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Undergraduate Studies Catalog (1999-2001)


Appendix



Academic Standards and Financial Assistance
State Established Academic Standard for NY State Financial Aid
SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guarantee Policy
Affirmative Action Compliance Statement
Board of Trustees
College Administration
College Council
Faculty Roster
State University of New York
A Better Community Statement
Alma Mater



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 federal 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, and it is essential that students receiving such aid be familiar with the eligibility requirements appropriate to the type of aid they receive. Further information regarding these regulations may be obtained from the Offices of Academic Advisement or Financial Aid.

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 show evidence of making satisfactory progress towards their degree objectives in order to remain eligible for further funds. For purposes of determining eligibility, satisfactory progress is defined as accumulating a minimum number of credits towards 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 1* 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

* Year = academic year (two full-time semesters)

For students attending on less than a full-time basis, the scale will be adjusted accordingly. 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 baccalaureate degree be completed within six years of full-time attendance. (For students attending on less than a full time basis, the above scale will be adjusted accordingly.) Upon completion of a bachelor'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 probation). Probation for Title IV follows the College'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 y ear 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 control. Such students may appeal their loss of eligibility, and if the College'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 by the date listed in the student's notice of loss of eligibility for aid.

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 include 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

  1. General Awards:

  2. Tuition Assistance Program (TAP)
    Regents Award - Child of Veteran (CV)
    Regents Award - Child of Corrections Officer
    Vietnam Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (VVTA)
    Persian Gulf Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (PGTA)
    Memorial Scholarship for Deceased Firemen, Police Officers and Corrections Officers
    State University Supplemental Tuition Assistance Program (SUSTA)

  3. Academic Awards:
    Regents Professional Opportunity Scholarships
    Primary Care Service Corps Scholarships
    Academic Scholarships

  4. Part-time Awards (special requirements apply in some instances)
    Aid for Part-Time Study (APTS)
    Vietnam Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (VVTA)
    Persian Gulf Veterans Tuition Assistance Program (PGTA)
    Primary Care Service Corps Scholarships

    Students who receive New York State financial aid awards are required to maintain good academic standing in order to remain eligible. The State Education Department, for these purposes, 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 progress toward the completion of his/her program's requirements (Satisfactory Academic Progress). These are defined as follows:

    Pursuit of Program*

    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 semester, and remain ineligible until good standing is regained. (For details on regaining eligibility or waiving eligibility standards, see below.)

    Generally, the State Education Department will accept any grade that indicates that the student 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" (Incomplete) are acceptable because they are automatically changed to either a passing or failing grade before the completion of the succeeding semester. Note: Graduate students with grades of "I" may make special arrangements with their instructor for extra time (up to two years) to complete their coursework. In such cases, the "I" grades can not be counted toward the Pursuit of Program requirement.

    Satisfactory Academic Progress*

    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

    Semester
    Credit Accumulated Toward
    Graduation Prior to Semester
    Cumulative GPA
    1
    0
    -
    2
    3
    .50
    3
    9
    .75
    4
    18
    1.20
    5
    30
    1.40
    6
    45
    1.50
    7
    60
    1.60
    8
    75
    1.70
    9
    90
    1.80
    10
    105
    1.90

    * 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.

    (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.

    Transfer and Readmitted Students

    Transfer students and students readmitted to the College after an absence of at least one year will be placed on the above scale either in accordance with the number of credits earned toward graduation or the number of TAP payments previously received, whichever is more beneficial to the student. For example, a transfer student who has received four 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. (Acceptance 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 Academic 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 institution 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 maintain 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 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 the College 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.

    Declaration of Major

    In order to maintain eligibility for New York state financial aid, the State Education Department requires students to declare an academic major no later than the beginning of the junior year of the baccalaureate program. The College defines a junior as any student who has attained 54 or more credits towards the baccalaureate.



    The SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guarantee Policy

    The SUNY Board of Trustees has approved amendments to the SUNY AA/AS Transfer Guarantee 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 degree 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 another 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 showing 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 admitted to any of his/her original college choices by April 15 for the fall semester and November 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 applications of those AA/AS degree 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 degree 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.


    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 treatment 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 Grievance 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, a record of having such an impairment that substantially limits one or more major life activities, 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 access. 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 coordinator 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 confidence. For additional information, please call (716) 395-5409.

    SECTION 224A 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 particular 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 institution 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 examination, 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 measure 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.

    6. Any student, who is aggrieved by the alleged failure of any faculty or administrative officials to comply in good faith with the provisions of this section, shall be entitled to maintain 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 under 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.

        The College 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 br> 350 New Campus Drive
        Brockport, NY 14420-2929
        Telephone: (716) 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 College at 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 currently available in the "SUNY College at Brockport D rug-free College Community Resource 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 Penalties, 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 Community 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, which will be conducted to determine their effectiveness, implement changes to the programs if needed, and ensure that disciplinary sanctions, are consistently enforced.

        The College is in compliance with these policies.


        Board of Trustees

        Thomas F. Egan, A.B., J.D., Chairperson - New York

        Erland E. Kailbourne, A.A.S., Sc.D., Vice Chairperson - Albany

        Roderick G.W. Chu, B.S., M.B.A. - New York City

        Edward F. Cox, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.. - New York City

        Candace de Russy, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.. - Bronxville

        Arnold B. Gardner, A.B., LL.B. - Buffalo

        Louis T. Howard - Amityville

        Pamela R. Jacobs, B.A., M.A. - Buffalo

        Simon Johnson - Albany

        Nicole Kim, B.A., J.D. - Newark

        Miles L. Lasser, A.B., LL.B., CPA. - Jamestown

        Edward S. Nelson, B.A., LL.B. - Norwich

        Paul R. Perez - New York City

        N. Theodore Sommer, B.A., J.D. - Binghamton

        Harvey F. Wachsman, B.A., M.D., J.D. - Great Neck

        Chancellor - John W. Ryan, B.A., M.A., Ph.D.

        Provost and Vice Chancellor for Academic Affairs - Peter Salins

        Senior Vice Chancellor for Finance and Business - Brian Stenson

        College Counsel and Vice Chancellor for University Relations - Scott Steffey

        Secretary of the University - John O'Connor, B.A., M.S.






        College Administration

        (Note: * Indicates recipient of the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service.)

