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SUNY Oswego students support fundraiser for veterans

March 2, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s Student Association presented a check to Clear Path for Veterans at a recent Crunch ice hockey game in Syracuse: $7,119 from two fundraising events held among the Oswego student body.

Campus

College launches diversity campaign

March 17, 2015

SUNY Oswego has launched a diversity awareness initiative this spring titled “Shine the Light on Oz,” the latest in a series of projects nurtured over the past year by the college’s Diversity and Inclusion Committee and the Division of Student Aff

Campus

Cross-campus creativity inspires app for multimedia magazine

March 25, 2015

SUNY Oswego students blending creative writing, illustration, filmmaking, music, design and computer skills have teamed the last two semesters to launch Exist, a multimedia magazine app inspired by the college’s Graphic Flash fiction-and-artwork e

Awards + honors

SUNY Chancellor Awards honor five Oswego students

March 12, 2015

Five SUNY Oswego students active in academics, leadership, community service, campus involvement, arts and career-long achievement will receive the 2015 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence—the highest student recognition through the sta

Friends establish scholarship in memory of Oswego's Sherwood Dunham

March 13, 2015

Friends of the late SUNY Oswego Emeritus Professor Julius Sherwood “Sherry” Dunham describe him as a gentle, firm and steady leader who pulled together people with a common goal to work toward a solution.

Mar. 05, 2015

March 5, 2015

In this issue, read about students speaking out, a distinguished honor, a student's solo exhibition, publications in computer science, a presentation in history and small grants in communication studies, modern languages and risk management.

Mar. 19, 2015

March 19, 2015

In this issue, read about students attending conferences, a history seminar, a diversity scholarship and presidential panels.

Lois Terminella

March 11, 2015

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Lois Terminella, the first person to greet students for two meals a day at Lakeside Dining Center. Beyond her work duties, she has offered reassurance and a shoulder to lean on for more than three decades.

Elizabeth Schmitt

March 25, 2015

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Elizabeth “Liz” Schmitt, professor of economics and recent co-chair of the Middle States accreditation review, as well as the faculty lead for a student-retention project and often involved in other part-time administration tasks—but satisfied, for now, that the classroom is “exactly where I should be.”