Writing Staff for SUNY Oswego's InFocus Graduate News Blog


InFocus Writing Staff

Liz Davis

Liz Davis, '10, graduated from the University of Connecticut with a bachelor's degree in psychology. Upon completion of her undergraduate degree, Liz worked in the insurance industry at The Hartford before returning to school for graduate education at SUNY Oswego in 2013. While completing her graduate studies in the program, Integrated Media and Social Networks, Liz served as the department graduate assistant, where she created and managed all social media platforms as well as wrote promotional material for the program.

Kaline Mulvihill

Kaline Mulvihill joined the division of graduate studies in May 2013 as the social media strategist. She is a recent graduate with bachelor degrees in journalism and anthropology. Her past experience includes writing for The Oswegonian and Her Campus: a collegiettes guide to life. Kaline also took the role of campus coordinator for Her Campus, a national online magazine, where she edited and uploaded content to the website. She has interned for College Prowler as the author of the SUNY Oswego guidebook for current and incoming students and for the Office of Public Relations at SUNY Oswego.

Kaline now works as the Social Media and Client Relations Manager for Michael Dehni + Co. in Boston, a marketing agency providing integrated marketing for healthcare practices.

Samantha Yeh

Samantha Yeh, '12, graduated from SUNY Oswego with a bachelor's degree in journalism and a minor in political science. Samantha served as part of the original team that founded InFocus, the graduate student news blog designed to share news about the dynamic graduate student community at SUNY Oswego. While at SUNY Oswego, Samantha worked as part of several media organizations including Graduate Studies, the Office of Public Affairs, The Oswegonian, Her Campus and WTOP.

Samantha now works as part of the community team at bitly, a link shortener and social intelligence platform in New York City. Samantha is currently working on her master's degree as a graduate student attending the Columbia Graduate School of Journalism.

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