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Key Message - Global

The College at Brockport provides academic and co-curricular opportunities that develop students’ awareness of our diverse and yet increasingly interconnected world, cultivating the perspective and tolerance essential for responsible global citizenship. With more than 60 study abroad programs in 20 countries, The College at Brockport offers students opportunities to gain first-hand knowledge of other cultures, political structures and traditions, learning from other cultures even while they serve as ambassadors for their own. Through their travels, students develop a greater understanding of the global economy, the value of diplomacy, and the increasing interdependence of nations. Their diverse experiences and new ideas enrich community dialogue. Ongoing initiatives and programs such as the Presidential Fellows, which brings visiting faculty to campus to share their diverse experiences, backgrounds and perspectives; Delta College, which encourages self-exploration and development through experiential learning and internships; the American Democracy Project with its focus on civic literacy; and many others. The College at Brockport is committed to educating students within a broad global context, encouraging the thoughtful open-mindedness and energetic confidence that will serve them well throughout their lives as citizens of the world.

... and here's the proof:

The Princeton Review Again Recognizes Brockport Brockport Students Learn About Aboriginal Culture in Australia
College Names Athletes
of the Year
The Power of SUNY
It's Official!
SERC Groundbreaking
27th Annual Scholars Day
International Students Bring the World to Campus The College at Brockport Helps Haiti
Haiti Relief
How to Donate
How to Help Haiti
How to Help Haiti Brockport Among Kiplinger's "100 Best Values"
Holiday Giving Days at The College at Brockport Help Those in Need The College at Brockport Honors Donors and Volunteers
Holiday Giving Days at The College at Brockport Help Those in Need Russian Delegation Visits
Camp Abilities Recognized For Contributions to Visually Impaired Conference Considers Conflict, Community, and Restorative Justice
Celebrated "feed" Author Caps Freshman Summer Reading Program John Quiñones Opens Diversity Conference
Academic Convocation Welcomes New Students Princeton Review Lists Brockport among "Best in the Northeast"
Fulbright Grant Takes English Professor To Lisbon The College at Brockport Celebrates Literacy
College Hosts Leadership Conference for Young Women Camp Abilities Welcomes Children with Visual Impairments
Exploring Careers in Accounting Men of Color Summit
Focus on Achievement
Men of Color Summit
June 16 & 17
Artist/Athlete Sculpture Installed in Tuttle North
College and Middle School Open New Facility for Children with Autism College and Village Celebrate Arbor Day 2009
College Celebrates International Students The Changing Face of Sports is Featured in Dual Photography Exhibits.
Campus competes to recycle Documentary Features Brockport Vietnam Program
Foreign Language Club Collects Textbooks and Promotes Literacy Foreign Language Club Collects Textbooks and Promotes Literacy
Prof Authors New Text on Sports Ethics DANSCORE Presents Original Choreography and Live Music Hartwell Dance Theater
Empire State Games Showcase Area Athletes