Student Involvement & Leadership Series

Past Events

Spring 2013

Ernst and Young Lecture Series Spring 2013

  "Strategies for Advancing Women's Success." April 25th 

    "Women's expanding work opportunities and their continuing challenges as well as attitudes towards women's work in Lebanon".  March 14th

February

Sophomore Conference Flyer


 

 Sophomore Conference more...

 

 


Jobarama

 Jobarama 2013 more...

 

 

 

Emily Pilloton

Talk: "Humanitarian Design in the Community Incubator" Emily Pilloton

Town Hall Discussion on Community Development

 

 

 

March

Women's Conference

Women's Conference

 

 

 

Future Oswego Leaders Conference

 

 Future Oswego Leaders Conference more...

 

 

Health Care Career Conference: The health care field is one area of the economy that is growing and projected to grow even more. Opportunities include health care administration, veterinary medicine, medical and mental health careers, allied health careers and U.S. Army health care.

 

April

 Quest 2013

  Wednesday, April 17th 2013

 

Fall 2012 

Ernst and Young Lecture Series Fall 2012

                -Video: Miss-Representation "Women and Work: Stereotypes in the U.S." September 13th

               -Lecture: "Making Spaces: Women's Work in the Developing World" September 27th

               -Lecture: "Iranian Women at Work: Stay-at-Home Mothers with PhDs? October 4th

              -Lecture/Panel Discussion: "Women in STEM: Experiences from the Field" October 18th

              -Lecture: "Strategies for Advancing Women's Success" November 1st

Rock the Vote

 Rock the Vote-Ongoing throughout Fall 2012 more...

 

September:

ALANA Conference- September 21st-28th more...

 

October:

Innovative Aging Community Forum on Innovative Aging-Thursday October 11th more...

 

O'Donnell Media Summit

Media Summit

Wednesday, October 24th, 3-5 pm: Waterman Theatre in Tyler Hall.  

On-screen journalists discuss the future of news via moving pictures. They include Garrick Utley, former NBC weekend news anchor, also known for his work as moderator of "Meet the Press" and the Sunday version of NBC's Today Show; Denis Mueller, an award-winning documentary filmmaker whose "Howard Zinn: You Can't Be Neutral on a Moving Train" was a top 12 candidate for an Academy Award for best documentary feature in 2004; and Kevin Torres, a 2006 Oswego graduate, Emmy Award winner and now backpack journalist at KUSA-TV in Denver. Free. 312-2498.

 

 

 

November:

Hart Hall Global Awareness Conference

Arn Chorn Pond

 

 

Keynote Speaker Arn Chorn Pond November 3rd Lanigan 101 7-9 pm 

Arn Chorn Pond, founder of Cambodian Living Arts, is a Cambodian-American refugee and was featured in the Emmy-nominated documentary "The Flute Player." His story is told by Patricia McCormick in the book "Never Fall Down." A survivor of a Khmer Rouge work camp, he is an internationally recognized human rights leader, speaker and trainer. Part of SUNY Oswego's Global Awareness Conference. Free. 312-3463.

 

 

School of Business Alumni Symposium

November 8th & 9th.  Check out details here.

Talk by writer Samantha Shelton- Monday, November 5th 3-4 pm

SUNY Oswego journalism and creative writing alumna Samantha Shelton will return to campus to talk about her work at Fitness Magazine, where Shelton advanced from reader to intern to freelancer to full-time employee. Shelton will talk about how experiences at SUNY Oswego -- from writing for and helping manage the Oswegonian student newspaper to getting Oswego's edition of Her Campus online magazine up and running -- helped her find success in the competitive world of New York City magazine writing. Free. 312-4581.

Workshop/Discussion-"Being an Innovative and Motivational Leader"- Tuesday, November 6th 6-7 pm & Thursday, November 8th 4-5 pm 143 Campus Center

Developed by Kelly La Barge, Graduate Assistant with Leadership Development.  Attendees will discuss and view videos related to motivation, innovation, and creativity in their roles as potential leaders.  Leadership as a collaborative process will be emphasized, and students will explore how exactly they can motivate others to accomplish goals.

Workshop/Discussion- "Leadership That Gets Results"-Thursday, November 15th 3-4 pm 141 Campus Center

Using tools from the Harvard Business Review, Tony Giacovelli will explore what personality characteristics as a leader will get you results.

Program on Personal Branding and Time Management-Thursday, November 15th 8 pm Mackin Main Lounge

How's college been treating you? Do you love it? Or are youwondering why you're here and don't know what will happen next? If that's the case, rest assured that you're not alone. College students face many difficulties in determining their career paths and what to do with their lives. One of the most common problems is not knowing who they want to be or how to manage their time productively. Here in the Mackin Complex, we have decided to do something about it, small, but hopefully something that will make you seeyourself and your time in a new perspective.

 

 Spring 2012:

January:

 

  New York City-Career Connections

          Wednesday, January 4 more...

 

 

 

February:

 Images of Women Working in Film

          Thursday, February 2,6PM-7:30PM, CC 132 more...

 

 

 Job-A-Rama

          Wednesday, February 8, 11AM-2PM, Swetman Gym more...

 

 

 

Stereotypes of Women in STEM Education

         Thursday, February 9,6PM-7:30PM, CC 132 more... 

 

 

 Women Crossing Boundaries

            Tuesday, February 14 ,6PM-7:30PM, CC 132 more...

 

 

Futures in Finance           

          Wednesday, February 15, 12AM-2PM, Sheldon Ballroom more...

 

 

The Gender Gap: Earnings, Employment, Poverty and Income Inequality

           Thursday, February 23 ,6PM-7:30PM, CC 132 more...

 


Career Conference: Backpack to Briefcase

            Tuesday, February 28,6 PM-9 PM, CC 132

 

 

March

Career Fair

          Thursday, March 1, 4PM-6PM, Swetman Gym 

 

 

The Ongoing Saga of An Accidental Mathematics Educator  

         Wednesday, March 7, 4PM, 222 Sheldon Hall more...

 

 

Women Aloud

         Thursday, March 8, 6-7:30 PM, CC 132

 

 

Alternative Spring Break

         March 10-18

 

 

Creating Equitable Work Places

          Thursday, March 22, 6-7:30 PM, CC 132

 

 


Women's Empowerment Conference

              Saturday, March 24, 10AM-4PM, CC 132 more...

 





Women and Leadership in Social Services

               Thursday, March 29, 6PM-7:30PM, CC 132



Future Oswego Leaders Conference

                Friday, March 30-Sunday April 1 more....




 April:

 

Speed Dating for Careers  (First Year Mini Conference)

              Wednesday, April 4, 6:30 PM-9:00 PM, Campus Ctr Arena

 

 

Women Leaders in the Developing World

                Thursday, April 12, 6-7:30 PM, CC 132 more...

 

 

 

Quest

  Wednesday, April 18, 2012 more...

 

 

Mini-symposium of women students in STEM

             Wednesday, April 25,  3-5PM, Sheldon 222 more...

 

 

 

The Student Involvement Awards

             Wednesday, April 25, 4:30PM, Campus Center Arena more... 

 

 

 

Networking and Promoting the Success of Women

              Thursday, April 26, 6:00-7:30PM, CC 132 more...