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SATURDAY, DECEMBER 14, 2019 MARANO CAMPUS CENTER STATE UNIVERSITY OF NEW YORK AT OSWEGO DECEMBER TWO-THOUSAND NINETEEN Commencement

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Contents The Ceremony The Program .............................................................................................. 2 The Procession .......................................................................................... 3 Officers of the College .............................................................................. 4 Commencement Speaker ........................................................................ 6 Student Speaker ........................................................................................ 6 Alumni Banner Presenter ........................................................................ 6 SUNY Chancellor’s Award Recipients .................................................... 7 Academic Traditions ................................................................................ 8 SUNY Distinguished Faculty .................................................................. 9 Retiring Faculty and Professional Staff ................................................. 9 State University of New York Board of Trustees .................................... 9 State University of New York at Oswego College Council .................... 9 Honor Organizations .............................................................................. 10 College Honors Program ....................................................................... 11 Honors Programs .................................................................................... 11 Military Science ...................................................................................... 11 Division of Extended Learning ............................................................. 11 Degree Conferral Graduate Degree Candidates ................................................................ 12 Undergraduate Degree Candidates College of Liberal Arts and Sciences ................................................. 14 School of Business ............................................................................... 16 School of Communication, Media and the Arts .............................. 18 School of Education ............................................................................. 19 Class of 2019 Senior Class Gifts ............................................................ 20 Public Ceremonies Committee ............................................................ 23 Special Thanks ....................................................................................... 23 Visitor Information ................................................................................ 24 Alma Mater .............................................................................. back cover The College Medallion

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2 The Program Order of Exercises Prelude Juan F. La Manna, Organist Processional* Juan F. La Manna, Organist Selections from Pomp and Circumstance by Edward Elgar Convening of December Commencement Lisa Glidden National Anthem Led by Michael Sova Introduction of Platform Party Lisa Glidden Greetings Darlene Baker Takeena Strachan Recognition of SUNY Chancellor’s Award Recipients Scott Furlong Recognition of Retiring Faculty & Professional Sta Scott Furlong Commencement Speaker Marnie LaVigne Recognition of Honor Students Scott Furlong Conferring of Graduate Degrees Deborah F. Stanley Recognition of Graduates* Kristen Eichhorn Conferring of Undergraduate Degrees Deborah F. Stanley Recognition of Undergraduates* Kristin Croyle Prabakar Kothandaraman Julie Pretzat Pamela A. Michel Alumni Banner Presentation Mary Canale Elizabeth Tzivas Charge to Graduates Deborah F. Stanley Alma Mater Led by Michael Sova Adjournment of December Commencement Lisa Glidden Recessional** Juan F. La Manna, Organist Selections from La Vaillance by Georg Philipp Telemann Readers Sandy Bargainnier, Professor, Department of Health Promotion and Wellness Andrea Pagano, Instructor, Department of Accounting, Finance, and Law In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. * Families and guests are requested to hold their applause until all names have been read. ** Audience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty, and platform party recess. All graduates, family members, guests, faculty and staff are invited to attend a reception immediately following the ceremony in the Marano Campus Center.

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3 Honors Marshals Evelyn Clark Benavides Associate Professor Department of Sociology Cheryl Beck Adjunct Instructor Department of Curriculum and Instruction Undergraduate Marshals Steven Abraham Professor Department of Marketing and Management Robert Zuber Adjunct Professor Department of Computer Science Morgan Bond Senior Assistant Librarian Penfield Library Ritu Radhakrishnan Associate Professor Department of Curriculum and Instruction Graduate Marshals Michael LeBlanc Professor Department of Counseling and Psychological Services James Weinschreider Assistant Professor Department of Technology Faculty Marshals Mark Hardy Professor Department of Technology Hema Rao Professor Department of Accounting, Finance and Law PLATFORM PARTY Mace Bearer Lisa Glidden Chairperson Faculty Assembly Takeena Strachan President Student Association Kristin Croyle Dean College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Prabakar Kothandaraman Dean School of Business Julie Pretzat Dean School of Communication, Media and the Arts Pamela A. Michel Dean School of Education Jill Pippin Dean Extended Learning Kristen Eichhorn Dean Graduate Studies Mary Canale Vice President Development and Alumni Relations Nicholas A. Lyons Vice President Administration and Finance Jerri Howland Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Rodmon King Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer Scott Furlong Provost, Vice President for Academic Affairs Darlene Baker Member College Council Michael Goldych Member College Council Marnie LaVigne Commencement Speaker Deborah F. Stanley President The Procession The procession begins with the entrance of the chair of the Faculty Assembly bearing the college mace, followed by the retiring faculty and professional sta, summa cum laude graduates leading the undergraduate candidates, graduate candidates, the emeriti faculty, and faculty led by marshals who escort them to special seating areas. When they have taken their places, the platform party enters. The president of the college concludes the procession wearing the college medallion.

