Senior Laker baseball standout Eric Hamilton added to his honors by being named to the first-team all-stars of the summer Futures League, where he set a league record by driving in 63 runs. The economics major also broke team records for the Pittsford Suns for home runs (18) and doubles (12) in a season. With the Lakers last season, Hamilton was named an All-American by (second team) and ABCA/Rawlings (third team) as the baseball squad earned a record for wins in a season (35) and finished third in the NCAA Division III Tournament’s New England Regional.

Heather Losi, pictured, a visiting assistant professor of accounting,  presented at the 8th annual Women TIES Retreat on Sept. 14. Losi’s presentation was on “Evolve—Adopting an Athletic Mindset to Improve Your Business.” Women TIES was founded by Tracy Higginbotham, a 1986 alumna and School of Business Advisory Board member. Three students from the Women in Business student organization attended the event.

Tim Nekritz, associate director of communications and marketing and director of digital communications, presented the webinar “Using Student Storytelling in Higher Ed Marketing” on Sept. 29. The presentation to an audience of 250 professionals around North America included an opportunity to showcase social media initiatives, blog entries and videos by SUNY Oswego students.

Computer science professor Damian Schofield and student researcher Kristopher Saber published the paper “Demographic Analysis of Smartphone Application Usage Related to eHealth” in the Journal of Software Engineering and Simulation.

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