Math gave Christine (né Huong) Do ’80 a common language to share with her peers and Oswego’s pioneer computer science program gave her a place to excel.
SUNY Oswego has long distinguished itself as a center for hands-on learning. That tradition continues as the School of Business and the Oswego College Foundation are providing $100,000 for the student-run Investment Club to purchase S&P 500 securities.
With her sorority and in the classroom, Deyadira “Betty” Diaz ’02 took several steps forward at Oswego. In fact, student step dancing earned her an award and spot on the national team after graduation.
Jerry Jones ’67, M ’71 is driven by faith. And faith has driven him in some interesting directions over the years: a teacher, a taxman, a caregiver, a world traveler.
The stories are out there: in Brooklyn, in Atlanta, in San Francisco, in Mesilla, N.M., and in tiny Upstate New York towns like Rensselaer Falls.
On the seventh floor of an aging West 52nd Street building, on folding tables, corkboards and floors, they are creating.
A legendary soccer coach and revered professor emeritus, the late Ernest B. Luongo made a difference on the field and in his classroom. Professor Emeritus Harry Nash and former player Dan Scaia ’68 have joined with the Luongo family to ensure his legacy is preserved at Oswego with the Ernest B. Luongo Memorial Scholarship.
After 59 years of marriage, Ken ’54 and Anne MacDonald Sherman ’53 had amassed quite a collection of anniversary gifts. In fact, in recent years they requested friends and family to donate to a favorite charity as a gift to them.