        President's Office: Paul Yu, President

        Affirmative Action: Theresa Conroy, Director

        Institutional Research & Planning: Claire VanDenBerghe, Director

        Academic Affairs: Timothy J. Flanagan, Vice President

        Academic Computing Services: Mary Jo Orzech, Director

        Academic Information Services/Director of Library: Raj Madan, Dean

        Academic Outreach & Access: John J. Perry, Dean

        Arts & Performance, School of: Jacqueline Davis, Interim Dean

        Delta College: Sandra Holinbaugh-Beltz/Nancy Leslie, Co-Directors

        Educational Opportunity Center: Melva Brown, Dean

        Graduate Education, Research, & Faculty Development: vacant

        Grants Development: Colleen Donaldson, Director

        Letters & Sciences, School of: Stuart Appelle, Interim Dean

        Professions, School of: Diane Elliott, Interim Dean

        Undergraduate Education: P. Michael Fox, Assistant Vice President

        Administrative Services: Edward J. Kumar, Vice President

        Administrative Computing: David Strasenburgh, Acting Director

        Brockport Auxiliary Service Corporation: Sandra Mason, Executive Director

        Budget and Post-award Activities: Jeffrey Post, Director

        Facilities and Planning: Gerald Luzum, Assistant Vice President

        Facility Operations: Richard Lair, Director

        Facilities Planning: John Osowski, Director

        Finance and Management: Louis M. Spiro, Assistant Vice President

        Human Resources: Richard D. Meade, Director

        Procurement and Payment Services: Dona Hazen, Director

        Student Financial Services: James E. Vetuskey*, Assistant to the Vice President

        Telecommunications: Wayne Hunter, Director

        College Advancement: Bruce Van Hise, Executive Director

        Advancement Services: Lynne Conradt, Director

        Alumni Relations: Susan L. Parrino, Director

        Development: Bradley C. Schreiber, Director

        Development Relations & Research: Linda P. Sweeting, Director

        Government Relations: Bruce Van Hise

        Enrollment Management: Ray Di Pasquale, Vice President

        Academic Advisement: Thomas Nugent*, Associate Director

        Admissions: Kathleen M. Simpson, Director

        Career Services: George Toth, Director

        Design & Production: Richard Black, Director

        Educational Opportunity Program: Terrence O. Barnes, Director

        Financial Aid: J. Scott Atkinson, Director

        Intercollegiate Athletics: Lin Case, Director

        Marketing Communications: Karla Linn Merrifield, Director

        Registrar: Larry Humm, Associate Director

        Student Retention/Assistant Vice President: vacant

        Student Affairs: Marion Schrank*, Vice President

        Assistant Vice President: Terrin L. Hover*

        Assistant to the Vice President: Roger Weir*

        Campus Life: Dan Raimondo, Director

        Campus Recreation: vacant

        College-wide Judicial System: Thomas Rosia, Officer

        College Events: Susan Hawkes, Coordinator

        Health and Counseling Services: vacant

        Leadership/Community Development: Karen Clinton-Phelps, Director

        Residential Life/Learning Communities: Joseph Franek, Director

        Students With Disabilities, Office of: Vivian Vanderzell, Coordinator

        University Police/Campus Safety: Robert Kehoe, Chief



        College Council

        Norman Fagnan - Oakfield

        Michael J. Garbin - Rochester

        David L. Hoffberg, Chair - Rochester

        Frederick J. Holbrook - Spencerport

        James H. Keeler - Albion

        William H. Sentiff - Rochester

        Scott M. Turner - Rochester



        Faculty Roster

        Distinguished Faculty and Distinguished Faculty Emeriti

        BETSY BALZANO, Distinguished Service Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Florida State University

        W. RAYMOND DUNCAN, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., Fletcher School.

        GAWAIN G. FAGAN, Distinguished Professor, Dance, B.A., Wayne State University.

        EARL G. INGERSOLL, Distinguished Teaching Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

        OWEN S. IRELAND, Distinguished Teaching Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.

        JOSEPH R. KANDOR, Distinguished Service Professor, Counselor Education, Ed.D., SUNY Buffalo.

        EDWARD C. LEHMAN JR., Professor, Sociology, Ph.D., Mississippi State University.

        SARAH LIEBSCHUTZ, Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        WILLIAM C. ROCK, Distinguished Service Professor, Education Administration, Ed.D., Columbia University.

        ROSS VASTA, Distinguished Service Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., SUNY Stony Brook.

        JOSEPH WINNICK, Distinguished Service Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ed.D, 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, Ph.D.

        INAAM A. AL-HASHIMI, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, CPA, NY Board of Public Accounting.

        ANN S. ALTMEYER, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        DEBRA A. AMES, Assoc. Librarian, Library, M.L.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        ERIC ANDERSON-ZYCH, History, Lecturer, B.A.

        FLOYD D. ANDERSON, Professor, Communication, Ph.D., University of Illinois-Urbana.

        *MARK A. ANDERSON, Assoc. Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

        CARMEN I. APONTE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        STUART APPELLE, Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., George Washington University.

        GAIL B. ARGETSINGER, Asst. Professor, Theatre, M.A.

        SACHIO ASHIDA, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., University of Nebraska.

        WHITNEY J. AUTIN, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        LAUREL A. AVERY-DETOY, Lecturer, Health Science

        VIRGINIA BACHELER, Assoc. Professor, Communication, M.S., Syracuse University.

        PATRICIA E. BAKER, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        SRI RAM V. BAKSHI, Associate Professor & Chair, Interdisciplinary Arts, Ph.D.

        NANCY M. BALLARON, Lecturer, Recreation & Leisure, M.S.

        JOSEPH E. BALOG, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., University of Maryland.

        LINDA F. BALOG, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., University of Maryland.

        *BETSY C. BALZANO, Distinguished Service Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Florida State University.

        LARRY R. BASSI, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, M.A., Washington State University.

        *MORRIS I. BEERS, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Vanderbilt University.

        *GERALD L. BEGY, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.

        KAREN BIBBINS, Lecturer, Recreation & Leisure Studies

        JOHN W. BIXLER, Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.

        *MARGARET B. BLACKMAN, Professor, Anthropology, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        ROBERT W. BLAKE SR., Professor, Education and Human Development, Ed.D., University of Rochester.

        NORMAN J. BLOCH, Assoc. Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        THOMAS P. BONNER, Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Cincinnati.

        DONALD B. BORBEE, Lecturer, Business Administration-Economics, Ph.D.

        *WALTER A. BOROWIEC, Assoc. Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        ROGER R. BOSSERT, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.S.

        WALTER M. BOSTON JR., Assoc. Professor, International Institute, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

        ROBERT J. BOWEN, Lecturer, Psychology, Ph.D.

        MARK E. BOWER, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.A.

        ALICE G. BRAND, Professor, English, Ed.D., Rutgers University.

        DAVID BRANNIGAN, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of New Hampshire.

        WALTER F. BRAUTIGAN, Asst. Professor Emeritus, Education & Human Development

        LORI A. BREITMAIER, Lecturer, Nursing, M.S.

        KELLY A. BRENNAN, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D

        ZARA R. BRENNER, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S.

        KIM S. BRESLAWSKI, Lecturer, Business Administration-Economics, M.B.A.

        STEVEN T. BRESLAWSKI, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., SUNY College at Buffalo.

        GARY P. BRIGGS, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, M.B.A., Indiana University.

        MELISSA M. BROWN, Asst. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D.

        CAROL BROWNSTEIN-EVANS, Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work

        *ARDEN K. BUCHOLZ JR., Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Chicago.

        HEIDI K. BYRNE, Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, Ph.D.

        CHARLES CALLAHAN III, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of Illinois Urbana.

        CATHERINE CARDINA, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        MICHELE F. CARRON, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, M.A., Ohio State University.

        *ROBERT M. CASSIE, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison.

        MARK J. CHADSEY, Visiting Asst. Professor, Political Science & International Studies, Ph.D.

        STEPHEN W. CHAN, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Kansas.

        JOHN D. CHASSE, Assoc. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        CHARLES H. CHEHAB, Asst. Professor, Art, Ph.D., Harvard University.

        MOU-TA CHEN, Professor, Mathematics, Ed.D., University of Wyoming.

        OH KON CHO, Professor, Theatre, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

        MARILYN F. COLBY, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        KIRT T. COMPTON, Lecturer, Recreation & Leisure, B.S.

        DENISE COPELTON, Lecturer, Sociology, M.A.

        JOHN W. COOPER, Lecturer, Business Administration-Economics, Ed.D.

        JAMES J. CORDEIRO, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        JOSEPH CORSICA, Asst. Professor, Social Work, Ph.D.

        MARIE COSTANZA, Lecturer, Education & Human Development

        JOHN E. COTTRELL, Lecturer, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        MARTIN A. COUNTRYMAN, Lecturer, Psychology, M.A.

        THOMAS L. CRIMANDO, Lecturer, History, Ph.D.

        MARCIA M. CROSIER, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.A.

        ALICE L. CRUME, Asst. Professor, Communication, Ph.D.

        LUZ M. CRUZ, Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, Ed.D.

        PAUL G. CURRAN, Asst. Professor, English, M.A., Bowling Green State University.

        EILEEN DANIEL, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, D.Ed., University of Oregon.

        JACQUELINE E. DAVIS, Assoc. Professor, Dance, M.A., Ohio State University.

        CHARLES R. DAY, Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        MICHAEL B. DAY, Lecturer, Health Science, B.S.

        RICHARD F. DELLA COSTA, Lecturer, Visual Studies

        ROMINE R. DEMING, Professor, Criminal Justice, Ph.D., Iowa State University.

        LOUIS R. DESFOSSES, Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of Massachusetts.

        PATRICIA F. DICKINSON, Lecturer, English, M.S.

        GEORGES DICKER, Professor, Philosophy, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

        SUSAN DOE, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics

        JEREMIAH DONIGIAN, Professor, Counselor Education, D.Ed., Pennsylvania State University.

        EDWARD H. DOWNEY, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, D.P.A., SUNY at Albany.

        WILLIAM H. DRESNACK, Visiting Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, M.S., SUNY at Binghamton.

        *W. RAYMOND DUNCAN, Distinguished Teaching Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., Tufts University.

        CONSTANCE W. DURFEE, Lecturer, English, M.A.

        MARIE I. DURHAM, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, M.Ed., Southwest Texas State University.

        DAVID W. DWYER, Asst. Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., SUNY at Binghamton.

        DIANE C. DWYER, Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, M.S.W., SUNY at Buffalo.

