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Leigh Wilson named SUNY Distinguished Service Professor

April 22, 2020

The State University of New York has recognized Leigh Wilson as a Distinguished Service Professor, one of the SUNY system’s highest honors.

Healthcare heroes include NYC ICU nurse in Oswego MBA program

April 22, 2020

SUNY Oswego News had the honor of speaking with one of the healthcare heroes working on the front lines of the COVID-19 pandemic in New York City. In addition to being a nurse in a Manhattan intensive-care unit, Boris Lukatskiy is a SUNY Oswego online MBA student.

Campus

Notes From Home: Earth Day

April 22, 2020

April 22 is Earth Day, in the middle of Earth Week, and while the Oswego family is not all together for it this year, the team in the Sustainability Office has been working hard on ways to celebrate #TogetherOz.

Notes from Home: “Road to Oz” podcast

April 21, 2020

Seniors Cassie Carudo and Cloey Olkowski have started the "Road To Oz" podcast (available on Spotify) to provide information and advice to incoming SUNY Oswego students. They are working #TogetherOz with current students, faculty members and other interested members of the Oswego family.

Science + technology

Student team wins hackathon prize with inclusive app

April 20, 2020

A SUNY Oswego student team of Alexis Indick, Anisha KC, Bharati Mahajan and Tonia Sanzo won Best User Interface at the WiCHacks competition earlier this year for their app “TRANSition,” which promotes inclusion and connectedness for the LGBTQ+ community.

Student life

Notes From Home: Yards for Yeardley goes virtual

April 20, 2020

Yards for Yeardley, an annual daylong walk/run/roll to raise awareness about domestic and dating violence, has been extended into a month-long virtual event, coordinated locally by It's On Oz. Working #TogetherOz, the campus community has already logged more than seven million yards … and counting!

Awards + honors

Modern languages and literatures faculty member earns prestigious NEH fellowship

April 17, 2020

Gonzalo Aguiar Malosetti of SUNY Oswego’s department of modern languages and literatures has earned a prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Scholar Fellowship for his book project,"Tropes of Violent Inequality: Brazilian Crime Fiction in a Post-Neoliberal Age."

Alumni making wide range of contributions during pandemic

April 17, 2020

SUNY Oswego's alumni community has revealed their resiliency, generosity and resourcefulness in responding to the COVID-19 pandemic. All across New York state and the nation, stories of our alumni stepping up to help others out are emerging.

Campus

Faculty member's live session shares tips on teaching kids at home

April 17, 2020

Last week, Doreen Mazzye of the curriculum and instruction faculty was invited to do a Facebook live session by Syracuse.com, drawing on Mazzye's experience in training teachers and as a mother of three.

Notes From Home: Student support from SHOP

April 17, 2020

The Students Helping Oz Peers (SHOP) project is still available to help students in need of food and basic necessities. Learn how Oswego students are still working hard to make sure we all get through this #TogetherOz.