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Month-long event offers creative activities, celebrates women

March 3, 2021

SUNY Oswego will continue its emphasis on diversity and equality through the month of March, while providing opportunities for creativity, with Penfield Library’s annual Maker Madness event.


Faculty, alumna provide insights for story about COVID impact on children

February 25, 2021

Two SUNY Oswego faculty members and one alumna were featured on a special CNYCentral extended segment on the mental health impact of COVID-19 on children.


STEM 4 Kids, Young Inventors student teachers give, learn virtual lessons

January 8, 2021

Technology education students and schoolchildren recently had the opportunity to connect for hands-on lessons via the first-ever virtual STEM 4 Kids and Young Inventors programs.


SEFA campaign overcomes challenges to meet goal for community causes

January 5, 2021

Despite having to rewrite almost everything in 2020, the college’s State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA) campaign relied on campus generosity and innovative ideas to exceed its annual goal and provide support to many organizations and individuals in the community.


Virtual Teddy Bear Toss to support local families

November 25, 2020

SUNY Oswego’s SEFA (State Employees Federated Appeal) campaign and the Oswego State Blueline Club will team up for the first ever Virtual Teddy Bear Toss to put toys into the hands of local families in need.


Faculty member again collecting cards for mass shooting victims, families

November 11, 2020

Jaclyn Schildkraut, an associate professor of criminal justice at SUNY Oswego who specializes on the topic of mass shootings, is again collecting holiday cards in support of families impacted by these tragedies.


Faculty discuss mental health topics on K-Rock

October 14, 2020

Counseling and psychological services faculty members Sarah F. Spiegelhoff, Jason T. Duffy and Tiphanie Gonzalez recently appeared on Central New York's K-Rock radio to discuss mental health in these times as well as how to become a mental health counselor through Oswego.


Rice Creek, Canal Forest Restoration Project offering trees to public; seeking help collecting seeds

October 2, 2020

A partnership between SUNY Oswego's Rice Creek Field Station and the Canal Forest Restoration Project (CFRP) is on a mission to restore native tree species to New York State’s canal region, seeking help from the public in receiving and planting trees, as well as collecting specific seeds.


Business faculty part of large PPE collection, donation effort

August 28, 2020

School of Business faculty members June Dong and Hong Wan were among 11 Chinese-American residents of the Fayetteville and Manlius area who spearheaded a drive to collect more than 45,000 pieces of personal protective equipment (PPE) to support over 40 Central New York organizations.


WRVO earns several honors, including Regional Edward R. Murrow Award

May 21, 2020

The SUNY Oswego-based National Public Radio affiliate WRVO Public Media recently earned a variety of honors, including a prestigious Regional Edward R. Murrow Award.