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University Police at SUNY Oswego earns state accreditation

March 14, 2016

University Police at SUNY Oswego attained state accreditation recently, an achievement that marks it as one of only 10 departments in the State University system and fewer than 150 police agencies of all kinds statewide to meet scores of exacting

International

SUNY Oswego classes travel abroad to gain rich experiences

March 1, 2016

A record number of SUNY Oswego short-term courses followed by travel sent students and mentors to the Bahamas, Benin, Cuba, Ecuador and India over winter break, helping students put into immediate context and practice what they learned in class.

Community

New partnership maps alternative routes to high school diplomas

March 14, 2016

SUNY Oswego and its students in a variety of majors have partnered with CiTi BOCES in an alternative learning program to help boost disengaged Oswego County high school students who may have lost hope of earning a diploma.

Community

Port of Oswego welcomes SUNY Oswego co-op workers

March 15, 2016

SUNY Oswego cooperative education student employees William Ernest and Alison Taylor (from left) speak with Port of Oswego Executive Director Zelko Kirincich and college President Deborah F.

Professor co-authors book exploring myths, realities of mass shootings

March 23, 2016

Through years of research and consolidating lessons learned from rampages in schools, movie theaters and malls, Jaclyn Schildkraut of SUNY Oswego’s public justice faculty has co-authored a book that probes myths and hysteria provoked by mass shoot

Hoops Sweet 16 Men's basketball makes Sweet 16, hosts NCAA games

March 8, 2016

3/11/16 UPDATE: Laker men’s basketball lost a heartbreaker 66-65 to the College of Wooster on Friday night in front

Awards + honors

SUNY Chancellor Awards honor three Oswego students

March 15, 2016

Three SUNY Oswego students active in academics, leadership and community service will receive the 2016 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence—the highest student recognition through the statewide university system.

New graduate degree in special education to fill need

March 1, 2016

SUNY Oswego’s School of Education has begun accepting applications for a new master’s degree program to fill a demonstrated workforce need—regionally, across the state and nationally—for teachers of special education in grades 7 to 12.

Cindy DeWolf

March 9, 2016

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Cindy DeWolf, secretary in Facilities Maintenance and Operations, who relishes the challenge every day of helping meet requests for help with the college’s buildings and grounds.