        SCOTT EASTMAN, Adjunct Asst. Professor, Counselor Education

        OBI N. EBBE, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.

        *CHARLES R. EDWARDS, Assoc. Professor, Anthropology, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        CARVIN EISON, Asst. Professor, Communication, M.A., SUNY at Buffalo.

        DIANE ELLIOTT, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, Ed.D., University of Rochester.

        BEATRICE L. ENGLISH, Lecturer, Earth Sciences, M.S.

        EDWARD W. ERAMUS, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, J.D., Case Western Reserve University.

        MARCELLA H. ESLER, Lecturer, Mathematics, M.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        ALESSIO EVANGELISTA, Lecturer, Education & Human Development

        RICHARD D. EVANS, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        GARTH FAGAN, Distinguished Professor, Dance

        JAMES E. FATULA, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, Ph.D.

        *RICHARD J. FENTON, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        NICHOLAS L. FERRAIO, Lecturer, Health Science, M.S.

        HERBERT C. FINK, Asst. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        K. THOMAS FINLEY, Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        ROBERT T. FITZGIBBON, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        JOHN J. FITZPATRICK, Asst. Professor & Director, Washington Semester Program, Ph.D.

        NANCY A. FLANAGAN, Asst. Professor, Nursing, Ph.D.

        PATTI FOLLANSBEE, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.

        LORI-ANN B. FORZANO, Asst. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., SUNY at Stony Brook.

        MICHAEL FOX, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences. Ph.D. University of Illinois, Urbana.

        SONDRA H. FRALEIGH, Professor, Dance, M.A., University of Utah.

        JOEL FRATER, Asst. Professor, Recreation & Leisure, Ed.D.

        RICHARD G. FREY, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, J.D., University of Texas-Austin.

        MICHAEL A. FRIES, Visiting Asst. Professor, Mathematics, M.A.

        PETER F. GALVANI, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., University of Iowa.

        ELIZABETH GANDY, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S. Ed.

        ELLEN A. GANGAROSA, Lecturer, Mathematics, M.S.Ed.

        JOHN T. GARDNER, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        T. GREGORY GARVEY, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D.

        TRACY H. GATES, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        ANGELO P. GATTO, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.B.A.

        *ROBERT J. GEMMETT, Professor, English, Ph.D.

        PHILIP L. GERBER, Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Iowa.

        ROBERT S. GETZ, Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., Rutgers University.

        SANTO GIGLIO, Assoc. Professor, Dance, M.A., University of California-Los Angeles.

        MARY JO GIGLIOTTI, Asst. Librarian, Library, M.L.S.

        JOSEPH GILBERT, Professor, Philosophy, Ph.D., New York University.

        JANET F. GILLESPIE, Asst. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.

        ROBERT GILLIAM, Assoc. Librarian, Drake Library, M.S.L.S., Columbia University.

        JACK B. GLICKMAN, Assoc. Professor, Philosophy, Ph.D., New York University.

        THOMAS GOLASZEWSKI, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, Ed.D, SUNY at Buffalo.

        *NAT GOODHARTZ, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D, Ohio State University.

        SANDRA L. GRACZYK, Assoc. Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        ARTHUR J. GRAHAM, Lecturer, Recreation & Leisure, M.S.

        FREDERICK J. GRAVETTER, Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., Duke University.

        CAROLYN J. GREENE, Lecturer, Chemistry, M.S.ED., SUNY College at Brockport.

        HAROLD GREENSTEIN, Professor, Philosophy, Ph.D., New York University.

        EDWARD J. GUCKER, Assoc. Professor, Physics, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        BARBARA R. GUHDE, Lecturer, Public Administration, M.A.

        ROBERT W. GUHDE, Assoc. Professor, Public Administration, Ph.D., Kent State University.

        DIANNE HAASE, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics

        JAMES R. HABERMAS, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.A.

        GAIL C. HAGENAH, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S., SUNY at Buffalo.

        DAVID G. HALE, Professor, English, Ph.D., Duke University.

        FREDERICK S. HALLEY, Assoc. Professor, Sociology, Ph.D., University of Missouri Columbia.

        JOHN HALSEY, Visiting Asst. Professor, Sociology, Ph.D., University of Exeter.

        PHILLIP HAND, Adjunct Lecturer, Communication, B.A.

        STEPHEN HANSON, Lecturer, Health Science

        ALUN R. HARDMAN, Visiting Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, M.S.

        JOSEPH B. HARKIN, Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., Illinois Institute of Technology.

        PATRICIA M. HARRIS, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D.

        RUTH L. HARRIS, Asst. Professor, African and Afro-American Studies, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

        BABAN HASNAT, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of Tennessee-Knoxville.

        DANA HATHCOCK, Asst. Professor, Education & Human Development, Ph.D.

        JAMES M. HAYNES, Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.

        MARY T. HEALY, Asst. Professor, Anthropology, Ph.D.

        JENNIFER M. HECKER, Asst. Professor, Art, M.F.A., University of Minnesota.

        KATHRYN D. HEINTZ, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.S.

        TIMOTHY J. HENRY, Asst. Profesor, Physical Education & Sport, Ph.D.

        RONALD W. HERLAN, Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        KENNETH J. HERRMANN JR., Assoc. Professor, Social Work, M.S.W., SUNY at Buffalo.

        WILLIAM H. HEYEN, Professor, English, Ph.D., Ohio University.

        LOUIS B. HILLMAN, Lecturer, English, Ph.D.

        MERLE N. HIRSH, Adjunct Asst. Professor, Chemistry-Physics, Ph.D.

        SANDRA HOLINBAUGH-BELTZ, Director & Lecturer, Delta College

        CATHY HOUSTON-WILSON, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D., Oregon State University.

        WILLIAM HULLFISH JR., Assoc. Professor, Theatre, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        JOHN C. HUNTER, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D.

        KATHLEEN J. HUNTER, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., CHES, Southern Illinois University at Carbondale.

        PATRICIA A. HUNTINGTON-SIGEL, Lecturer, Criminal Justice, M.S.

        EARL G. INGERSOLL, Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

        *OWEN S. IRELAND, Distinguished Teaching Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.

        CHRISTIAN ITIN, Asst. Professor, Social Work, Ph.D.

        BARBARA JANCAR-WEBSTER, Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., Columbia University.

        CHARLES G. JENKINS, Assoc. Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D., Northern Illinois University.

        DAVID L. JEWELL, Professor, Recreation and Leisure, Ph.D., Southern Illinois University.

        BARRY L. JONES, Lecturer Mathematics, M.S.

        *BENITA M. JORKASKY, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

        CARL W. JUTZIN, Visiting Assistant Professor, Social Work, M.A.

        THOMAS W. KALLEN, Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., Washington State University.

        JOSEPH R. KANDOR, Distinguished Service Professor, Counselor Education, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        MARY ANN KANE-WORL, Lecturer, Social Work, M.S.W.

        DANIEL B. KARIN, Lecturer, History, Ph.D.

        BARBARA KASPER, Asst. Professor, Social Work, M.S.W., Syracuse University.

        SIGNE M. KASTBERG, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, Ph.D.

        *SHARON M. KEHOE, Assoc. Professor, Educational Administration, J.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        GREGORY A. KENNEY, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        DARWIN DONALD KENT JR., Visiting Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology.

        CHARLES F. KIEHL, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        *JOHN W. KILLIGREW, Professor, History, Ph.D., Indiana University.

        JUDITH KITCHEN, Lecturer, English, M.F.A.

        LARRY K. KLINE, Assoc. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        DONNA M. KOWAL, Asst. Professor, Communication, Ph.D.

        DAVID K. KOWALCZYK, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.A.

        MICHAEL C. KRICKMIRE, Lecturer, Theatre, M.F.A.

        ROGER J. KURTZ, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D.

        *JOHN F. KUTOLOWSKI, Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Chicago.

        *KATHLEEN KUTOLOWSKI, Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        GARY M. LACKMANN, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        KADATHUR B. LAKSHMANAN, Assoc. Professor, Computer Science, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        JEFFREY T. LASHBROOK, Asst. Professor, Sociology, Ph.D.

        BRYAN C. LEADBETTER, Lecturer, Criminal Justice, M.S.

        TERESA K. LEHR, Lecturer, English, M.A.

        CRAIG R. LENDING, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison.

        CAROL D. LENNOX, Lecturer, Mathematics, M.S.W.

        BRUCE LESLIE, Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.

