Kestutis Bendinskas of the chemistry department recently rose to editor of the American Journal of Undergraduate Research, a peer-reviewed, open-source publication for student scholarly and creative work in a wide variety of fields. Provost Lorrie Clemo accepted the role of first sponsor of the multinational journal on SUNY Oswego’s behalf. Joining Bendinskas on the independent
Visit alumni.oswego.edu/events for the most up-to-date event listing. February 7 Reunion 2015 Planning Committee Meeting* Week of February 23 Scottsdale, Arizona – Alumni & Friends Event* Week of February 23 Los Angeles, California – Alumni & Friends Event* Week of February 23 San Clemente, California – Alumni & Friends Event* Week of February 23 Laguna Beach, California – Alumni &
SUNY Oswego honored former University Police Chief Tom Ryan ’74 M’99 recently by dedicating the police communications center in honor of him and his wife, Lynda Ryan ’86. The Ryans, both Oswego alumni, are generous supporters of The Fund for Oswego. Tom Ryan’s legacy carries on in the officers who succeeded him since he retired
Sandy Woodman ’03 and Nicole Andersen ’05 shared their journey from undergraduate life to their current corporate level careers at Enterprise with students during Pizza with Professionals in September in King Alumni Hall. Pizza with Professionals gives students the opportunity to sit down with successful alumni and discuss what it’s like to enter the career world.
SUNY Oswego has teamed with SRC Inc. to deliver a customized MBA degree program to employees of the research and development company at its North Syracuse offices. More than 30 SRC employees began taking classes toward the master of business administration at SRC, from pre-MBA foundational courses to electives and core classes. “Recent enhancements to
Empire State Development has approved SUNY Oswego’s Start-Up NY campus plan. The college can now begin reviewing applications from businesses interested in partnering with the college in the Start-Up NY initiative. “Advancing our academic mission while creating jobs for our region is an exciting opportunity for our college, which is already an economic anchor in
This fall nearly 2,200 new students started classes at SUNY Oswego—more than 1 in 4 from traditionally underrepresented groups and the most in history from outside Central New York. About 1,420 freshmen with a mean high school GPA of 90 and average SAT of 1,100 and 750 transfer students enrolled, a large class but a