Personal Loss at Sandy Hook Spurs School Safety Presenter

Personal Loss at Sandy Hook Spurs School Safety Presenter

Michele Gay, whose 7-year-old daughter, Josephine, lost her life in the Sandy Hook school shootings in December 2012, advocated for improved school safety and security in the nation’s schools during a Sept. 17 presentation in the auditorium of the Marano Campus Center. Her appearance was part of the SUNY Oswego public justice department’s fall Cutler

Lorraine Marano’s Legacy Lives On Through $7.5 Million Endowment

Lorraine Marano’s Legacy Lives On Through $7.5 Million Endowment

Marking the two-year anniversary of the death of SUNY Oswego’s largest donor, the trustee of the Lorraine E. Marano Living Trust, Theresa A. Sugar Scanlon, came to campus Sept. 28 to dedicate with President Deborah F. Stanley a plaque installed in the Marano Campus Center, which was named in honor of Lorraine and Nunzio “Nick”

PHOTO: LECET Continues to Support Presidential Scholars

PHOTO: LECET Continues to Support Presidential Scholars

For the 19th consecutive year, the New York State Laborers-Employers Cooperation and Education Trust (LECET) has supported Oswego’s Presidential Scholars Program. Bill Shannon, business manager for the Upstate New York Laborers’ Council and LECET representative, presented a check for $25,000 to President Deborah F. Stanley in October.

Play Clock Winding Down on Lakers Athletics Challenge

Play Clock Winding Down on Lakers Athletics Challenge

Time is running out on the 2015 Lakers Athletics Challenge. Do you know how your team ranks? Your support could help your team rally to (or maintain!) the lead, and secure a $1,000 gift for your team. Remember if we secure 625 donors from Sept. 1 to Dec. 31, 2015, Rich ’80 and Beth Kagan Lashley

Alumni: An Essential Strand of The Tapestry of Success

Alumni: An Essential Strand of The Tapestry of Success

   When a team of evaluators for the National Council for Accreditation for Teacher Education Board of Examiners visited campus in April 2014 to attend a school partnership showcase, they received programs with the Oswego School of Education logo printed on the front. The image features the word “weaving” and represents the intertwined elements essential

Educators Hope to Inspire Future Teachers at Oswego

Educators Hope to Inspire Future Teachers at Oswego

Dr. Joseph A. Merenda ’50 M’54 and his wife, Marie, have been educators for many years, and they’re so passionate about education they established a scholarship to help inspire future teachers from SUNY Oswego. But for Joseph, an Oswego native, the start on the path to becoming an educator may have begun at SUNY Oswego’s

Alumna and Husband Establish Accounting Excellence Fund

Alumna and Husband Establish Accounting Excellence Fund

Nancy Smith Salisbury ’93 sees how her support makes an impact on campus firsthand. Salisbury and her husband established the Nancy ’93 and Kurt Salisbury Scholarship, awarded to a highly involved student in the School of Business. The first scholarship recipient, Lindsey Forte ’12, spent a semester abroad because of the scholarship, Salisbury said. Dianora De

Remembering a Health Care Advocate through a New Peer Health Educator Award

Remembering a Health Care Advocate through a New Peer Health Educator Award

Jean Grant, the former director of the Mary Walker Health Services Center at SUNY Oswego, shared her extraordinary skill, compassion and empathy with students and campus members for 37 years. She died in 2013 at the age of 65, but she left behind a legacy that helped improve American healthcare and established SUNY Oswego as

Alumni Band Together to Establish a Greek Life Fund at Oswego

Alumni Band Together to Establish a Greek Life Fund at Oswego

In spring 1979, then 18-year-old Sue Tighe-Cushman ’82 had no idea that pledging Alpha Delta Eta at SUNY Oswego would change her life. She had no idea that years later at 3 a.m., her sorority songs would be the only thing she could think of to sing her infant son back to sleep. Nor did