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Former Oswego Mayor John Sullivan to offer book signing during Reunion

June 1, 2018

Former Oswego city mayor, semi-retired attorney and SUNY Oswego alumnus John T. Sullivan Jr. will participate in a book signing of his new memoir from 3:30 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday, June 9, at the College Bookstore in the Marano Campus Center.

Campus

Oswego to Germany and back: Love and teaching unite faculty alumni couple

June 1, 2018

Two SUNY Oswego alumni are living proof that love -- of each other and of teaching -- can span distance and time apart.

Graduate trauma studies coordinator discusses PTSD awareness

June 15, 2018

Karen Wolford, coordinator of the advanced certificate in interdisciplinary trauma studies at SUNY Oswego, and Ivan Castro (graduate of SUNY Oswego) appeared on WSYR's "Bridge Street" to promote awareness about the signs and symptoms of PTSD.

Campus

Video: American Sign Language class among Summer Sessions' stimulating offerings

June 12, 2018

American Sign Language is one of many stimulating, fast-moving classes available during Oswego’s Summer Sessions. But it’s also quite unlikely many courses students might take

Student life

Jerri Howland appointed interim VP of Student Affairs and Enrollment

June 14, 2018

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley announced today the appointment of Dr. Jerri Howland as interim vice president of Student Affairs and Enrollment Management.

Awards + honors

Kristen Eichhorn earns distinguished teaching award

June 1, 2018

Teaching ability, helpful mentorship and service to the field of communication have earned Kristen Eichhorn, SUNY Oswego’s dean of graduate studies, the Eastern Communication Association (ECA) Distinguished Teaching Fellows award.

Campus

Sculptor makes gift of birdhouse-as-sculpture to college

June 26, 2018

As SUNY Oswego's third biennial exhibition of outdoor sculptures prepares to move in to the academic quad this summer, the sculptures of 2016-18 prepare to move back to their creators -- except one, a contemporary and symbolic birdhouse that has moved to a concrete pad just north of Tyler Hall.