANFORD S. MILLER, Professor, Mathematics, PhD, University of Kentucky.
LORI E. MILLS, Asst. Professor, Art, MFA, Rochester Institute of Technology.
SANDEEP R. MITRA, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, PhD, SUNY Binghamton.
CLYDE MORGAN, Assoc. Professor, Dance, BA, Cleveland State University.
*J. EMORY MORRIS, Professor, Chemistry, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Madison.
JAMES MORRIS, Asst. Professor, Art, MFA, University of Massachusetts.
PAUL MOYER, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, The College of William & Mary.
CHRISTINE MURRAY, Assoc. Professor and Assoc. Dean, Education and Human
    Development, PhD, Syracuse University.
DONALD F. MURRAY, Assoc. Professor and Wrestling Coach, Physical Education and
    Sport, MS, SUNY College at Brockport.
*SHEILA A. MYER, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, MSN, University of Rochester.
*KAZUMI NAKANO, Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Wayne State University.
CHARLES P. NEMETH, Professor, Criminal Justice, JD, University of Baltimore.
EVELYN S. NEWLYN, Professor, English, PhD, Syracuse University.
DEREK NIKITAS, Lecturer, English, MFA, University of North Carolina.
GRETA A. NIU, Asst. Professor, English, PhD, Duke University.
MARK R. NOLL, Asst. Professor and Radiation Safety Officer, Earth Sciences, PhD,
    University of Delaware.
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*CHRISTOPHER J. NORMENT, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, University
    of Kansas.
SUSAN K. NOVINGER, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD,
    University of Missouri-Columbia.
EILEEN T. O’BRIEN, Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, University of Florida.
*KENNETH P. O’BRIEN, Assoc. Professor, History, PhD, Northwestern University.
REGINALD T. OCANSEY, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, Ohio
    State University.
FELIX N. OKOYE, Professor, African and Afro-American Studies, PhD, University of
    California-Los Angeles.
ANNE M. PANNING, Asst. Professor, English, PhD, University of Hawaii.
ANDREA PARADA, Assoc. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD, University
    of Michigan.
ALISON PARKER, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, Johns Hopkins University.
*LYNN H. PARSONS, Professor, History, PhD, Johns Hopkins University.
SUSAN C. PETERSEN, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, EdD, Teachers
    College, Columbia University.
*KATHLEEN L. PETERSON-SWEENEY, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, MS, University of
    Rochester.
DMITRI POPOV, Asst. Professor, Physics, PhD, Clarkson University.
FREDRIC A. POWELL, Assoc. Professor, Communication, PhD., Michigan State
    University.
GABRIEL PRAJITURA, Asst. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, Universty of Tenessee.
FAITH PRATHER, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
PAMELA QUAMO, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, MS, SUNY
    Brockport.
JENNIFER QUIGLEY, Senior Asst. Librarian, Library, MLS, Syracuse University.
KULATHUR RAJASETHUPATHY, Professor, Computer Science, PhD, Research
    Institute-India.
P. GIBSON RALPH, Asst. Professor, Theatre, MA, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor.
THAMBRAHALLI M. RAO, Professor, Computer Science, PhD, Indian Institute of
    Science-India.
BILLY W. REED, Asst. Professor, Communication, PhD, University of Michigan.
WILLIAM I. RIDDELL, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Connecticut.
MARY ELLEN ROBINSON, Asst. Professor, Nursing, MS, University of Rochester.
SCOTT D. ROBINSON, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD,
    Florida State University.
SCOTT M. ROCHETTE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, Saint Louis
    University.
DANIEL F. ROGERS, Lecturer, Computer Science, MS, Syracuse University.
VICTOR J. ROJAS, Assoc. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD, Indiana
    University.
JACK ROLLWAGEN, Professor, Anthropology, PhD, University of Oregon.
JANE ROMAL, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, DBA, Cleveland
    State University.
STANLEY ROSE, Asst, Professor, African and Afro-American Studies, MA, Howard
    University.
JOHN ROSENBERRY, Visiting Asst. Professor, Communication, MBA, Syracuse
    University.
ANDREA RUBERY, Asst. Professor, Political Science and International Studies, PhD,
    Georgetown University.
*STANLEY S. RUBIN, Professor and Director Writers Forum, English, PhD, Harvard
    University.
LYNAE E. SAKSHAUG, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD,
    North Carolina State University.
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ROCCO P. SALOMONE, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, MS, SUNY Brockport.
JANINE SANTIAGO, Visiting Asst. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literature, MA,
   SUNY Buffalo.
GREGORY SAXTON, Asst. Professor, Public Administration, PhD, Claremont Graduate
   University.
DOUGLAS M. SCHEIDT, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
EDWARD SCHELB, Lecturer, English, PhD, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee.
KENNETH D. SCHLECHT, Assoc. Professor, Chemistry, PhD, University of Iowa.
LINDA K. SCHLOSSER, Lecturer, Education and Human Development, PhD, University
   of Florida.
ROBERT SCHNEIDER, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, EdD, Temple
   University.
JOAN E. SCHOCKOW, Lecturer and Head Soccer Coach, Athletics, MS, SUNY
   Brockport.
ANTHONY SCIME, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, DA, George Mason University.
*SUSAN R. SEEM, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Counselor Education, PhD, Pennsylvania
   State University.
ROBERT H. SEGUIN, Lecturer, English, PhD, Duke University.
MUHYI A. SHAKOOR, Professor, Counselor Education, PhD, Kent State University.
*PATRICIA L. SHARKEY, Asst. Professor, Nursing, MSN, SUNY Buffalo.
SHIKHA SHARMA, Assoc. Librarian, MA, University of Toronto.
SUSAN M. SHONK, Asst. Professor, Psychology, PhD, University of Rochester.
FRANCIS X. SHORT, Professor & Chair, Physical Education and Sport, PED, Indiana
   University.
REY ANTONIA SIA, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, PhD, Columbia University.
PATRICIA J. SIEGEL, Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD, Yale University.
SANDEEP SINGH, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD, Kent
   State University.
JOSEPH SIRACUSA, Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD, University of
   Illinois-Urbana.
HOWARD SKOGMAN, Asst. Professor, Mathematics, PhD, UCSD.
WARREN R. SKYE, JR., Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, MSW, SUNY at Buffalo.
KAREN SLONSKI-FOWLER, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, MS,
   Nova University.
ARTHUR E. SMITH, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD,
   Syracuse University.
DANIEL E. SMITH, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, University of
   Illinois.
LINDA SNELL, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
CHARLES J. SOMMER, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Mathematics, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
NATALIE SOMMERVILE, Asst. Librarian, Library, MLS, University of Texas at Austin.
JOAN SPADE, Professor and Chair, Sociology, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
JAMES SPILLER, Asst. Professor, History, PhD, University of Wisconsin.
JOHN J. SPITZER, Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD, University
   of Pittsburgh.
RICHARD R. ST GEORGE, Assoc. Professor, Theatre, MFA, Illinois State University.
SHAWN ST. JEAN, Visiting Asst. Professor, English, PhD, Kent State.
DAVID STAVELEY, Asst. Professor, Political Science and International Studies, PhD,
   Buffalo State College.
ROGER K. STEINHAUER, Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, Florida State University.
*WILLIAM F. STIER, JR., Distinguished Professor and Director Graduate Physical
   Education and Sport, Coordinator Sports Management, Coaching and Athletic
   Administration, EdD, University of South Dakota.
SUSAN STITES-DOE, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   SUNY Brockport.
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*ROBERT W. STRAYER, Professor, History, PhD, University of Wisconsin.
DONALD C. STREEKS, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, MS, James
   Madison University.
STEPHEN M. STREET, Lecturer, English, MFA, University of Arkansas.
