Advisory Board

The Dean's Advisory Board provides external advisement to the Dean in strategic matters regarding the School of Business; see the Mission Statement for more information.

Dean's Advisory Board

Kevin Bryans '89
Managing Member, NStar Tech, LLC, Syracuse, NY 

Pamela Caraccioli
Deputy to the President, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY

Alumni Symposium

Co-sponsored by the School of Business, Oswego Alumni Office and Auxiliary Services, the Alumni Symposium brings accomplished alumni back to campus each year to interact with current School of Business students. The objective is for alumni to share information about their respective experiences, both in college and in the work force.  

Student Advisement Rights and Responsibilities

STUDENT RIGHTS

  • To have a helpful, knowledgeable and cordial faculty advisor.
  • To meet with your advisor during scheduled office hours, or by appointment, at least one time per semester.
  • To receive assistance in understanding the relevant academic requirements of your chosen major and additional learning opportunities.
  • To feel comfortable discussing your academic concerns and questions.
  • To be mentored on issues related to career/job options or interests.

STUDENT RESPONSIBILITIES

  • To find out the name of your faculty advisor

Advisement

Purpose

To provide the student with the information and support needed for making the right academic decisions to complete a degree program.

The student and the faculty advisor share the responsibility for the student's progress toward the degree.  However, it is the student's obligation to consult with and work with the advisor, select the appropriate courses, and understand and fulfill degree requirements.  Please read our Student Advisement Rights and Responsibilities.

International Research

Attia, Ashraf

Attia, A. Aziz, N., Friedman, B.A., & Elhusseiny, M. (2011). The Effect of Social Networks on the Egypt Revolution.  Electronic Commerce Research and Applications, 10, 369-374. 

Attia, A. Aziz, N. & Friedman, B.A. Social Networks and Political Change Framework. Third Annual American Business Research Conference, June 6-7, 2011, Adelphi University, Garden City, New York, USA.