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SUNY Oswego making plans to START-UP NY

Dec 11, 2013
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SUNY Oswego is embracing Gov. Andrew Cuomo's START-UP New York program, selecting three areas on the college's main campus as possible future business sites.

Cuomo formally launched START-UP New York in October, which offers new and expanding businesses the chance to operate on SUNY campuses tax free for ten years. The only requirements are that the company has to be able to create jobs, provide an economic boost for the community and not hurt other local companies.

Dr. Lewis B. O'Donnell Media Summit / mediasummit.org

Get in the Game! The 9th annual Dr. Lewis B. O'Donnell Media Summit occuring in Waterman Theater on the SUNY Oswego campus this November 6. This year panelists discussed the world of sports and sports broadcasting.

The full broadcast is available below:

Panelists:

John Kucko - '87

Should a ship be deliberately sunk in Lake Ontario?

Oct 4, 2013
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The possibility of deliberately sinking a ship in Lake Ontario will be discussed at a seminar Saturday at SUNY Oswego. Dave White, of New York Sea Grant, which is hosting the conference, says sinking a vessel along the shoreline would create a tourism spot for recreational divers and also provide a habitat for fish.

SUNY Oswego dedicates Shineman Center

Oct 4, 2013
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The Richard S. Shineman Center, a new science building on the SUNY Oswego campus, was dedicated on Friday, October 4. SUNY Oswego President Deborah Stanley presided over the dedication ceremony. Audio of the entire event is available below:

SUNY Oswego's new science building promotes STEM ideas

Oct 3, 2013
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Science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, education has become a focal point for schools throughout New York and the nation. At SUNY Oswego, the college's emphasis on STEM education has culminated in a $118 million four-story science building.

Oswego Police Department steps up patrols

Sep 10, 2013


While students attending SUNY Oswego continue to get settled this school year, the Oswego Police Department is using more officers and patrolmen to keep the city's quality of life high. Lt. Charles Searor says the department is also trying out a new proactive method of enforcing the law and teaching students the proper way to live in residential neighborhoods.

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SUNY Oswego is taking part in phase two of the statewide SUNY Works program, which is designed to bring together prospective employers and students through paying jobs for the students.

SUNY Oswego President Deborah Stanley says the college has already had a co-op employment program in place for several years, but says SUNY Works enhances the existing program. Stanley also says by providing students with an opportunity to make money, college becomes more affordable.

Central New York colleges win SUNY 2020 grant

Jun 5, 2013

A group of central New York public colleges is among the winners of the governor's second round of the SUNY 2020 Challenge Grant program.

The state's College of Environmental Science and Forestry, Upstate Medical University and Onondaga Community College in Syracuse and SUNY Oswego teamed up for the program.

They were awarded $15 million to start an institute of environmental health and medicine.

SUNY Oswego looks to build "innovation ecosystem"

Apr 10, 2013

It won't be a physical structure like some incubators. And it won't be trying to churn out startup businesses. Instead the incubator SUNY Oswego is launching this month will try to create an "innovation ecosystem."

Activist says the fight continues for equal pay for women

Feb 28, 2013

When President Barack Obama named the first legislation he signed into law after Lilly Ledbetter, not everyone knew her name. But, the woman who has fought for years for equal pay for women says her cause is something that affects everyone.

Oswego couple give back to SUNY and central New York

Jan 5, 2013
Shineman Foundation

SUNY Oswego recently announced that it has received the largest donation in its 150-year history. But perhaps more remarkable than the $5 million gift is the couple who it is from, and the lasting legacy to the university and the community they are creating.

SUNY Oswego has received the largest donation in its 150 year history. The gift comes from a couple who have already dedicated much of their life's work to the university.

SUNY Oswego is ready to Rock the Vote

Sep 12, 2012
Jim Russell / SUNY Oswego

The youth vote famously played a large role in Barack Obama’s victory in 2008, but one of the big questions of this year’s election is how young voter turnout will compare with that of the previous election. This year, SUNY Oswego is playing its part in helping students register to vote.

A new small business incubator is now open for business in the city of Fulton. Officials say entrepreneurship is the key to job creation in a community that’s lost thousands of good-paying jobs.

SUNY Oswego

This year’s theme is organized around Media Diversity. In particular, issues pertaining to ethnicity, gender, technology, business models, content, global and personal will be discussed.

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