        NANCY A. LESLIE, Lecturer, Delta College, M.L.S.

        DENA B. LEVY, Asst. Professor, Political Science & International Studies, Ph.D.

        THEODORE W. LEWIS, Research Scientist, Biological Sciences, M.S.

        YU-KU LI, Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of California-Berkeley.

        LAUREN J. LIEBERMAN, Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, Ph.D.

        JEFFREY B. LINN, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

        JOHNIE K. LITTLE, Counselor, EOP, M.S.

        JENNIFER M. LLOYD, Director of Womens Studies & Visiting Asst. Professor, Ph.D

        JAMES E. LODES, Lecturer, Physical Education & Sport, B.S.

        MARGIE LOVETT-SCOTT, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        JOAN M. LUCAS, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, Ph.D., Princeton University.

        JUDITH A. LUCE, Asst. Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D.

        NATHAN LYONS, Professor, Visual Studies, B.A., Alfred University.

        JOAN LYONS, Lecturer, Visual Studies, M.F.A.

        ANNE S. MACPHERSON, Asst. Professor, History, Ph.D.

        KATHERINE P. MADDEN, Asst. Professor, Communication, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

        RICHARD T. MAHONEY, Assoc. Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., Washington University Saint Louis.

        *JOHN R. MAIER, Professor, English, Ph.D., Duquesne University.

        *JOSEPH C. MAKAREWICZ, Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., Cornell University.

        JOSE A. MALIEKAL, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D., University of Hawaii.

        SALAHUDDIN MALIK, Professor, History, Ph.D., McGill University-Canada.

        *RICHARD V. MANCUSO, Assoc. Professor, Physics, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        JOHN K. MARAH, Visiting Asst. Professor, African and Afro-American Studies, Ed.D., Syracuse University.

        *PETER L. MARCHANT, Professor Emeritus, English, Ph.D.

        ROBERT MARCUS, Professor, History, Ph.D., Northwestern University.

        JOSEPH R. MASON, Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., Boston College.

        JUDY A. MASSARE, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.

        YUKO MATSUKAWA, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D.

        PETER O. MATTHEWS, Lecturer, Physical Education & Sport, B.A.

        WILLIAM MCCLEARY, Lecturer, English, Ph.D.

        ROGER A. MCCOY, Asst. Professor, Computational Science, Ph.D.

        ELIZABETH MCDADE, Lecturer, Art, M.F.A.

        MARA L. MCFADDEN, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D., Indiana University.

        ROGER B. MCNALLY, Assoc. Professor, Criminal Justice, M.S.W. SUNY Buffalo.

        *MERRILL J. MELNICK, Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        GARY J. METZ, Assoc. Professor, Health Science, M.P.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        THOMAS METZGER, Lecturer, English, M.L.S.

        MARCY E. MICELI, Lecturer, Health Science, M.S. Ed.

        *JOHN G. MICHAELS, Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        BRIAN J. MIHALIK, Professor, Recreation & Leisure, Ed.D.

        ELAINE K. MILLER, Assoc. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles.

        SANFORD S. MILLER, Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., University of Rochester.

        LORI E. MILLS, Asst. Professor, Art, M.F.A.

        SANDEEP R. MITRA, Visiting Asst. Professor, Computer Science, M.Tech., Indian Institute of Technology

        MARY E. MONAHAN, Lecturer, Recreation & Leisure, M.S.

        DAVID A. MONK, Lecturer, Health Science, M.P.A.

        KATHLEEN K. MOODY, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D.

        CLYDE MORGAN, Assoc. Professor, Dance, B.A., Cleveland State University.

        *J. EMORY MORRIS, Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin-Madison.

        MARYBETH MUELLER, Lecturer, Health Science, M.S.

        CHRISTINE MURRAY, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        DONALD F. MURRAY, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, M.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        SUSAN MURRAY, Instructor, Recreation and Leisure, M.S., Memphis State University.

        JAMES F. MURPHY, Lecturer, Nursing, M.S.

        *SHEILA A. MYER, Assoc. Professor, Nursing, M.S.N., University of Rochester.

        *KAZUMI NAKANO, Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., Wayne State University.

        CHARLES J. NAPRAVNIK, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Oklahoma Norman.

        *DONALD NELSON-NASCA, Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        CHARLES P. NEMETH, Professor & Chair Criminal Justice,

        J.D. MILDRED NESS, Lecturer, Educational Administration, M.Ed.

        EVELYN S. NEWLYN, Assoc. Professor, English, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        *SUSANNAH NEWMAN, Assoc. Professor, Dance, M.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        MARK R. NOLL, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        *CHRISTOPHER J. NORMENT, Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Kansas.

        SUSAN K. NOVINGER, Visiting Asst. Professor, M.A.

        JOHN J. O'KANE, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S. Ed.

        *KENNETH P. O'BRIEN, Assoc. Professor, History, Ph.D., Northwestern University.

        REGINALD T. OCANSEY, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        FELIX N. OKOYE, Professor, African and Afro-American Studies, Ph.D., University of California-Los Angeles.

        EUGENE F. ORBAKER, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ed.D., West Virginia University.

        LUISA OWENS, Lecturer, Foreign Languages

        JON A. PALZER, Lecturer, English, M.A.

        ANNE M. PANNING, Asst. Professor, English, Ph.D.

        ANDREA PARADA, Asst. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., University of Michigan.

        *LYNN H. PARSONS, Professor, History, Ph.D., Johns Hopkins University.

        JAMES A. PAYTON, Assoc. Professor, Dance, M.A.

        JOHN J. PERRY, Assoc. Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Pennsylvania.

        PAUL A. PERSIA, Lecturer, English, M.A.

        *KATHLEEN L. PETERSON-SWEENEY, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S., University of Rochester.

        SUSAN C. PETERSEN, Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, Ed.

        D. SALLY PETTY, Assoc. Librarian, Library, M.L.S.

        DIANNA G. PHILLIPS, Asst. Profesor, Educational Administration, Ph.D.

        JOHN PHILLIPS JR., Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., Ohio State University.

        CHRISTINE M. PLUMERI, Visiting Asst. Professor, Criminal Justice, M.A., SUNY College at Buffalo.

        JUDITH K. POLSKY, Lecturer, Social Work, M.S.W.

        FREDRIC A. POWELL, Assoc. Professor, Communication, Ph.D., Michigan State University.

        FAITH PRATHER, Asst. Professor, Public Administration, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        MIRKO PYLYSHENKO, Assoc. Professor, Art, M.F.A., Rochester Institute of Technology.

        JENNIFER QUIGLEY, Asst. Librarian, Library, M.L.S.

        KULATHUR RAJASETHUPATHY, Assoc. Professor, Computer Science, Ph.D., Research Institute-India.

        PATRICIA RALPH, Asst. Professor, Theatre

        THAMBRAHALLI M. RAO, Assoc. Professor, Computer Science, Ph.D., Indian Institute of Science-India.

        BILLY W. REED, Asst. Professor, Communication, Ph.D., University of Michigan.

        CARMELA A. REHTZ, Instructor, Nursing, M.S., University of Rochester.

        MARK REYNOLDS, Lecturer, Psychology, Ph.D.

        WILLIAM I. RIDDELL, Assoc. Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., University of Connecticut.

        RUTH RIGERMAN, Lecturer, Mathematics, M.S.

        MARY ELLEN ROBINSON, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S., University of Rochester.

        SCOTT D. ROBINSON, Asst. Professor, Education & Human Development, Ph.D.

        WILLIAM C. ROCK, Distinguished Service Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D., Columbia University.

        EARL A. ROCKEY, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.B.A.

        VICTOR J. ROJAS, Assoc. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., Indiana University.

        JACK ROLLWAGEN, Professor, Anthropology, Ph.D., University of Oregon.

        SIDNEY ROSENZWEIG, Lecturer, English, Ph.D.

        FRANK D. ROSSI, Lecturer, Foreign Languages, M.S.

        ROGER H. ROWLEY, Lecturer, Visual Studies, M.F.A.

        CHARLES L. ROXIN, Lecturer, Public Administration, M.P.A.

        ANDREA RUBERY, Asst. Professor, Political Science & International Studies

        *STANLEY S. RUBIN, Assoc. Professor, English, Ph.D., Harvard University.

        ROBERT RUTZEN, Assoc. Professor, Sociology, Ph.D., Yale University.

        PATRICIA A. RYAN, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.A., Columbia University.

