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Share your thoughts as Oswego explores its "brand"

April 3, 2019

College initiates branding exploration initiative and seeks input from students, faculty, staff, alumni and key stakeholders.

Arts + culture

Monks to create mandala during weeklong 'Mystical Arts of Tibet'

April 2, 2019

World-touring monks of the Drepung Loseling Monastery will promote peace and spiritual healing April 8 to 12 as they demonstrate "The Mystical Arts of Tibet," performing colorful and musical rituals around their construction of a mandala in the main lobby of SUNY Oswego's Penfield Library.

Awards + honors

Newman Fellow carries on family tradition of service

March 28, 2019

Campus Compact recently named Ariel Gutman-Gates, a SUNY Oswego junior psychology major, one of only 262 Newman Civic Fellows nationwide for 2019-20, recognizing his passion and hard work in growing the college's program for students who struggle with food insecurity.


Student's 'Sex and the City' analysis to encourage race, gender dialogue at Quest

March 28, 2019

Quest will provide a showcase Wednesday, April 3, for hundreds of scholarly and creative pursuits, such as senior broadcasting and mass communication major Tahirah Abdo's presentation on femininity and the absence of people of color in the television show "Sex and the City," still popular on a variety of media.

Student life

Summer math camp paves way for student success

March 27, 2019

The Summer Math Success Camp helps incoming students complete degrees in both the STEM and education fields. This free SUNY-funded opportunity sets Oswego apart from many other four-year institutions.


Quest presentation to highlight project to preserve Kiowa language

March 26, 2019

A SUNY Oswego faculty-student team is trying to help preserve a Native American language, Kiowa, with only about 10 fluent speakers remaining.


Project to advance classroom skills, aiming to boost student success

March 26, 2019

SUNY Oswego has named 35 of its faculty as fellows to engage in a yearlong series of intensive training modules called the "Course in Effective Teaching Practices," with a goal of increasing student success.

Science + technology

Engineering students creating Smart Garden to water plants with precision

March 26, 2019

A water- and labor-conserving Smart Garden that took shape in a lab in SUNY Oswego's Shineman Center earned three senior electrical and computer engineering majors third place in the student poster competition at the 17th Annual NYS Green Building Conference in Syracuse.

‘Innovations in Healthcare Delivery’ slated April 11

March 25, 2019

On April 11 in New York City, SUNY Oswego will sponsor “Innovations in Healthcare Delivery,” featuring experts and innovators including keynote speaker Christopher Roker, CEO of New York Health + Hospitals/Queens.


Video highlights Oswego's commitment to service

March 21, 2019

Service is in our collective DNA as a college. Throughout the year, most recently during spring break, members of our campus make a difference every day.