SUNY Oswego Receives More Than $1 Million to Support Degree Completion

SUNY Oswego Receives More Than $1 Million to Support Degree Completion

In the SUNY-wide competition for project grants from the SUNY Investment and Performance Fund, SUNY Oswego will receive $1,025,000 for two projects. One of Oswego’s winning projects, SUMS, focuses on helping students who encounter mathematics as a barrier to academic success, and the other, Start Now, partners with Jefferson Community College in Watertown, N.Y., to

Campus Currents: Events

Campus Currents: Events

Visit alumni.oswego.edu for complete listing. April 27 Alumni and Friends Event in Charlotte, N.C.* April 30 Field Hockey Alumni Reunion* May 6 Oswego College Foundation Board of Directors Meeting ** May 11 CNY Career Connections* May 13 Commencement Eve Torchlight Ceremony* May 19 Alumni and Friends Event in Albany, N.Y.* June 5 Theatre Alumni Reunion in New York

Beta Brothers Endow Scholarship, Earn Permanent Place on Campus

Beta Brothers Endow Scholarship, Earn Permanent Place on Campus

In 2015, a group of Beta Tau Epsilon brothers decided to establish an endowed scholarship at their alma mater. In doing so, they would support a current Greek student and—equally important—keep the name of their now disbanded fraternity alive on campus. To endow the scholarship, the group needed to raise $25,000, an ambitious goal for

SRC Establishes Endowed Scholarship Program for SUNY Oswego Business, Engineering Students

SRC Establishes Endowed Scholarship Program for SUNY Oswego Business, Engineering Students

SUNY Oswego will offer four new scholarships to Central New York students, thanks to the generosity of a Syracuse-based research and development company. SRC Inc., which develops solutions for customers in the defense, environment and intelligence industries, established the scholarships to support future STEM and business professionals and to acknowledge the role a vibrant workforce

College President Elected Chair-Elect of AASCU Board

College President Elected Chair-Elect of AASCU Board

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley was elected chair-elect of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities’ board of directors during the association’s annual meeting. She will serve as chair in 2017, succeeding Stephen M. Jordan, president of Metropolitan State University of Denver who became chair in fall 2015. Stanley recently completed a three-year

Pathfinder Bank Establishes Scholarship for SUNY Oswego Students with Financial Need

Pathfinder Bank Establishes Scholarship for SUNY Oswego Students with Financial Need

From sponsoring the annual showing of the holiday classic “It’s a Wonderful Life” at the Oswego Cinema 7 to providing loans to locally owned companies, Pathfinder Bank and its employees give time, leadership and financial resources to those organizations that help the region grow and thrive. “That’s why it’s so easy to be supportive of

STEM Student Retention Rises Thanks to NSF Grant, Campus Teamwork

STEM Student Retention Rises Thanks to NSF Grant, Campus Teamwork

A five-year National Science Foundation grant to increase retention of freshmen and sophomores in STEM (science, technology, engineering and mathematics) programs has succeeded beyond expectations in its first three years, fueling growth in peer-mentored labs, tutoring and math-in-context courses, among other support services. Jaclyn Lovell ’18 (right), a biochemistry major, works with Andrew McElwain of

Millennial Alumni Find a Home in Fast-Growing Tech Company

Millennial Alumni Find a Home in  Fast-Growing Tech Company

If you are offered a ride on a rocket ship, get on board. Christopher Loman ’08 did, and now he is vice president for operations at one of the fastest-growing software and online marketing companies. “Just get on board, and don’t worry about which seat,” Loman told current SUNY Oswego students. “Realize that the opportunities

Oswego Loves Our Donors

Oswego Loves Our Donors

On Feb. 12, the Oswego Alumni Association held its third annual Love a Donor Day, a celebration for students and campus members to express thanks to all the donors of the college and to learn about the role of philanthropy on campus. Students showed their appreciation through postcards that were mailed directly to some of the

Labs to Jobs Consortium Includes SUNY Oswego Biomedical Labs

Labs to Jobs Consortium Includes SUNY Oswego Biomedical Labs

The new SUNY Labs to Jobs Consortium will establish a “Smart Health” Biomedical and Health Informatics Research Lab and a Biomedical Instrumentation Teaching Lab for SUNY Oswego as well as provide additional equipment for the college’s Advanced Wireless Systems Research Center. The five-campus consortium, supported by $18 million from the fourth round of the NY