        KHALID SALEEM, Asst. Professor, Dance.

        ROCCO P. SALOMONE, Lecturer, Physical Education and Sport, M.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        KENNETH J. SALZER, Lecturer, English, M.A.

        CAROL J. SAMPLE, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ed.D., University of Rochester.

        MICHAEL L. SCHAFFER, Lecturer, Physical Education & Sport, M.S.

        DONNA L. SCHALGE, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        DOUGLAS SCHEIDT, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        KENNETH D. SCHLECHT, Assoc. Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., University of Iowa.

        LINDA K. SCHLOSSER, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, Ph.D.

        MICHAEL W. SCHMOYER, Lecturer, Health Science, M.S.Ed.

        ANN M. SCHNEIDER, Asst. Professor, Educational Administration, Ed.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        ROBERT SCHNEIDER, Asst. Professor, Physical Education & Sport, Ed.D.

        JOAN E. SCHOCKOW, Lecturer, Physical Education & Sport, M.S.

        SUSAN R. SEEM, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University.

        ROBERT H. SEGUIN, Lecturer, English, Ph.D.

        ARNOLD E. SEROTSKY, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.A.

        MUHYI A. SHAKOOR, Assoc. Professor, Counselor Education, Ph.D., Kent State University.

        *PATRICIA L. SHARKEY, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S.N., SUNY at Buffalo.

        ELLEN SHOEMAKER, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        FRANCIS X. SHORT, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, P.E.D., Indiana University.

        JAMES D. SHULER, Asst. Professor, Computer Science, Ph.D.

        PATRICIA J. SIEGEL, Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., Yale University.

        SARA E. SILVERSTONE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D.

        SANDEEP SINGH, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., Kent State University.

        MICHAEL J. SINNOTT, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        JOSEPH SIRACUSA, Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., University of Illinois-Urbana.

        WARREN R. SKYE, JR., Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, M.S.W.

        ARTHUR E. SMITH, Assoc. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D., Syracuse University.

        CAROLYN B. SMITH, Lecturer, Communication, M.A.

        CINDY K. SMITH, Lecturer, Mathematics

        CONSTANCE SMITH, Lecturer, Education & Human Development

        DANIEL E. SMITH, Assoc. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D., University of Illinois.

        DELMONT C. SMITH, Professor, Biological Sciences, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin Madison.

        ELLEN SMITH, Lecturer, Art, M.F.A.

        SARA L. SMITH, Lecturer, Leadership/Community Development

        CHARLES J. SOMMER, Assoc. Professor, Mathematics, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        CHRISTINE M. SOMMERS, Lecturer, Delta College

        PATRICIA SOMMERS, Lecturer, Communication, B.A.

        GENE SPANNEUT, Lecturer, Educational Administration, Ed.D.

        JOHN J. SPITZER, Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of Pittsburgh.

        DEBRA L. SPONABLE, Lecturer, Social Work, M.A.

        EVAMARIE STAPLETON, Lecturer, Theatre, M.F.A.

        LIZA T. STEFFEN, Lecturer, Foreign Languages, B.A.

        ROGER K. STEINHAUER, Asst. Professor, Sociology, Ph.D., Florida State University.

        MARJORIE H. STEWART, Assoc. Professor, Anthropology, D.Phil., University of Oxford.

        *WILLIAM R. STEWART, Professor, Art, M.F.A., Ohio University.

        LINDA A. ST. GEORGE, Lecturer, Theatre, B.F.A.

        RICHARD R. ST GEORGE, Assoc. Professor, Theatre, M.F.A., Illinois State University.

        WILLIAM F. STIER JR., Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ed.D., University of South Dakota.

        MICHAEL STONE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Social Work, M.S.W., West Virginia University.

        *ROBERT W. STRAYER, Professor, History, Ph.D., University of Wisconsin.

        JEFFREY C. STRIETER, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.S., Rochester Institute of Technology.

        MOIRA E. STUART, Visiting Asst. Profesor, Physical Education & Sport, Ph.D.

        JUANITA SUAREZ, Asst. Professor, Dance, M.F.A.

        ROBERT B. SWITKY, Asst. Professor, Political Science & International Studies, Ph.D.

        MICHAEL J. SZATKOWSKI, Lecturer, Theatre,

        M.M MOHAMMED Z. TAHAR, Asst. Professor, Chemistry-Physics, Ph.D.

        DANIEL A. TALANY, Lecturer, Educational Administration, Ed.D.

        AMY TARAVELLA, Lecturer, Dance, M.F.A.

        JERRY TAYLOR, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.S.

        MARTIN J. TELLER, Lecturer, Health Science, M.A.

        GERARD J. THOMAS, Lecturer, Anthropology, M.A.

        MICHAEL S. THOMAS, Lecturer, Criminal Justice, M.F.A.

        BARBARA J. THOMPSON, Lecturer, History, M.A.

        TIMOTHY G. THORNTON, Visiting Asst. Professor, Sociology, M.A.

        ROBERT J. TILLETT, Lecturer, English, M.F.A.

        HELEN TIMBERLAKE, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.S.

        RONALD P. TIMMONS, Lecturer, Public Administration, M.P.A.

        WILLIAM P. TODD, Asst. Professor, Chemistry, Ph.D., Cornell University.

        VINCENT L. TOLLERS, Professor, English, Ph.D., University of Colorado-Boulder.

        DANNY TOO, Asst. Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ph.D.

        RALPH R. TRECARTIN, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D.

        THOMAS M. TREMER, Lecturer, Criminal Justice, M.A., Fordham University.

        ANNETTE TRUBY, Lecturer, Education & Human Development, M.A.

        KISTA TUCKER, Visiting Asst. Professor, Dance, M.F.A.

        JOSIE TULLOS, Asst. Professor, Communication

        JENNIFER S. TURNEY, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.S.

        ROBERT E. TUZUN, Asst. Professor, Computational Science, Ph.D.

        STEPHEN UEBBING, Lecturer, Educational Administration, Ed.D.

        MARCIA A. ULLMAN, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S.N., Boston College.

        *STEPHEN H. ULLMAN, Professor, Political Science, Ph.D., University of Minnesota.

        LINDA UNDERHILL, Lecturer, Health Science, Ph.D.

        CAROLYN S. VACCA, Lecturer, History, M.A.

        EDWARD F. VANDUZER, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., University of Iowa.

        CONRAD VANVOORST, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ed.D.

        ROOPA VARADARAJAN, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.B.A.

        *ROSS F. VASTA, Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., SUNY at Stony Brook.

        WILLIAM R. VEENIS, Jr., Lecturer, Education and Human Development, M.Ed.

        PETER D. VERONESI, Asst. Professor, Education and Human Development, Ph.D.

        GARY M. VOELKL, Lecturer, Sociology, Ph.D. H.

        JAYNE VOGAN, Assoc. Professor, Counselor Education, Ed.D., University of Rochester.

        SANDRA J. VOIGT, Lecturer, Educational Administration, M.Ed.

        MELISSA L. WAITE, Visiting Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, M.Ed.

        WANDA E. WAKEFIELD, Asst. Professor, History, J.D.

        ANNETTE F. WALLACE, Lecturer, Education and Human Develoopment, M.S.Ed.

        LARRY B. WALLNAU, Professor, Psychology, Ph.D., SUNY at Albany.

        DIANA C. WALSH, Lecturer, Business Administration and Economics, M.B.A.

        KATHERINE H. WARDLOW, Lecturer, Foreign Languages, M.S.

        CELIA A. WATT, Asst. Professor, Health Science, Ph.D.

        KAREN D. WATT, Lecturer, Mathematics, M.S.

        *JERALD L. WEAVER, Asst. Professor, Business Administration and Economics, Ph.D., Florida State University.

        RICHARD E. WEAVER, Lecturer, Criminal Justice, M.S.

        ROBERT WEINBECK, Assoc. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        ANN R. WEITZEL, Asst. Professor, Nursing, M.S., University of Rochester.

        MARCIA WIECZOREK, Lecturer, Nursing, B.S.N.

        SUSAN M. WIELGOSZ, Athletic Trainer & Clinical Instructor, Physical Education & Sport, M.S.

        LILIANE A. WILK, Lecturer, Foreign Languages

        DONNA WILKERSON, Asst. Professor, Foreign Languages

        EMMANUEL J. WINNER, Lecturer, English, D.F.A.

        JOSEPH P. WINNICK, Distinguished Service Professor, Physical Education and Sport, Ed.D., Temple University.

