From the President’s Desk

President Deborah F. Stanley

Our mission as an institution of higher education is to light the path to wisdom and empower our students to pursue meaningful lives as productive, responsible citizens. A fundamental part of our success lies in finding a balanced approach to living, in which we nurture the body, mind and spirit. We hope to educate well-rounded

Oswego Legacies: All in the Family

Randy Sutter '85 and Jake '18

Before heading out to SUNY Oswego for Family and Friends Weekend on Oct. 24-26 from his home in Montgomery, N.Y., Randy Sutter ’85 packed up the freshman beanie of his late father, Lorenz Sutter ’53, to share with his son, current secondary education student Jake Sutter ’18. The connections to SUNY Oswego truly run deep

Take Advantage of Opportunities, ALANA Alumni Panelists Urge

Dr. David Moody, Rufaro Matombo ’12, Adam King ’11 and Emmanuel Cruz ’09 participate in a panel discussion during the ALANA Student Leadership Conference in September ’14.

The value of an Oswego education began to pay off for Emmanuel Cruz ’09 from the day he moved into his residence hall freshman year. “I talked to my roommate’s father when he came to campus to move his son in,” said Cruz, who was part of the Sept. 22 alumni panel for the ALANA

Four Named to Oswego Alumni Association Board

From left, Edgar Ames ’68, Dana Segall Murphy ’99, Dr. Raelynn Cooter ’77 and La-Dana Renee Jenkins ’94

The Oswego Alumni Association welcomed four new members during its October meeting on campus. Each will serve a three-year term, expiring in 2017. Edgar Ames ’68 is a retired school administrator with more than 40 years in education. He is active in his local community as a volunteer. At Oswego, he was a member of

Fulton Savings Bank Scholarship Enters 17th Year

Fulton Savings Bank Scholarship Enters 17th Year

Since 1998, Fulton Savings Bank has been helping the brightest local students make their college dreams a reality. The bank awards seniors with the highest GPAs from all high schools in Oswego County and the Baldwinsville Central School District with $500 a year for four years to attend SUNY Oswego. Kaylee May ’15, who earned

New Faces on Campus

Jill Bettinger Pippin ’95

William Bowers joined the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs as associate provost for research development and administration. He holds a B.S. in biotechnology from Rochester Institute of Technology and a Ph.D. in microbiology and immunology from the University of Rochester, both in Rochester, N.Y. His most recent position was associate director of research at

Alumnus Jay Beberman ’89 Helps Two Students Attend Bloomberg Sports Summit

Jay Beberman ’89 (center) helped bring Gabriela Santos ’15 and Joshua Kay ’15 to the 2014 Bloomberg Sports Summit in New York City.

Two SUNY Oswego students attended the Bloomberg Sports Business Summit Sept. 4 in New York City, with the help of Managing Editor of Sports at Bloomberg Jay Beberman ’89. Beberman, one of Oswego’s generous and supportive alumni, covered the costs for Gabriela Santos ’15 and Joshua Kay ’15 to attend the annual conference that brings

Faculty Research and Creative Work: Turtle Monitoring

Turtle Monitoring

Peter A. Rosenbaum of the biological sciences faculty has won a U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service grant to lead a multidisciplinary team to monitor elusive bog turtles at sites in Wayne and Seneca counties. The $58,000 grant, “Population Monitoring and Habitat Monitoring for the Bog Turtle at Two Sites in the Prairie Peninsula and Lake

Faculty Research and Creative Work: Watershed Poetry

Watershed Poetry

Laura Donnelly (left) of the English and creative writing faculty recently released “Watershed,” an award-winning poetry collection whose genesis is a story of observation, practice and perseverance. “Watershed” earned the 2013 Cider Press Review Editors Prize and was published by the company. In this collection, Donnelly finds inspiration in the often-overlooked work and experiences within