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4 Deborah F. Stanley President President Stanley is the 10th President of SUNY Oswego. Her tenure has been driven by bold and inclusive leadership and a broad vision resulting in increased academic excellence, campus renewal, and successful fundraising. Under her leadership, new programs such as electrical and computer engineering, human-computer interaction, biomedical and health informatics, and the online MBA programs were established. She pioneered the Oswego Guarantee and the $300 Graduation Return on Investment. Her ambitious campus-wide renewal plan encompasses hundreds of millions of dollars in renovations and construction, including the environmentally designated LEED Gold Shineman Center, the modernization of the college’s arts building Tyler Hall; and the recently renovated Wilber Hall, marking the centralization of all School of Education departments under one, contiguous roof. She earned a baccalaureate degree with honors, and a juris doctor degree from Syracuse University. Scott Furlong Provost; Vice President for Academic Affairs The college’s chief academic officer, Furlong joined the Oswego family in July 2017. Furlong is responsible for leadership of all instructional and academic programs, overseeing more than 100 academic programs in the college’s four schools with more than 550 faculty, as well as a range of academic support staff and offerings. A renowned public policy scholar and co-author of two books, Furlong has led and championed efforts around student success, integrating the ideals of a liberal arts education into all curriculum, and facilitating activities that bridge curricular and co-curricular learning. He earned his bachelor of arts degree in government from St. Lawrence University, and his master of public administration and Ph.D. in political science from American University. Mary Canale Vice President for Development and Alumni Relations Canale came to Oswego in 1996 as the coordinator of the Oswego State Fall Classic. She later became assistant director of development and, in 2002, instituted the major gifts program before becoming associate vice president for development. A 1981 alumna, Canale was integral to the success of both of the college’s comprehensive fundraising campaigns as well as the Possibility and Marano Scholars programs. Appointed vice president for development and alumni relations and executive director of the Oswego College Foundation in 2016, Canale serves as the college’s principal fundraiser and has helped to achieve unprecedented growth in the school’s endowment, which consistently shows stronger returns than peers. She is a member of the Association of Fundraising Professionals and the Council for Advancement and Support of Education. Rodmon C. King Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer King is responsible for implementing the college’s strategic diversity and inclusion goals, while leading the cultivation, enhancement and promotion of an environment of equity and inclusion for all. Working at Oswego since July 2018, he provides counsel on all matters pertaining to diversity and inclusive excellence. King previously excelled as associate vice president for academic affairs and diversity initiatives at Centre College in Kentucky. Prior to that, King was a philosophy faculty member at Hobart and William Smith Colleges in Geneva. King received his doctorate and master’s degrees in philosophy from the University of Rochester and a bachelor of art degree in religion and philosophy from Roberts Wesleyan College. Nicholas A. Lyons Vice President for Administration and Finance As SUNY Oswego’s officer in charge of financial operations and facilities, Lyons has overseen 16 years of construction and renovation that have gone far in transforming the campus. He has served the State University since 1978, having worked previously as assistant vice president for administration at SUNY New Paltz, as university internal control officer and in several administrative positions at System Administration and the Research Foundation of SUNY. He holds degrees in business administration from SUNY Morrisville and SUNY Plattsburgh. At Oswego, he oversees finance, student accounts, human resources, environmental health and safety, University Police, physical plant, facilities services and construction and purchasing. Jerri Howland Vice President for Student Affairs and Enrollment Management Howland was named vice president in 2019 after serving as interim vice president in fall 2018. In this leadership post, she oversees all student affairs operations and activities. Howland began serving as associate vice president of student affairs and dean of students at Oswego in 2014, supervising several units including campus life (student involvement, intramurals and recreation, event management) and student conduct. She assisted in enhancing student life programming and services on campus to foster increased student success. Howland previously served as dean of students and assistant dean for campus life at Rhode Island School of Design. Her entire career has been dedicated to higher education in various student life, support and student development positions. She earned a Ph.D. in student affairs administration and research from the University of Iowa; master of arts from Southeast Missouri State University; and bachelor of science from Frostburg State University. Officers of the College

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5 Pamela A. Michel Dean, School of Education Michel previously served as chair of the curriculum and instruction department and taught in the graduate literacy program. She earned her bachelor’s in music and education from Elmira College and a master’s and Ph.D. in reading and language arts from Syracuse University. She is the author of the book “The Child’s View of Reading: Understandings for Teachers and Parents,” as well as many other publications contributing to the field of literacy. She has presented widely at local, regional, state, national and international levels throughout her career on issues related to evaluation of reading difficulties, future directions of literacy clinics and children’s perceptions of reading. Julie Pretzat Dean, School of Communication, Media and the Arts Pretzat became dean in 2015 after serving as the school’s first associate dean. Previously she chaired Oswego’s music department and served as interim chair of theatre. While a music professor, she received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Teaching. She has organized and conducted hundreds of performances by community and college choral groups and has collaborated with college, community and professional choral, musical theater and opera groups throughout Central New York, and currently is artistic director of the Syracuse Vocal Ensemble. She has done extensive work at the college in accreditation, academic advisement and creating first-year seminar courses. She holds a bachelor’s from Smith College, a master of music from the University of Michigan and a doctor of musical arts from the College-Conservatory of Music at the University of Cincinnati. Jill Pippin Dean, Extended Learning Before rejoining Oswego in January 2014, Pippin served for eight years as dean for continuing education at Jefferson Community College. Her career, spanning both academic and business positions such as director for graduate services and enrollment, adjunct business instructor, director of operations, and major accounts manager, as well as her experience earning an MBA from Franklin University, has instilled a passion for providing access to higher education at all levels of the educational pipeline. Previously, the Oswego alumna developed the Jefferson Higher Education Center, facilitated the growth of Jefferson’s military services on Fort Drum, and established other innovative and community-oriented programs for adult and non-traditional students. In 2013, she was awarded the Continuing Education Association of New York’s Outstanding Continuing Educator Award. Kristen Eichhorn Dean, Graduate Studies Eichhorn was appointed dean in July 2017 after serving the institution in several leadership roles, including Presidential Faculty Fellow, interim dean of extended learning, SUNY Faculty Senator and chair of communication studies. Eichhorn was nominated and accepted as an American Council On Education Fellow in 2016-17, spending a year in Cornell University’s Office of Provost. Eichhorn has a distinguished record of teaching and research and her publications include co-authoring the “Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Relationships” textbook and research papers in multiple international journals. She earned her bachelor’s degree from Canisius College, master’s from West Virginia University and Ph.D in communication from the University of Miami. Kristin Croyle Dean, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences Prior to joining Oswego in July 2019, Croyle served as vice president for student success and professor of psychological sciences at the University of Texas Rio Grande Valley. In the former role, she spearheaded retention and graduation initiatives, student educational outreach, academic advising and student academic supports, experiential learning initiatives and more. She was instrumental in shaping the student success structure, initiatives and staffing at the newly formed multi-campus university to build undergraduate student success on all campuses. Croyle’s prior positions include vice provost for undergraduate education as well as dean of the University College at the University of Texas-Pan American. She received her doctor of philosophy and master of arts in clinical psychology from the University of Montana, and a bachelor of science in psychology from the University of Utah. Prabakar Kothandaraman Dean, School of Business A ssuming the role as dean in July 2019, Kothandaraman previously served as chair and professor of professional sales in the Cotsakos College of Business at William Paterson University, and executive director of the Russ Berrie Institute for Professional Sales. He spearheaded rolling out the college’s first-ever master’s degree in sales leadership; assembled the Russ Berrie Institute’s advisory board and graduate program advisory board; excelled in corporate sponsorships and external training revenue; and increased corporate engagement through student-centric events leading to job placement. Kothandaraman previously taught at Drexel, Texas A & M and Xavier Institute of Management in Bhubaneswar, India. He received his doctorate in business administration from Pennsylvania State University’s Smeal College of Business, an MBA from the Xavier Institute of Management and a B.E. (with honors) in chemical engineering from the Birla Institute of Technology and Science in India.