        VALERIE WINNICK, Lecturer, Health Science, M.S.W.

        ROBERT S. WINTER, Lecturer, Computer Science, M.Ed.

        J. PETER WINTISH, Lecturer, Political Science & International Studies, M.A.

        WARD L. WOLFF, Asst. Professor, Counselor Education, M.S.

        KATHRYN M. WOOD, Assoc. Professor & Chair, Nursing, Ph.D., SUNY at Buffalo.

        PATRICK W. WRIGHT, Lecturer, Educational Administration, M.A.

        WENDY WRIGHT, Asst. Professor, Public Administration, M.A.

        LOUANN WURST, Asst. Professor, Anthropology, Ph.D.

        ANNE-PATRICIA N. WURTENBERT, Lecturer, Educational and Human Development, M.Ed.

        OSMAN YASAR, Professor & Chair, Computational Science, Ph.D.

        FRANCISCO J. ZAYAS, Assoc. Professor, Foreign Languages and Literatures, Ph.D., University of Miami.

        JOSEPH J. ZIELINSKI, Lecturer, Health Science, M.P.H.

        JAMES A. ZOLLWEG, Asst. Professor, Earth Sciences, Ph.D.

        Faculty of the Educational Opportunity Center

        EMILE ADJIVON, Instructor, EOC Academic Department, B.S., Ed., University College of Cape Coast.

        ANDREA ALEXANDER, Lecturer, EOC Academic Department

        SUSAN BARCO, Lecturer, EOC Academic Affairs

        JOAN BENATI, Asst. Profesor, EOC Nursing

        PATRICIA L. CHAKALIS, Asst. Professor, EOC English as a Second Language, M.S., SUNY College at Geneseo.

        MARIE CHAPMAN, Instructor, EOC Office Technology

        LAURA CLAY, Instructor, EOC Nursing

        PATRICIA CRANE, Lecturer, EOC Academic Affairs

        CAROL CUDDIHEE, Instructor, EOC Academic Department

        CAROLYN DUSSAULT, Instructor, EOC Bridge Program

        EUGENE F. GARTLAND, Asst. Professor, EOC GED, M.S., University of Rochester.

        MARY E. GORMAN, Instructor, EOC Nursing, B.S., D'Youville College.

        JOAN M. GRAVES, Instructor, EOC Restaurant Skills, B.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        LINDA T. HENDRIX, Instructor, EOC GED, B.A., SUNY Empire State College.

        GRACIELLA M. ISASI, Asst. Professor, EOC Academic Department, M.A., University of Rochester.

        LAURAINE LAUX, Instructor, EOC Nursing, M.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        MARY LIGHTFOOT, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology

        LESLIE LOCKETZ, Asst. Professor, EOC GED, M.F.A., SUNY at Buffalo.

        ROSALIE M. LODATO, Asst. Professor, EOC Nursing, M.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        BEATRICE MCCLOUD, Instructor, EOC Nursing

        ELIZABETH MCMILLAN, Instructor, EOC Academic Department

        EARNEST MILLER, Instructor, EOC Restaurant Skills, M.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        MILDRED P. MILLS, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, M.S., Nazareth College of Rochester.

        SAILAJANANDA MUKHERJEE, Assoc. Professor, EOC College Preparation, Ph.D., SUNY College of Forestry.

        LEILA G. NASSAR, Asst. Professor, EOC Nursing, M.L.S., SUNY College at Brockport.

        ELIZABETH R. ORTIZ, Asst. Professor, EOC Office Technology, M.S., Nazareth College of Rochester.

        JONATHAN PERKINS, Instructor, EOC Cosmetology

        MICHELE POLICANO, Instructor, EOC Office Technology

        INGRID ROBERTSON, Instructor, EOC Nursing

        PENNY L. SAYLES, Instructor, EOC Office Technology, M.A., Nazareth College of Rochester.

        SHIRLEY SHAW, Instructor, EOC Office Technology

        JOSEPH SHIEL, Instructor, EOC Construction Arts

        JACQUELINE M. STOLT, Instructor, EOC Nursing, B.S., SUNY Empire State College.

        ALFREDA UNDERHILL, Instructor, EOC Nursing

        WENDY VONHOLD, Instructor, EOC Office Technology

        MARGARET B. WALKER, Asst. Professor, EOC Nursing, M.A., SUNY College at Brockport.

        LINDA WERNER, Lecturer, EOC Academic Affairs

        Professional Staff

        ISKRA A. ALEXANDROV, DIRECTOR - TV Services, Communication, ME, Institute of Electrical Engineering

        SCOTT ALLAN, Admissions Advisor, Admissions

        MICHAEL D. ANDRIATCH, Sports Information Director, Marketing Communications, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARIANGELA ANNUCCI, Coordinator Cooperative Education, Career Services, MS, Nazareth College of Rochester

        REDDY ANUGU, Senior Programmer Analyst, Academic Computing Services, MS, Jackson State University

        DANIEL B. ASKEY, Counselor, EOP, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        *J. SCOTT ATKINSON, Director of Financial Aid, Financial Aid Office, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JAMES L. BAILEY, Senior Programmer Analyst, Administrative Computing, MS, SUNY at Albany

        TERRENCE O. BARNES, Director Educational Opportunity Program, EOP, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        ANNE M. BARTON, Financial Aid Advisor, Financial Aid Office, BA, SUNY Empire State College

        NORA Y. BELL, Financial Aid Advisor, Financial Aid Office, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        SHARON BELLE-RENDER, Counselor, Cousneling Center, M.S.Ed.

        MARCIA A. BETLEM, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, MBA, Rochester Institute of Technology

        DEBORAH A. BIRKINS, Assistant Director Residential Life, Residential Life, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        SUSAN L. BIXLER, Assistant to the Dean, Arts and Performance, BA, Northwestern University

        RICHARD W. BLACK, Director, Design & Production, Design and Production, BFA, Rhode Island School of Design

        SANDRA J. BORDEAU, Director of Administration SBDC, Small Business Development Center, BS, SUNY College at Plattsburgh

        WILFRED T. BORDEAU, Program Director SBDC, Small Business Development Center, BS, SUNY College at Plattsburgh

        NANCY E. BRINKWART, Nurse Practitioner, Student Health Center, MSN, University of Rochester

        MICHAEL D. BROWN, Admissions Advisor, Admissions, MS, SUNY College at Potsdam

        CYNTHIA P. BURKE, Academic Advisor, Educational Opportunity Program, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        JILL F. CAMPBELL, Staff Associate, Academic Advisement, PhD, SUNY at Buffalo

        VIRGINIA CAMPBELL, Marketing Communications Manager, Marketing Communications, MALS, SUNY College at Brockport

        CHARLES J. CAPLES, Assistant Continuing Education, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, BA, Johnson State College

        MICHAEL A. CARR, Staff Assistant, Facilities-Administration, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        ELIZABETH S. CARUSO, Assistant Director, Student Health Center, MS, University of Rochester

        CHRISTINE N. CASALINUOVO, Admissions Advisor, Admissions, BA, SUNY College at Oswego

        LINDA J. CASE, Director of Athletics and Campus Recreation, Athletics, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JOANNE F. CATANESE, Head Equipment Manager, Athletics, MA, Adelphi University

        KAREN A. CLINTON-PHELPS, Director Cultural Center, Cultural Center, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        *BETTY CHAN, Associate Librarian, Library

        PATRICIA A. COATES, Assistant to Director International Education, International Education, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        LEE J. COHEN, Head Trainer, Physical Education and Sport, MS, University of Arizona

        D. LYNNE CONRADT, Director of Advancement Services, College Advancement, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        THERESA CONROY, Affirmative Action Officer, J.D.

