A new minor in sustainability studies lends energy and coordination to a wide variety of courses that feature ideas, projects and policies for better stewardship of the world.
Todd Pagano ’96 isn’t trying to win awards.
The art department this fall rolled out a new minor in photography that offers a 21-credit focus to a popular medium among students.
When Fehmi Damkaci peers at the computer monitor next to the gleaming electron gun of the college’s new scanning electron microscope, he sees the future — a vital piece of equipment for the sciences and their new home.
Oswego’s New mayor has witnessed the city through the decades as a native son, college student and professional. Now Tom Gillen ’72 is eager to help move it into a new age.
Two Oswego professors will take their expertise abroad as Fulbright scholars this year.
Wendy Paterson ’09, a former Outstanding Senior Award recipient, is currently pursuing a remarkable career in varying locales.
When Paul ’65 and Chrystal Laird Cardinali ’64 vacation in Cape Cod each spring, they hope for nice weather. Of course, “nice” is a relative term.]
Ben Hurst ’10 made up his mind — he wasn’t going to make sandwiches anymore.