*JEFFREY C. STRIETER, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics,
   PhD, Syracuse University.
JUANITA SUAREZ, Asst. Professor, Dance, MFA, University of Utah.
MOHAMMED Z. TAHAR, Asst. Professor, Physics, PhD, Boston University.
TIMOTHY G. THORNTON, Lecturer, Sociology, MA, University of Wisconsin-
   Milwaukee.
SUSAN TAYLOR-BROWN
DANNY TOO, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD, University of
   Illinois.
GREGORY M. TOTH, Assoc. Librarian, Library, MLS, SUNY Geneseo.
RALPH R. TRECARTIN, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   Michigan State University.
ALAN TURLEY, Asst. Professor, Sociology, PhD, University of Texas.
ROBERT E. TUZUN, Asst. Professor, Computational Science, PhD, University of Illinois.
EDWARD UDD, Assoc. Professor and Chair, Recreation and Leisure Studies, PhD,
   Michigan State University.
MARCIA A. ULLMAN, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, MSN, Boston College.
*STEPHEN H. ULLMAN, Professor and Chair, Political Science and International
   Studies, PhD, University of Minnesota.
ROBIN UMBER, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD, University
   of Wisconsin.
CONRAD VANVOORST, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, EdD,
   Vanderbilt University.
WILLIAM R. VEENIS, Jr., Lecturer, Education and Human Development, Med,
   University of Pittsburgh.
PETER D. VERONESI, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, PhD,
   University of Iowa.
KIM VOSSLER, Asst. Librarian, MLS, SUNY College at Brockport.
MELISSA L. WAITE, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, PhD,
   SUNY Buffalo.
WANDA E. WAKEFIELD, Asst. Professor, Delta College, PhD, University of Illinois.
CELIA A. WATT, Asst. Professor, Health Science, PhD, University of Texas.
*JERALD L. WEAVER, Asst. Professor and Assoc. Chair, Business Administration and
   Economics, PhD, Florida State University.
ROBERT S. WEINBECK, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, Iowa State University.
DONNA WILKERSON, Asst. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, PhD,
   University of North Carolina.
CHRISTOPHER WILLIAMS, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, PhD,
   Auburn University.
JOSEPH P. WINNICK, Distinguished Service Professor, Physical Education and Sport,
   EdD, Temple University.
WALLIE WOLFGRUBER, Asst. Professor, Dance, MFA, New York University.
WENDY WRIGHT, Asst. Professor, Public Administration, MA, SUNY Binghamton.
LOUANN WURST, Asst. Professor, Anthropology, PhD, SUNY Binghamton.
ALEXANDER YAHKNIS, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, PhD, Cornell University.
OSMAN YASAR, Professor & Chair, Computational Science, PhD, University of
   Wisconsin.
JAMES A. ZOLLWEG, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, PhD, Cornell University.
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FACULTY OF THE EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER
EMILE ADJIVON, Instructor, EOC Academic Department, BS, E., University College of
   Cape Coast.
SUSAN A. BARCO, Instructor, EOC Child Care Program, BA, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
PATRICIA L. CHAKALIS, Asst. Professor, EOC Academic Department, MS, SUNY
   College at Geneseo.
MARIE CHAPMAN, Instructor, EOC Office Technology, MS, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
LAURA CLAY, Instructor, EOC Nursing, BS, Trinity College.
PATRICIA CRANE, Lecturer, EOC Academic Department, BSN, D’Youville College-
   Buffalo.
COLLEEN A. COLTONIAK, Instructor, EOC Nursing, BS, Roberts Wesleyan College.
CAROL CUDDIHEE, Instructor, EOC Academic Department, MA, College of Saint
   Rose.
CAROLYN DUSSAULT, Instructor, EOC Bridge Program, BSN, Castleton State College.
JANICE R. FLENTJE, Clinical Instructor, EOC Nursing, MS, University of Evansville.
EUGENE F. GARTLAND, Asst. Professor, EOC Academic Department, MS, University
   of Rochester.
JOAN M. GRAVES, Instructor, EOC Restaurant Skills, BA, SUNY College at Brockport.
LINDA T. HENDRIX, Instructor, EOC Academic Department, MALS, SUNY College at
   Brockport.
KAREN HILLARY-IGLESIA, Instructor, EOC Academic Department,
LAURAINE LAUX, Instructor, EOC Nursing, MA, SUNY College at Brockport.
MARY LIGHTFOOT, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, MS, University of New
   Hampshire.
LESLIE LOCKETZ, Asst. Professor, EOC Academic Department, MFA, SUNY at Buffalo.
ROSALIE M. LODATO, Asst. Professor, EOC Nursing, MS, SUNY College at Brockport.
CHERYL M. LONG, Instructor, EOC Nursing, AS, Monroe Community College.
BEATRICE MCCLOUD, Instructor, EOC Nursing, BS, Alfred University.
ALFREDA M. MEYERS, Instructor, EOC Nursing, BS, Alfred University.
EARNEST MILLER, Instructor, EOC Restaurant Skills, MS, SUNY College at Brockport.
MILDRED P. MILLS, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, MS, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
DONALD C. MULLER, Jr., Instructor, EOC Construction Trades, Empire State College.
LEILA G. NASSAR, Asst. Professor, EOC Nursing, MLS, SUNY College at Brockport.
ELIZABETH R. ORTIZ, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, MS, Nazareth College
   of Rochester.
JONATHAN C. PERKINS, Instructor, EOC Cosmetology.
PENNY L. SAYLES, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, MA, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
SHIRLEY SHAW, Instructor, EOC Office Technology, MSEd, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
LENA Y. SHIAO, Instructor, EOC Academic Affairs, MS, Nazareth College.
BARBARA A. SIMMONS, Instructor, EOC Surgical Technology, Laredo Junior College,
   TX.
SUSAN B. STEINBRENNER, Instructor, EOC Academic, MS, SUNY Brockport.
JACQUELINE M. STOLT, Instructor, EOC Nursing, BS, SUNY Empire State College.
VIRGINIA SERRANO VARGAS, EOC Nail Technician Instructor.
WENDY VONHOLD, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, MA, Nazareth College of
   Rochester.
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PROFESSIONAL STAFF
ISKRA A. ALEXANDROV, Director, Broadcast Operations, Communication, ME,
    Institute of Electrical Engineering.
ERIN ANDREW, Staff Assistant, Undergraduate Admissions, BA, SUNY College at
    Geneseo.
MICHAEL D. ANDRIATCH, Director, Alumni Relations, Institutional Advancement,
    BS, SUNY Brockport.
MARIANGELA ANNUCCI, Senior Career Planning and Development Assoc., Career
    Services, MS, Nazareth College of Rochester.
REDDY ANUGU, Senior Programmer/Software Analyst, Academic IT Support Services,
    MS, Jackson State University.
DANIEL B. ASKEY, Asst. Director of EOP Services, EOP, MS, SUNY Brockport.
*J. SCOTT ATKINSON, Assistant VP for Enrollment Management, Director of Financial
    Aid, Financial Aid Office, MS, SUNY Brockport.
JEREMY J. BABCOCK, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
    MBA, California University.
MELISSA BARBARA, Financial Aid Advisor, Financial Aid Office, BS, Roberts Wesleyan
    College.
JAMES BAREIS, Asst. for Instructional Resources, Communication, BS, SUNY
    Brockport.
PETER G. BAUDANZA, Budget Coordinator, Athletics, BS, SUNY Geneseo.
WENDY BEARDSLEY, Purchasing Assistant, Procurement and Payment Services, BS,
    SUNY Geneseo.
NORA Y. BELL, Senior Financial Aid Advisor, Financial Aid Office, MA, SUNY
    Brockport.
SHARON BELLE-RENDER, Counselor, Counseling Center, MSEd, SUNY Brockport.
