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New program helps career, technical experts transition to teaching

March 15, 2018

Dylan Obernesser made a swift career change -- one he thought would take years -- from insurance fraud investigation to teaching computer forensics in high school, thanks to SUNY Oswego School of Education's work with Syracuse-area teacher candidates hired for their technical and career expertise.

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Wellness management degree adds all-online option

March 28, 2018

SUNY Oswego recently earned state approval to offer its bachelor of science program in wellness management as an all-online option starting this fall, helping students who are busy balancing work, family and school.

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College, WCNY to host documentary, panel on ethics

April 3, 2018

SUNY Oswego will partner with WCNY to host a preview of the PBS documentary segment “The Whistle Blower,” followed by an ethics-based faculty panel discussion on Wednesday, April 11.

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State approves new major in philosophy, politics and economics

April 10, 2018

Abraham Lincoln: politician, philosopher or economist? Was John Stuart Mill just a philosopher? Was Adam Smith just an economist? A new SUNY Oswego degree program to launch this fall underscores the answer: Academic disciplines, like careers, often intersect, regardless of boundaries and labels.

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‘Not Someone Like Me’ to provide powerful survivors’ tales

April 17, 2018

An April 30 SUNY Oswego production of “Not Someone Like Me” followed by a panel presentation will bring forward the stories of survivors of sexual violence to try to make a positive change.

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Conference in Ireland leads to professors' book on friendship, happiness

May 10, 2018

Convening in a monastery on the slopes of the Knockmealdown mountains in Ireland, scholars from across the globe -- including sociology chair Tim Delaney of SUNY Oswego and philosophy chair Tim Madigan of St. John Fisher -- met for a unique conference on the subjects of friendship and happiness.

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Marketing students helping NYS firefighters recruit younger volunteers

June 26, 2018

As president of the New York State Association of Fire Chiefs, 1966 SUNY Oswego graduate John Sroka understands firsthand how important volunteer firefighters are to the safety of New York state. Of the state’s 1,665 registered fire departments, more than 90 percent rely solely on volunteers, so he turned to his alma mater to address falling numbers of recruits.

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Faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut publishes resource book on mass shootings

July 26, 2018

SUNY Oswego public justice faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut, a national expert on mass shootings, recently published a reference book that she hopes will prove helpful for anybody researching the topic.

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Oswego professor writes book on 'Raising Freakishly Well Behaved Kids'

September 14, 2018

SUNY Oswego counseling and psychological services professor Jodi Mullen has instilled what she has learned from research, working as a play therapist, and from children themselves in a new book, “Raising Freakishly Well Behaved Kids: 20 Principles for Becoming the Parent Your Child Needs.”

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Alumna tells success story to ABC News Radio

October 3, 2018

Refinery29 co-founder/global editor-in-chief Christene Barberich, a 1991 Oswego graduate in both English writing arts and in art as well as a speaker at May's Commencement, discussed how what she studied in college played a role in her success, in an interview on ABC News Radio's "No Limits with Rebecca Jarvis."

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