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Chantel Diamond

February 24, 2017

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet senior sociology major and psychology minor Chantel Diamond, who uses life’s adversities to push herself toward early graduation and on to graduate school.

Juan Perdiguero

Juan Peridiguero

April 3, 2017

Juan Perdiguero, professor of art and coordinator of drawing in the studio art program, frequently travels between the United States and his native Spain, bringing multicultural influences, his classical training, and his unique and contemporary media and techniques to his students at SUNY Oswego.

Kara Fortunato

Kara Fortunato

April 12, 2017

Kara Fortunato, a junior majoring in electrical and computer engineering, firmly believes that if younger girls just gave the sciences a try, they would see they're "really just for everyone."

Mary McCune

Mary McCune

April 28, 2017

Meet history faculty member Mary McCune, who shares her passion for women's issues and history inside and outside of class.

Lysa Norris

Lysa Norris

June 9, 2017

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Lysa Norris, who in 16 1/2 years at the college has advanced from cleaner in academic buildings and residence halls to a Grade 12 journeyman mechanic for Building Trades Construction.

Emilio Del Valle

Emilio Del Valle

March 3, 2017

Junior adolescence education and English dual major Emilio Del Valle is a member of the School of Education's Teacher Opportunity Corps program who aims for a career teaching in an urban setting.

Darlene Tynan

Darlene Tynan

March 20, 2017

Darlene Tynan, program assistant in the MBA Programs Office, loves traveling the world from her desk, interacting with students and faculty from around the globe.

Elizabeth Wilcox

Elizabeth Wilcox

February 17, 2017

Meet Elizabeth Wilcox, an assistant professor of mathematics who ranks teaching first, finds research both demanding and fun, and prepares to host a large regional math symposium.

Leea Sinay

Leea Sinay

January 29, 2017

Nontraditional student Leea Sinay works full time, coaches lacrosse, takes 12 credit-hours a semester—and says finishing her college degree in business administration at SUNY Oswego in Syracuse is tailor-made for her.

Malcolm Huggins

For Malcolm Huggins, 'impact' means helping student athletes thrive

February 1, 2017

Malcolm Huggins, assistant director of athletics for facilities, marketing and game management, aims for the success of Lakers in life as in sports and school.

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