MARCIA A. BETLEM, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
    MBA, Rochester Institute of Technology.
EDWINA BILLINGS, Programmer Analyst, Academic Affairs, BS, Lamar University.
DEBORAH A. BIRKINS, Assistant Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
    Residential Life, MS, SUNY Brockport.
MARY KAY BISHOP, Vice President Institutional Advancement, BS, Nazareth College.
RICHARD W. BLACK, Director, Design and Production, BFA, Rhode Island School of
    Design.
ROBERT BLAIR, Student Union Associate, Campus Life, MS, SUNY Brockport.
FREDERICK BLANCHARD, Resident Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning
    Communities, MS, Buffalo State College.
ROBERT BLANCHET, Staff Assistant, Undergraduate Admissions, BA, SUNY Brockport.
NANCY E. BRINKWART, Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Center, MSN, University
    of Rochester.
MICHAEL D. BROWN, Assistant Director, Undergraduate Admissions, MS, SUNY
    Potsdam.
SANDRA CAIN, Costumer, Dance, MA, Iowa State University.
JILL F. CAMPBELL, Assistant to the VP for Enrollment Management, Staff Associate,
    Academic Advisement, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, Assistant Director, Marketing Communications, MALS, SUNY
    Brockport.
ELIZABETH S. CARUSO, Director, Student Health Center, Student Health Center, MS,
    University of Rochester.
LINDA J. CASE, Director, Athletics, MS, SUNY Brockport.
ANDREA CHAUNCEY, Admissions Advisor, Undergradaute Admissions, BA, SUNY
    Geneseo.
PATRICIA A. COATES, Staff Assistant, International Education, BS, SUNY Brockport.
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LEE J. COHEN, Head Athletic Trainer, Physical Education and Sport, MS, University of
   Arizona.
ADRIENNE COLLIER, Affirmative Action Officer, Affirmative Action, MBA, University
   of Central Florida.
AVIVIAN CONDELLO, Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Center, MS, St. John Fisher
   College.
D. LYNNE CONRADT, Staff Assistant, Institutional Advancement, BS, SUNY Brockport.
JOLYNNE CORSI, Coordinator of Open Relations, Campus Recreation, BS, SUNY
   Brockport.
TAMMIE DALE, Career Planning and Development Assistant, Career Services, MS,
   Canisuis College.
CHRISTINA DAUENHAUER, Overseas Academic Program Representative, International
   Education, BA, SUNY Brockport.
KEVIN A. DAY, Senior Programmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking Services, MS,
   Rochester Institute of Technology.
NANCY DI PASQUALE, Coordinator of Elementary and Secondary Education,
   Education and Human Development, BA, Lowell State College.
RAY M. DI PASQUALE, VP, Enrollment Management, MS, Northeastern University.
ROBERT H. DICARLO, Senior Career Planning and Development Assoc., Career
   Services, MPA, SUNY Brockport.
SHELITHA DICKERSOM, Resident Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning
   Communities, MSW, SUNY Stony Brook.
BRIAN K. DICKINSON, Ice Hockey Coach and Ice Rink Manager, Campus Recreation,
   MS, United States Sports Academy.
*COLLEEN DONALDSON, Grants Development Director, Academic Affairs, MS,
   SUNY Brockport.
SHANNON DOOLIN, Marketing Communications Associate, Marketing
   Communications, BA, SUNY Brockport.
PETER N. DOWE, Registrar, Registration and Records, MS, SUNY Brockport.
THOMAS DREYER, Assistant Vice President, Facilities and Planning, MS, Penn State
   University.
TOMMY DUNBAR, Weekend Coordinator, Graduate Studies, MA, SUNY Brockport.
JAMES C. DUSEN, Manager, Photographic Services, Design and Production, AAS,
   Monroe Community College.
JUSTINA ELMORE, Development Associate, Institutional Advancement, BA, University
   of Southern Colorado.
MARCELLA H. ESLER, Director of Student Retention, Enrollment Management, MA,
   SUNY Brockport.
KIMBERLY FABER, Development Associate, Institutional Advancement, BA, SUNY
   Geneseo.
TIMOTHY J. FLANAGAN, Provost and Vice President, Academic Affairs, PhD, SUNY
   Albany.
LINDA FLEMING, Staff Assistant, Social Work, BA, SUNY Albany.
CHRIS FLORENCE, Director of Marketing Communications, Enrollment Management,
   BS, SUNY Brockport.
P. MICHAEL FOX, Vice Provost for Academic Affairs, PhD, University of Illinois-Urbana.
*JOSEPH S. FRANEK, JR., Director, Residential Life, Residential Life/Learning
   Communities, and Interim Dean, Student Affairs, MA, University of Connecticut.
LAURIE FREEMAN, Assistant Bursar, Bursar, BS, SUNY Brockport.
JOHNNA M. FROSINI, Coordinator, Parking, BS, SUNY Brockport.
JANAK GADA, Help Desk Coordinator, IT Support Services, BA, University of Rochester.
BECKY GAGNE, Personnel Assistant, Human Resources, BA, SUNY Genesseo.
CRAIG W. GALLAGHER, Coordinator Veterans Affairs, Financial Aid Office, MA,
   SUNY Brockport.
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MARY ANN F. GIGLIO, Director, Student Learning Center, MSEd, SUNY Brockport.
ARTHUR GRAHAM, Instructional Administrative Associate, Recreation and Leisure
   Studies, MS, Eastern Kentucky University.
TOMICKA GREEN, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MS, SUNY College at Buffalo.
JEANNE M. GRINNAN, Composition Coordinator, English, MSEd, SUNY Brockport.
KATHLEEN H. GROVES, Acting Director, Professional Education, and Assistant to the
   President, President’s Office, BS, SUNY Brockport.
SCOTT HAINES, Asst. Director, Recreational Services, MS, SUNY Brockport.
RICHARD E. HART, Assistant Instructional Resources, Media Services, BS, SUNY
   Brockport.
SUSAN C. HAWKES, College Events Coordinator, Campus Life, MS, SUNY Cortland.
MICHELLE HERNANDEZ, Director of Facilities Services, Facilities and Planning, BS,
   SUNY Empire State College.
ROBERT T. HEYWOOD, Assoc. Technical Services, Technology Support Services, BA, St.
   John Fisher College.
MARK F. HILLMAN, Staff Assistant, Facilities and Planning, BS, SUNY Brockport.
SUSAN HOFFMAN, Assoc. Athletic Director and Senior Women’s Administrator,
   Athletics, MA, Ohio State University.
TERRENCE HOOPER, Director of Human Resources, Human Resources, MS, London
   School of Economics and Political Science.
WAYNE B. HUNTER, Director, Telecommunications, MBA, SUNY Buffalo.
FELECIA A. HUTCHINS, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning
   Communities, BS, SUNY Brockport.
JENNIFER HYATT, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MA, University of Minnesota.
NANCY S. IAFRATI, Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Center, MS, University of
   Rochester.
WILLIAM IVEY, Associate Vice President for IT Support Services, Academic Affairs, PhD,
   Arizona State University.
JOSEPH JOHNSTON, Judicial Coordinator, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MBA, SUNY Binghamton.
SANDRA M. JOHNSTON, Staff Assistant, Registration and Records, BS, SUNY
   Brockport.
STEPHEN KAMPF, Director, Recreational Services, MA, East Stroudsburg University.
STEVEN K. KAST, Senior Asst. Director, Undergraduate Admissions, MA, SUNY
   Brockport.
ROBERT J. KEHOE, Chief, University Police, MA, Sam Houston State University.
GREGORY A. KENNEY, Instructional Support Associate, Physical Education and Sport,
   EdD, SUNY Buffalo.
