More than 150 Oswego upperclassmen networked with more than 35 alumni professionals at the annual New York City Career Connections event Jan. 10 at the Fashion Institute of Technology in Manhattan.
Citigroup’s Marcia Thompson-Young ’81 delivered a keynote speech at the networking event, which followed a series of alumni-hosted day visits around the city.
Doreen Mochrie ’85, seated at left, hosted an afternoon session at Perry Capital for students interested in finance. Marcia Belmar Willock ’50 Professor of Finance Mary Tone Rodgers is seated at right.
New York City Career Connections is a career networking program of the Oswego Alumni Association and receives support from The Fund for Oswego.
The School of Education will establish an innovative teacher training pilot program in nine high-need secondary schools in Oswego County, Syracuse and New York City.
Sometimes, late at night, Capt. Joe Liselli ’87 would go up to the roof of the FDNY Ten House for a view of “the pit.”
Saawan Pathange M ’02 and Pei-Chang “Jessie” Wu M ’03 traveled the world to meet, fatefully, at SUNY Oswego. Specifically, their world-class romance developed in Penfield Library.
The Oswego College Foundation leadership welcomed its newest member recently.
Robert E. Moritz ’85, chairman and senior partner of the U.S. firm of PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP, has been named to the Oswego College Foundation Board of Directors. He will serve a term ending June 30, 2013.
In honor of her achievements in sports broadcasting, Linda Cohn ’81 recently was inducted into the CableFAX Programming Hall of Fame.
They say music is the universal language. From Oswego venues like
the DK house or The Patch to a ’70s revue tour of Germany to special events on the U.S. East Coast, Matthew Cutillo ’95 has been making beautiful music in more than one language.