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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.

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.

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.

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.

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..

Said Atri

Said Atri

September 2, 2018

"The part of my job I enjoy most is my interaction and connection with students," said economics professor Said Atri, who has taught at SUNY Oswego for more than three decades, and has devoted most of his research efforts to international finance.

Doug Woolever is a Laker Leader captain who's very involved on campus

Doug Woolever

July 27, 2018

Choral singer, instrumentalist, actor, resident assistant and now a Laker Leader captain for new-student orientation, senior human development major Doug Woolever speaks about his enthusiasm for making personal connections with students, his time management strategy and his love for SUNY Oswego.

Maggie Rivera, the college's coordinator of student involvement

Magdalena Rivera earns Successful Business Women distinction

July 16, 2018

SUNY Oswego's coordinator of student involvement, Magdalena "Maggie" Rivera, recently was named one of 2018's Successful Business Women, sponsored by the Central New York Business Journal.

Gwen Dolph in the Office of Residence Life and Housing

Gwen Dolph

May 17, 2018

Administrative secretary in Residence Life and Housing, Gwen Dolph loves the office's sense of teamwork and shared mission. Her "best gift ever" -- 11 grandchildren and one on the way -- and a very personal cause also keep her engaged.

Lisa Seppi shares knowledge of art history

Lisa Seppi

May 1, 2018

An associate professor of art, Lisa Seppi coordinates the art history curriculum, teaches numerous courses in art history, and does research and consults for the Smithsonian on Native American art history, positioning the artists as, inclusively, American.