One Billion Rising
To commemorate the 15th anniversary of Eve Ensler’s V-Day Stop Violence Against Women Movement, Brockport students and faculty rose together in dance to stop violence against women. Three flash mobs were organized that day to create a revolution; links to the videos are provided below.
Library Flash Mob: 10:14 am Student Union: 12:14 pm Tower of Fine Arts: 2:14 pm
Women and Gender Studies at The College at Brockport is one of the few majors and minors of its kind in the region. Our interdisciplinary program offers students a well-rounded undergraduate education leading to expertise in a wide variety of skills that prepare students for career and graduate school success. Students have an opportunity to understand themselves and their society within an inclusive view of the human experience.
The Program enjoys a leadership presence in the Rochester and Seneca Falls area with academic and community partnerships that further gender-equity causes.
Women and Gender Studies courses emphasize skills that all employers and graduate schools desire in applicants: analytical thinking, organization, oral and written communication, and the ability to respect and work effectively within culturally diverse groups.
Our classes are proudly cooperative, collaborative and student-centered. Our faculty emphasize participatory learning, encouragement of social understanding and activism, and the development of critical thinking. Women and Gender Studies Program faculty stand ready to assist you in any way possible to ensure the success of your studies at Brockport.
Women and Gender Studies Program
201A Dailey Hall
The College at Brockport
350 New Campus Dr.