Additional Navigation
Gwen Dolph in the Office of Residence Life and Housing

Gwen Dolph

May 17, 2018

Administrative secretary in Residence Life and Housing, Gwen Dolph loves the office's sense of teamwork and shared mission. Her "best gift ever" -- 11 grandchildren and one on the way -- and a very personal cause also keep her engaged.

Lisa Seppi shares knowledge of art history

Lisa Seppi

May 1, 2018

An associate professor of art, Lisa Seppi coordinates the art history curriculum, teaches numerous courses in art history, and does research and consults for the Smithsonian on Native American art history, positioning the artists as, inclusively, American.

Amanda Young is an outstanding technology education student

Amanda Young

April 13, 2018

Junior technology education major Amanda Young has mapped out a path that includes teaching, coaching football or track -- and pursuing her love of projects, such as building a coffee table for her apartment in Oswego next year.

Joanna Goplen directs Oswego's gender and women's studies program

Joanna Goplen

March 30, 2018

Known to most as "Jo," visiting assistant professor Joanna Goplen of psychology directs the gender and women's studies program, researches stereotypes and prejudice, studies what motivates people to act sustainably -- and awaits the birth of her first child.

Patrick Moochler in a TV studio

Patrick Moochler

March 15, 2018

Following a lively and ever-changing technical career in broadcast television in Syracuse and Denver, chief broadcast engineer Patrick Moochler of communication studies works to provide top facilities here for the broadcasters of the future.

Zachary Hiris in a meteorology lab

Zachary Hiris

March 2, 2018

A well-rounded senior meteorology major, Ohio resident Zachary Hiris has built a database for the National Weather Service, co-managed forecasting for a state agency and school districts, risen to president of the Meteorology Club, made the golf team for three years and already signed on for a graduate school.

Sharon Cromie in health promotion and wellness

Sharon Cromie

February 15, 2018

Sharon Cromie, secretary in the School of Education's health promotion and wellness department, is a "jack of all trades" who has gutted and renovated her own house and worked on cars, and who loves to help students find answers to questions of all kinds.

Gonzalo Aguilar in his office

Gonzalo Aguiar

February 1, 2018

Gonzalo Aguiar of modern languages and literatures has produced research on Latin America, introduced new courses in Spanish and Portuguese, organized a film series, restructured the annual Spanish Colloquium, relearned the trumpet and accomplished much more -- thanks in part to paying close attention to the mind-body connection.

Tara O'Grady in an interactive lab

Tara O'Grady

January 18, 2018

Tara O'Grady returned to college after three years away to finish her degree in cognitive science, take on graduate studies in human-computer interaction and pursue a passion to help girls understand they can succeed in technological fields.

Theresa Gilliard-Cook in her office

Theresa Gilliard-Cook

November 27, 2017

The senior instructional designer in the Division of Extended Learning, Theresa Gilliard-Cook loves working with her team and faculty members to make online courses as engaging as ones delivered in a classroom.