Oswego’s theatre department is known for a being a close-knit group, with graduates helping each other advance their careers long after graduation.
Professor of Theatre Mark Cole ’73 and actress Robin Curtis ’78 are teaming up to stage “Speaking of Sheldon…” a reader’s theatre adaptation of The Autobiography of Edward Austin Sheldon, which will premiere at Waterman Theatre in Tyler Hall, Feb. 25 and 26.
As an ESPN anchor, Steve Levy ’87 is used to getting some of the hottest tickets around — Super Bowls, World Series, you name it. But he showed seniors at the annual Commencement Eve Dinner his “golden ticket” — saved for three decades — a letter dated March 2, 1983, confirming his admission into SUNY Oswego.
Capt. Shari Holtzclaw Kirshner ’76 was just looking for some help with graduate school tuition when she joined the military reserves. Some 33 years later, she retired from a career with the U.S. Navy Medical Service Corps.
Oswego’s School of Communication, Media and the Arts is offering a new interdisciplinary graduate certificate in integrated media and social networks.
Cheryl Groce-Wright ’82 hopes her long run in Ghana goes a long way in helping the country get healthy.
“I’ve been on a mission,” Groce-Wright said.
In honor of her achievements in sports broadcasting, Linda Cohn ’81 recently was inducted into the CableFAX Programming Hall of Fame.
SUNY Oswego’s new interdisciplinary minor in audio design and production aims to meet student and industry demand while broadening opportunities for students.
Acting instructor Shannon Penrod-Miller ’84 and director Kevin Kennison ’82 share some performance movement tips during Summerfame on the Oswego campus.