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6 Commencement Speaker Marnie LaVigne President and CEO, Launch NY Since 2014, LaVigne has been president and CEO of Launch NY, a 27-county venture development organization that she co-founded with other regional boosters. The group’s mission is to identify, support and invest in high-growth, highimpact companies and catalyze the entrepreneurial culture of Upstate New York. Since 2012, Launch NY has provided pro bono mentoring to more than 1,000 startups in the region and introduced the most active seed fund in New York state and one of the most active in the country, as part of the first Invest Local financing platform in the country allowing investors a chance to make a profit while doing good in their own backyard. LaVigne has spent more than 25 years in both the private and public sectors creating new products and start-up businesses, driving innovation and economic growth in high-tech industries, such as life sciences, informatics and advanced manufacturing. Her passion for working with start-ups took root from her experience launching health informatics businesses with colleagues in the 1990s as she finished her doctoral work at the University of Rochester, which resulted in growing two companies with more than 100 employees and two initial public offerings (IPOs). Previously, she led economic development efforts involving work with hundreds of firms at the University at Buffalo as associate vice president for economic development from 2012 to 2014 and director of business development from 2005 until 2012 at the NYS Center of Excellence in Bioinformatics and Life Sciences, and the UB Center for Advanced Biomedical and Bioengineering Technology. In addition to her for profit start-up experience prior to UB, LaVigne also served in lead product development positions in larger corporations in managed care (Aetna), pharmaceuticals (Bristol-Myers Squibb), medical devices (Welch Allyn/Hill-Rom) and medical informatics (Medscape/MedicaLogic, now GE and WebMD). LaVigne has a bachelor’s in neuroscience and a doctorate in clinical psychology, both from the University of Rochester. She is a member of the board of directors for Buffalo Angels, Insyte Consulting, Niagara Falls Memorial Medical Center, State Science and Technology Institute, Upstate Venture Connect and Western New York Venture Association, and is chair of the New York State Economic Development Council. Married to Oswego alumnus, Robert Fohl, LaVigne is a Buffalo native with two children and four grandchildren. Student Speaker Takeena Strachan President, SUNY Oswego Student Association The 2019 – 20 president of the Student Association, Strachan is a political science major from Middletown. Previously, she served SA as director of civic engagement and legislative affairs. Her priorities have included helping student organizations better accomplish their goals and provide students better access to affordable textbooks. Her other campus activities include being the founding president of the Kappa Delta Phi NAS chapter, Del Sarte dance club, Pi Sigma Alpha national political science honor society, Vega junior and senior women’s honor society and the Vote Oswego campaign. In summer 2019, Strachan was a federal policy intern in the Washington, D.C., office of New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo. She also has taught dance to students ages three to 16 at The Dance Emporium in Middletown. Alumni Banner Presenter Elizabeth Tzivas Born and raised in Brooklyn, Tzivas graduates a semester early with a bachelor’s degree in Communication and Social Interaction. Tzivas enjoyed being part of the campus through Residence Life and Housing as a resident assistant in Cayuga Hall for two years and as a member of the National Communication Association Honor Society, Lambda Pi Eta. Tzivas has served as the vice president of the Vegan Club and helped co-create the GenPax Club at SUNY Oswego. She was a research assistant through the RISE (Research and Individualized Student Experiences) Program for a year and was a teaching assistant for Introduction to Communication Studies and Mass Media. She also enjoyed her time as a communication intern for the Alumni and Development Office. She will be starting a full-time position this January as an executive team leader for the Target Corporation, and hopes to obtain a master’s in Organizational Communication in the near future.