GREGORY H. KETCHUM, Instructional Support Technician, Dance, BS, SUNY
   Brockport.
AMY KING, Registered Dietician, Student Health Center, BS, Syracuse University.
CYNTHIA K. KOHLMAN, Assistant Director Financial Aid, Financial Aid, MA, SUNY
   Brockport.
MARIE KOUTHOOFD, Counselor, Counseling Center, MA, SUNY Brockport.
WARREN R. KOZIRESKI, WBSU Station Manager and Instructor, Campus Life, MPA,
   SUNY Brockport.
MARK KRUEGER, Student Activities Director, Athletics, BS, SUNY College at
   Brockport.
RICHARD C. LAIR, Director, Facilities Maintenance, Facilities and Planning, BS, Rutgers
   University.
DAWN M. LEE, Instructional Support Assistant, Chemistry, BS, SUNY Brockport.
STEVE LEWIS, Web Manager, IT Systems and Networking, BA, University of Rochester.
BARBARA LESAVOY, Assistant Director EOP Academic, EOP, EdM, Boston University.
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MICHAEL A. MAGGIOTTO, Dean, Letters and Sciences, PhD, Indiana University.
FRANK MANCINI, AV Distribution Technician, Media Services, BA, University of Notre
   Dame.
JASON MANGONE, Asst. Football Coach and Athletic Recreation Coordinator,
   Athletics, BS, SUNY Brockport.
DONNA MARTELL, Revenue Accountant, Accounting, BS, Clarkson University.
NICHOLAS C. MASCARI, Marketing Communications Associate, Marketing
   Communications, BA, Rollins College.
JOSEPH R. MASON, Dean, Professions, PhD, Boston College.
DIANE MAURER, Director, Field Experience, Education and Human Development,
   MED, SUNY Buffalo.
ERIC MCDOWELL, Sports Information Director, Athletics, BA, University of New
   Haven.
SHARISE MCGILL, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, BA, SUNY Oswego.
STEVEN C. MCMASTER, Acting Programming Manager, IT Systems and Networking,
   MA, SUNY Brockport.
SANDRA H. MEADE, Senior Academic Advisor, Academic Advisement, MS, SUNY
   Brockport.
HEIDI M. MELENS, Lotus Notes Administrator, IT Systems and Networking, BS, SUNY
   Brockport.
ELIZABETH MEYER, Assistant Director, Student Learning Center, MA, SUNY
   Brockport.
WENDY MEYER, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, MS, Indiana
   University.
MARCY A. MILLER, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MBA, St. Bonaventure.
RONALD MILLER, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MA, University of San Diego.
MICHAEL M. MILITELLO, Assistant Athletic Trainer, Physical Education and Sport,
   MS, Indiana State University.
GREIG W. MITCHELL, Vice President, Administration and Finance, MPA, University of
   Pittsburgh.
STASIA M. MOLYNEUX, Staff Assistant, Facilities and Planning, BS, SUNY Brockport.
RANDOLPH C. MOREDOCK, Senior Counselor, Counseling Center, PhD, University
   of North Dakota.
LUCILLE MORIARTY, Staff Nurse, Student Health Center, BS, Niagara University.
GRETCHEN E. MORITH, Purchase Assistant, Procurement and Payment Services, BS,
   SUNY Empire State College.
RICHARD G. MORRISON, Data Communications Specialist, IT Support Services, AS,
   Bryant & Stratton Business Institute.
FELICIA MUNION, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, BA, Bryn Mawr.
DANIEL MURDOCH, Lead Programmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking, MHA,
   William Simon School of Business.
GARY T. MUSANTE, Technical Director, Theatre, MFA, University Michigan.
THEODORE NADELEN, Staff Assistant, Student Health Center, BS, D’Youville College.
DONNA J. NAPIER, Purchasing Staff Assistant, Procurement and Payment Services, BS,
   Roberts Wesleyan College.
SAMUAL L. NICOLOSI, Manager of Graphic Design, Design and Production, BFA,
   Rochester Institute of Technology.
*THOMAS A. NUGENT, Director, Academic Advisement, MS, Pennsylvania State
   University.
OMERI NWACHI, Facility Coordinator, MetroCenter, BA, University of Port Harcourt
   Nigeria.
NANCY H. O’CONNOR, Senior Programmer Analyst, IT Support Services, BET,
   Rochester Institute of Technology.
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PAMELA O’KEEFER, Program Administrator, Business Administration and Economics,
   MBA, SUNY Buffalo.
KAREN E. O’TOOLE, Clinical Coordinator, Student Health Center, MPA, SUNY
   Brockport.
JULIAN ORTIZ, Assistant Director, Graduate Admissions, BA, SUNY Brockport.
MARY JO ORZECH, Director, IT Support Services, PhD, Pennsylvania State University.
JOHN J. OSOWSKI, Director of Planning, Facilities and Planning, MBA, Rochester
   Institute of Technology.
GARY O. OWENS, Director, EOP, MSEd, SUNY Brockport.
JEFFIFER PADELLERO, Staff Accountant, Accounting, BS, SUNY Brockport.
TIFFANY PAINE, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, BA, SUNY
   Brockport.
SUSAN L. PARRINO, Director, Institutional Advancement Services, Institutional
   Advancement, MA, Bowling Green State University.
ANNE H. PARSONS, Computing Resources Manager, IT Support Services, MS, SUNY
   Brockport.
JANET PELUSO, Coordinator of Field Experience, Professional Education Unit, MS,
   Nazareth College of Rochester.
JOHN J. PERRY, Dean, International Education, PhD, University of Pennsylvania.
LISA PETROS, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, MBA, Fonbonne College.
VICTORIA PHIPPS, Personnel Asst., Human Resources, BA, SUNY Brockport.
JAN PISANCZYN, Regional Director, Small Business Development Center, BA, Buffalo
   State College.
KAREN M. PODSIADLY, Director, Leadership and Community Development, MS,
   Western Illinois University.
JEFFREY D. POST, Director, Budget and Post-award Activities, Budgeting, MS, Rochester
   Institute of Technology.
HOLLY POWELL, Personnel Assistant, Human Resources, BS, SUNY College at
   Fredonia.
NANCY PRICE, Progarmmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking Services, MS,
   Rochester Institute of Technology.
RONALD PRINE, Systems Programmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking, AS,
   Niagara County Community College.
DANIEL RAIMONDO, Director, Campus Life, and Interim Assistant Dean, Student
   Affairs, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
ROBYN REVILLE, Admissions Advisor, Undergraduate Admissions, MS, Indiana
   University at Pennsylvania.
KIMBERLEY A. ROBERTS, Assistant Director, Campus Life, MA, Canisius College.
PAUL A. ROBINSON, Operations Manager, IT Systems and Networking Services, AAS,
   Bryant & Stratton Business Institute.
BRIAN ROOSA, Instructional Support Assistant, Biological Sciences, BS, SUNY
   Oneonta.
THOMAS E. ROSIA, Associate Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities, MS,
   SUNY Brockport.
BETSY L. ROSSER, Assistant Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities, MS,
   SUNY Brockport.
MARK W. ROWLAND, Assistant Athletic Director and Baseball Coach, Athletics, MS,
   SUNY Brockport.
DAVID C. SANSONE, Senior Staff Assistant, Telecommunications, BS, SUNY College at
   Brockport.
JOHN SAPIENZA, Assistant Director Advancement, Institutional Advancement, MPA,
   SUNY Brockport.
DANIEL R. SARGENT, Lead Programmer Analyst, MetroCenter, MPA, SUNY
   Brockport.
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HEATHER SCHAAL, Financial Aid Advisor and Loan Coordinator, Financial Aid Office,
  BS, SUNY Brockport.
MARY JO SCHLECHT, Coordinator of Field Education, Social Work, MS, Syracuse
  University.
