Casey Raymond Earns Top Teaching Award

Casey Raymond Earns Top Teaching Award

Casey Raymond, a chemistry faculty member, recently earned the SUNY Oswego President’s Award for Teaching Excellence, an honor reserved for exceptional learner-centered skills and efforts. More than a dozen of his former students and current faculty colleagues supported Raymond for the award. As chair of the college’s Sciences Planning Committee, Raymond was instrumental in helping

Alumni Panel Integral Part of 31st Annual ALANA Conference

Tiraya Conyers '15

United We Shine” set the theme and the multicultural tone for the 31st annual ALANA Student Leadership Conference Sept. 13 to 19 at SUNY Oswego. The ALANA (African, Latino, Asian and Native American) Student Leadership Conference included a peace walk, motivational keynote address by founder of Vanity Unedited Yoga & Meditation in New York City Tiraya

First Class of SRC Inc. Employees Graduate with MBAs

MBA Graduates

SUNY Oswego designed a master’s in business administration program exclusively for the Syracuse-based SRC Inc. employees who, after three years of study, earned their MBA degrees from the college. The first graduation for these master’s students took place June 22, 2017, in a special ceremony in Sheldon Hall ballroom.    

College’s Office of Business and Community Relations Moves Downtown

business resource center

SUNY Oswego partnered with Pathfinder Bank to create a new Business Resource Center in downtown Oswego to bring resources and services closer to the businesses that need them. The new facility at 121 E. First St. opened in the fall and houses the Small Business Development Center, the Workforce Development Board of Oswego County, and

National Awards Recognize International Education, Sustainability Programs

Sustainability Program Students

SUNY Oswego received two awards during the American Association of State Colleges and Universities (AASCU) annual meeting in La Jolla, Calif., in October. The college received the 2017 Excellence and Innovation Award in International Education, a national honor that cites the college for its efforts to embed study abroad in the curriculum and to make

New Artswego Director Named

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In August, Miranda Traudt became the new director of Artswego, a collaboration of students, faculty and administration, whose goal is to support the presentation of cultural programs for the campus and community. She took on the role after former director John Shaffer retired. Traudt holds a BFA degree in art history from Pratt Institute in

English Faculty Member’s Sci-Fi Novel Becomes Amazon Bestseller

English Professor Photo

Benjamin Allocco ’09 of the English and creative writing faculty earned bestseller status in a very modern format—the Amazon Kindle charts—with his futuristic novel, Deathform. The adjunct professor’s sci-fi thriller, featuring a crew of interplanetary smugglers trying to survive an alien monster loose on their spacecraft, already had captured an audience, but when Amazon made it

Pam Caraccioli Honored as Woman of Distinction, Joins Statewide Development Board

State Senator Patty Ritchie (Left) and Pam Caraccioli

Pam Caraccioli, deputy to the SUNY Oswego president for external partnerships and economic development, recently earned two honors: a regional award for accomplished and community-minded women and a statewide board membership. State Sen. Patty Ritchie, R-Heuvelton, named Caraccioli a 2017 Woman of Distinction, an honor that the senator bestows “recognizing outstanding leaders who are achieving

University Police Earn StormReady Designation

University Police Photo

Photo: Wayne Westervelt In preparation for the sometimes-volatile Upstate New York climate, SUNY Oswego’s University Police recently earned a StormReady designation from the National Weather Service. To earn this designation, the department had to demonstrate to the National Weather Service that it met all of the agency’s criteria, including emergency communications, weather monitoring equipment, National

Rankings Round-Up: SUNY Oswego Earns Top National Rankings

Nationally Ranked Picture

U.S. News Rankings SUNY Oswego has once again earned a top 50 ranking in the 2018 “Top Regional Universities in the North” from U.S. News & World Report. Oswego tied for 13th among public universities in the North Region, 48th overall, among institutions in the U.S. News & World Report ratings, based on rankings released