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7 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards Richard Buck Excellence in Professional Service The director of digital services in the Office of Communications and Marketing, Buck leads both day-to-day and long-range planning for the college’s website and other strategic digital communications. Buck champions a user-first approach, evidenced in spearheading upgrades to the college’s content-management system; leading the creation of the college’s official SUNY Oswego app; and heading the development of a personalized MyDegree mobile app that allows students to track their degree progress and eligibility for Oswego’s $300 Graduation Return on Investment upon earning their undergraduate degree. Buck earned both his master’s in human-computer interaction and bachelor’s in computer science from SUNY Oswego. Irene Scruton Excellence in Professional Service The assistant dean and director of MBA programs in the School of Business, Scruton’s leadership, work ethic and commitment has led to phenomenal growth for Oswego’s MBA program plus national levels of recognition, all while ensuring the best experiences and opportunities to its students and graduates. MBA enrollment has doubled since she took the helm of the program in 2013, and she has expanded program offerings to meet growing and emerging needs. Scruton earned her doctor of education degree in executive leadership from St. John Fisher, her MBA from Syracuse University and a bachelor’s in business from the University at Buffalo. Fehmi Damkaci Excellence in Faculty Service Professor and chair of Oswego’s chemistry department, Damkaci is founder and director of the GENIUS Olympiad environmental competition in Oswego for high school students, which attracts more than 1,100 students and their mentors from up to 70 countries and nearly 40 states, and promotes a global understanding of environmental issues and the achievement of sustainability. In addition to his teaching skills, his service to science, technology, engineering and math education extends from pre-K students all the way through SUNY Oswego’s master’s degree program in chemistry. Damkaci holds a doctorate in chemistry from the University of Maryland. Alexandra Sorbello Excellence in Classified Service Sorbello, artist designer for the Office of Residence Life and Housing, started college at the Art Institute of Pittsburgh before transferring to SUNY Oswego as a nontraditional student. She earned her bachelor of fine arts in graphic design in 2007 while working at the college, raising three children and helping her husband on the family’s farm in Fulton. Starting in Residence Life and Housing as a keyboard specialist, she took on extra projects, demonstrating skills with graphic design, software, printers, photography, digital signage and more. She also generously volunteers for various campus charitable campaigns, including for awareness of breast and ovarian cancers. Holli Stone Excellence in Professional Service The director of Campus Life event management, Stone was recognized for her commitment to excellence, outstanding customer service skills and calm demeanor while ensuring continuous success for an important array of campus events. Stone’s thoroughness, adaptability and dedication regularly received praise from those nominating her for the award, as well as from employees, students and alumni. Stone is known across campus and in the community as somebody who is deeply committed, ethical, highly skilled and extremely positive. A 1996 SUNY Oswego graduate with a bachelor’s degree in English writing arts, Stone also earned a master’s in education from Defiance College. Casey Raymond Excellence in Teaching An associate professor of chemistry and acting director of the college’s Honors Program, Raymond is known for his consistent, beyond-the-call care for the performance and success of his students, his colleagues, his discipline and the college’s state-of-the-art Shineman Center for Science, Innovation and Engineering. Raymond is known for commitment and excellence in everything he does, from teaching and research to improving the capability of the college’s learning management system to reviving the geochemistry program to tireless dedication to help students. He has a doctorate in chemistry from Colorado State University and a bachelor’s in chemistry from Michigan State University.

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8 Academic Traditions The Commencement Setting — The 2007 ceremonies marked the first graduations to take place in Oswego’s Marano Campus Center. Located in the heart of campus, the Marano Campus Center represents the college’s social hub and a gathering place for events appealing to a wide range of student, faculty and community interests. This $25.5 million building was the first new construction on our lakeside campus in 35 years when it opened in the fall of 2006. The Academic Procession — The centuries-old pageantry of the academic procession dates from ancient traditions rooted in the early universities. Since the clergy were in charge of the first academic ceremonies, they followed the familiar order of religious processions. The Tradition of Academic Attire — Caps, gowns and hoods worn at college and university functions date from the Middle Ages. Monks and students of that time wore them to keep warm in the damp, drafty halls of learning. From these practical origins they have developed into the accepted garb which symbolizes scholarly achievement. Baccalaureate gowns have a long, pleated front with shirring across the shoulders and back. They are primarily distinguished by flowing sleeves pointed at the fingertips. These gowns may be worn open or closed. The master’s gown is worn open and the sleeve is cut so that the forearm comes through a slit just above the elbow. The lining of the hood is satin and the color represents the school conferring the degree. The velvet border color represents the discipline in which the degree was earned. Doctoral gowns are traditionally worn open, but either open or closed is acceptable. They carry broad, velvet panels down the front and three velvet bars on the full, round sleeves. This velvet trim ming may be either black or the color distinctive of the degree. Mortarboards or caps worn with baccalaureate and master’s gowns generally have black tassels. The tassel of the doctoral cap is usually made of gold bullion. The doctoral hood gives color and meaning to the academic cos tume. Its silk lining bears the color of the institution conferring the degree. The hood is bordered with velvet of a prescribed width and color to indicate the field of learning to which the degree pertains. Honor Cords for Military Service — United States veterans and reserve and active duty military graduating from SUNY Oswego are wearing red, white and blue honor cords in recognition of their service. The College Medallion is worn by the SUNY Oswego president as a symbol of authority at all official ceremonies such as Commencement and Honors Convocation. Oswego is represented in the perfect center of the medallion by a tiny green and gold circle. The dot is located properly on an outline of New York state, which itself surmounts a globe to show the relationship of our institution to the state and the world. Fashioned by Dominic T. DiPasquale of the Art Department for president James Perdue’s 1966 inauguration, the medallion was a gift of the Class of 1966 for the occasion. A wreath of gold leaves surrounds the globe and is circled by a flat band bearing the engraved college name and two dates: 1861, the college founding; and 1948, the founding of the State University of which Oswego was a charter unit. On the clasp above the medallion sits a gold lamp of knowledge, emblematic of a seat of learning. (Photo, page 1.) The College Mace — In medieval times the mace was a weapon of offense with the metal head often heavily spiked. Today it appears chiefly in ceremonial functions of churches, governments, colleges and universities. The head of the Oswego mace holds a jade sphere symbolizing the university of wisdom and knowledge, surrounded by four silver flanges unfolding petal-like without imprisoning the sphere and representing the potential of disciplined imagination, the goal of higher education. The richness of the jade and the rose wood shaft reflect the pomp and solemnity of academic ceremony. A gift of the Class of 1969 for President James Perdue’s inauguration, the Oswego mace has been in use at Commencement ever since. Joseph F. Shoenfelt of the art faculty created its design and silver work, with the rosewood turning by William D. Todd, formerly of the technology faculty. (Photo, page 23.) Academic Colors Brown ............................. Fine Arts Citron .................... Social Science Copper ........................ Economics Crimson ..................... Journalism Dark Blue ................... Philosophy Drab ......................... Accountancy, Business Science Gold ..................... Science Kelly Green .................... Medicine Lemon ................. Library Science Light Blue .................... Education Orange ...................... Engineering Peacock Blue ..................... Public Administration Pink ..................................... Music Purple ..................................... Law Sage Green ...................... Physical Education Salmon Pink .......... Public Health Scarlet ............................ Theology Silver ................. Oratory (Speech) White ......................... Arts, Letters, Humanities

