Alumni Help Oswego’s Say Yes Participants Build Network

Alumni Help Oswego’s Say Yes Participants Build Network

Stew Koenig ’75, president of Koenig Advertising & PR, met with marketing majors John DaCosta ’20 and Dwan Hameed ’20 during the “Opportunity Next Door” networking event in January at the SUNY Oswego in Syracuse branch campus at the Metro Center. The student participants attended work- shops during the afternoon, then connected with alumni and

SUNY Names Oswego’s Alok Kumar a Distinguished Teaching Professor

SUNY Names Oswego’s Alok Kumar a Distinguished Teaching Professor

The State University of New York has recognized Oswego physics professor Alok Kumar as a Distinguished Teaching Professor, one of the SUNY system’s highest honors. Kumar was one of only eight faculty in the system approved by the SUNY Board of Trustees as earning a distinguished honor in professorship, teaching or service announced by SUNY

New Graduate Degree Puts Data to Work Improving Healthcare

New Graduate Degree Puts Data to Work Improving Healthcare

Healthcare in the digital era—telemedicine, big data, decision analytics, computer networks integrating patient and caregiver information, and more—has led to the launch of SUNY Oswego’s newly approved graduate degree in biomedical and health informatics. “It’s very exciting, because I’ve been working on this since I arrived in 2012,” said computer science faculty member Isabelle Bichindaritz,

Professor Co-Edits Book Examining Global Business Incubation

Professor Co-Edits Book Examining Global Business Incubation

  Marketing and management professor Sarfraz Mian and two co-editors, Phillip Phan and Wadid Lamine, take a global view of business incubation in a new book, Technology Entrepreneurship and Business Incubation: Theory, Practice, Lessons Learned (Imperial College Press of London, 2016). The book uses case studies to describe how technology business incubators by any name—accelerators,

Laker Hockey Legend Receives National Award

Laker Hockey Legend Receives National Award

The American Hockey Coaches Association has named Oswego All-American goalie Pete Sears ’71 winner of its annual John Mariucci Award. He will be recognized on April 26 during the 2017 AHCA Convention in Naples, Florida. The award honors a secondary school association coach who best exemplifies the spirit, dedication and enthusiasm of Mari- ucci, a

New Sports Studies Minor Crosses Many Disciplines

New Sports Studies Minor Crosses Many Disciplines

SUNY Oswego introduced a sports studies minor this fall that gives students the opportunity to study the history and impact of sports. The idea to create the minor grew from Christopher Mack, an associate professor of history, and sociology department chair Tim Delaney, who both share a deep interest in sports. Delaney, often with participation

Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tracy Bruno Earns 100th Win

Women’s Basketball Head Coach Tracy Bruno Earns 100th Win

This season, Oswego State women’s basketball team head coach Tracy Bruno earned her 100th career victory, all of which have come at Oswego State in her 10-year span at the helm of the Laker program. The 100th victory was earned Dec. 10, when the women’s basketball team dominated Buffalo State in a 65-48 victory. Coach

Lakers Receive Two National Community Service Awards

Lakers Receive Two National Community Service Awards

        Wrestler Sean Maloney ’17 (left) and Athletic Director Sue Viscomi (second from right) accepted first-place NADIIIAA/JOSTENS Community Service Awards in two categories at the NCAA Convention in Nashville, Tenn. Oswego claimed the top spot in both the An Array of Projects category as well as the On-Going Project category. Dan Witmer

Three Wrestlers Qualify for 2017 NCAA Championship, Bushey Claims Fourth Place

Three Wrestlers Qualify for 2017 NCAA Championship, Bushey Claims Fourth Place

Three Lakers qualified for the NCAA championship by claiming a top-three spot in their weight class. Jordan Bushey ’20 (184) and Rocco Russo ’18 (157) both captured the title in their respective weight classes while Evan Corso ’20 was the 133- pound runner-up. Corso and Russo bowed out gracefully on the first day while Bushey

Men’s Ice Hockey Wins Regular Season SUNYAC, Makes NCAA Tournament

Men’s Ice Hockey Wins Regular Season SUNYAC, Makes NCAA Tournament

Men’s ice hockey earned an at-large bid to its 12-team NCAA Championship and lost to Hamilton College, 3-1, in the opening round of the tournament. The team was SUNYAC regular season champion and conference tournament runner-up with a 21-5-1 overall mark and a 13-2-1 league record. They are pictured here after winning the Annual PathFinder