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.
For the seventh consecutive year, Oswego’s School of Business has earned a place among The Best 300 Business Schools, the Princeton Review’s annual guide to the top graduate business schools.
Oswego College Foundation Board of Directors meeting**
Senior Week activities*
School of Business Alumni Reception, New York City*
School of Communication, Media
and the Arts Alumni Reception,
New York City*
May 13 Torchlight Ceremony*
Oswego’s Sesquicentennial Reunion, kicking off a yearlong celebration of the college’s founding*
Oswego Alumni Association annual member meeting*
Washington, D.C., alumni event*
Alumni Harborfest Housing*
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A new online MBA program at oswego.edu/mba enables students as diverse as soldiers at Fort Drum, busy professionals around New York state and Oswego alumni from Pennsylvania to India to obtain their master’s degrees in business administration.
Gordon Lenz ’58 was a young teacher just a year out of Oswego when his infant daughter became ill. In order to supplement his starting teacher’s salary to pay medical bills, Lenz went to work selling insurance part time.
An alumni connection meant the world to an Oswego senior looking for experience in the fast-paced field of executive recruiting. Fabian Loeprick ’10 interned this summer at Korn/Ferry International’s Washington, D.C., offices, thanks to Nels Olson ’89, managing director of the Eastern Region and a member of the board and CEO and corporate affairs practices at KFI.