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Nov 2013 

 

News

Ninth Annual Media Summit Brings Top Communications Professionals to SUNY Oswego
For most college students, 8 a.m. comes too early, prompting a slap of the alarm clock snooze button. But for the 130 SUNY Oswego students in business attire who showed up to meet with ESPN “SportsCenter” anchor and Oswego alumnus Steve Levy ’87 on November 6, the day couldn’t get here soon enough.

Legacy Reception Brings Together Alumni Parents and their Oswego Students
Nearly 20 families of SUNY Oswego alumni who currently have children attending the college participated in the annual Legacy Reception during Friends and Family Weekend 2013 in October. 

Grant Boosting Locally Grown Produce Bountiful for Students, Farmers
SUNY Oswego’s decade-old, farm-to-campus food program put it in the company of three other state campuses that will work toward promoting locally grown vegetables and the sustainability of healthy, local foods at all SUNY institutions.

School of Business Makes National 'Best' List for 10th Year
Oswego’s School of Business appears on Princeton Review’s 2014 list of the nation’s most outstanding MBA-granting business schools, the 10th consecutive year the school has achieved this distinction.

College Names New Vice President
President Deborah F. Stanley has announced the appointment of Jerald Woolfolk Adley as vice president for student affairs and enrollment management, effective Jan. 1, 2014.

New Bus Service from Campus
College Express is now offering service from SUNY Oswego to New Jersey, New York City and Long Island. This service will run both directions during Thanksgiving, Winter Recess and Spring Break. See the schedule.

A.S.K. for Career Help
If your student is looking for help in exploring a career, the Oswego Alumni Association has help. Our A.S.K. (Alumni Sharing Knowledge) program links current students with alumni mentors who can answer questions about a career, offer a job-shadowing experience or help make connections. Your student can be part of Oswego's powerful 78,000-member alumni network.

Graduate School
Is your son or daughter considering grad school? SUNY Oswego offers more than 30 graduate degree and certificate programs designed to launch students into successful careers. With classes available on campus, online and at the Metro Center in Syracuse, students can earn their degree at their convenience. Browse our programs or apply today.