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Scheduled Maintenance on IT Systems
SFC IT will be conducting scheduled maintenance on the following applications: Employee Directory, Daily Downloads, Digital Yearbook Archives, Net Price Calculator, Library Databases, Ellucian Colleague TEST, WebAdvisor TEST, Campus Logic Sandbox, Informer TEST, Synoptix, Ellucian Colleague LIVE, EAB, Akademos, Accommodate, Handshake, ADP, Raiser’s Edge, CourseLeaf, AdAstra, Everbridge, SFC Portal, OneLogin, Salesforce, SmarterMeasure, College2Success, Open Invoice, Informer Live, TouchNet, WebAdvisor (Production), Self Service, DocuWare, CampusLogic (Production), Canvas Import, YuJa, Respondus, RoboRegistrar, KACE, Mathematica, SPSS.

The maintenance is scheduled to take place on the following days: June 21, June 22, July 11, July 13, August 1, August 3, August 16, and August 17. If you experience any problems accessing any of these applications during these dates, please understand the application may be down for migration. SFC IT will be sending out notifications when systems are back online. Thank you for your support and patience during this process.


Faculty | Assistant Professor

Brian C. Gregory

Contact Information

[email protected]
Office: 718.489.5435
Room 7319


B.A., James Madison University
M.A., Teachers College, Columbia University
Ed.D., Teachers College, Columbia University

Brian Gregory is an Assistant Professor of Communication Arts and earned his doctorate from Teachers College, Columbia University. He wrote his dissertation on the history of mediated sound technologies (the player-piano, the phonograph, and the radio) in American education in the early twentieth century and their connection to the larger movement for media literacy and the education of the critical consumer-citizen.

Dr. Gregory’s research interests include radio production and history, sound studies, and technologies in education and society. He has an article forthcoming (Oct. 2016) in the Journal of Radio & Audio Media called “Educational Radio, Listening Instruction, and the NBC Music Appreciation Hour”.

Dr. Gregory is passionate about utilizing instructional technologies to promote active learning and differentiated instruction with students. He has experience with video, sound, multimedia, and accessibility technologies, learning management systems, and digital assessment platforms. He also has more than 13 years of experience as an audio and video engineer, and producer in the music and film industries in NYC.

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Related Faculty

Senior Lecturer / Director of the Television Studio

David Gewirtz

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5327

Adjunct Professor

Kathryn Grant

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5227

Department Chairperson / Professor

Lynne Jackson

Communication Arts
[email protected]

Office: 718.489.5438

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