Several national organizations have issued their college rankings, and SUNY Oswego continues to receive high praise for affordability, hands-on learning opportunities, green practices, student and graduate success, excellent faculty and academic programs. Here are some of the college’s most recent honors: Top 25 Ranking for Online MBA: The School of Business’ online master’s in business
AACSB International, the global accrediting body and membership association for business schools, announced Sept. 22 that SUNY Oswego graduates Robert Moritz ’85 of PricewaterhouseCoopers and Virginia Donohue ’88 of On Point for College have been recognized among its inaugural group of 100 Influential Leaders. “We are proud that Bob and Ginny have been selected among
It wasn’t long after an adventurous Linda Schultheis Crawford ’60 earned a degree in education that she boarded an airplane for Chile. Tasked with teaching children in a small mining village in the desert region of northern Chile, her journey covered many legs of difficult rural travel that concluded in front of a desolate house.
For Jennifer Thompson Jackson ’94, the process of writing books is “only one piece of [her] own artistic puzzle.” “There’s no one right way to be a writer,” Jackson told more than 100 attendees at an Artswego Living Writers Series public event on Sept. 9. She returned to campus through the Oswego Alumni Association’s Alumni-In-Residence
Noted theatre voice and speech specialist Barry Kur ’74 spoke in classes in the college’s lab theatre in Hewitt Union on Aug. 28. A professor emeritus of theatre at Penn State, Kur is a master teacher of Lessac training for improved voice and body work and director of certification of the Lessac Training and Research
Three decades after she installed her vivid mosaic on the south face of Penfield Library, Suzanne Gaffney Beason ’84 returned to freshen it this summer. Beason, who was amazed to see how well her creation held up, came back to campus to pursue a master’s degree in art, building on a career that has included
When Robert Hartranft ’64 offered to help coach baseball at the Farmingdale (N.Y.) public school district back in 1967, he was handed a lacrosse stick. “They told me when a position opened up with baseball, they’d let me know,” Hartranft said. A self-proclaimed “baseball and basketball kind of guy,” Hartranft had never played lacrosse. But
Kyle Crowell ’14 and Ryan Farmer ’14 knew they needed to be in Los Angeles to pursue their mutual passion for filmmaking. Both studied cinema and screen studies at Oswego and collaborated frequently as students. So, a couple months after graduating, without any jobs or housing lined up, the duo drove from Upstate New York to