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Oswego educational leadership grads: Motivated, engaged --- and employed

January 3, 2019

SUNY Oswego's program leading to a Certificate of Advanced Study in educational leadership has grown more than 30 percent since 2011. About nine in every 10 CAS participants have started jobs in school administration within two months of graduation.

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Educator earns Humanitarian Heart Award

February 11, 2019

David Parisian of SUNY Oswego’s curriculum and instruction department recently received the 2018 Humanitarian Heart Award from the HeartMath Institute.

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Scholarship celebrates couple’s love for each other, Oswego

February 11, 2019

It was 1958 when Eleanor Kaminski Pucciariello of Glen Cove met Nick Pucciariello from Brooklyn while the pair of future 1962 graduates were waiting in line to register for their first SUNY Oswego classes.

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Award-winning retired officer to recount responding to mass shooting

February 20, 2019

Award-winning Lt. Brian Murphy, who responded to a 2012 mass shooting, will relay his experiences in “What You Do Every Day: A Conversation on Safety and Preparedness” on March 11 at SUNY Oswego.

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College marks new recycling opportunity for writing utensils

March 1, 2019

SUNY Oswego students and faculty have started collecting exhausted writing utensils -- markers, pens and even mechanical pencils -- and sending them to a recycling company in the latest of many efforts the campus community has taken to go green.

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SUNY Oswego team places in financial research competition

March 5, 2019

The SUNY Oswego CFA Research Challenge Team won its bracket and took second overall in the annual Western New York Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Research Challenge on Feb. 18.

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Oswego to host SUNY’s Got Your Back event March 5

February 20, 2019

SUNY Oswego’s third annual SUNY's Got Your Back event will bring together hundreds of people on March 5 to assemble comfort bags for victims and survivors of violence across the state of New York.

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Author to discuss food, sociology, marginalized communities

March 12, 2019

Author and sociologist Dr. Joseph Ewoodzie will discuss "Getting Something to Eat in Jackson and Other Stories of Our Social World" in an “I Am Oz” Diversity Speakers Series presentation at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the Marano Campus Center auditorium (Room 132) at SUNY Oswego.

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American Sign Language storyteller to entertain, enlighten

March 20, 2019

The American Sign Language Club at SUNY Oswego aims to build awareness of deaf culture and the beauty of the language through ASL storyteller Dack Virnig's performance on campus.

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Minorities Meet conference: Student project to offer career advice, networking

April 11, 2019

lisa Descartes, a SUNY Oswego senior public justice major, last summer thought about the need for faculty and alumni connections among students of color seeking to move on to graduate school or careers -- daunting frontiers for any student near graduation, but particularly for minority and first-generation college students.