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9 S tate University of New York Board of Trustees Merryl Tisch Chair Cesar Perales Vice Chair Joseph Belluck Courtney Eagles Burke Eric Corngold Robert Duffy Christy Fogal Gwen Kay Eunice Lewin Stanley S. Litow Austin Ostro Richard Socarides Carl Spielvogel Edward Spiro Cary Staller Chancellor of the University Kristina M. Johnson SUNY Oswego College Council James M. McMahon Chair Darlene Baker Saleem Cheeks Richard Farfaglia Michael J. Goldych Brian S. McGrath Baye Muhammad Kristin A. Shanley-Graves Takeena Strachan Student Representative State University of New York Distinguished Faculty The Distinguished Faculty Rank programs encourage an ongoing commitment to excellence, kindle intellectual vibrancy, elevate the standards of instruction and enrich contributions to public service. They demonstrate the State University’s pride and gratitude for the consummate professionalism, the groundbreaking scholarship, the exceptional instruction and the breadth and significance of service contributions of its faculty. Appointment constitutes a promotion to the highest academic rank, and it is conferred solely by the State University Board of Trustees. The list below recognizes SUNY Oswego’s active teaching faculty recognized by such rank. Alfred Frederick, 2010 Distinguished Service Professor, Curriculum and Instruction Alok Kumar, 2016 Distinguished Teaching Professor, Physics Tracy Lewis, 2014 Distinguished Teaching Professor, Modern Languages and Literatures SUNY Oswego Retiring Faculty and Professional Staff Darlene Abrantes Assistant to the Provost, Division of Academic Affairs Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1991 R. Mark Cole Purchasing Associate, Purchasing Initial Appointment to Oswego: 2000 Christopher Hebblethwaite Assistant Library Director, Penfield Library Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1987 Edward Lonky Professor, Psychology Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1978 Karen Moore Summer and Winter Sessions Coordinator, Extended Learning Initial Appointment to Oswego: 2003 Randolph Odendahl Assistant Professor, Computer Science Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1986 Jeffrey Rea Assistant Director for Media Relations, Communications and Marketing Initial Appointment to Oswego: 2008 John Rossi Chief of Police, University Police Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1987 Steven Salisbury Desktop Support Coordinator, Campus Technology Initial Appointment to Oswego: 1979

