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Wellness management degree adds all-online option

March 28, 2018

SUNY Oswego recently earned state approval to offer its bachelor of science program in wellness management as an all-online option starting this fall, helping students who are busy balancing work, family and school.

Campus

Diversity Graduate Fellowship helps students succeed

March 28, 2018

Breaking barriers and finding their way through financial and other challenges, while excelling in the classroom, have earned five students Diversity Graduate Fellowships at SUNY Oswego.

Society

New program helps career, technical experts transition to teaching

March 15, 2018

Dylan Obernesser made a swift career change -- one he thought would take years -- from insurance fraud investigation to teaching computer forensics in high school, thanks to SUNY Oswego School of Education's work with Syracuse-area teacher candidates hired for their technical and career expertise.

Community

Students apply wellness skills at senior residence

February 9, 2018

Health promotion and wellness students from a SUNY Oswego class gave St. Francis Commons residents a zest for life last fall with a Zestful Living exercise and nutrition program that continues this spring.

International

Class finds happiness, resilience during outreach in India

February 1, 2018

A group of SUNY Oswego students came to understand India as a land of hope after traveling for two weeks during the college's winter break to learn from people living in Kolkata (Calcutta), West Bengal, India.

Community

Awards honor professor dedicated to reading instruction

September 29, 2017

Scholarship, teaching and passion led to two recent awards for SUNY Oswego School of Education faculty member Maria Murray -- dedicated to evidence-based practices in the teaching of reading -- and to explosive growth for an organization she founded.

Society

Grant boosts teacher candidates from underrepresented groups

July 7, 2017

The New York State Education Department recently awarded a five-year, $1.63 million grant to SUNY Oswego's School of Education to scale up and enhance its Teacher Opportunity Corps program, which seeks to attract and retain teacher candidates from underrepresented groups -- particularly young men -- in high-need schools.

Campus

Wilber revival slated; renewal plans shift to central campus

June 6, 2017

SUNY Oswego planners increasingly will shift focus westward for campus renewal, as a long-running series of projects transforming the east side of campus winds down and the state budget puts new SUNY capital projects on a firm footing.

Campus

College now offers health, physical education professional certification

April 17, 2017

Flexibility is the watchword for SUNY Oswego's newly approved path to professional certification for graduate students teaching K-12 health education and physical education -- many of whom also coach sports or have other career commitments.

International

Brazilian state honors Alfred Frederick's contributions to education

April 11, 2017

Distinguished Service Professor Alfred Frederick of SUNY Oswego last month earned the title of Citizen of the State of Piauí, an award bestowed by the northeastern Brazilian state's Legislative Assembly for his more than 25 years working to improve education in the state of Piauí and elsewhere in Brazil.