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Tenaja Smith-Butler with ALANA poster, scrapbook

Tenaja Smith-Butler

September 14, 2018

Possibility Scholar, Black Student Union president, executive board member for the ALANA Student Leadership Conference (Sept. 21 to 29) with a demanding major in zoology, Tenaja Smith-Butler balances her classes, research and an active campus life that included winning an award for her work at Penfield Library..

Doug Bachman at Fort Ontario

Doug Bachman

October 1, 2018

By combining a history major and two seemingly disparate minors, senior Doug Bachman aims to fashion a career from his academic work and an internship at Fort Ontario, all while competing in NCAA cross-country and track.

Math specialist Kate Spector in her office

Kate Spector

October 25, 2018

A math specialist for the Office of Learning Services and legacy of SUNY Oswego as both an employee and former student, Kate Spector's path back here as an adult was anything but linear. For someone who loves patterns, her interests are eclectic and defy pigeonholing.

Farida Husain

Farida Husain

February 4, 2015

Farida Husain is the first student at SUNY Oswego to earn Bloomberg Certification, which qualifies her to understand and use the Bloomberg terminal, the most widely used information system in finance.

Richard Bethea, retired military and cinema studies student

Richard Bethea

October 29, 2018

After two decades on active duty with the Army, Richard Bethea nears this Veterans Day as a retiree and very active student in the college's cinema and screen studies program. This soldier-turned-artist also serves as a reminder of the value of a welcoming and inclusive campus.

Kimberlyn Fernéz is a graduate student in school psychology

Kimberlyn Fernéz

November 9, 2018

A graduate student in school psychology and recipient of a Diversity Graduate Fellowship, Kimberlyn Fernéz has persisted through challenges, and now is eager to work in schools to help other young students overcome their own tough times.

Women's hockey coach Diane Dillon and her team are active in service

Diane Dillon

November 21, 2018

After years with department stores as a buyer and manager, Diane Dillon followed her passion to a second career coaching college hockey, now as head coach of the Laker women and, in this season of giving, as their coach in service to community.

Rebecca Mushtare's passions include teaching art, learning about education and encouraging accessibility

Rebecca Mushtare

January 18, 2019

An associate professor of art specializing in web design and interactive media, Rebecca Mushtare also serves as associate director of the college's Center of Excellence in Learning and Teaching. She has begun understanding how her many interests and activities are interconnected.

Jerimiah Butler in Johnson Hall lounge

Jerimiah Butler

January 31, 2019

A sophomore majoring in business administration, Jerimiah Butler's campus life includes involvements such as Alternative Winter Break, building relationships and contacts, and devoting time to his church.

Shaleena and Zina Campbell, outside the Office of Learning Services' tutoring center

Shaleena and Zina Campbell

February 15, 2019

Seniors majoring in business administration, Shaleena and Zina Campbell aim high for a career in entrepreneurship. They've had a strong start, with small businesses in high school and now a prom dress collective that earned them a top honor from organizers of Harlem Fashion Week.

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