KAREN M. SCHUHLE-WILLIAMS, Executive Director, MetroCenter, and Director of
  Special Sessions and Programs, PhD, Syracuse University.
ANNICK SCOUTEN, Resident Director—Paris, International Education, MA, Université
  de Lyon.
SANDRA SELDEN, Academic Advisor, School of Professions, MS, Roberts Wesleyan
  College.
KATHLEEN M. SIMPSON, Director of Career Services, Business Administration and
  Economics, BA, University of Rochester.
DENISE A. SINCLAIR, Senior Academic Advisor, Academic Advisement, MS, SUNY
  Brockport.
ERIK SIRADAS, Programmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking, BS, SUNY Buffalo.
CHERYL M. SITCHENKO, Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Center, MSN, University
  of Rochester.
STEVEN SLAWINSKI, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
  JD, SUNY Buffalo.
LAURIE SMITH, Customer Service Coordinator, Telecommunications, BA, SUNY
  Brockport.
RICKY T. SMITH, Acting Manager Technology Support Services, IT Systems and
  Networking, BS, SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica.
SARAH SOTHERDEN, Residence Hall Intern, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
  BS, SUNY Brockport.
JAMES A. SOUFLERIS, JR., Certified Business Advisor, Small Business Development
  Center, MBA, SUNY Binghamton.
ALISON SPATH, Programmer Analyst, IT Systems and Networking, BA, SUNY
  Brockport.
*LOUIS M. SPIRO, Assistant VP Finance and Management, MPA, SUNY Brockport.
RHONDA M. ST AMANT, Foundation Accountant, Institutional Advancement, BS,
  SUNY College at Brockport.
ADAM STANDISH, Coordinator, Scholarship Office, MPA, SUNY Brockport.
GREGORY J. STEPHANY, Staff Assistant, International Education, MALS, SUNY
  Brockport.
JANICE O. STEWART, Assistant College Registrar, Registration and Records, MSEd,
  SUNY Brockport.
SUSAN STITES-DOE, Dean of Graduate Studies, Graduate Studies, PhD, SUNY Buffalo.
DAVID R. STRASENBURGH, Acting Director, Administrative Computing, MPA, SUNY
  Brockport.
DEBRA TOMS, Payroll Director, Payroll, BS, SUNY Brockport.
RALPH TOSCANO, Staff Assistant, Small Business Development Center, MS, Nazareth
  College of Rochester.
GEORGE P. TOTH, Director, Career Services, PhD, Pennsylvania State University.
TERESA TRUMPOWSKY, Staff Asstistant, Bursar, BA, SUNY Brockport.
CHRISTIAN TUCKER, Production Director, Dance, MA, Ball State University.
DAVID TURKOW, Director, Environmental Health and Safety, MA, Rochester Institute
  of Technology.
CANDACE TYLER-HERRENKOHL, Instructional Support Staff, Professional Education
  Unit, MSED, Nazareth College.
BERNARD S. VALENTO, Director, Undergraduate Admissions, MS, Rochester Institute
  of Technology.
MATTHEW VANDERWERF, Personnel Assistant, Human Resources, BS, SUNY College
  at Brockport.
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VIVIAN L. VANDERZELL, Coordinator, Students with Disabilities, MS, Rochester
   Institute of Technology.
SHARON L. VASQUEZ, Dean, Arts and Performance, MA, Florida State University.
*JAMES E. VETUSKEY, Assistant Vice President for Student Financial Services,
   University Bursar, BS, SUNY Albany.
MARIANNE VIRGILIO, Director of Development, Institutional Advancement, MS,
   SUNY Brockport.
BRIAN J. VOLKMAR, Systems Administrator, IT Systems and Networking Services, BA,
   SUNY Brockport.
ADAM WEST, Staff Assistant, Dance, BA, Oklahoma State University.
JOHN WHITLEY, Systems Administrator, IT Systems and Networking Services, BS,
   SUNY Brockport.
NELSON E. WHITMORE, JR., Assistant Athletic Director and Head Men’s Basketball,
   Athletics, MS, United States Sports Academy.
MICHAEL WIDRICK, Assistant Institutional Researcher, Institutional Research and
   Planning, SUNY College at Binghamton.
JOSEPH WIELGOSZ, Staff Asst., Undergraduate Admissions, BS, SUNY Buffalo.
SUSAN M. WIELGOSZ, Athletic Trainer and Clinical Instructor, Physical Education and
   Sport, MS, Indiana State University.
FRANK S. WILLIAMS, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life/Learning Communities,
   MA, SUNY Buffalo.
BENJAMIN WINEBURG, Head Men’s Lacrosse Coach, Athletics, BS, Nazareth College
   of Rochester.
FRANCIS WOJCIK, Director of Library, Library, PHD, SUNY College at Binghamton.
TAMMIE WOODY, Career Planning and Development Assistant, Career Services, MS,
   Canisuis College.
PAUL YU, President, Office of the President, PhD, University of Michigan.
JASON ZECK, Coordinator of Instramural and Club Sports, Campus Recreation, MA,
   Ball State University.
LILLIAN ZHU, Director, Institutional Research, MS, University of Georgia.


PROFESSIONAL STAFF OF THE
EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITY CENTER
LAURIE L. ADAMS-WEINMAN, Senior Counselor, EOC Student Services, MS, SUNY
   Brockport.
PATRICIA BEAUDRIE, Senior Staff Assistant, EOC Career Development Services.
MELVA L. BROWN, Director & Dean of EOC, EOC Administration, PhD, Miami
   University of Ohio.
SHARON CREWS-PERKINS, Senior Counselor, EOC Student Services, MS, SUNY
   Brockport.
KEVIN B. DUNN, Information Technology Specialist, EOC Computer Services, BS,
   Cornell University.
JANE M. FERRIS, Coordinator of Information Technology Services, EOC Computer
   Services, BS, SUNY Brockport.
MARIA FOURNIER, Senior Staff Assistant, EOC Administration, MS,
LISA S. GERST, Senior Program Counselor, EOC Student Services, MSEd, SUNY
   Brockport.
MARC GOLDFISCHER, Marketing Coordinator, EOC Marketing, BA, SUNY Brockport.
SHERYL GONZALEZ, Senior Staff Assistant, EOC SUNY Outreach, BA, Keuka College.
JOHNETTA C. GREEN, Senior Counselor, EOC Admissions, MS, SUNY Brockport.
KIM HEYWARD, Director of Business Affairs, EOC Business Affairs, AAS, Bryant &
   Stratton Business Institute.
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LINDA A. KENT, Employee/Assessment Specialist, EOC Career Development Services,
   MA, Azusa Pacific University.
CHERYL A. LATTIMORE, Sr. Counselor, EOC Nursing, MS, Tuskegee University.
SYLVIA A. PAUL, Director Community Relations, EOC Effectiveness and Planning,
   MSEd, SUNY Brockport.
VALJEANNE T. REESE, Senior Admissions Advisor, EOC Admissions, MSEd, SUNY
   Brockport.
HELEN H. SAUNDERS, Career Planning and Development Associate, EOC Admissions,
   BA, Livingstone College.
GREGORY S. SHERMAN, Career Development Specialist, EOC Career Development
   Counselor, BS, SUNY Geneseo.
ROBERT C. SMITH, Senior Staff Associate, EOC Enrollment Management, MDiv,
   Colgate Rochester Divinity School.
MARGARET B. WALKER, Assoc. Dean of Academic Affairs, EOC Academic
   Department, MA, SUNY Brockport.
KAREN K. WALTER-PASSARELL, Librarian and Instructional Support Specialist, EOC
   Library, MSLS, Syracuse University.
PATRICIA R. WILLIAMS, Grants and Program Development Coordinator, EOC
   Academic Affairs, MS, SUNY Brockport.


