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Class of 1965 Scholarship

The Class of 1965 Scholarship recognizes a successful student from any major who demonstrates the potential for success in their chosen career. Applicants should be in their sophomore, junior, or senior years at The College at Brockport with at least two semesters...

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Class of 2012 Scholarship

The Class of 2012 recognizes an outstanding student annually with its Class of 2012 Scholarship. The recipient of the Class of 2012 Scholarship is a student who demonstrates a commitment to and potential for excellence. Applicants should apply before their senior...

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Class of ‘63 Teacher Education Scholarship

Members of The College at Brockport Class of 1963 established the Class of ’63 Teacher Education Scholarship to recognize an outstanding student who is or intends to become a member of the teacher certification program at Brockport. A large majority of the members of...

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Communication Award

Recognizing communication majors, this award honors either one junior or one senior for outstanding contributions to the department. The scholarship recognizes a department student, who as a junior has at least 12 academic hours completed at The College at Brockport...

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Computing Sciences Departmental Award

The Department of Computing Sciences established this award to recognize computing sciences majors who have exceptionally strong academic backgrounds in their majors. Candidates should have sophomore standing as a major in either computer science or in computer...

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Confer Plastics

Bob Confer ’96 After earning his undergraduate degree, Bob gained a sense of the professional world through his first position at his family business. Mr. Confer is the president of Confer Plastics, Inc. in North Tonawanda, a 3rd generation family owned and operated...

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COSAC Scholarship

President emeritus John E. Van de Wetering established the College Office Support Advisory Committee (COSAC) in 1984 to address the unique concerns of office support staff at The College at Brockport. COSAC’s primary responsibilities include providing suggestions for...

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CPT Robert A. Bager Memorial Scholarship

The family and friends of CPT Robert A. Bager ’02, a Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) member who earned a Bachelor of Science in History, established a scholarship to honor his memory. CPT Bager served in the US Army’s 1st Armored Division and 1st Cavalry...

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Cyril and Gertrude Stanton Hare Scholarship

Marguerite Hare Browne ’44 established this scholarship in 1989 to honor the memory of her parents Cyril Hare, Sr., (1897-1969) and Gertrude Stanton Hare (1899-1985). Mrs. Browne, an associate professor emerita and a member of the Brockport Alumni Association Hall of...

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Distinguished Professors Endowment for the Support of Graduate Education

A group of faculty members at The College at Brockport recognized with Distinguished Professor status established this award to support students enrolled in one of the graduate degree programs at the College. The vice provost in the Division of Academic Affairs will...

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Dolly Pike Nursing Scholarship

The Pike Family established the Dolly Pike Nursing Scholarship at The College at Brockport to recognize a student in the undergraduate nursing program who demonstrates financial need and a caring attitude. The scholarship honors the memory of Gertrude (Dolly) Pike, a...

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Donald, Betty and Kevin Day Scholarship

In 2014, Kevin Day established the Donald, Betty and Kevin Day Scholarship to acknowledge an outstanding student at The College at Brockport. Kevin Day was named an emeritus at Brockport when he retired in 2013 as senior programmer analyst. In addition to assisting...

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Donald J. and Julie McWherter Scholarship

Donald J. McWherter spent 35 years at The College at Brockport, rising from assistant professor in 1957 to full professor in 1972, and earning both Distinguished Professor status and a Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. He was elected to the Brockport...

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Douglas A. Feldman LGBTQ Paper Award

Dr. Douglas A. Feldman, professor emeritus of anthropology at The College at Brockport, established the LGBTQ paper award in his name to support the College’s diversity mission. He cited the College’s aspiration for creating a climate that affirms human dignity,...

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Dr. and Mrs. Herbert S. (Inez W.) Bailey Scholarship

A 1936 graduate of the Albany State Teachers College, Dr. Herbert S. Bailey taught high school mathematics before World War II. During the war, he was a communications and deck officer on the USS Naos. The ship delivered supplies and troops around the South Pacific,...

