Sharing Your SUNYLA Kodak Moments

June 14, 2010

Please share your SUNYLA Kodak Moments, aka photographs, by tagging them in Flickr with sunyla2010. More information on tagging in Flickr is available here.

Drake Library’s Flickr page is found at

If you would like to learn more about Rochester’s connection to Photography, check out the world’s oldest photography museum, the George Eastman International Museum of Photography and Film on East Avenue, in Rochester.


Conference Program

June 12, 2010

The SUNYLA 2010 Program is now available. Because of our green initiatives, the full program will only be online. At check-in you will receive pages 1-6 and there will be packets of session descriptions available; however, we’re hoping that you’ll either save the file electronically or share any paper copies with friends.

Questions for the Chancellor?

June 9, 2010
Chancellor Zimpher will be joining us via video during the plenary session on Thursday morning (8:45 – 10am).  Due to the time constraints, we are accepting questions for the chancellor ahead of time.  Please provide your name, cell phone number, and question in the form below. We will contact you by Wednesday, June 16th at 9pm. You must agree to sit in the front of the auditorium to limit travel time.  You must be present to ask your question.

Google Form

Conference Calendar

June 9, 2010

Below are links to the Conference Google Calendar with Session listings and tentative room assignments.

Standard Google Calendar Link:

Link for importing the entire SUNYLA 2010 session calendar into any iCal supported application:

Make Your Own Diversion

May 17, 2010

The Greater Rochester and Fingerlakes regions are culturally diverse and full of exciting places to explore.   Here is a sampling of ideas to help spark your own unique diversion.
Check the map below for locations.


Susan B. Anthony House

Strong National Museum of Play & Toy Hall of Fame

Rochester Museum and Science Center with Strasenburg Planetarium

Memorial Art Gallery

Eastman House & International Museum of Film and Photography

JELL-O Gallery

Charlotte-Genesee Lighthouse


Maplewood Park & Rose Garden

Eastman House Gardens

Lamberton Conservatory at Highland Park

Warner Castle & Sunken Garden near Highland Park

Sonnenberg Gardens


Highland Park

Northampton Park

Canal Towpath

Mendon Ponds Park

Hamlin Beach State Park

Ontario Beach Park & Denzel Carousel

Other Amusements:

Springdale Farm

Seneca Park Zoo

SeaBreeze Amusement Park

Shopping Destinations:

Main Street Brockport

Marketplace Mall (includes Lands End Inlet)


Fingerlakes Wineries

Registration is Now Open

May 3, 2010

Conference registration is now open.  Go to and choose your registration type.

Registration will close on Friday, May 21st at 5pm.

Spaces in the townhomes may be limited, so register early!  If you have any questions or issues with registration, feel free to contact me at, or 585-395-2568.

Please print your confirmation page.  You will need your Conference Confirmation Number if you need to modify your registration.

Presenters need to register as well.  For questions about waivers, see Guidelines for SUNYLA Annual Conference Expenses.

Estimated Conference Costs

April 12, 2010

As registration comes closer to opening up, I thought I’d provide everyone with estimates of registration and housing costs for June 16-18, 2010 at Brockport:

  • Conference Registration will most likely be somewhere around $40-$50 for members and $80-$90 for non-members
  • On-campus housing will be available for $40/night (in air conditioned townhouses, single occupancy only)
  • The Thursday night dinner and entertainment will be around $30

Conference registration includes two breakfasts (Thursday & Friday), one lunch (Thursday) and one dinner (Wednesday).  Lunch will be available Wednesday and Friday for $9 each.

These prices are estimates, and the final cost may be above or below what is listed; however, we will do our best to make sure that costs remain within the ranges that are listed here.