College Improves Experiences for Hearing-Impaired Audiences

College Improves Experiences for Hearing-Impaired Audiences

SUNY Oswego is enhancing the experience of hearing-impaired spec­tators at ceremonies, performances and athletic events by installing audio-induction loops on the concourse level of Marano Campus Center arena and convocation hall, in the newly updated Sheldon Hall ballroom, in the soon-to-reopen Waterman Theatre and even­tually in other venues on campus. Also known as a hearing loop,

Phase 2 of Tyler Hall Renovation Begins This Fall Amid Phase 1 Completion Celebration

Phase 2 of Tyler Hall Renovation Begins This Fall  Amid Phase 1 Completion Celebration

Design work on the final phases of Tyler Hall’s renaissance—modernized studios, lab theatre, classrooms, offices and exterior finishing—is underway, even as work continues toward a grand reopening Oct. 27-30, for Waterman Theatre, Tyler Art Gallery, a two-story music rehearsal hall, a new recording studio and much more. A state capital appropriation of $18 million makes

Four Join the OAA Board of Directors

Four Join the OAA Board of Directors

Four graduates who have already demonstrated their commitment to SUNY Oswego and its students have been elected to the Oswego Alumni Association Board of Directors, the policy-setting arm of the OAA. They attended their initial meeting on campus on Nov. 13. Each will serve a three-year term.   Joining the board are: Karen Colucci Coia

Educators Gather To Learn, Share Technology for the Classroom

Educators Gather To Learn,  Share Technology for the Classroom

Students in the Florida (N.Y.) Union Free School District can make a pancake breakfast for their technology teacher, Jeffrey Rodman ’13 M’14. But first they have to design it. The district has a PancakeBot, which uses 3D printer technology to build 3D models using—yes, pancake batter—as the modeling material. “My seniors come in and design

College to Launch New Giving Society to Recognize Loyal Donors July 1

College to Launch New Giving Society to Recognize Loyal Donors July 1

Irma Johnston Lent ’59 vaguely remembers the first gift she ever made to SUNY Oswego back in 1976. Her two daughters were in school, she had just returned to teaching at an elementary school in the Highland Falls-Fort Montgomery (N.Y.) Central School District, and she and her husband, Duke, had purchased their house. “I must

‘Appreciate Those Who Help You,’ Alumnus Tells New Graduates

‘Appreciate Those Who Help You,’ Alumnus Tells New Graduates

Commencement Eve Dessert Reception Keynote Speaker Jeff Knauss ’07 addressed December graduates and their families Dec. 11, 2015, in the Sheldon Hall Ballroom. Knauss shared stories about his journey from graduation to his current position as owner of The Digital Hyve, a digital marketing agency specializing in website design, search engine optimization, social media and

11th Annual Media Summit Explores Diversity and Inclusion

11th Annual Media Summit Explores Diversity and Inclusion

Hundreds gathered Oct. 21 in the Sheldon Hall Ballroom and nearly 600 people tuned in for the live webcast of A Mile in My Shoes: Reflections on Equality & Diversity in the Media during the 11th Annual Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit. The event featured a panel of media professionals, most of whom are

Young Alumni Career Connectors Provide Advice at Media Summit

Young Alumni Career Connectors Provide  Advice at Media Summit

In conjunction with the Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit, the college hosted the annual Career Connectors panel, which provides an opportunity for students to hear the firsthand accounts from professionals who had been in their position just a few years earlier. Seated from left to right, student moderators Kalie Hudson ’17, a public relations

Campus Currents: Noteworthy News

Campus Currents: Noteworthy News

Business School Continues to Earn National Attention The Princeton Review has named the School of Business at SUNY Oswego among the nation’s most outstanding MBA-granting business schools for the 12th consecutive year. The college’s MBA program also tied for 20th among online master of business administration programs nationally — the highest of any institution in