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Video: Rob Giumarra

October 24, 2019

Rob Giumarra, a junior online broadcasting major and an accomplished TV and movie actor, enrolled in Oswego because he was impressed with the college and its people when his son decided to become a Laker.

Video Spotlight: Kevin Coleman

November 7, 2019

After 12 years in the Marine Corps, Kevin Coleman's journey brought him to SUNY Oswego first for a bachelor's in history, and now for a master's in childhood education. A combat veteran with medals of heroism from the Navy and Marine Corps, he currently teaches a sixth-grade class in Syracuse, which he loves, and also raves about the efforts of Ben Parker, of Oswego's Veterans and Military Services of Office, faculty and others who have helped him along the way.

Video Spotlight: Cedric Hansen

November 26, 2019

Cedric Hansen, a senior software engineering major from Ottawa and a goaltender for the Laker men's hockey team, said Oswego's combination of academics, location, facilities and athletics made it the perfect spot for him. He's already lined up a job with IBM after his May 2020 graduation.

Video Spotlight: Chris Spinelli

January 17, 2020

Pianist and senior music major Chris Spinelli, who was recruited by many schools for his top-tier talent, chose SUNY Oswego for its opportunities and because of an immediate connection with a faculty member.

Video Spotlight: Nichole Brown

February 4, 2020

As director of the college's Field Placement Office and project director of Oswego's Teacher Opportunity Corps, Nichole Brown is happy to play a pivotal role in preparing the teachers -- and students -- of the future.

Video Spotlight: Casey Stone

March 2, 2020

Solving problems and enjoying a wide variety of photography are the formula for success with Casey Stone, a high academic achiever and senior applied mathematics major from Hackettstown, New Jersey. If you follow Laker athletics, you have likely seen her photographs or her working a game.

Fiona Coll

March 20, 2020

English and creative writing faculty member Fiona Coll said "the most amazing job ad I had ever seen" drew her to Oswego, where she enjoys teaching at the intersection of literature and technology. Interviewed in early March, she discusses her love of Oswego students, literature and making sure knowledge is accessible. She coordinates Oswego's Faculty Accessibility Fellows program, which aims to ensure all learners have the best opportunity for education.

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