Commencement Speakers Include Honorary Degree Recipient John McHugh

Commencement Speakers Include Honorary Degree Recipient John McHugh

Former U.S. Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh received an honorary Doctor of Laws from the State University of New York on May 14 at SUNY Oswego’s 155th Commencement ceremony before delivering his address to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates. Melanie Littlejohn, National Grid’s regional executive director for Upstate New York,

Extended Learning Programs to Relocate from Phoenix Site

Extended Learning Programs to Relocate from Phoenix Site

The college’s Division of Extended Learning completed spring semester classes and other activities at its leased building in Phoenix, N.Y., then shifted people and programs to the college’s main campus and the branch campus in Syracuse earlier this summer. CiTi—the Center for Instruction, Technology and Innovation, formerly known as Oswego County BOCES—is taking over the

March Matchness Ends in a Win All-Around

March Matchness Ends in a Win All-Around

SUNY Oswego’s newest graduates came out strong in support of their alma mater during the 2016 March Matchness Graduates Of the Last Decade (GOLD) fundraising challenge. The Class of 2015 earned bragging rights as the class with the highest number of members (63 donors) making a gift to the college during March. The Class of

Alumna Teacher Honors Parents, Her Profession with New Scholarship

Alumna Teacher Honors Parents, Her Profession with New Scholarship

For retired teacher Virginia “Ginny” Menera Trevor ’65, education, she has learned, often provides structure and stability to a child’s life. “When you have students—especially who come from different backgrounds—it is important that they know what to expect when they come to school each day,” she said. “Offering that security and experiencing ‘aha’ moments made

Program Maps Alternative Routes to High School Diplomas

Program Maps Alternative Routes to High School Diplomas

SUNY Oswego students Harry Kandaras ’16 (standing) and Justin D’Antonio ’16 M’18 (second from left) work with high school sophomores Zachary Cronk (left) and Brandon Dobbs in an alternative learning initiative in Wilber Hall. The CARE—Credit Accrual and Recovery for Everyone—program hosts 11 students in grades 9 to 12 who work one-on-one with a Center

Two Win Awards for Scholarship, Creativity

Two Win Awards for Scholarship, Creativity

Business faculty member Ashraf Attia, who studies cross-cultural and e-commerce marketing and many topics in sales-and-service, and music faculty member Robert Auler, who has performed globally and worked locally to raise the profile of the arts, have received the President’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.   Ashraf Attia A faculty mem­ber in the department of management

Alumna Delivers Honors Convocation Keynote

Alumna Delivers Honors Convocation Keynote

Jennifer Shropshire ’86, Oswego Alumni Association board member and past president and a principal at Edward F. Swenson & Associates Inc. in Philadelphia, extended her congratulations to students and shared her thoughts on leadership, diversity and inclusion during the annual Honors Convocation ceremony April 15 in the Marano Campus Center convocation arena. She challenged the

Two Graduates Receive 2016 OAA Outstanding Senior Award

Two Graduates Receive 2016 OAA Outstanding Senior Award

The SUNY Oswego Alumni Association selected Eric M. Flagg ’16 and Darlene Le ’16 as winners of the 2016 Outstanding Senior Award. They were recognized during the Commencement Eve Torchlight Dinner and Ceremony on May 13 in the Marano Campus Center. The two graduating seniors were sel­ec­ted from approximately 40 exceptional nom­inees for their academic

New Campus-Based Video Production Company Gives Students Experience

New Campus-Based Video Production Company Gives Students Experience

Lakeside Media@SUNY Oswego launched as a student-staffed, faculty-mentored video production business, complete with professional responsibilities that include everything from on-time delivery of high-quality video to bookkeeping. “It’s actually professional experience that these students will be getting, with faculty oversight,” said Julie Pretzat, dean of the School of Communication, Media and the Arts. “The work is

School of Business Earns 2016 ‘Best for Vets’ Ranking

School of Business Earns 2016 ‘Best for Vets’ Ranking

“Best for Vets: Business Schools,” a ranking compiled by Military Times publications, named SUNY Oswego’s School of Business to its list for 2016. Oswego came in at 47 among only 77 schools of business that made the list nationwide. Military Times considered only colleges and universities offering graduate business degrees. “We’re pleased that we made