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Oswego professor partners with museum to research STEM learning in children with disabilities

February 16, 2022

Assistant professor Zachary Gold to research STEM learning in children with disabilities' in partnership with the Children's Museum of Oswego with funding provided by the Shineman Endowed fund.


Public invited to ‘Celebrate Snow’ at Rice Creek’s family-friendly outdoor winter festival

February 1, 2022

Rice Creek Field Station invites the public and members of the campus community to its free Celebrate Snow winter festival on Saturday, Feb 19 (with a severe weather date of Feb 20). The family-friendly outdoor festival (noon to 2 p.m.) will be followed by an invited lecture at 2 p.m. by Rochester Institute of Technology professor Michael Peres on “Photographing the Best Snowflakes.”


VITA free tax-preparation program returns for spring 2022

January 26, 2022

SUNY Oswego’s IRS-certified Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program will return to provide free tax assistance for the community in Oswego and Fulton this spring.


Cruisin’ the Campus returns with community offerings

December 15, 2021

SUNY Oswego resumes its variety of offerings to the community called Cruisin’ the Campus through Jan. 22.


Novelis gift to fund two new scholarships for SUNY Oswego students

December 9, 2021

Novelis, an industrial aluminum company in Oswego, donated $150,000 to SUNY Oswego to endow two scholarships for SUNY Oswego students with financial need.


UP lends helping hand to local youths in 'Shop With a Hero' event

December 6, 2021

University Police Chief Kevin Velzy and Officer Derek Wiebel were part of an effort to make holiday dreams come true to local children.


Shaun Crisler taking the wheel for spring leadership opportunity

December 3, 2021

Shaun Crisler, the college’s assistant vice president for residence life and housing, will set sail -- literally -- on a unique leadership opportunity this spring.


Focus Forward working on fall fun mentoring events

November 9, 2021

Focus Forward, a program where Oswego students serve as mentors to youth throughout Oswego County, is off and rolling through the fall season with fun activities for its partners.


National Grid grant supports college's KidsTech Programs

October 25, 2021

More schoolchildren will have access to engaging, hands-on learning experiences in STEM curriculum, and SUNY Oswego technology education students will learn how to deliver this content in person and remotely, thanks to a charitable grant provided by National Grid to Oswego KidsTech.


College, United Way, Elks team up to collect toys, food, supplies

October 12, 2021

SUNY Oswego’s SEFA (State Employees Federated Appeal) and the United Way of Greater Oswego County are teaming up with the Oswego Elks Lodge again as a dropoff point for this year’s Holiday Toy, Food, and Pet Supply Drive.