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Modernized criminal justice major debuts

December 5, 2018

SUNY Oswego has begun transitioning its public justice major to criminal justice, a move that modernizes the program, boosts its rigor in alignment with national standards and makes its name more recognizable to graduate schools and employers.

Community

Community invited for Cruisin' the Campus for Winter

December 7, 2018

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley sends an invitation to one and all in the greater Oswego community for the next installment of Crusin' the Campus.

Research

Student researcher earns international recognition

November 21, 2018

SUNY Oswego senior biology major Manna Job recently earned a top prize at the Sigma Xi International Conference for research on how a widely used chemical impacts the environment.

Awards + honors

Student-faculty team wins national competition for inclusive web design

December 14, 2018

Five SUNY Oswego students under the mentorship of graphic design faculty member Rebecca Mushtare recently won the national AIR-U competition for accessibility in web design for the team's inclusive work on the Vote Oswego site.

International

Study-abroad course researches engineering unique musical instrument

July 30, 2018

Oswego students are currently in Trinidad and Tobago designing prototypes for the Caribbean country's national musical instrument in the new course "Engineering the Steelpan," taught by electrical and computer engineering faculty member Marianne Hromalik.

Campus

Student-faculty team to screen Safe Haven documentary 'Only 982' on campus

November 12, 2018

"Only 982," a 14-minute documentary, will screen at 4 p.m. Friday (Nov. 16) in Marano Campus Center auditorium. A question-and-answer session with filmmakers Mic-Anthony Hay, a senior in journalism, and English and creative writing faculty member Juliet Aires Giglio will follow.

Research

Faculty-student team to document refugee cousins' Safe Haven memories

April 30, 2018

A SUNY Oswego faculty-student team of Juliet Aires Giglio and Mic-Anthony Hay will produce a documentary to preserve the memories of cousins who were 7 years old when they had to leave Eastern Europe for Fort Ontario's Safe Haven to escape the Holocaust.

Campus

December graduates ready to continue journey

December 5, 2018

More than 500 students were eligible to take part in SUNY Oswego’s December Commencement, finding skills, strengths and direction to prepare them for their next steps.

Student life

Video: Why live on campus? 'It feels like home'

June 13, 2018

Why live on campus at SUNY Oswego? From a sense of community to convenience to the opportunity to get involved, several students offer their reasons and impressions of the residence life experience.

Campus

Mental Health and Wellness Fair Sept. 12 to inform, motivate, raise awareness

August 30, 2018

SUNY Oswego's Counseling Services Center will team with the college's Employee Assistance Program on Sept. 12 to shine a light on the array of services and organizations available for everyone on campus, especially those that need help coping with friends, family, relationship issues, academic or job pressures.