The term “video game” might conjure up images of space invaders, barrel-flinging apes or a pair of super brothers: kids’ stuff.
Differentiate yourself, take more risks, and remember that hard work is only the baseline for success. These were some of the nuggets of advice Lois Frankel ’73 imparted to a packed Campus Center auditorium in an Oct. 6 talk.
Thinking outside the box helped David Troilo ’80 create an interdisciplinary major that combined his interest in psychology with animal behavior and neuroscience. The freedom Oswego gave him to create his own course of study allowed him to go on to graduate study and a successful career in developmental visual neuroscience.