Dozens of SUNY Oswego students attended the fourth annual Future Oswego Leaders Conference (FOLC) in March. The conference featured student and alumni presenters who celebrated and encouraged leadership roles among SUNY Oswego students. Workshops informed students about resources and opportunities available on campus, such as the Compass and the Entrepreneurial Action by University Students club.
Media icon Charlie Rose of “CBS This Morning” and the “Charlie Rose” show on PBS will be awarded an honorary doctor of humane letters degree by the State University of New York on Thursday, Oct. 16, in conjunction with the 10th Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit at SUNY Oswego. Rose is a world-renowned journalist
Visit alumni.oswego.edu for complete listing. August 28 Oswego Day at the N.Y. State Fair* August 29 Green and Gold Day* October 3-4 Soccer Alumni Reunion* October 16-17 Fall Celebrations, including: Presentation of Honorary Doctorate to Charlie Rose, Media Icon 10th Annual Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit Schools, Alumni Association and College Foundation Board Meetings
Mix a love of hockey with an equal portion of business expertise and a heaping measure of respect for Laker Men’s Hockey Head Coach Ed Gosek ’83 M’01, and the result is a topnotch leadership development opportunity for an eager graduate student at SUNY Oswego. “What I like about hockey players is that they’re genuine,”
Through the Alumni-In-Residence (AIR) program, nine successful alumni returned to campus for a two-day School of Business Symposium Oct. 10-11. In classes, speakers addressed such topics as college activities, networking, landing the first job, excelling in an organization, job search strategies and current issues in the business world. Students received additional mentoring, resume critiques and
More than 130 students, alumni and faculty gathered Oct. 5, 2013, for networking and sharing during the SUNY Oswego Communications Studies alumni gathering, with Bill Shine ’85 as featured dinner speaker. The daylong event included a tour of the communications facilities, including Campus Center studios and Lanigan Hall, and an interactive alumni panel moderated by Louis A. Borrelli
A program sponsored by the Oswego Alumni Association and Career Services Office helps students make the sometimes intimidating transition from college to career. Recruiters, local experts, and Oswego alumni presented workshops to help more than 100 students forge a pathway to success. Keynote speaker Kevin Sutherland ’05, a member of the Graduates Of the Last Decade Leadership
SUNY Oswego graduate and Emmy award-winning news anchor Kendis Gibson ’94 shared his insight on life after Oswego for the “Voices of Diversity” program April 19. His visit was part of the Alumni-In-Residence, or A.I.R., program sponsored by the Oswego Alumni Association and supported by The Fund for Oswego. Voices of Diversity promotes awareness of minorities in the