        DANIEL DESTAFANO, Admissions Advisor, Admissions

        ROBERT H. DICARLO, Senior Associate - Career Services, Career Services, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        BRIAN K. DICKINSON, Ice Hockey Coach & Ice Rink Manager, Campus Recreation, MS, United States Sports Academy

        WILLIAM DILLON, Asst. Director of Campus Safety, Public Safety

        RAY DI PASQUALE, VP Enrollment Management

        *COLLEEN DONALDSON, Grants Development Director, VP Academic Affairs, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        PETER N. DOWE, Assistant College Registrar, Registration and Records, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JAMES C. DUSEN, Manager Photographic Services, Design and Production, AAS, Monroe Community College

        DIANE ELLIOTT, Interim Dean of Professions, Professions, EdD, University of Rochester

        CARLTON A. ELLIS, Senior Programmer Analyst, Administrative Computing, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MICHAEL P. ELPHICK, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        SHAWN C. ESWORTHY, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, MS, Syracuse University

        LINDA K. FITZGERALD, Academic Advisement Assistant, Academic Advisement, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        TIMOTHY J. FLANAGAN, Vice President Academic Affairs, Ph.D., SUNY College at Albany

        P. MICHAEL FOX, Assistant Vice President for Undergraduate Education, VP Academic Affairs, PhD, University of Illinois-Urbana

        *JOSEPH S. FRANEK JR., Director Residential Life, Residential Life, MA, University of Connecticut

        LAURIE FREEMAN, Staff Assistant, Bursar

        NORMAN J. FRISCH, Manager Graphic Design, Design and Production, BFA, Rochester Institute of Technology

        CRAIG W. GALLAGHER, Coordinator Veterans Affairs, Financial Aid Office, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARY ANN F. GIGLIO, Program Coordinator, Student Learning Center, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARY GIGLIOTTI, Asst. Librarian, M.L.S., SUNY College at Geneseo

        RACHEL R. GRANT, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, BA, SUNY College at Brockport

        JOANNE A. GREENE, Social Work, MSW, SUNY at Buffalo

        JEANNE M. GRINNAN, Senior Staff Assistant, English, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        KATHLEEN H. GROVES, Assistant Director Non-credit Program, Continuing Education Distance Learning, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        KAREN HAND, Staff Assistant, Career Services

        RICHARD E. HART, Assistant Instructional Resources, Facilities-Media Services, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        PATRICIA A. HAUST, Assistant to Dean, Professions, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        SUSAN C. HAWKES, College Events Coordinator, MS, SUNY College at Cortland

        HEATHER HAYNES, Web Content Manager, Administrative Computing, BS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        CRAIG G. HAZEN, Financial Aid Associate, Financial Aid Office, BA, Alfred University

        *DONA HAZEN, Purchase Associate, Purchasing

        THOMAS J. HERNANDEZ, Assistant Director & Assistant Professor, Counseling Center, EdD, University of Rochester

        KIM U. HEYWARD, Purchasing Assistant, Purchasing, AAS, Bryant & Stratton Business Institute

        MARK F. HILLMAN, Staff Assistant, Facilities-Administration, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        SUSAN HOFFMAN, Assistant Athletic Director, Athletics, MA, Ohio State University

        *TERRIN L. HOVER, Director College-wide Events, VP Student Affairs, MS, SUNY at Albany H.

        LARRY HUMM, Associate Director - Registrar, Registration and Records, MS, Carnegie Institute of Technology

        NANCY S. IAFRATI, Senior Staff Assistant, Student Health Center, MS, University of Rochester

        SANDRA M. JOHNSTON, Staff Assistant, Registration and Records, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MANMADHARAD KASARANEI, College Physician, Student health Center

        STEVEN K. KAST, Senior Admissions Advisor, Admissions, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        ROBERT J. KEHOE, Director Campus Public Safety, Public Safety, MA, Sam Houston State University

        GREGORY A. KENNEY, Instructional Support Associate, Physical Education and Sport, EdD, SUNY at Buffalo

        GREGORY H. KETCHUM, Dance Musician, Dance, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MATHEW E. KIRSCH, Programmer Analyst, Academic Computing Services, BS, SUNY Technology at Alfred

        CYNTHIA K. KOHLMAN, Senior Financial Aid Advisor, Financial Aid Office, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        WARREN R. KOZIRESKI, WBSU Station Manager, Student Activities, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        EDWARD J. KUMAR, Vice President Administrative Services, VP Administrative Services, PhD, SUNY at Buffalo

        RICHARD C. LAIR, Assistant Director, Facilities-Administration, BS, Rutgers University

        DAWN M. LEE, Instructional Support Assistant, Chemistry-Physics, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        BARBARA LeSAVOY, Counselor, EOP, EDM, Boston University

        JOHNIE K. LITTLE, Counselor, EOP, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        PATRICIA H. LOVE, Budget Coordinator, Athletics, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        KURT J. LUDWIG, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, MA, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

        GERALD LUZUM, Assistant Vice President Facilities and Planning, Facilities-Administration, MS, University of Rochester

        RAJ MADAN, Dean Academic Information Services & Director Library, Library, MLS, Rutgers University

        FRANK MANCINI, AV Distribution Technician, Facilities-Media Services, BA, University of Notre Dame

        NICHOLAS C. MASCARI, Marketing Communications Manager, Marketing Communications, BA, Rollins College

        DIANE MAURER, Director Field Experience, Education and Human Development, MEd, SUNY at Buffalo

        CAROLYN MCBRIDE, Associate Librarian, Library

        FREIDA D. McCRAY, Assistant for MetroCenter Liaison, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        STEVEN C. McMASTER, Senior Programmer Analyst, Administrative Computing, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        RICHARD D. MEADE, Director Human Resources, Personnel, MS, SUNY at Albany

        SANDRA H. MEADE, Academic Advisor, Academic Advisement, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        HEIDI M. MELENS, Staff Assistant, Institutional Research

        KARLA LINN MERRIFIELD, Director, Marketing Communications, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        MICHAEL M. MILITELLO, Athletic Trainer & Instructor, Physical Education and Sport, MS, Indiana State University

        GREGORY J. MINTZ, Residence Hall Director, Residential Life, MA, SUNY College at Buffalo

        RANDOLPH C. MOREDOCK, Senior Counselor, Counseling Center, PhD, University of North Dakota

        RICHARD G. MORRISON, Data Communications Specialist, Technology Support Services, AS, Bryant & Stratton Business Institute

        GARY T. MUSANTE, Technical Director, Theatre, MFA, University of Michigan

        *THOMAS A. NUGENT, Associate Director, Academic Advisement, MS, Pennsylvania State University

        NANCY H. O'CONNOR, Lead Programmer Analyst, Administrative Computing, BET, Rochester Institute of Technology

        KAREN E. O'TOOLE, Clinical Coordinator, Student Health Center, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        JULIAN ORTIZ, Admissions Advisor, Admissions, BA, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARY JO ORZECH, Director Academic Computing Services, Academic Computing Services, PhD, Pennsylvania State University

        GARY O. OWENS, Senior Counselor, EOP, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        SUSAN L. PARRINO, Director, Alumni Relations, College Advancement, MA, Bowling Green State University

        ANNE H. PARSONS, Computing Resources Manager, Academic Computing Services, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JOHN J. PERRY, Dean Continuing Education & Director International Education, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, PhD, University of Pennsylvania

        KAREN M. PODSIADLY, Assistant Director for Program Services, Student Activities, MS, Western Illinois University

        JEFFREY D. POST, Director Budget & Post Award Activities, Budget, Planning & Inst Res, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        MOLLY PRASHER, Assistant to Campus Recreation Director, Campus Recreation, MS, Illinois State University

        DANIEL RAIMONDO, Director Student Activities & Campus Life, Ph.D.