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opportunities for returning veterans, and personal enrichment for more mature persons.
The SUNY System’s research contributions are helping to solve some of modern society’s most
urgent problems. It was a SUNY scientist who first warned the world of potentially harmful
mercury deposits in canned fish, and another who made the connection between automobile
and industrial smoke combining to cause changes in weather patterns. Other SUNY researchers
continue important studies in such wide-ranging areas as immunology, marine biology, sickle
cell anemia and organ transplantation.
More than 1,000 public service activities are currently pursued on SUNY campuses. Exam-
ples of these efforts include: special training courses for local government personnel, state civil
service personnel and the unemployed, participation by campus personnel in joint commu-
nity planning or project work, and campus-community arrangements for community use of
campus facilities.
A distinguished faculty includes nationally and internationally known figures in all the major
disciplines. Their efforts are recognized each year in the form of such prestigious awards as
Fulbright Hayes, Guggenheim and Danforth Fellowships.
The SUNY System offers a wide diversity of what are considered the more conventional fields,
such as engineering, medicine, literature, dairy farming, medical technology, accounting, so-
cial work, forestry and automotive technology. Additionally, its responsiveness to progress in
all areas of learning and to tomorrow’s developing societal needs has resulted in concentra-
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tions which include pollution, urban studies, computer science, immunology, preservation of
national resources and microbiology.
SUNY programs for the educationally and economically disadvantaged have become models
for delivering better learning opportunities to a once-forgotten segment of society. The Sys-
tem’s Educational Opportunity Centers (EOCs) offer high school equivalency and college
preparatory courses to provide young people and adults with the opportunity to begin college
or to learn marketable skills. In addition, campus-based Educational Opportunity Programs
provide counseling, developmental education and financial aid to disadvantaged students in
traditional degree programs on most SUNY campuses.
Overall, at its EOCs, two-year colleges, four-year campuses and university and medical centers,
SUNY offers some 4,000 academic programs. Degree opportunities range from two-year as-
sociate programs to doctoral studies offered at 12 senior campuses.
The 30 two-year community colleges operating within the SUNY System play a unique role
in the expansion of educational opportunity by providing: local industry with trained techni-
cians in a wide variety of occupational curriculums; transfer options to students who wish to
go on and earn advanced degrees; and the community with yet another source for technical
and professional upgrading as well as personal enrichment.
During its brief history, the SUNY System has graduated some 1.4 million alumni, the ma-
jority of whom are pursuing their careers in communities across the state.
SUNY is governed by a Board of Trustees, appointed by the governor, which directly deter-
mines the policies to be followed by the 34 state-supported campuses. Community colleges
have their own local boards of trustees whose relationship to the SUNY Board is defined by
law. The state contributes one third to 40 percent of their operating cost and one-half of their
capital costs.

The State University of New York motto is: “To learn; to search; to serve.”
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                                 ALMA MATER
                       Alma Mater, thy children rise
                       To thy shrine deserved praise.
                       Hope and courage thou dost impart
                       To each loyal student heart.
                       Friendly flowers and stately trees
                       Lend new perfume to the breeze.
                       Dear old campus, lofty halls,
                       Alma Mater, we love thy walls.
                       When the fleeting years divide
                       Us from thee, our gentle guide;
                       Still our thoughts with thee shall rest,
                       Alma Mater, Dearest, Best.

                       Lyrics by a member of the Class of 1916.
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INDEX
AA/AS Transfer Guarantee Policy 339          Anthropology, Department of 89–91
Academic Advisement 31, 59                           Courses 91–94
Academic Calendar 9–12                       Aquatic Ecology/Environmental Science
Academic Departments and Programs                Concentration 215-216
       82–333                                Area Map 365
Academic Dismissal 57                        Area Studies Tracks (in International
Academic Honors 56                                   Studies) 295–297
Academic Majors 57                           Army, United States, ROTC 255–257
Academic Minors 57                           Art, Department of 95–98
Academic Planning Seminar 50                     Courses 98–107
Academic Policies 56–59                      Art History
Academic Probation 57                            Courses 102
Academic Programs for the Most Successful        Minors in 101
       Students 16                           Arts for Children, Interdisciplinary
Academic Progress Chart 335                          97,103–107
Academic Standards and Financial                 Art Specialty 97–98, 104
       Assistance 56, 335–338                    Dance Specialty 104–105, 173
Accepting Financial Responsibility 24            Music Specialty 105–106, 259–260
Accounting                                       Theatre Specialty 106, 323–324
   Courses 132–133                           Arts, Interdisciplinary 247-248
   Major in 124–127                          Arts Management, Interdisciplinary
ADA Compliance 340                                   Minor/CLAM Program 107-108
Adapted Physical Education Concentration     Art Specialty, Interdisciplinary Arts for
       271–272                                       Children 97, 103–107
Administration, College 343-344              Asian Studies
Admission into Department of Theatre,            In International Studies 296
   Interviews/Auditions for 322-323              Interdisciplinary Minor in 248
Admission, Joint 18                          ASL Courses 231
Admission Requirements 15–20                 Assembly Intern Program 72
Admissions, Office of Undergraduate 31       Assessment Activities, Student Participation
Admissions Programs, Special 17              in 7
Admission, Transfer 17-18                    Astronomy Courses 289
Adolescent Teacher Preparation, 77-80        Athletic Directory, Golden Eagles 32–33
Adult Students 21                            Athletics. See also Physical Education and
Adult Fitness. See Exercise Physiology           Sport, Department of
Advisement, Academic 31,59                       Coaching, Minor in, 277
Affirmative Action Compliance Statement          Intercollegiate 31–33
       340–341                                   Intramural 40
Affirming Enrollment 24                      Athletic Training Concentration 274–276
African and Afro-American Studies,           Auditing Courses 57
   Department of 85                          Awards, Scholarships and 26–27, 335–338
   Courses 86–88
African Studies (in International Studies)   Baccalaureate Degree
       295-296                                  List 59-60
Air Force, United States, ROTC 258              Requirements for 47
Albany Semester Program 72, 291                 Second 19, 57
Alcohol and Substance Abuse Studies          Bachelor of Arts Requirements 47
       Program (ASAP) 232, 235                  Through Delta College Program 48–49
Alma Mater 364                               Bachelor of Fine Arts Requirements 47,
American Chemical Society 138                       96–97
American Sign Language (ASL) Courses         Bachelor of Science in Nursing
       231                                          Requirements 48
368 Index

Bachelor of Science Requirements 48          College Council 344
   Through Delta College Program 48-49       College Composition 50
BCEC 33,73                                   College Events 34
                                             College Experience 16
Biological Sciences, Department of           College Faculty, 5–6, 345–354
        108–111                              College Heritage 4
        Courses 112–114                      College Honors Program 16, 69–71
Bilingual–Multicultural Certification 190    College Mathematics 50–51
Bilingual–Multicultural Concentration 72     College Mission 5
Bilingual–Multicultural Studies,             Collegiate Science and Technology Entry
    Interdisciplinary Major in 223-225             Program (C-STEP) 42
Blocking (Deregistration) 24                 Communication, Department of 143–147
Board of Study for the Teaching of Science      Broadcasting Track 145-146
        and Mathematics 115                     Communication Studies Track 143–145
Board of Trustees 342                           Courses 147–151
Broadcasting Track 145-146                      Journalism Major 146–147
Brockport Career Exploration Course             Major in 143–145
        (BCEC) 33, 73                           Minor in 145
Brockport, Village of 4                      Communication Meteorology,
Bursar’s Office 33                                 Interdisciplinary Minor in 152
Business Administration and Economics,       Community Research Center 8
    Department of 116–131                    Comparative Perspectives 52
    Courses 132–137                          Competency Examinations, Required
Business Administration                            52–53
    Major in 120–124                         Composition, College 50
