Two of our bloggers, seniors Derick Abbey and NancyLea Illsley, began their Brockport journeys a couple years after the majority of their classmates, when they transferred in from other colleges. Here, they offer their perspectives on making that adjustment — and why they’re glad they did. How easy did you feel it was to adjust … Continue reading Transfer Student Q&A
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Kayla Green—As finals week begins and winter break becomes so close I can feel it, I find myself reflecting back on my semester. This has been a pivotal and emotional roller coaster of a semester for me, and in the end I have learned a lot about myself. Without getting into every detail, I took … Continue reading The Best Advice I’ve Received: It’s Not About the Setback, But the Comeback
On Monday, November 20, the Winging It blog crew will be documenting the details of their entire day on Twitter using #bportlife. Follow the hashtag and use it (or the comments here) to send them your questions. We'll be compiling some of the content here on the blog, too. It’s your inside look at a … Continue reading Follow the bloggers around on Monday!
Former Winging It blogger Jim Mignano graduated from Brockport in December 2013 and works as a senior account executive at Text100’s Rochester office. An active member of the Public Relations Society of America's Rochester chapter (PRSA Rochester), he was recently honored with its Rising Star Award, which, as defined by the organization, "recognizes a public … Continue reading Alumnus Jim Mignano’s “Rising” PR Career Launched at Brockport
Four years went far too quickly.
We're at it again! Throughout the entire day on Monday, November 14, the bloggers will share the details of their day on Twitter using #bportlife. Follow the hashtag and use it to send them your questions and comments. It’s your inside look at a day in the life of Brockport students. What do you want … Continue reading A Day in the Life of Brockport Students: Monday, November 14
Marie Fischer—When I left high school, one of my biggest fears was that I would never be able to relate to my teachers like I did in high school. My classes were going to be bigger, and the amount of time in which I could just walk into their room was going to be shortened. … Continue reading Professors: Friend or Foe?