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Retiring Brad Korbesmeyer honored after setting the stage for student writers

June 17, 2020

After nearly three decades of teaching, mentoring and helping build stronger writers, Brad Korbesmeyer recently retired from the English and creative writing faculty -- with an honor that will carry on his legacy.


Students march for Black Lives Matter in support of positive change and reform

June 15, 2020

The SUNY Oswego Student Association and Black Student Union, working with local organization Accept Oswego, organized a peaceful protest in support of Black Lives Matter on Sunday (June 14) across the campus and city.


Oswego’s efforts highlighted during SUNY Accessibility Week

June 11, 2020

Oswego’s many avenues toward digital accessibility were prominently featured as part of SUNY Accessibility Week, and received prominent praise from the system.


Finance class unanimously passes certification exam

June 3, 2020

In an important step toward standing out in the job market, students in SUNY Oswego's spring 2020 Finance 442 “Commercial Credit Analysis” class all passed a key professional certification exam.


Virtual celebrations honor Oswego’s Class of 2020

June 1, 2020

President Deborah F. Stanley and the SUNY Oswego campus community recently honored and recognized the accomplishments of the Class of 2020 via virtual Torchlight and Graduation celebrations.


Kari Henry earns Alumni Association’s Outstanding Senior Award

May 22, 2020

Academic excellence and a range of involvement have earned Kari Henry of Brooklyn the Oswego Alumni Association’s 2020 Outstanding Senior Award.


Notes From Home: Anna Chichester #OzGrad2020

May 13, 2020

Senior public relations and theatre major Anna Chichester on how internships, study abroad and student involvement enhanced her Oswego experience.


Laura Halferty earns Provost’s Award for Teaching Excellence

May 12, 2020

Laura Halferty, an adjunct professor in the English and creative writing department, recently earned the Provost’s Award for Teaching Excellence for her encouraging, versatile and creativity-cultivating style.


Laker Live initiative to allow community to share expertise, connect

May 6, 2020

Laker Live, a new initiative sponsored by the college’s Office of Diversity and Inclusion, will represent an opportunity for the campus community to share their talents and stay connected with one another.


Notes From Home: Counseling Services mental wellness tips

May 6, 2020

The Counseling Services Center staff and students offer helpful and heartfelt tips and thoughts on how to maintain mental wellness as we work toward the end of the semester.