Friedman Wins Fulbright Specialist Grant to Germany

Friedman Wins Fulbright Specialist Grant to Germany

Marketing and management faculty member Barry A. Friedman, an accomplished researcher who specializes in organizational behavior and human resource management, recently won a Fulbright Specialist grant to teach this summer at a business school in Germany. Friedman served for a month with the Hamburg School of Business Admin­istration, teaching a business ethics and corporate social

Governor Names Jerald Woolfolk to Heroin Task Force

Governor Names Jerald Woolfolk to Heroin Task Force

Jerald Woolfolk, vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, is one of 23 professionals named to a statewide heroin task force charged with creating a comprehensive plan to combat the heroin and opioid epidemic in New York. Gov. Andrew M. Cuomo launched the task force in May to identify ways to expand awareness of

University Police Earns State Accreditation

University Police Earns State Accreditation

University Police at SUNY Oswego attained state accreditation in March, an achievement that marks it as one of only 10 departments in the State University system and fewer than 150 police agencies of all kinds statewide to meet scores of exacting standards of professionalism. The state Law Enforcement Accreditation Council provided formal recognition that University

Paid-Vacations Study Sharpens Student Research Skills

Paid-Vacations Study Sharpens Student Research Skills

Undergraduate biochemistry majors Iain Thompson ’16 (left) and Tatiana Gregory ’17 work on separating peripheral blood mononuclear cells from human blood samples. They were mentored by chemistry faculty member Kestas Bendinskas during this spring semester on a portion of a grant commissioned by Project: Time Off to explore physiological, as well as psychological, effects of

Snapshots: Faculty Research, Creative Works and Recognitions

Snapshots: Faculty Research, Creative Works and Recognitions

Sociology professor Tim Delaney, founder of the college’s annual observance of National Sportsmanship Day, edited a new cross-disciplinary book, Sportsmanship: Multidisciplinary Perspectives (McFarland & Co., 2016). Through years of research and consolidating lessons learned from rampages in schools, movie theaters and malls, Jaclyn Schildkraut of Oswego’s public justice faculty co-authored with H. Jaymi Elsass of

Walter Roettger Named Acting Academic Vice President

Walter Roettger Named Acting Academic Vice President

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley appointed Dr. Walter Roettger as acting provost and vice president for academic affairs. He began in the position in February. As the college’s chief academic officer, Roettger is responsible for leadership of all instructional and academic programs across the college, including Oswego’s College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, School

Campus Hosts 2016 SUNY-Wide Film Festival

Campus Hosts 2016 SUNY-Wide Film Festival

Among the SUNY Oswego students who crewed a film that documented the 2016 SUNY-Wide Film Festival on April 8 and 9 are (from left) Issack Cintron ’17, Garvin Wells ’16, Max Fehr ’16, James Snover ’16 and Matt Soffietti ’16. They represent festival director Joshua Adams and his 38-student class on “Film Festivals History and

Sheldon Ballroom Renovations Modernize a Historic Space

Sheldon Ballroom Renovations Modernize a Historic Space

Renovations to the Sheldon Hall ballroom improved the sight, sound and appearance of this historic space. A new projector, screen, speakers, control panels, stage lights and an induction loop for the hearing impaired all enhance the audiovisual experience for guests at the ballroom’s many campus events and public performances. The new 10,000-lumen projector and 16-by-10-foot

Rice Creek Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Rice Creek Associates

Rice Creek Celebrates 30th Anniversary of Rice Creek Associates

Citizen support group Rice Creek Associates celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala open house on March 13, at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station. Mike Holy M’84, president of the group that seeks to sustain and advance the field station as a living laboratory, presented. There were trail walks, games for children, and a

New Fund Supports Students in Computing Club

New Fund Supports Students in Computing Club

When Lori Newman Cohen ’79 entered the computing world, most of her work involved automation—creating pro­grams to help computerize previously paperbound processes. Today, she focuses on business intelligence and data warehousing, or using information to improve a business’s service and bottom line. “Data analytics is empowering,” said Cohen, head of data and analytics at New