‘It’s On Us’ Campaign Seeks to End Sexual Assaults

‘It’s On Us’ Campaign Seeks to End Sexual Assaults

President Deborah F. Stanley (front right) joins others around campus who take the “It’s On Us” pledge for sexual assault awareness April 21 in the Marano Campus Center. The pledge and photo were among a number of “It’s On Us” events during Sexual Assault Awareness Month. The Title IX Committee sponsored information sessions and teamed with

Students Celebrate Ozfest

Students Celebrate Ozfest

The first Ozfest, a new spring celebration coordinated by the Student Association and supported by the college, featured games, rides and food in the quad near the Marano Campus Center. The highlight of the daylong festival was a concert featuring several popular musicians.

NYU Treasurer Addressed Honors Students

NYU Treasurer Addressed Honors Students

Stephanie Pianka ’87, treasurer and vice president of financial operations at New York University, addresses the Honors Convocation on April 17 as keynote speaker. Pianka, a computer science graduate from Oswego, oversees finance for the nation’s largest private research university. Sponsored by Vega, the SUNY Oswego student women’s honor society, the Honors Convocation recognized the

Honoring a Theatre Scholar

Honoring a Theatre Scholar

Henry Shikongo of the theatre department recently was chosen for SUNY’s prestigious Faculty Diversity Program, a three-year, salary-assistance and research award that enabled him to join the department on a tenure track as an assistant professor. An Ottawa, Canada, native, Shikongo earned an MFA from the American Repertory Theater Institute of Advanced Theater Training at

Wedding Album: Summer 2015

Wedding Album: Summer 2015

Melisa “Missy” Verdoliva ’99 (left) and Megan Daley were married Aug. 3, 2013, at Springside Park in Napanee, Ontario, Canada. Picture from left, Tammy Atkinson, Barbara Verdoliva Carroll ’93 M’99, Maryann Grimshaw, Missy Verdoliva ’99, Megan Daley, Sarah Daley, Dana MacDonald and Victor Licatese ’87 M’89. Annette Kellogg ’05 married Ryan Utegg on July 4,

Wedding Album – Spring 2015

Wedding Album – Spring 2015

Allison Tuttle ’10 M’12 and Griffin Perry ’08 were married Sept. 27, 2014, at Crane Mountain in Adirondack, N.Y. From left, back row, are Stephanie Graudons ’07, Griffin Perry ’08, Matthew Peirson, Ted Lechter, Mac Dillman; front row, Emily Seirup, Allison Tuttle ’10 M’12, BriAnne Wilson and Kelly Tuttle Stadtmiller. Bich Van ’11 M’12 and

Students, Alumni Make Connections in NYC

Students, Alumni Make Connections in NYC

More than 100 juniors and seniors from SUNY Oswego received practical career advice from alumni representing a variety of careers at the Oswego Alumni Association’s annual New York City Career Connections on Jan. 8, 2015. More than 25 alumni who work in metropolitan New York spoke with current students about their career paths, the job

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

Faculty Research and Creative Work: App Against Anxiety

Faculty Research and Creative Work: App Against Anxiety

Karen Wolford of the psychology department recently won a $50,000 National Science Foundation I-Corps grant, titled “Self-Adherence and Self-Motivated Training for Dealing with Post-Traumatic Stress: A Smartphone Solution,” to assist in the development of a mobile app to help people with anxiety disorders. First offered in 2011, I-Corps grants seek to help entrepreneurs—such as human-computer