Golden Alumni Society Inductees: Class of 1968

Alumni Group shot

Row 1 (seated from left): Susan Amery Rivers, JoAnne Valentine Powell, Pamela Wolf Postle, Sue Pennock, Judith Cecora Peltz, Sharen Peck Michalec, Jack Michalec, Jean Froebig McNulty, Nora Holdaway McLaughlin, Victoria Lembke McGowan-Horan, Jeanne DiGennaro McCarthy, Karen McBride, William (Bill) Matthews, Karen Koruz Low, Dennis Linskey, Richard Leopold, Francine Gianotti Lazzaro, Peter Landes, Brian G. Kristel; Row

Don’t Miss an Upcoming Reunion…

Don’t Miss an Upcoming Reunion…

Connect with your Friends andStart Planning for your Class Anniversary Reunion Golden Alumni Society Inductees: Class of 1968 In Celebration of their 50th Reunion Reunion Hotline: 315-312-5559 Email: reunion@oswego.edu Web: alumni.oswego.edu/reunion Reunion 2019 June 6 to 9 Milestone Anniversaries: ’03, ’04, ’05 – 15th 1994 – 25th ’83, ’84, ’85 – 35th 1979 – 40th 1974

An Original ‘IT Girl’

Deb Nosky

Deb Nosky ’81 didn’t know then—nor did she remember today—that she was one of only 28 female students in the computer science program. What she remembers most about her SUNY Oswego experience was feeling surrounded by strong female role models—at that time, College President Virginia Radley, College of Arts and Sciences Dean Barb Gerber, all the

Weddings

Amanda Cascino and Fred Tropeano wedding

Nicole Johnson ’12 and Brian Croce ’11 were married June 30, 2017, in Washingtonville, N.Y. The two met on the ninth floor of Seneca Hall in 2009. Top row, from left: Shawn Bernstein ’11, Brian McDonald ’12, Josh Lilly ’11, Alex Weiss ’11, Greg Wright ’11 and Adam Szarpa ’09; fourth row, from left: Justin Beehler ’12, Georgia

Digital Strategist Helps Connect People

Vernon Fong

Vernon Fong ’97 takes his work home. “I love to adopt new technology,” said the digital strategist for one of the largest technology product manufacturers of our time: Samsung. Vernon has outfitted his New York City home with his company’s technology for a connected living experience: TVs, kitchen appliances, lights, security—all connected, all at his

The Human Experience: An interview with Bryan Kern ’11 M’13 CAS’13

Bryan Kern

After receiving undergraduate and graduate degrees from his hometown college of SUNY Oswego, Bryan Kern ’11 M’13 CAS’13 drove across the country to California to seek his future—a trip that ultimately resulted in a job as a user experience researcher at none other than world-renowned product and service company: Apple. It was a move that didn’t include a

Local Lakers Gatherings

Alumni in New York City

  Events Nov. 27 – Giving Tuesday** Dec. 1 – 2019 Reunion Engagement and Planning Committee Meeting* Dec. 14 – Commencement Eve Champagne Reception* Jan. 5 – 2019 Reunion Engagement and Planning Committee Meeting* Feb. 2 – 2019 Reunion Engagement and Planning Committee Meeting* Feb. 2 – Men’s Basketball Alumni Game* Feb. 9-10 – Women’s

Two Alumni Receive Honorary Degrees at 2018 Commencement

Christene Barberich

Two distinguished alumni of SUNY Oswego, Christene Barberich ’91, global editor-in-chief and a co-founder of award-winning lifestyle media company Refinery 29, and Robert E. (Bob) Moritz ’85, global chairman of PwC, received Honorary Doctor of Humane Letters degrees on May 12 at SUNY Oswego’s 157th Commencement. Barberich started the award-winning lifestyle media company in 2005 from an

Building a Future at SUNY Oswego

Building a Future at SUNY Oswego

My first class at SUNY Oswego began on a Monday at 8 a.m.: Woods with Don Feck. I did not know it then, but this was the beginning of a lifelong friendship with an amazing mentor. Because of my previous experiences and a real love for woodworking, Mr. Feck singled me out for special projects,

Research Snapshots

People outside researching

  Cell Movement and the Spread of Cancer Supported by a $300,000 National Science Foundation grant, undergraduate researchers are working with Dr. Yulia Artemenko of SUNY Oswego’s biological sciences faculty to investigate how single cells determine where to move, which could have implications for why cancer cells metastasize—migrate away from a primary tumor. The three-year