SUNY Oswego News

Tue Sep 13, 2016
SUNY Oswego rises sharply in U.S. News rankings

SUNY Oswego jumps to 44th place in U.S. News & World Report rankings—a 14-place rise—in the list of 2017 Top Regional Universities in the North.

Tue Oct 25, 2016
Playwright of 'X' to speak Nov. 7 in Living Writers Series

Award-winning playwright and poet Marcus Gardley, working on a play that will stage this spring at SUNY Oswego and around the nation about the life and death of Malcolm X, will speak at 3 p.m. Monday, Nov. 7, in Marano Campus Center auditorium in the college’s Living Writers Series.

Mon Oct 24, 2016
National campaign to boost study abroad recognizes Oswego's effort

SUNY Oswego has achieved its commitment—among the first colleges and universities in the nation to do so—to significantly boost the number and diversity of its students in study abroad, thanks in part to its participation in a national campaign to help higher education institutions set clear goals and measurable actions in study abroad engagement.

Mon Oct 24, 2016
SUNY Oswego Homecoming celebration set Nov. 4-5

SUNY Oswego reinstituted a Homecoming celebration in 2015, and decided it was so successful that the 2016 celebration has been expanded to two days.

Mon Oct 24, 2016
Chronicler of Muslim experience to keynote college's global conference

TED Fellow and independent filmmaker Bassam Tariq will make a free presentation titled “The Global Muslim’s Dilemma” at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in SUNY Oswego’s Marano Campus Center auditorium to keynote the college’s annual Hart Global Awareness Conference.

Thu Oct 20, 2016
'Marriage of Figaro' to return opera to modernized Waterman Theatre

SUNY Oswego will welcome Oswego Opera Theater back to modernized and renovated Waterman Theatre at 2 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 13, with Mozart’s timeless comic opera “The Marriage of Figaro.”

Thu Oct 20, 2016
Land, sky, water to blend in exhibition of landscapes

Painting by Joan ApplebaumSUNY Oswego will host “Land, Sky, Water: Watercolor, Acrylic and Pastel,”  an exhibition by artist Joan Applebaum opening Friday, Nov. 4, at Oswego State Downtown as part of SUNY Oswego’s Downtown Artists Series.

Thu Oct 20, 2016
Professor co-edits book examining global business incubation

Dr. Sarfraz Mian, professor of marketing and management in SUNY Oswego’s School of Business, joined two co-editors of a new book to take a global view of business incubation, using case studies to describe how technology business incubators by any name—accelerators, science parks, maker spaces—have evolved and gained traction as economic development drivers around the world.

Mon Oct 17, 2016
Tyler Hall open houses to celebrate renovated arts building

A pair of open houses on Oct. 28 and 29 will welcome the public to a recent renaissance for some of the most popular spaces in SUNY Oswego’s renovated arts building, Tyler Hall.

Sun Oct 16, 2016

Dear Students, Parents, and Members of the Campus Community,

Earlier this morning, SUNY Oswego issued a NY-Alert informing our campus of an incident that occurred outside of Shineman Center involving the stabbing of one of our students. I am writing to provide you with an update of the situation.

First and foremost, our student is in stable condition at Upstate University Hospital recovering from his wounds. His injuries are not life threatening.

I commend our University Police for their prompt response to the incident and the work already taking place in the investigation of this assault. University Police Chief John Rossi has shared with me that after assessing the known facts at this time, there is no reason to believe there is any current danger on our campus. Chief Rossi also indicated the suspects (four men and one woman who drove off in a dark colored 4-door Honda) are believed to be from outside the Oswego community and have very likely left the area. 

Please know, however, that we are committed to the safety of the SUNY Oswego family. Our University Police is focused on chasing down leads and, as a measure of heightened safety and security, has called in additional officers to patrol the campus and its perimeters today.

We will continue to communicate with witnesses who were present or connected to the fight/assault this morning, as well as reach out to those who attended last night’s off-campus event at the American Legion, where it is believed the incident initially started.

As the investigation continues and we seek answers to this morning’s assault, I urge all members of our campus community to be supportive of one another. It is imperative to remember that our campus is home to all of our members from many different backgrounds, and by demonstrating our respect, concern and understanding for each other we live our best lives and help our campus stay safe and strong.

I will provide an update to the campus community as additional information becomes available. In the meantime, I encourage anyone with additional information to please contact State University Police at 315-312-5555 or use the department’s electronic tip line


Deborah F. Stanley

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