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Rebecca Mushtare's passions include teaching art, learning about education and encouraging accessibility

Rebecca Mushtare

January 18, 2019

An associate professor of art specializing in web design and interactive media, Rebecca Mushtare also serves as associate director of the college's Center of Excellence in Learning and Teaching. She has begun understanding how her many interests and activities are interconnected.

Jerimiah Butler in Johnson Hall lounge

Jerimiah Butler

January 31, 2019

A sophomore majoring in business administration, Jerimiah Butler's campus life includes involvements such as Alternative Winter Break, building relationships and contacts, and devoting time to his church.

Shaleena and Zina Campbell, outside the Office of Learning Services' tutoring center

Shaleena and Zina Campbell

February 15, 2019

Seniors majoring in business administration, Shaleena and Zina Campbell aim high for a career in entrepreneurship. They've had a strong start, with small businesses in high school and now a prom dress collective that earned them a top honor from organizers of Harlem Fashion Week.

Beth Gentile in central receiving

Beth Gentile

February 28, 2019

Supervisor of central receiving in the building complex between the lakeside and south campuses, Beth Gentile's areas of responsibility have grown and updated significantly in the quarter-century since she was hired to head the maintenance stockroom in Mahar Hall.

Sarah Rappleye in a chemistry lab

Sarah Rappleye

March 15, 2019

Science beckoned at an early age for sophomore Sarah Rappleye (Rapple-ee), who majors in chemistry, minors in biocultural anthropology and forensic science, and is poised to present her research at a regional conference -- all while participating year-round in NCAA athletics.

Rachelle Hills is a master's in strategic communication student

Rachelle Hills

March 29, 2019

A competitor in Quest's 3-Minute Thesis competition for graduate research presentations, Australian student Rachelle Hills anticipates soon earning a master's degree in strategic communication, having made a return trip to SUNY Oswego on the advice of a friend.

Mohammad Islam in a physics lab

Mohammad Islam

April 15, 2019

An associate professor of physics and a specialist in nanotechnology, Mohammad Islam holds a patent related to his research on rechargeable batteries. Long interested in sustainable energy technologies, Mohammad employs undergraduate interns, providing them with skills to go on to other opportunities in research.

Kenan Bernard aspires to teach after graduation

Kenan Bernard

April 26, 2019

Winding down his sophomore year, adolescence education major Kenan Bernard can't wait for his succession of placements in high school social studies classrooms to start this fall. He volunteers for and avidly observes the current musical "Fun Home."

Nancy Concadoro of the human resources office

Nancy Concadoro

May 30, 2019

Human resources associate Nancy Concadoro loves her job and her major role in the college's efforts to diversify job candidate pools for faculty and professional staff. She also loves Commencement, Laker hockey and her dog River, who visits campus to help students de-stress.

Brian McGrane prepares for another women's soccer season

Brian McGrane

July 2, 2019

After a sensational career as an all-American soccer player at SUNY Plattsburgh, Brian McGrane made the sport his life's work; now he nears the start of his 13th season as head coach of a Laker women's program eager to take care of unfinished business.

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