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10 Honor Organizations Alpha Psi Omega National Dramatics Honor Society – an honorary society founded in 1924 that recognizes outstanding student achievement in college and univer sity theatre. Alpha Sigma Lambda Honor Society for Adult Learn ers – recognizes the special achievements of adult students who accomplish academic excellence while facing competing interests of home and work. Beta Alpha Psi National Business Honor Society – the international honorary organization for accounting and finance students and professionals, recognizes academic excellence and promotes professional development and service activities among its members. Beta Beta Beta National Biological Honor Society – recog nizes high academic achievement of students in biological sciences. Dedicated to stimulating interest, scholarly attainment, and investigation in the biological sciences, as well as promoting research, innovation, and collabora tion among students of the life sciences. Beta Gamma Sigma International Business Honor Society for AACSB Accredited Schools – serving business programs accredited by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business. Chi Alpha Epsilon Educational Opportunity Program Honor Society – recognizes the academic achievements of students admitted to colleges and universities through non-traditional criteria and serves EOP students. Pro motes continued high academic standards, fosters increased communication among its members, and honors academic excellence achieved by those students. Chi Sigma Iota International Honor Society of Profes sional Counseling and for Professional Counselors – established in 1985 to provide recognition for outstand ing achievement and service within the profession by counselors-in-training, counselor educators, and profes sional counselors whose career commitment is to research and serve through professional counseling. Delta Phi Alpha German Honor Society – recognizes ex cellence in the study of German; promotes higher scholarship and study of German language, literature and civilization; emphasizing aspects of German life and the culture of universal value contributing to the eternal search for peace and truth. Epsilon Pi Tau International Honor Society for Professions in Technology – membership based on high scholastic attainment, participation and leadership in Technology in the college and in the community, and professional qualifications and promise. Epsilon Upsilon Eta Sigma Gamma (ESG) National Health Honorary Society – Established in 1967 is an honorary for health education known for its rich history of serving students and the health profession through teaching, service, and research. Gamma Kappa Alpha National Italian Honor Soci ety – formed to acknowledge superior scholastic perfor mance in the field of Italian language, literature and culture, and is open to membership at institutions of higher learning in the United States and Canada. The society encourages college students to acquire a greater interest in, and a deeper understanding of, Italian culture, art and history. Kappa Delta Pi National Education Honor Society – recog nizes excellence and fosters mutual cooperation, support and professional growth for educational professionals. Lambda Alpha Anthropology Honor Society – promotes scholarship and research in anthropology by recognizing and honoring superior achievement in the discipline among students, faculty and other persons engaged in the study of anthropology. Lambda Pi Eta National Communication Studies Honor Society – represents what Aristotle described in his book, Rhetoric, as the three ingredients of persuasion: Logos meaning logic, Pathos relating to emotion, and Ethos derived as character, credibility and ethics. Mu Beta Psi National Honorary Musical Fraternity – co-ed service fraternity encouraging fellowship among musicians and is devoted to the study and performance of music. Omicron Delta Epsilon International Economics Honor Society – recognizes scholastic attainment and honors outstanding achievements in economics — establish ment of closer ties between students and faculty in eco nomics. Omicron Delta Kappa National Leadership Honor Soci ety – recognizes and encourages superior leadership and exemplary character, excellence as students and leaders in student groups, organizations, and activities. Phi Alpha Theta National History Honor Society – requires a high overall GPA and even higher GPA in history, spon soring student trips and outside lecturers. Phi Beta Delta – an international honor society recogniz ing students, faculty, staff and alumni; who possess a deep commitment to international affairs, education, and re search; who have made significant contributions to expanding global engagement and world awareness. Members of this honorary are wearing bronze medallions with red and yellow ribbons. Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society – promotes supe rior scholarship in all academic disciplines, honoring stu dents who excel in scholarship in order to stimulate others to strive for excellence. Pi Delta Phi French Honor Society – recognizes outstand ing scholarship in the French language and literatures, to increase the knowledge and appreciation of Americans for the cultural contributions of the French-speaking world, to stimulate and to encourage French and franco phone cultural activities. Pi Kappa Lambda National Music Honor Society – mem bers are indicative of superior attainment in music and personal qualifications pertaining to an outstanding exponent of the art. Pi Sigma Alpha National Political Science Honor Soci ety – stimulates scholarship and intelligent interest in political science to provide a framework for enriching the exposure of its members and community to the study of government and issues of public concern. Psi Chi National Honor Society for Psychology – encour ages, stimulates and maintains excellence in scholarship and advancing the science of psychology. Sigma Delta Pi National Hispanic Honor Society – recog nizes excellence in the study of Spanish and provides incentive for Spanish language study, leadership, and service. Its motto is the Greek phrase “Spanas Didagi Progomen” meaning “Let’s go forth/continue forth under the teaching/guidance of the Spanish language.” Sigma Iota Rho is an interdisciplinary international affairs honor society. Promotes and rewards scholarship and service among students and practitioners of internal studies, international affairs, and global studies. Fosters integrity and creative performance in the conduct of world affairs. Sigma Pi Sigma National Physics Honor Society – honors outstanding scholarship in physics; encourages interest in physics at all levels; promotes service of its members toward fellow students, colleagues and the public; and provides fellowship of those who excel in physics. Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Soci ety – confers distinction for high academic achievement in English and Creative Writing and promotes interest in literature and writing. Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society – recognizes scien tific achievement, enhances health of research enterprise, fosters integrity in science and engineering and promotes the public’s understanding of science for the purpose of improving the human condition. Tau Sigma Academic Honor Society – recognizes and promotes the academic excellence and involvement of transfer students. Vega Junior and Senior Women’s Honor Society – women’s junior and senior honor society which places strong value on academic leadership and community service.

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11 College Honors Program The Oswego College Honors Program consists of a core of courses in the social sciences, humanities, natural sciences, philosophy and history designed to stimulate students’ intellectual growth and develop their analytical abilities. Unlike traditional courses, which present material from a single field of study, Honors Program courses are multi-disciplinary, drawing ideas and information from many fields and addressing concerns common to all the disciplines. In addition to Honors core requirements and all the requirements in their majors, Honors Program students must also meet requirements in laboratory science and a foreign language and complete an Honors Thesis, in which they explore a topic in some depth. The following students from the Class of 2019, wearing silver honor cords, are completing the requirements for the SUNY Oswego College Honors Program: Dimitri Lockhart Michael Mongiovi Victoria Panzanaro Holly Romeo Maya Sharpe Kendra Walker Honors Programs Honors Programs have been instituted for outstanding students in the fields of biology, chemistry, economics, history, mathematics, meteorology, physics, political science and psychology. The eligibility requirements for these programs are rigorous and the coursework itself is beyond the scope of that of regular classes. The following students from this class have completed an Honors Program: Abigail Littlefield – Psychology Military Science The following students from this class have completed the prescribed course of study in Military Science at the State University of New York at Oswego and have or will be commissioned by the President of the United States as Second Lieutenants, United States Army or United States Air Force. Those students who met the criteria for Distinguished Military Student (DMS) will graduate with departmental honors as Distinguished Military Graduates (DMG). Catherine Grace Guilliams – Army Joseph Dean Thomas – Army Division of Extended Learning The Division of Extended Learning is committed to providing access to high-quality education to people of all ages and stages of life and career. The division works with academic departments to create, deliver and support innovative and responsive credit and non-credit programming to diverse audiences in order to open gateways to new careers, enhance skills or pursue lifelong learning, spanning multiple modalities and locations. Non-traditional and part-time students earning baccalaureate completion degrees online, in the evening, and in blended programs at our Syracuse campus receive the same high quality education as on-campus students while maintaining the ability to balance their personal and professional commitments. Degrees include broadcasting and mass communication, business administration, human development, criminal justice and wellness management. Michael Francis Aloisi-Weimann Jan Carlos Bernard Santos Twyla Buttignol Brendon Michael Candella Dean Arthur Cavanagh Tilia Rose Collins Matthew Joseph Combes A’Dayja Brionna Cotton Bianca M. Davis Christopher M. Derda Alexandra Theresa Dukat Elizabeth A. Evans MariKate T. Grabo Nicole S. Green Samantha S. Hancock Unique Henegan Andrew Mark Holl Tiffany N. Iniguez Edward Kashmer Joshua Paul Kenney Emilyn Marie Kinder Jillian McMichael Jill Pamela Moore Grant Nadeau Michael Charles Nastu Kayla Elizabeth Richmond Megan R. Tepley Daniella Maria Tosto Nathan C. Town Jessica Lynn Wakefield Danielle L. Wilson

