Reunion 2018 Highlights

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View the entire Flickr gallery and download hi-res images The celebration included mini-reunion groups and special programs for the Class of 1968, whose 105 members were the largest contingency of 50-year milestone anniversary attendees ever. Alumni came from 34 states and from as far as Alaska. Attendees represented 67 different class years, including Davis Parker ’47,

In memoriam

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Class Notes

Class Notes

Please Note: Class notes included in the magazine come from a variety of sources, such as alumni submissions, news releases, social media posts and news media reports. Submissions received between Jan. 1 – April 30 generally run in our summer issue, which mails in August; between May 1-Aug. 31 in our fall issue, which mails

Wedding Album

Photo of Wedding

Sedal-Clute—Amie Sedal ’12 and Adam Clute ’13 were married on July 8, 2017, in Central Bridge, N.Y. In attendance were, front row: Jason Comstock ’13; second row from left: Jennifer Farrell St. Mark ’13, Shannon Brackley ’13, Halie Bloom ’13, Alex Sosias ’12. Back row, from left, are Jershon St. Mark ’11, Nicole Dwyer ’13,

Alumni Bookshelf

Alumni Bookshelf

Joseph P. Cangemi ’59, Ph.D.; Casimir Kowalski ’65, Ph.D.; and Ami Rokach, Ph.D., editors With Book Foreword by SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley Bullying: A Critical Problem in Education, Work Environments, Society Xlibris, 2017. This book examines bullying and its effects on individuals and groups. The volume contains contributions from well-known authors and researchers

Lifelong Educator Keeps Close Ties to Campus

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For Bill Lavin ’67, SUNY Oswego has been and will always be a big part of his life. “I don’t think there’s been many years where I haven’t been on campus,” Lavin said. Currently, Lavin is an adjunct professor for the Technology Education Department, supervising student teachers. Oswego was one of the first places that taught

Telling Stories That Should Not Be Passed On

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The following is an excerpt from an essay that was included in the anthology How Dare We Write: A Multicultural Creative Writing Discourse (Modern History Press, May 2017). I could tell you something,” my father said to me, beginning when I was seven or eight. He not only could but he did, especially after he’d

Calculated Decisions and Dedication to Country

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Jing Li-Kole ’11 is an operations research analyst for the United States Department of Navy’s Surface Warfare Center (NSWC) based in Port Hueneme Division (PHD), Calif. In fall 2017, she received the Navy’s Art Diaz Award, honoring staff members who personify teamwork. Li-Kole holds a bachelor’s degree in finance with a minor in applied statistics

Outdoor Enthusiast Dedicates Career to Environmental Protection

Photo of Amy Hueber

Amy Hueber ’77 remembers waiting for the school bus on the west side of Syracuse—not far from Tipperary Hill—and being able to smell a polluted Onondaga Lake, more than five miles away. Her feelings about that lake were in stark contrast to those she held for Lake Ontario—the summer vacation spot for her family—including brother Jim

Dr. Bruce E. Altschuler

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Dr. Bruce E. Altschuler An initial failed attempt at college as an engineering student and a tour of duty with the U.S. Army in Vietnam helped Dr. Bruce Altschuler identify his true passions and build a four-decade career as an educator and expert on politics and the American presidency. “When I came back from Vietnam,