    Minor in 130–131                         Computer Information Systems, Minor in
    Courses 133–136                                158-159
Calander, Academic 9-12                      Computational Science, Department of
Campus, The College 4, 367                      152–153
Campus Life, Office of 33                       Courses 153-155
Campus Map 366                                  Major in 152-153
Canadian Studies                                Minor in 153
    In International Studies 296             Computer Skills Examination 52-53
    Interdisciplinary Minor in 249           Computer Science, Department of
Career Exploration Course 33, 73                   155–159
Career Resource Room 33                         Courses 159–164
Career Services 33-34                           Major in 156–158
Centers and Institutes for Research,            Minor in 158–159
    Learning and Service 8                   Contemporary Issues 52
Certification                                Contractual Liberal Arts Major
    American Chemical Society 138                  (CLAM) 72, 107
    Teacher 60, 77–80, 188–200, 222,         Counseling Center 34
    270–272, 287                             Counselor Education, Department of 164
Chemistry, Department of 138–140                   Courses 164
    American Chemical Society 138            Course Designation Codes 53, 84
    Certification 139                        Course Listings, Explanation of 83
    Courses 140–143                          Credits
Child and Adolescent Stress Management          Maximum per Semester 56–57
        Institute 8, 34                         Transfer 57
Childhood Teacher Preparation 77-79          Criminal Justice, Department of 165–167
Chinese Courses 231                             Courses 167–170
CLAM 72, 107                                    Major in 166
Coaching Athletics, Minor in 277                Minor in 166-167
College Administration 343–344               Cross-registration 58
College Campus 4, 367                        Cultural Center 35
                                                                              Index 369

                                              Environmental Chemistry Concentration 216
Dance, Department of 170–173                  Environmental Science and Biology,
   BFA in 172–173                                Department of 215-216
   Courses 173–177                               Courses 217-218
   Major 171-173                                 Major in 215
   Minor in 173                                  Minor in 215
Dance Specialty, Interdisciplinary Arts for   Environment Track (in International
      Children 104–105, 173                          Studies) 297
Dance Studies, BA/BS in 171–172               European Studies (in International Studies)
Deans List 56                                        296
Declaration of Major 338                      Events, College 34
Degree Requirements 47–56                     Examinations, Competency 52–53
Delta College 17, 48-49, 65–69, 297           Exceptional Talent Program 17
Dentistry. See Pre-professional Preparation   Exercise Physiology/Adult Fitness
Departmental Internships 73                          Concentration 276–277
Deregistration/Blocking 24                    Expenses and Fees 23–25
Dining Services 35
Disabilities, Office for Students with 39     Faculty 5–6, 345–354
Dismissal 57                                  Faculty–Student Rights, Responsibilities,
Distance Learning 36                                 and Expectations 6–7
Diversity Requirement 52                      Federal Direct Lending Program 26
Drake Memorial Library 38-39                  Fees, Expenses and 23–25
Drug-Free School and Communities Act          Film Studies, Interdisciplinary Minor in 220
      Compliance 341                             Courses 220
                                              Financial Aid/Assistance 25–27
Earth Science                                    Academic Standards and 335–338
   Major in 182                               Financial Aid Office 36
   Minor in 183                               Financial Responsibility, Acceptance of 24
Earth Sciences Concentration (in              Fine Arts, Bachelor of, Requirements 47,
      Environmental Science) 216                     96–97
Earth Sciences, Department of 178–183         Food Service Refund Policy 25
   Courses 183–187                            Foreign Cultures in English Courses 230-231
   Policy on Majors and Minors in 183         Foreign Language Courses, Placement in 47
Economics                                     Foreign Language Requirements
   Courses 136–137                               For the Bachelor of Arts 47
Educational Certification. See also Teacher      General Education 51
      Certification                           Foreign Languages and Literatures,
   Graduate Programs with 61-62                  Department of 220–225
   Undergraduate Programs Leading to 60          Courses 225–231
Educational Opportunity Center (EOC),            Majors 221–223
   Faculty of 354-355                            Requirements 220
   Staff of 361–362                           French
Educational Opportunity Program (EOP)            Courses 225–227
      17, 20                                     Major in 221-222
Education and Human Development,              Freshman Admission 15
   Department of 188–200
   Courses 201–204                            General College Residency Policy 58
Education Law of the State of New York,       General Education Program 49–56
      Section 224-A of 340–341                  Course Codes 53, 83-84
English, Department of 205–209                  Courses 55-56
   Courses 209–214                              Requirements 55
   Majors in 205–208                            Transfer Students, Requirements for 53-55
   Minors in 207                              Geology
Enrollment, Affirmation of 24                   Courses 185–187
                                                Major in 178–179
370 Index

   Minor in 179                                          Science and International Studies
Gerontology, Interdisciplinary Minor in                  Courses 292–294
      232                                             Major in 294–298
Golden Eagles Athletic Directory 32–33                Minor in 298
Grading System 58–59                              Internships, Special Programs and 72–73
Graduate Certification Programs 61–62             Intramural Athletics 40
Graduate Program, Combining an                    Italian Courses 227–228
      Undergraduate and a 58
Graduate Students 22                              Japanese Courses 231
                                                  Jewish Studies, Interdisciplinary Minor in 249
Health Care Administration Program 232,           Joint Admission 18
      235–236                                     Journalism Major 146–147
Health Center 36
Health Education, Professional Program in,        Knowledge Area Requirements 51
      233–234
Health Science, Department of 232–236             Latin-American Studies
   Courses 236–240                                   In International Studies 296-297
   Liberal Arts Program in 234-235                   Interdisciplinary Minor in 250
   Professional Program 233-234                   Law. See Pre-law Preparation
Heritage College 4                                Learning Network Online Courses, SUNY
Historian’s Office (Monroe County) 8                     36
History, Department of 241–243                    Leisure Studies. See Recreation and Leisure
   Courses 243–247                                       Studies
   Major in 241–242                               Liberal Arts Program in Health Education
   Minor in 243                                          233-234
Honors, Academic 56                               Library 38–39
Honors Programs                                   Location of College 4, 366
   College 16, 69–71                              Loss of Student Eligibility 338
   Upper-division 70
Housing 41                                        Major(s)
                                                    Academic 58
Information Literacy 50                             Residency Policy for 58
Information Systems Courses 162–164                 Second 58
Information Technology Support Services           Maps
        (ITSS) 37                                   Area 365
Initial Educational Certification 60, 188           Campus 366
Installment Payment Plan 24–25                    Master’s Degrees 60
Institutes for Research, Learning and Service 8   Mathematics, Board of Study for the
Intercollegiate Athletics 31–33                         Teaching of Science and 115
Interdisciplinary Arts Courses 247-248            Mathematics, College 49–50
Interdisciplinary Arts for Children 97,           Mathematics Competency Examination 53
    103–107                                       Mathematics, Department of 250–252
    Art Specialty 97–98, 104                        Courses 252–254
    Dance Specialty 104-105, 173                    Major in 251
    Music Specialty 105–106, 259–260                Minors in 251–252
    Theatre Specialty 106, 323–324                Matriculation Requirement 49
International Business and Economics              Maximum Credits per Semester 56
        Major 116, 127–130                        McNair Program 42
International Business Institute 37               Medical Technology, Major in 110–111
International Business Track (in                  Medicine. See Pre-medical studies
        International Studies) 297                Meteorology
International Education Program 37                  Interdisciplinary Minor in
International Student Services 38                       Communications 152, 180
International Students 22                           Major in 179–180
International Studies. See also Political           Minor in 180
                                                                              Index 371

MetroCenter 39                                Philosophy, Department of 266
