Dr. Josephine Ferazzoli Farrell ’71 M’79 CAS’81

Dr. Josephine Ferazzoli Farrell ’71 M’79 CAS’81 visited the Grand Canyon in June 2017.

For Dr. Josephine Ferazzoli Farrell ’71 M’79 CAS’81, retirement is a time to travel and stay connected with students by teaching online classes. “I probably will never fully retire,” she said. Dr. Farrell was interviewed on the road—just four days after her husband, Tim, retired from a 39-year career at Ferazzoli & Farrell Jewelers in Fulton, N.Y.

Wedding Album

Bardin-Dreher Wedding

Bunker-Harris Bardin-Dreher DiFlorio-Steenbergh Moran-Jacobowitz Newlyweds: Send us your Oswego wedding photo and caption! Email to alumni@oswego.edu.

Reunion 2017

Reunion 2017

Some folks like to get away, take a holiday from the neighborhood. Hop a flight to Port City along Lake Ontario or take a Greyhound on the Oswego River line…I’m in an Oswego State of Mind… More than 1,200 alumni and friends headed for the shores of Lake Ontario and their beloved lakeside campus to

Eichhorn Named Dean of Graduate Studies

Dr. Kristen Campbell Eichhorn

Dr. Kristen Campbell Eichhorn, a former Presidential Faculty Fellow and chair of communication studies, became dean of graduate studies, effective July 1. Recently completing an American Council on Education Fellowship at Cornell University, Eichhorn succeeds Dr. Mary C. Toale, interim dean of the Division of Graduate Studies since December, who returns to her role as

Jumping In

Jumping In

Rebecca Howe ’16 Public Relations Student Programs Beneficiary, Merit Scholarship Recipient, OSWEGO Alumni Magazine/OAA Intern Fueling the flame: Unrestricted Gifts, The Fund for Oswego “I knew the moment I stepped onto the Oswego campus that my life was going to change. I was ready to join clubs, meet new people, experience what Oswego offers and

Students Harvest Rich Experiences in Courses with Travel

Students Harvest Rich Experiences in Courses with Travel

Angela Tylock ’17 knew she wanted to study abroad, but where did she want to go and for how long? “When I looked into it, I discovered that I could do three, quarter courses to three different locations for the same cost as one semester in one place,” she said on a study abroad panel,

Seniors Celebrate Welcome Back Picnic

Seniors Celebrate Welcome Back Picnic

Senior Class Planning Committee Members (from left) Emily Pease ’16, Rachel Long ’17, Mary Kate Harrigan ’17 and Dorothy Davis ’17 welcomed more than 90 classmates to the Senior Picnic on Sept. 22. SUNY Oswego staff members from a variety of offices were on hand to help students prepare for their final year on campus,

President’s Desk

President Deborah F. Stanley

In 2016, we are filled with pride, making history on many fronts. In June, we completed With Passion & Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego, raising more than $43 million and surpassing our most ambitious goal in college history by $3.48 million. This is the largest completed campaign among all SUNY comprehensive colleges, and the

Milestone Moments

Milestone Moments

July 1, 2011 With Passion & Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego began. May 2012 The college received a $5 million anonymous bequest to support the Possibility Scholars. December 2012 Shineman Foundation announced its $5 million gift to the college. March 2013 March Matchness challenger and former Oswego Alumni Association (OAA) Board Member Nancy Smith

Above and Beyond!

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Above and Beyond! $43,483,781 About the Campaign In 2011, SUNY Oswego embarked on a historic journey to raise $40 million, the largest fundraising initiative by any SUNY comprehensive college. Under the leadership of President Deborah F. Stanley and inspired by the college’s Tomorrow strategic plan, the campaign engaged the entire Oswego family. The Oswego College