Campus Update

Mon Nov 16, 2015
Oswego earns 2016 Best for Vets recognition

Military Times has named SUNY Oswego a 2016 Best for Vets College, ranking it among only 125 four-year colleges and universities nationwide for the second consecutive year.



Tue Jun 14, 2016
Daylight Hour: College commits to turn off lights at lunchtime Friday

SUNY Oswego will join many other SUNY campuses and hundreds of organization saround the world in a campaign to raise awareness of the value of simple daylight.



Mon Jun 13, 2016
Since May 2, SUNY Oswego police have investigated several incidents of harassment, motor vehicle accidents, lost and found property, and made 15 arrests.

Felony

Officers charged a 19-year-old Waterbury Hall resident with second-degree burglary, a felony, as well as petit larceny, fifth-degree possession of stolen property, possession of a forged instrument, and unlawful possession of marijuana, all misdemeanors. He is accused of taking cash, fake identification cards and jewelry from two student resident rooms in Seneca Hall.

Misdemeanors

A 20-year-old commuter student was charged with second-degree criminal mischief. Police say he was a passenger in a car that was chasing another car, and when both cars stopped he jumped out and started hitting the other vehicle causing damage.

An 18-year-old Riggs Hall resident was charged with petit larceny and fourth-degree criminal mischief. Officers say he used a hacksaw to cut down a pole in Hidden Fields and stole the light box mounted to it.

Police charged a 19-year-old Onondaga Hall resident with fourth-degree criminal mischief and fifth-degree possession of stolen property. He is accused of taking a speed limit sign along with the pole near Pathfinder Hall.

A 21-year-old Waterbury Hall resident was charged with third-degree possession of a forged instrument. Police say he was in possession of a fake state of Maine driver’s license.

A 20-year-old commuter student was charged with third-degree criminal tampering and unlawful possession of marijuana, a violation.  Officers report that he smeared lip balm on a security camera lens in an elevator at Seneca Hall.

Officers arrested a 34-year-old Oswego man for second-degree criminal contempt, resisting arrest, and second-degree obstruction of governmental administration—all misdemeanors—and disorderly conduct, a violation.

Motor vehicle misdemeanors

A 22-year-old North Rose woman was charged with DWI, operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher and failure to obey a stop sign.

Police charged a 37-year-old Oswego man with third-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, a misdemeanor, and failure to yield the right of way, an infraction.

A 23-year-old Funnelle Hall resident was charged with third-degree unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle and speeding.

Officers arrested a 23-year-old Brewerton man on charges of DWI and operating a vehicle with a blood alcohol content of .08 or higher, both misdemeanors. He was also charged with speeding, unsafe lane change and not stopping for an emergency vehicle, all infractions.

Police charged a 21-year-old Syracuse man with DWI, operating a vehicle with blood alcohol content of .08 or higher, both misdemeanors, and an equipment violation and two infractions.

A 32-year-old Oswego man was charged with second-degree aggravated unlicensed operation of a motor vehicle, plus two violations—expired inspection and equipment failure.

Violations

Police charged a 19-year-old Onondaga Hall resident and a 23-year-old Sodus man with unlawful possession of marijuana



Mon Jun 13, 2016
Campaign's $40M milestone celebrated at Reunion

The announcement by President Deborah F. Stanley that the college had reached its $40 million milestone in its five-year fundraising campaign, With Passion and Purpose, highlighted Reunion Weekend, June 9 to 12, as more than 1,000 alumni and friends returned to campus to reconnect with friends, make new ones and check out all the changes and updates to their beloved alma mater.



Sat Jun 11, 2016
Ilie, O'Toole, Pritchard earn teaching awards

The President’s Award for Teaching Excellence goes to Carolina Ilie of the physics department and Joanne O’Toole of the curriculum and instruction department. The Provost’s Award for Teaching Excellence for Part-Time Faculty honors Stephanie Pritchard of the English and creative writing department.



Sat Jun 11, 2016
Attia, Auler win awards for scholarship, creativity

Business faculty member Ashraf Attia, who studies cross-cultural and e-commerce marketing and many topics in sales-and-service, and music faculty member Robert Auler, who has performed globally and worked locally to raise the profile of the arts, have received the President’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.



Fri Jun 10, 2016
Art department's Metzgar to receive mentorship award

Richard Metzgar, an art faculty member for 15 years and a frequent collaborator with students working on projects, will receive the 2016 Provost’s Award for Mentoring in Scholarly and Creative Activity.



Fri Jun 10, 2016
Brand, LaLonde honored for academic advisement

Faculty members Diane Brand of the public justice department and Christopher LaLonde of the English and creative writing department will receive the 2016 President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advisement. The honorees will be recognized at the college’s annual Teaching and Learning Awards Ceremony in the fall.



Fri Jun 10, 2016
Leadership event to feature address by SUNY chancellor

Online registration link

State Sen. Patty Ritchie, along with other local leaders, is inviting Central and Northern New Yorkers to attend “Ladies Who Lead,” taking place at 5 p.m. June 28 in the Marano Campus Center auditorium. It will feature a keynote address by SUNY Chancellor Nancy Zimpher as well as a panel discussion with local women at the top of their fields, including SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley.



Fri Jun 10, 2016
Ranjit Dighe book mines 'Huck Finn' for lessons of history

Slavery, corrupt banks, confidence games—all of those 19th century evils and many more issues of the day glide through “The Historian’s Huck Finn: Reading Mark Twain’s Masterpiece as Social and Economic History” by economics professor Ranjit S. Dighe.



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