        SUSAN H. REYNOLDS, Assistant Director Campus Recreation, Campus Recreation, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        DENNIS K. ROACH, Director Corporate Learning, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, MPA, Golden Gate University

        PAUL A. ROBINSON, Operations Manager, Administrative Computing, AAS, Bryant & Stratton Business Institute

        EILEEN ROSE, Assistant to the President, Office of the President

        THOMAS E. ROSIA, Associate Director Residential Life, Residential Life, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        CHRISTINE S. ROSICZKOWSKI, Associate Employer Relations, Career Services, MS, Alfred University

        BETSY L. ROSSER, Assistant Director Residential Life, Residential Life, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARK W. ROWLAND, Assistant Director & Baseball Coach, Athletics, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JANINE RUSSELL, Counselor, Counseling Center

        JOHN SAPIENZA, Assistant Director Annual Fund & Events, College Advancement, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        DANIEL R. SARGENT, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        *MARION D. SCHRANK, Vice President Student Affairs, VP Student Affairs, PhD, SUNY College at Buffalo

        BRADLEY C. SCHREIBER, Director of Development, College Advancement, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        CAROLYN SCHUBEL, Staff Assistant, Student health Center

        KAREN M. SCHUHLE-WILLIAMS, Assistant Director for Distance Learning, Continuing Education-Distance Learning, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        QING H. SHULER, Programmer Analyst, Administrative Computing, MS, University of Wyoming

        DENISE A. SINCLAIR, Senior Academic Advisor, Academic Advisement, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        RICKY T. SMITH, PC Communications Supervisor, Technology Support Services, BS, SUNY Institute of Technology at Utica

        LOUIS M. SPIRO, Assistant Vice President Budget, Planning & Inst Res, Budget, Planning & Inst Res, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        CINDY STANTON, Staff Assistant, Institutional Research

        GREGORY J. STEPHANY, Staff Assistant, International Education, MALS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JANICE O. STEWART, Assistant College Registrar, Registration and Records, BA, Wells College

        DAVID R. STRASENBURGH, Manager of Technology Support Services, Technology Support Services, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        LINDA P. SWEETING, Director Development Relations & Research, College Advancement, BS, SUNY College at Brockport

        GEORGE L. TODD, Staff Associate, Residential Life, MPA, SUNY College at Brockport

        GEORGE P. TOTH, Director, Career Services, PhD, Pennsylvania State University

        GREGORY TOTH, Sr. Asst. Librarian, Library

        PAUL J. TRACY, Interactive Telecommunications Manager, Interactive Telecommunications, BS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        DONALD P. TREMBLAY JR., Associate Technology Services, Technology Support Services, MA, SUNY College at Brockport

        CHRISTIAN TUCKER, Production Director, Dance, MA, Ball State University

        CLAIRE VANDENBERGHE, Director, Institutional Research, MBA

        BRUCE A. VAN HISE, Executive Director Development & Alumni Affairs, College Advancement, MBA, Rochester Institute of Technology

        VIVIAN L. VANDERZELL, Disabled Student Coordinator, Cultural Center, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        *JAMES E. VETUSKEY, Assistant Vice President Student Financial Services, Bursar, BS, SUNY at Albany

        BRIAN J. VOLKMAR, Senior Programmer Analyst, Academic Computing Services, BA, SUNY College at Brockport

        JULIE WASH, Asst. Librarian, Library

        *ROGER M. WEIR, Director Academic Services, VP Student Affairs, EdD, University of Rochester

        JAMES P. WHITE, Counselor, Small Business Development Center, BS, Daemen College

        JONATHAN WHITE, Staff Assistant, Interactive Telecommunications

        NELSON E. WHITMORE, JR., Assistant Athletic Director & Assistant Men's Basketball, Athletics, MS, United States Sports Academy

        SUSAN M. WIELGOSZ, Athletic Trainer & Clinical Instructor, Physical Education and Sport, MS, Indiana State University

        PAUL YU, PRESIDENT, Office of the President, PhD, University of Michigan

        Professional Staff of the Educational Opportunity Center

        LAURIE L. ADAMS-WEINMAN, Senior Counselor, EOC Student Services, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        E. ANDERSON, Sr. Staff Assistant, EOC Computer Services

        TYRONE ANDERSON, Counselor, EOC Student Services

        MARIA AUGUSTINE, Sr. Staff Assistant, EOC Administration

        KEVIN BEDARD, Restaurant General Manager, EOC Restaurant Skills, MS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        MELVA L. BROWN, Director & Dean of EOC, EOC Administration, Ph.D, Miami University of Ohio

        SHARON CREWS-PERKINS, Counselor, EOC Student Services, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        JOSEPH CROCKETT, Sr. Staff Associate, EOC Administration

        LISA S. GERST, Counselor, Assistant Registrar, EOC Registrar, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARC GOLDFISCHER, Marketing & Employee Relations Specialist, EOC Employment Services, BA, SUNY College at Brockport

        SHERYL GONZALEZ, Sr. Staff Assistant, EOC Educational Outreach

        MAXINE C. GOODEN, Staff Assistant, EOC Administration, BA, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARY GREELY-MILLER, Senior Staff Associate, EOC Student Services, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        JOHNETTA C. GREEN, Senior Counselor, EOC Admissions, MS, SUNY College at Brockport

        MILLADGE E. GRIFFIN III, College Recruiter, EOC Educational Outreach, BA, SUNY College at Geneseo

        CHERYL A. LATTIMORE, Sr. Counselor, EOC Nursing, MS, Tuskegee University

        GARY R. LEVINE, Director, Business Affairs, EOC Administration, BS, Rochester Institute of Technology

        GARY MANUSE, Staff Assistant, EOC Administration

        NILSA N. MARTINEZ, EOC Student Services, BS, SUNY Empire State College

        SYLVIA A. PAUL, Director, Community Relations, EOC Administration, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        VALJEANNE T. REESE, Senior Admissions Advisor, EOC Admissions, MSEd, SUNY College at Brockport

        MARY C. RIZZO, Associate Counselor, EOC Student Services, BA, SUNY College at Buffalo

        HELEN H. SAUNDERS, Career Planning & Development Assistant, EOC Admissions, BA, Livingstone College

        VIRGINIA SERRANO, Instructional Support Assistant, EOC Cosmetology

        JAMES A. TAGLIAMONTE, Senior Counselor, EOC Student Services, MA, University of Notre Dame

        KAREN K. WALTER Librarian & Instructional Support Specialist, EOC Library, MSLS, Syracuse University




        State University of New York

        The State University of New York's 64 geographically dispersed campuses bring educational opportunity within commuting distance of virtually all New York state residents. The campuses comprise the nation's largest centrally managed system of public higher education.

        When founded in 1948, the university consolidated 29 state-operated, but unaffiliated, institutions into the SUNY System. In response to need, the university system has grown to a point where its impact is felt educationally, culturally and economically the length and breadth of the state.

        More than 403,000 students pursue traditional study in classrooms or work at home, at their own pace, through such innovative institutions as Empire State College, whose students follow individualized and often non-traditional paths to a degree. Of the total enrollment, about 36 percent of the students are 25 years or older, reflecting SUNY's services to specific constituencies, such as refresher courses for the professional community, continuing educational 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. Examples of these efforts include: special training courses for local government personnel, state civil service personnel and the unemployed, participation by campus personnel in joint community 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, social 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 concentrations 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 System'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 associate 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 technicians in a wide variety of occupational curriculums; providing transfer options to students who wish to go on and earn advanced degrees; and providing 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 majority 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 determines 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."




        SUNY College at Brockport's A Better Community Statement

        As members of the State University of New York College at Brockport, we choose to be a part of an academic community that is dedicated to principles that foster integrity, civility and justice.

        As citizens of a broad and pluralist society, we encourage those of all cultures, orientations and backgrounds to educate, understand and respect one another in a safe environment.

        * We respect the dignity of all persons and assume the best about them.

        * We challenge and reject all forms of bigotry while striving to learn from each other's differences.

        * We celebrate our differences while appreciating our similarities.

        * We value an inclusive environment that is accepting of each other's cultural, physical, cognitive, social and professional differences.

        * We respect the rights of each and every member of the community, regardless of race, ethnicity, national origin, religion, age, gender, sexual orientation, medical condition, disability or socioeconomic status.

        * We realize that our common interests exceed our individual differences.

        As members of this College community, we strive for academic and personal excellence that will enable us to achieve lives of productive work, personal enrichment and useful citizenship in an increasingly interdependent world.

        * We invite the exploration of new ideas that can stretch us beyond artificial barriers that are academic, political or social.

        * We affirm that the well-being of our individual units, groups, organizations or disciplines cannot be separated from the overall College community.

        * We, as members of smaller groups on campus, respect and affirm the transcendent values and principles of the overall College community.

        * We uphold the right of each individual to pursue his or her intellectual, educational, professional and personal goals in a fair and encouraging environment.

        As individuals who work, study or live in this College community, we affirm our rights to freedom of expression and association, and the belief that they must be exercised responsibly.

        * We value the right to due process which includes concepts of fairness, notice, opportunity to be heard, and timely and objective review of determinations.

        * We acknowledge that free speech, debate and discourse are necessary to achieve an examined life.

        * We acknowledge that the essence of academic freedom is the free and open expression and exchange of ideas, even when controversial or unconventional.

        * We affirm that the dignity of our Brockport community is protected when free speech, academic freedom and individual rights are expressed only with responsible and careful regard for the feelings and sensitivities of others.

        The spirit of building a better community is best served when the ideals of integrity, civility and justice are expressed and debated with tolerance and good will.




        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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