The online edition of OSWEGO alumni magazine, Oswego’s online annual report and a video promoting the theatre and music departments’ production of “Grease” were recognized in the 2012 APEX Awards for Publication Excellence competition, which highlights work by professional communicators across North America.
For the second straight year, SUNY Oswego appeared among the select group of schools named to the U.S. President’s Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll with Distinction — a list Oswego has made every year since its 2006 debut.
President Deborah F. Stanley has announced the appointment of Lorrie Clemo to the position of provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Oswego is launching the SUNY system’s first multiple-major co-op program, which can place students into full-time paying jobs for up to six months.
The leaders of Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in Hangzhou, China, and SUNY Oswego have signed a “two-plus-two” agreement to jointly deliver bachelor’s degrees to Chinese students in three majors: business administration, human resource management and marketing.
SUNY Oswego’s student chapter of Beta Alpha Psi in the School of Business recently received one of four $5,000 ethics awards presented by Grant Thornton LLP, an audit, tax and advisory organization.
U.S. News Media Group counts SUNY Oswego among the top public regional universities in the North for 2012 and Princeton Review included Oswego in The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2012 Edition.
Oswego students Earl Bellinger ’12 and Janet Buckner ’12 eagerly tell how their summer 2010 work at the college’s global laboratories in Brazil studying the stars and surveying wildlife has opened opportunities for them as future scientists.
SUNY Oswego showed its green and gold colors once again as the new Village townhouse complex was recognized for its energy efficient design in January.
“Not everybody gets to say that they worked with a Nobel Prize winner,” said Michael Plante M ’75. He is one of more than a dozen chemistry students of Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus Augustine Silveira from the 1970s to 1990s who can say just that.