SUNY Oswego Recognizes 2017 Graduates in Three Ceremonies

SUNY Oswego Recognizes 2017 Graduates in Three Ceremonies

  SUNY Oswego awarded nearly 2,100 undergraduate and graduate degrees during the May 13 Commencement ceremonies. The following featured speakers addressed the 2017 graduates during three ceremonies: Dr. Vincent Intondi M’03, associate professor of history and director of the Institute for Race, Justice and Community Engagement at Montgomery College in Takoma Park, Md., for the College of

Commencement Speakers Include Honorary Degree Recipient John McHugh

Commencement Speakers Include Honorary Degree Recipient John McHugh

Former U.S. Secretary of the Army John M. McHugh received an honorary Doctor of Laws from the State University of New York on May 14 at SUNY Oswego’s 155th Commencement ceremony before delivering his address to the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences graduates. Melanie Littlejohn, National Grid’s regional executive director for Upstate New York,

Alumna Encourages Grads to Pursue Their Dream Job

Cathleen Richards ’09 tells the 2014 Commencement Eve Dessert Reception attendees that the seeds for all of her successes were planted at SUNY Oswego.

Cathleen Richards ’09 remembers waking up to the sounds of Italian pop music one morning and realizing that she has her dream job. “It’s been five years since I was sitting where you are now, and though it took longer than I thought, I have my dream job,” Richards, an Oswego Alumni Association board member,