SUNY Oswego in Partnership for Environmental Health Institute

SUNY Oswego in Partnership  for Environmental Health Institute

“Technology has tremendous potential to open the door to better public health and, at the same time, to create new, high-paying jobs in Central New York—which our colleges and universities will train students to fill.” — President Deborah F. Stanley Four Central New York SUNY institutions—the SUNY College of Environmental Science and Forestry (ESF), SUNY Oswego,

2014 Events

2014 Events

Visit alumni.oswego.edu for complete listing. January 25 Oswego State vs. Buffalo State Men’s Hockey Game & Reception* February 5 GOLD Success in the City: NYC* February 8 Reunion 2014 Planning Committee Meeting* February 12 GOLD Success in the City: Syracuse* February 19 GOLD Success in the City: Rochester* February 26 GOLD Success in the City: Boston* March 9 CNY Family & Friends at the MOST*

SUNY Oswego, OCC Host Visiting Fulbright Scholar

Paula Banerjee

Oswego and Onondaga Community College have been selected to host Fulbright Scholar-in-Residence Dr. Paula Banerjee. Banerjee is an associate professor of South and Southeast Asian studies at the University of Calcutta. She spent the fall semester at Oswego and will spend the spring 2014 semester at OCC. Banerjee is an expert in the areas of

Steinkraus Lecture Addresses ‘Ideals for Responsible Science’

Heather Douglas, Ph.D.

Dr. Heather Douglas of the University of Waterloo, Ontario, presented the 25th annual Warren Steinkraus Lecture on human ideals titled, “Ideals for Responsible Science in Democratic Societies” on Sept. 28. Douglas, Waterloo Chair in Science and Society in the University of Waterloo’s philosophy department, has a doctorate in history and philosophy of science from the University

School of Business Symposium

School of Business Symposium

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

Return to Oz IV

Return to Oz IV

More than 100 attendees “eased on down the road” to the Return to Oz Reunion Sept. 27 – 29. Alumni reconnected at more than 15 events and activities throughout the weekend, including a welcome dinner on Friday, a picnic at Fall­brook on Saturday afternoon and a dinner dance on Saturday night. This was the fourth Alumni of Color

Alumni Stars Shine at Communications Studies Reunion

Communications Studies Alumni

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

Spring 2013 Sports Round-Up

Men's Lacrosse

Men’s Lacrosse The 2013 men’s lacrosse team finished over .500 for the second-straight year, which is the first time the team has had consecutive winning seasons since 1996 and 1997. The Lakers finished 8-7 overall, going 2-4 in SUNYAC play. Troy Crevier ’16 and Nick Giampaolo ’14 were both named to the All-SUNYAC Second Team as voted on

Alumnus Helps Make Oswego a Top School for Veterans

Veteran's Lounge

Lt. Col. Mike Waters ’70 USAF (Ret.) knows what it is like to be a veteran-student at SUNY Oswego. He served several tours in combat with the Air National Guard before finishing his degree, nine and a half years after his high school graduation. Waters has been supporting veterans’ initiatives on campus for years, starting the

Oswego Designated a Military-Friendly College

MAE's 2013 Top Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities

Military Advanced named Oswego to its annual list in the 2013 Guide to Military-Friendly Colleges & Universities, noting that schools on the list “go out of their way to implement military-friendly policies in support of our men and women in uniform.” “The designation shows the extent to which the campus goes to provide a welcoming