Leigh Wilson Named SUNY Distinguished Service Professor
The State University of New York recognized Leigh Wilson as a Distinguished Service Professor, one of the SUNY system’s highest honors.
In addition to being an award-winning fiction writer, highly regarded teacher and chair of Oswego’s English and creative writing department, Wilson also directs the college’s creative writing program, campus-wide Grand Challenge’s Fresh Water for All initiative, the Digital Oz storytelling project and, until recently, the Interdisciplinary Programs and Activities Center.
Wilson began teaching at SUNY Oswego in 1984, and her service bridges her scholarship and teaching, establishing and building connections across disciplines, among students and with the broader community.
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