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12 CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY Bryanne L. Bowman, MS SUNY Oswego MASTER OF ARTS Priyanka Sandamal de Silva, BA SUNY Oswego Charles Michael Domicolo, BA SUNY Oswego Kimberly A. Fischer, BA SUNY Oswego Kristy Lynn Hoover, BFA SUNY Oswego Daniel John Hufnal, BA SUNY Oswego Theodore Richard Johnson, BA SUNY Oswego Mari Lynn Lee, BS St. Catherine University Khushboo Ashokbhai Panchal, BS Gujarat Technological University MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION Peter Joseph Aiello, PharmD Albany College Pharmacy Dan Jacob Auerbach, DMA Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Joseph Anthony Barbagallo, BS University of Maryland Global Campus William Beresford, BS SUNY Oswego Manny Boaten, BS SUNY Oswego Jenna Marie Bulluck, BS Columbia College Hancock Field Gregory Ethan Bunkis, BS SUNY Oswego Amber Lynn Chizer, BS SUNY Fredonia Christopher Joseph Church, BS SUNY Oswego Timothy Josef Curtis, BS SUNY Upstate Medical University Rochelle De Loach, BS Cornell University Dillon Tyler Deckert, BS SUNY Oswego Justin Paul Feasel, BA SUNY Fredonia Christina E. Galvin, BS SUNY Oswego Peter Thomas Guzzo, BS Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey Jason Andrew Hart, JD Brooklyn Law School Robert Jovanovski, BS SUNY Oswego Jaspreet Kaur, MS Syracuse University Vincent St. John Kovach, BS SUNY Oswego Jennifer Marie Leddy, BS Marist College Shannon Elizabeth McGahan, BBA Stonehill College Lauren Elizabeth McKeon-Elsenbeck, BS SUNY Geneseo Jackson T. Mordaunt, BS SUNY Oswego John J. Muldowney Jr., BS SUNY Plattsburgh Kenneth R. Myers, BA SUNY University at Albany Jennifer Christine O’Connor, MS New York Institute of Technology Jessica Christine Reed, BS Elmira College Stephen Thomas Varughese, BBA CUNY Baruch College Alex Wasilewski, BS Le Moyne College Grant William Whieldon, BS Canisius College Mark Stephen Joseph Williams, BS SUNY Oswego Saloua Yahia, BS SUNY Oswego D ivision of Graduate Studies The Division of Graduate Studies hosts more than three dozen graduate programs across all four colleges and schools. Graduate students are able to access these programs at our Oswego and Syracuse campuses, online and at certain work sites in the region. We provide an environment that produces the next generation of leaders who are interested in a global mindset, ethical communication and an appreciation for diversity and inclusion. Candidates for Master’s Degree and Certicate of Advanced Study Subject to completion of all degree requirements, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees. Graduate degree recipients are hooded by the provost and college or school dean, and receive congratulations from the dean of graduate studies and the president.

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13 GRADUATE CERTIFICATE Interdisciplinary Trauma Studies Rebecca Caroline Able, BS SUNY Oswego Deanna R. Boden, BA Siena College Angela M. Livingston, BA SUNY Oswego MASTER OF SCIENCE Deanna R. Boden, BA Siena College Miranda Paige Brumber, BA SUNY University at Albany Amanda Kaitlin Domo, BA SUNY Purchase Gerard Francois Jr., BS St. John’s University, Minnesota Lindsey Lois George, BA SUNY Cortland Jessica V. Gibbons, BS SUNY Oswego Danielle Caryn Laurin, BA Le Moyne College Mary Monahan, BS University of Scranton Jordan Alice Perry, BA SUNY Oswego Rebecca Caroline Able, BS SUNY Oswego Kimberly Ann Zettel, ADVCRT SUNY Oswego MASTER OF SCIENCE & CERTIFICATE OF ADVANCED STUDY Mary Finn, BA SUNY Oswego Tyler T. O’Connor, BA SUNY Plattsburgh MASTER OF SCIENCE IN EDUCATION Kelly Lynn White, BS Daemen College Taylor Bass, BS Cazenovia College Daniel Lorne Bingham, BFA Syracuse University Nellie M. Boyd, BT SUNY Cobleskill Katelynn Michelle Capizzi, BS SUNY Cortland Emily M. Casazza, BS SUNY Oswego Angie Nathalia Delgado Aguirre, BS SUNY Oswego Kara Lynn Farrands, BS SUNY Oswego Alena Ruth Fresch, BS SUNY Oswego Cynthia Joan Gallagher, BS Cornell University Dewitt C. Grove, BS SUNY Oswego Rayne C. Ives, BS Cornell University Heather Marie Johnson, BS SUNY Oswego Kristen Yuen Kee, BS SUNY Oswego Stephanie Kenific, BA Hobart and William Smith Colleges Kristopher Alan Knowlton, BS SUNY Oswego Rachel Clare Lee, BS SUNY Cobleskill Michelle Aria Pavone, BA University of South Florida Marvin C. Miner II, BS Rochester Institute of Technology Sofiya Pazycheva, BS SUNY Cortland Katelyn Ann Ragozzino, BT SUNY Morrisville Anthony Giuseppe Scaccia, BS St. John Fisher College Elizabeth Lauren Steria, BS SUNY Oswego Jordan Sterio, BS SUNY Oswego Latoya D. Sumlin, BT CUNY New York City College of Technology Cynthia Elizabeth Bruton-Thomas, BS Keuka College Adrienne Rae Torrey, BA Nazareth College MASTER OF SCIENCE IN TEACHING Veronica Adjin, BA SUNY Oswego Miranda Smith, BA SUNY Oswego A leader in education and an advocate of free public schools, Edward Austin Sheldon (1823-1897) was responsible for opening the Oswego Primary Teachers’ Training School. Sheldon’s pioneering ideas in object teaching became a model for other normal schools throughout the nation and around the world. Sculptor John Frances Brines designed the statue that was constructed with penny contributions from school children throughout the state in 1899.

