Donna Osterhout Davenport ’71 was a senior living on the second floor of Hart Hall when her freshman sister, Marcia Osterhout Kees ’74, moved onto the fifth floor. “We were the first generation of college kids in our family,” Davenport said. “It was nice to know she was close by. I know my dad appreciated
Professor Jennifer Olori of the biological sciences faculty recently won a National Science Foundation grant for a project designed to provide undergraduates—particularly women, who remain underrepresented in sciences and math—with research experiences focused on head-first burrowing animals from as long ago as 300 million years. Thanks to the $73,165 grant from the NSF’s Division of
It all started when Sharon Wilcox ’74 cut the line in front of Joseph Yacura ’74 to get her SUNY Oswego freshman photo ID. “She cut in front of me, and I let her in,” Joe said, laughing. “That’s how we met.” It was the start of a relationship—and ultimately, a marriage—that has included three of their own children,
The 24 Oswego State NCAA athletic programs were recognized once again for their outstanding commitment to community service, as they received the second-place Award of Merit from the National Administrators of Division III Athletic Directors, sponsored by Jostens. This award is the 11th earned by Laker teams in the past nine years. In that
The Oswego College Foundation’s endowment continues to outperform not only peer schools, but the industry average as well, according to the survey results of the National Association of College and University Business Officers (NACUBO)-Commonfund Study of Endowments. In fact, SUNY Oswego’s endowment has yielded stronger returns than the NACUBO average for the past 11 years
Dr. Sungeun Kim, an electrical and computer engineering faculty member, received a grant of nearly $119,000 to use big-data techniques in support of earlier and more accurate diagnosis of neurodegenerative diseases such as Alzheimer’s. The grant, from the National Library of Medicine of the National Institutes of Health, will assist a project—“Integrating Neuroimaging, Multi-omics, and
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 (TOC) program, which seeks to attract and retain teacher candidates from underrepresented groups—particularly young men—in high-need schools. The $325,000 a year in funding through the state’s
Anna Jimenez ’16 transferred to SUNY Oswego to study public justice after watching crime shows and her father, a police officer with the Syracuse Police Department for 28 years, work a crime scene. But, she said, it was an opportunity afforded her by the Cutler Public Justice Excellence Fund that helped her identify her career goals.
Community Bank has made a $25,000 gift to support SUNY Oswego’s Center for Accounting Research and Education (CARE) in the School of Business. The gift will support faculty research, diversity initiatives, continuing professional education, student education and community outreach as well as social responsibility and ethical training in accounting, said Thomas Tribunella, CARE director.
Life is about the possibilities and not the obstacles, according to Harry B. Bronson ’82. “I have learned the future is ours to create and that an education is key to that future,” Bronson said. “A college education equips students with the tools to grow, learn and succeed in our evolving economy.” With that in mind,