Campus Update

Mon Jul 27, 2015

Since June 15, University Police have investigated a case of theft and made one arrest. A 50-year-old Oswego woman was charged with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a vehicle, a misdemeanor, and speeding, an infraction.

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Mon Jul 27, 2015
University Police earns national recognition

SUNY Oswego’s University Police Department took first place in the college and university category of the 2015 National Law Enforcement Challenge, the International Association of Chiefs of Police has announced.

Cornell University police came in second, and the University of Maryland police took third place honors.

This is the third consecutive year that Oswego’s University Police has been selected as a national winner—and the first time it has come in first—in the competition, a national traffic safety awards program that recognizes excellent law enforcement traffic safety programs.

Police departments are judged on their department policies and guidelines, training of officers, incentives and recognition, public information and education, enforcement activity, and effectiveness of efforts, all in the areas of speed enforcement, occupant restraint, driving while intoxicated enforcement, and state or local issues. The local issue highlighted was distracted driving.

The award will be presented at the International Association of Chiefs of Police conference scheduled for Oct. 24 to 27 in Chicago.

Chief John Rossi and Assistant Chief Kevin Velzy thanked all of the University Police officers for their hard work and dedication to making the SUNY Oswego community safe. President Deborah F. Stanley added, “This is a terrific recognition of your excellent care for and expert focus on keeping our campus community protected and safe. We are fortunate to have such a dedicated team.”



Fri Jul 24, 2015

The State University system recently named senior cognitive science major Christopher Bartlett a 2015 Brain Scholar, awarding him a summer research internship at SUNY Upstate Medical University in Syracuse. Bartlett is one of only 11 Brain Scholars from around SUNY, most of them from the system’s four university centers. The awards offer students unique opportunities to be on the cutting edge of new research and innovation in highly specialized fields. As a summer research assistant for Dr. Daniel Ts’o, associate professor of neurosurgery at Upstate’s Institute for Human Performance, Bartlett is assisting with research involving the functional imaging of the retina. The work ultimately impacts research on diseases such as macular degeneration and glaucoma, he said. The Brain Scholar program is part of the SUNY Networks of Excellence.



Fri Jul 24, 2015
Tyler Art Gallery hosts two exhibits off campus


Fri Jul 24, 2015
New grant to support research on Hawaii's lava flows

Rachel Lee of the atmospheric and geological sciences department will research the behavior of lava flows on the island of Hawaii and in laboratory simulations, thanks to a highly competitive two-year, $30,000 grant from the National Science Foundation.



Fri Jul 24, 2015
'Dynamic' college to greet diverse class of 1,500 freshmen

The college’s enrollment of about 1,500 first-year students for the fall semester will approach and possibly surpass 2013’s class of first-year students—the largest in decades—and establish a new high-water mark in ethnic diversity.



Fri Jul 24, 2015
College launches Youth Conservatory for choral training

The college has begun assembling the first class for the new Oswego Youth Conservatory, reaching out to area schools to offer extracurricular training in choral singing to middle school, high school and home-schooled students ages 12 to 18.



Fri Jul 24, 2015
Former campus tour guide Manny Cruz now recruits for Oswego in New York City

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Emmanuel “Manny” Cruz, a 2009 alumnus who resides in Queens and covers the five boroughs of New York City as a full-time recruiter of prospective students for the Office of Admissions.



Thu Jul 16, 2015
Faculty member's memoir seeks to help others cope with OCD

After decades of hiding her uncontrollable self-abuse, communication studies faculty member Maggie Lamond Simone exposes her life’s experiences in the recently published book “Body Punishment: OCD, Addiction and Finding the Courage to Heal.”



Thu Jul 16, 2015
New minor in nutrition keys on healthier eating, living

The health promotion and wellness department recently began offering nutrition as a minor, opening opportunities for students to focus on a booming field that tries to combat national issues with what people eat and why.



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