Student-Created, Web-Based BusShare Tool Simplifies Transportation

Students Peterly Jean Baptiste ’18 (left) and Theresa Personna ’18

Students Peterly Jean Baptiste ’18 (left) and Theresa Personna ’18, both of whom work with SUNY Oswego’s Office of Sustainability, show the “Let us help” home page of the college’s web-based BusShare application. Award-winning brainchild of Alex Monachino ’17, who has since graduated with a degree in graphic design, BusShare provides easy-to-follow, plain-language steps for

2017 Technology Conference Showcases Innovations

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More than 100 different presenters gathered in SUNY Oswego’s Park and Wilber halls to reveal their latest innovations to students and educators alike at the 78th Technology Fall Conference on Oct. 27. Hosted by SUNY Oswego’s Department of Technology, the conference featured a Technology Innovation Showcase where current cutting-edge inventions, such as 3D printing machines,

New Digital Humanities Minor Blends Modern, Traditional Disciplines

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The computer age meets the study of traditional disciplines—literature, history, philosophy and more—in digital humanities, a new minor at SUNY Oswego. Broadly defined as a multidisciplinary, collaborative academic field that applies modern computational tools and information science to the arts, linguistics, cultural studies and others, digital humanities as a minor launched in fall 2017. Computer

O’Donnell Media Summit Tackles ‘Fake News’

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Watch the 13th Annual Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit  The 13th Annual Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit began with some ground rules about civil discourse. “We’re not all going to agree today,” said panel moderator Benita Zahn ’76, WNYT-TV news anchor in Albany, N.Y. “That’s OK. What matters is that we listen and that

Lessons from Lakers

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More than 130 alumni returned to the SUNY Oswego campus during the fall 2017 semester to participate in the Oswego Alumni Association’s award-winning Alumni-In-Residence (AIR) program, with 70 alumni representing Graduates Of the Last Decade (GOLD). More than 3,000 students attended alumni classroom visits, workshops, panel discussions and other programs that provide a forum for

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,

Alumna, Softball Star, Seeks 2020 Olympic Bid

Morgan Nandin M’17

The softball team for the South American nation of Colombia doesn’t wear green and gold, but its shortstop hopes to “Laker Up” during Olympic competition. “My Oswego players will know it’s for them when I do it wearing my Colombia colors,” said Morgan Nandin M’17, of the victorious “Laker Up” hand signal shared by Oswego