Wedding Album

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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,

The Gift of Possibilities: Sisters Name Scholarship in Tribute to Parents

In 1970, Marcia Osterhout Kees ’74 (left) and Donna Osterhout Davenport ’71 with their parents, Marjorie and Ralph.

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

Grant Helps Student Researchers Gain Skills Studying Skulls of Ancient Animals

Zoology major Meghan Gillen ’15 ’18

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

Scholarships Create an Extended Family of Education

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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,

Oswego Families Celebrate Laker Heritage at Alumni Legacy Reception

Oswego Families Celebrate Laker  Heritage at Alumni Legacy Reception

  View the full photo gallery here The green and gold runs deep in the Drake family, and on Oct. 21, three generations of Drakes gathered at the Alumni Legacy Reception at King Alumni Hall to flip through old yearbooks and swap stories of their Oswego days. The youngest in the Oswego line of Drakes,

Grand Challenges Project Focuses On ‘Fresh Water for All’

Faculty from all disciplines are encouraged to connect their students to the Grand Challenge topic, “Fresh Water for All,” and micro-grants will be given for creative classroom projects tied to the theme.

“Fresh Water for All,” the college’s first Grand Challenges Project, launches next fall, aiming to magnify the strengths of SUNY Oswego with a cross-discipline approach that makes substantial impacts on this imperative global issue. College President Deborah F. Stanley set the tone in a campus-wide announcement: “The Grand Challenges Project will give Oswego students, faculty

Award-Winning Diversity Support

Jerald Woolfolk (left), vice president of student affairs and enrollment management, and Oswego history faculty member Gwen Kay

SUNY Oswego and its vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, Dr. Jerald Woolfolk, recently earned State University-wide awards—the first time they were ever bestowed—as the SUNY Diversity Conference recognized their years-long commitment to fostering diversity, inclusion and social justice at the college. The institutional Diversity, Inclusion and Social Justice Award recognized SUNY Oswego,

Faculty Hall of Fame: Dr. George Koenig

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Growing up in a bilingual home with his parents who had emigrated from Germany, George Koenig seamlessly moved between English and German in his conversations. Today, he continues to mix both languages into his conversations with his wife, Heike ’87, a native of Germany. “I joke that I am going to record our conversations to

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

Oswego Matters By Executive Director Betsy Oberst

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By Executive Director Betsy Oberst Last summer, the Oswego Alumni Association Inc. conducted a comprehensive voluntary survey of our 84,000+ alumni to explore your views and opinions of the Oswego Alumni Association’s and SUNY Oswego’s correspondence and engagement with you, along with your feedback on the college’s image. For those of you who participated, thank