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Dr. Betty J. Watson Scholarship

Dr. Betty J. Watson ’46 endowed the scholarship in her name as a bequest to recognize outstanding students in the Department of Education and Human Development who are enrolled in the Adolescence Inclusive Teacher Certification program. Following her graduation from...

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Dr. Duane C. and Judith Rossiter Hellam ’61/’68 Nursing Scholarship

Judith Rossiter Hellam established the Dr. Duane C. and Judith Rossiter Hellam ‘61/’68 Nursing Scholarship to recognize a current full-time nursing student at The College at Brockport who demonstrates financial need. Mrs. Hellam retired from the classroom in 1983...

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Dr. Harold W. Nash and Lorraine Porter Nash Scholarship

Members of the Class of 1954, Dr. Harold W. Nash and Lorraine Porter Nash established their scholarship at The College at Brockport to recognize an outstanding student in the Teacher Education Program. Dr. Nash and Mrs. Porter Nash taught in various public schools,...

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Dr. Raye H. Conrad

Raye H. Conrad joined the faculty of The College at Brockport in 1945 as a professor of psychology in the General Education Program. He served as coordinator of field services, dean of students, director of elementary and secondary education, and dean for...

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Edmund and Tina Hundt Scholarship

Edmund and Tina Hundt came to the United States separately as children when their families immigrated from Germany. After Mr. Hundt served in the US Army, the couple moved to Brockport where they opened a local restaurant—Eddie’s Donut Shop—that quickly became a...

Edward J. Kumar Finance and Administration Scholarship

Edward J. Kumar Finance and Administration Scholarship

Edward J. Kumar, who retired in 2002 after a 34-year career in administrative services at The College at Brockport, served in various positions, including budget officer, director of purchasing, and controller, culminating in his appointment as vice president for...

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Edward M. Matejkovic Sport Management Scholarship

Former football coach and athletic director at The College at Brockport, Dr. Edward M. Matejkovic earned the record as the winningest coach in the school’s history when he left his position with the football team in 1994. Dr. Matejkovic came to Brockport in 1984 as...

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Edward O. Stephany Award

Dr. Edward O. Stephany joined the faculty of the Department of Mathematics at The College at Brockport in 1947 after more than five years of active duty with the Marine Corps during World War II. He taught at Brockport for 33 years, serving as chair of the math...

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Edwin S. Hall, Jr., Scholarship

Anthropologist Edwin J. Hall, Jr., served as member of the College’s Department of Anthropology from 1971 to 1992, and as an active researcher and author of books and publications on Native Americans of the northwest and Arctic Alaskan culture. Now retired, his...

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Elaine K. Miller Women and Gender Studies

Dr. Elaine K. Miller, an associate professor emerita in Foreign Languages and Cultures, established the scholarship in her name to recognize an outstanding student in the Department of Women and Gender Studies or in the Department of Modern Languages and Cultures at...

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Elaine Leshnower Scholarship in Social Equality

Elaine Leshnower ‘61/’98, longtime volunteer for The College at Brockport, has enjoyed careers in teaching, business, and politics. Having come to the College from New York City, she served as copy editor and managing editor of The Stylus and was on the College Union...

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Elizabeth More Bretton Scholarships

Established by the late Dr. Henry Bretton, University and Distinguished Professor of Political Science, to honor his daughter Elizabeth More Bretton, these scholarships enhance the quality and quantity of students at The College at Brockport who achieve admission to...

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Eric M. Steel International Scholarship

Dr. Eric M. Steel, first chair of the Department of Foreign Languages and Literature at The College at Brockport, launched the first Brockport-European Study Tours in 1953. He was a pioneer among SUNY professors in developing and offering credit-bearing study-abroad...

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Eric M. Steel Scholarship

Dr. Eric M. Steel had an appreciation for French language and culture. He earned his baccalaureate degree from the University of Caen in France, taught in Paris, and came to The College at Brockport as professor of French and English in 1942. At Brockport, he was the...

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Ernest C. Hartwell Memorial Award

Dr. Ernest C. Hartwell served as president of The College at Brockport from 1936 to 1944. He earned his degrees from the University of Michigan and taught and served as superintendent in several communities in that state before coming to Brockport. In the mid-1930s...