Military Science, Department of 255–256          Major in 266
   Courses 257                                   Minor in 266
   Minor in 255-256                              Courses 267–268
Military Training, Other 258                  Physical Education and Sport, Department
Minor(s)                                             of 268–277
   Academic 58                                   Academic Major in 269–277
   Residency Policy for 58                       Adapted Physical Education
Mission Statement 5                                  Concentration 271–272
Modern War and Society, Interdisciplinary        Athletic Training Concentration 274–276
       Minor in 258                              Courses 278–285
Monroe County Historian’s Office 8               Coaching Athletics, Minor in 277
Most Successful Students, Academic               Exersice Physiology Concentration 276-277
       Programs for the 16                       Professional Programs 270–277
Multi-Regional Track (in International           Sport Management Concentration
       Studies) 297                                  272–274
Music 259                                     Physics, Department of 286–287
   Courses 259–260                               Courses 287–289
Music Specialty, Interdisciplinary Arts for      Major in 286–287
       Children 105–106, 259–260                 Minor in 287
                                              Placement in Foreign Language Courses 47
New York, State University of 362–363         Podiatry. See Pre-professional Preparation
Nontraditional Programs 65–73                 Police, University 42
Non-Western Civilizations 52                  Policies, Academic 56-59
Notice of Ineligibility for State Financial   Policy, Refund 25
  Awards 338                                  Political Science and International Studies,
Nursing, Bachelor of Science in,                     Department of 290–292
      Requirements 48, 262–263                   Albany Semester Program 72, 291
Nursing, Department of 261–264                   Courses 292–294, 298
  Courses 264–265                                Major in 290-291
  Registered Nurse Applicants 263                Minor in 291
  Registered Nurse Licensure,                    Washington Semester 291, 297
  Requirements for 264                        Pre-law Preparation 40, 241,292
NYS Senate Session Assistants Program 72–73   Pre-medical Preparation 40, 110
                                              Preparation. See Pre-professional
Online Courses 36                                    Preparation; Teacher Preparation
Optometry. See Pre-professional               Pre-professional Preparation 40, 110
      Preparation                             President, Welcome Message 3
Oral Communication 50                         Probation, Academic 57
Osteopathy. See Pre-professional              Professional Staff 355-362
      Preparation                             Professional Program in Health Education
Other World Civilizations (Non-Western)              233–234
      52                                      Professional Programs in Physical
                                                     Education and Sport 270–274
Part-time Students 21                         Professions, Interdisciplinary Courses 298-
Pass Rates, Teacher Examinations, 62             299
Payment Plan, Installments 24–25              Program, Pursuit of 337
Permanent Education Certification,            Psychology, Department of 299–300
       Graduate Programs with 61–62              Courses 300–304
Perspectives                                     Major in 299–300
   Comparative (Non-Western) 52                  Minor in 300
   On Women 52                                Pursuit of Program 337
Phi Alpha Theta 243
372 Index

Readmission 18–19                           Spanish
Readmitted Students 337-338                    Courses 228–230
Records, Office of Registration and 40         Major in 222–225
Recreation and Intramurals 40               Special Admissions Programs 17
Recreation and Leisure Studies,             Special Fees 23–24
   Department of 304–309                    Special Programs and Internships 72–73
   Courses 309–312                          Sport Management Concentration 272–274
   Major in 305–307                         Sport(s). See also Athletics; Physical Education
   Minor in 309                                     and Sport, Department of 268-277
   Recreation Management Emphasis              Intercollegiate Athletics 31–33
       305–307                                 Intramural 40
Therapeutic Recreation Emphasis 307-308     SSSP 41
Recreational Services 40                    Staff, Professional 355–362
Refund Policy                               STAR (Student Aid Resource) Center 26
   Food Service 25                          State University of New York 362–363
   Room Rental 25                           State-established Academic Standards for
   Tuition 25                                  New York State Financial Aid, 336-338
Requirements, Admission 15-20               Stress Management Institute, Child and
Registered Nurse Applicants 263                     Adolescent 8, 34
Registered Nurse Licensure, Requirements    Student Body 6
       for 264                              Student Employment/Job Location 33-34
Registration and Records, Office of 40–41   Student Learning Center 41
Research, Undergraduate 42                  Student Participation in Assessment
Residency Policy for Majors and Minors 58      Activities 7
Residential Life/Learning Communities,      Student Resource Center, SUNY 39
       Office of 41                         Student Rights, Responsibilities, and
Room Rental Refund Policy 25                        Expectations 6–7
ROTC                                        Student Services 31–43
   United States Army 258                   Student Support Services Program 41
   United States Air Force 258              Students, Adult 21
Russian Courses 231                         Students, Graduate 22
                                            Students, International 22
Satisfactory Academic Progress 337          Students, Part-time 21
Scholarships and Awards 26-27, 335-338      Students with Disabilities, Office for 39
Science and Mathematics, Board of Study     Studio Art
       for the Teaching of 115                 BA/BS in 95–96
Science and Technology Requirement 52          BFA in 95, 96–97
Science, Bachelor of, Requirements for 48      Minors in 98
Second Baccalaureate Degree 19,57           Study Abroad (International Education
Second Majors 58                               Program) 37
Senate Session Assistants Program, NYS      SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guarantee Policy
   72–73                                            339
Seymour College Union 33                    SUNY Learning Network Online Courses
Sign Language, American (ASL) Courses               36
   231                                      SUNY Student Resource Center 39
Social Work, Department of 312–314
   Courses 314–316                          Teacher Certification 61–62, 77–80,
   Major in 312–314                               188–204, 222, 270–272, 287
Sociology, Department of 317–318            Teacher Opportunity Corps (TOC) 41–42
   Courses 318-320                          Teacher Preparation 62, 77–80, 190–204
   Double Major in Criminal Justice and        Childhood 77–78, 190–204
   317                                         Adolescent 77–80, 192–204
   Major in 317                             Technology, Information Support Services 37
   Minor in 317                             Technology, Science and 52
                                            Telecourses 36
                                                                               373 Index

Terrestrial Ecology/Environmental Science       Undergraduate Research 42
   Concentration 216                            Undergraduate Admission 15, 31
Theatre, Department of 320–324                  United States Air Force ROTC 258
   Courses 324–326                              United States Army ROTC 258
   Interviews/Auditions for Admission into      University Police 42
       322-323                                  Upper-division Honors Program 70
   Major in 320–323                             Upper-level Writing 52
   Minor in 322
   Production/Audition Participation            Veterans Affairs Office 42
       Requirement 323                          Veterinary Medicine. See Pre-professional
   Stage Management Requirement 323                    Preparation
Theatre Specialty, Interdisciplinary Arts for   Videotape Library (Writers Forum) 8
       Children 106, 323–324                    Village of Brockport 4
Therapeutic Recreation Emphasis 307–308         Visual Resource Center 8
3-1-3 Program 16                                Visual Studies Workshop 8
TOC 41–42
Transfer Admission 17–18                        Waiver of Eligibility Standards for State
Transfer Credits 57                               Awards 338
Transfer Guarantee Policy, SUNY AA/AS           Washington Semester 291, 297
       339                                      Water Resources, Major in 180–182
Transfer Students                               Welcome Message 3
   And State-established Academic               Women, Perspectives on 52
       Standards for New York State             Women’s Center 43
       Financial Aid 337-338                    Women’s Studies—Interdisciplinary
   General Education Requirements for 53-55           Program 327-328
Transition Program 17                             Courses 329–333
Trustees, Board of 342                            Major in 328
Tuition 23–25                                     Minor in 328
Tuition Refund Policy 25                        Writers Forum 8
                                                Writing Compentcy Examination, 53
                                                Writing, Upper-level Requirement 52
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