Oswego Educators Invited to Brazil’s National Education Conference

Brazil's National Education Conference.

Tania Ramalho, left, and Alfred Frederick of SUNY Oswego’s School of Education attended Brazil’s second National Conference on Education, held recently in that nation’s capital, Brasilia. Frederick contributed to the national discussion of education through his ongoing work with educators in Brazil. They were the only attendees from the United States at the conference.

Passion Project Has High Hopes for World’s Fair Pavilion

Matt Silva '07

Modern Ruin: A World’s Fair Pavilion tells the story of one of the last forgotten remnants of the 1964-65 New York World’s Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York. The documentary film, conceptualized and created by Matt Silva ’07, about the remains of renowned architect Philip Johnson’s World’s Fair Pavilion, came to campus for a pre-screening

Alumnus Jay Beberman ’89 Helps Two Students Attend Bloomberg Sports Summit

Jay Beberman ’89 (center) helped bring Gabriela Santos ’15 and Joshua Kay ’15 to the 2014 Bloomberg Sports Summit in New York City.

Two SUNY Oswego students attended the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit Sept. 4 in New York City, with the help of Managing Editor of Sports at Bloomberg Jay Beberman ’89. Beberman, one of Oswego’s generous and supportive alumni, covered the costs for Gabriela Santos ’15 and Joshua Kay ’15 to attend the annual conference that brings

SUNY Oswego Recognizes the 2014 Class of Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Athletic Hall of Fame Inductees

Seven former standout athletes at SUNY Oswego joined the ranks of 82 other accomplished individuals who have been voted into the college’s Athletic Hall of Fame. During a ceremony on Nov. 8, the college officially inducted into the Hall of Fame the following individuals: Mark Levine ’85, baseball Nancy S. Lobb ’83, women’s basketball and

ONE DAY: Countless Lives Transformed

WIth Passion and Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego

With Passion & Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego holds public launch on October 16, 2014 Every day, donors make a difference in the lives of SUNY Oswego students. Some gifts have a very tangible presence on campus—like a memorial bench in a scenic spot along Lake Ontario shores, a refurbished café for students to

Alumna’s Memories Revived on Broadway

Naida King Rasbury ’51 as a young girl on the stage.

As a 7-year-old girl in 1935, Naida King Rasbury ’51 made her Broadway debut in the classic American opera “Porgy and Bess.” Nearly 80 years later, she strode the red carpet on opening night for the Broadway revival that would later win the Tony Award. When she learned the 2012 revival was in the works,

Newsmaker – Corey Mitchell Sr. ’97

COREY MITCHELL SR. ’97

Educator Corey Mitchell Sr. ’97 shared his views on leadership in a feature article in the Sept. 7, 2014, issue of the Post-Standard/syracuse.com. Growing up on the south side of Syracuse, he described how his peers picked on him for doing well in school. However, his involvement with Boy Scouts helped him stay on track

SUNY Oswego Continues National ’Best Value’ Ranking

Princeton Review and USA Today have named SUNY Oswego one of 150 “Best Value” colleges and universities in the nation.

For the third consecutive year, the Princeton Review and USA Today have named SUNY Oswego one of 150 “Best Value” colleges and universities in the nation. The list of 75 public and 75 private institutions appears in the book The Best Value Colleges: The 150 Best-Buy Schools and What It Takes to Get In, published

Moody Honored for African-American Pop-Culture Research

Dr. David Moody

SUNY Oswego communication studies faculty member Dr. David Moody has received a national award for his work on African-American visual popular culture. Moody, who has taught since 2010 in the broadcasting and mass communication program, earned the Harry Shaw Award in April for outstanding contributions to the field of African-American popular-culture research at the annual