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14 College of Liberal Arts and Sciences The College of Liberal Arts and Sciences is the largest academic division in SUNY Oswego, boasting 18 academic departments, 15 interdisciplinary programs, five graduate programs, and several certificate programs. Providing a learner-centered community committed to high intellectual standards, the college offers more than 40 undergraduate majors in subjects ranging from American studies to zoology, nearly as many minors, and eight cooperative degree programs. Through in-depth study in traditional and interdisciplinary programs, we prepare students to identify and develop productive solutions to the many challenges facing regional, national, and global civil society. Candidates for Baccalaureate Degree Subject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2018, May 2019 and August 2019. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80–4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60–3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30–3.59) identified by gold honor cords. * College Honors Program identified by silver honor cords. Gregory Amin Abbass, Carthage Matthew R. Ackerman, Syosset Alikeju G. Adejo, Brooklyn Amarachukwu Vivian Ajoku, St. Albans ** Rachel M. Allen, Fulton Sarah Alshaman, Rome * Rachel L. Arone, Syracuse Argenis Arroyo, New York Omar A. Attia, Jamesville Bryan Anthony Baez, Brooklyn Girard Bailey, Lake Luzerne Jessica Marie Baisley, Stormville Rose Joanna Marie Banks, Bronx Dennis Gabriel Barriga, Corona Courtney Elizabeth Beauter, Binghamton James Robert Bechtel, Parish Jan Carlos Bernard Santos, Brooklyn * Collin Michael Beshures, Webster * Erica Marie Bivens, Oswego *** Brianne Ellen Branco, Ronkonkoma * Lorrayne M. Broach, Savannah Brock M. Broniman, Honeoye Shawn Brosnan, Endicott Brandon J. Brown, Clay * Emma Brennan Brunell, Phoenix * Joanna M. Bunker, Cicero ** Kenneth R. Burnham, Adams Center * Austin T. Burt, Liverpool * Twyla Buttignol, Syracuse Justin Matthew Caldwell, East Syracuse Matthew T. Canale, Glens Falls Preston James Canty, Rockaway Park Alexandria Elizabeth Capra, Vestal * Samantha Ann Carey, Dansville Benjamin C. Caro, Saratoga Springs Raven Samantha Carr, Wappingers Falls Dean Arthur Cavanagh, Cicero Prateek Chand, Hanover Park, IL Shao-yu Cheng, Baldwinsville * Chynna Jade Chou, Great Neck Brittany P. Cimilluca, Oswego Daniel Claud, Southampton Capri Coggi, Camillus Tilia Rose Collins, Syracuse Gabrielle Marie Corrente, Mount Sinai Stephen Caelon Courtney, West Islip Tyler Joseph Dominick, Oswego Michael R. Doran, Pennellville Tanishae R. Edwards, Bronx Nicole Ehmann, Rochester Ali E. ElBannan, Hackensack, NJ Omar Ezz Elbannan, Hackensack, NJ Ivanelys Michelle Encarnacin, Syracuse ** Nicholas Rodolfo Esposito, Rochester Dajah Evans, New York Elizabeth A. Evans, Syracuse Omari S. Fabor, Bronx Kyle G. Faraci, Roxbury Tianna Maria Ferroni, San Francisco, CA *** Lauren Fie, Corning Seth Allen Fisher, Oswego ** Ryan Fitzgerald, Sandy Hook, CT *** Anna Patricia Frost, Syracuse * Sara Mae Fuller, Schenectady Brandon Angelo Galletta, Oswego * Zachary Robert Gathmann, Fabius * Maie Z. Genant, Parish Connor T. Genzel, Cazenovia Brianna J’lee Gillette, Fulton Marcus Tyrell Gilliam, Washington, DC Darryl E. Gomez-Lewis, Brooklyn Laura M. Gostomski, West Seneca Emily Jane Gouger, Pavilion Nicole S. Green, Syracuse *** Zachary Edward Gudlin, Jamesville Catherine Grace Guilliams, Frisco, TX Ashley M. Hall, Oswego Aaron Hancock, Freeville * Jordan S. Harcleroad, Retsof ** Meghan A. Harrington, Liverpool Emory Haynes, Syracuse ** Alesia Michelle Heimes, Endicott Vickttoria Alejandra Henry-Maxwell, Brooklyn Alexander Hochberg, Schenectady Kristy M. Hoffman, Brewerton Adam M. Horeth, Watertown * Alicia Horton, Painted Post * Joshua Matthew Braman Hull, Oswego Jasmine Hundal, Concord, NC Rebecca Hutcheon, Marcellus Andres Inga, East Elmhurst Maria G. Isidoro-Chino, New York *** Tiffany N. Iniguez, Elmont

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15 Shubham Jain, West Babylon William R. Javier, Middletown Derrick Edward Johnson, Oswego Cody Lee Jones, Seneca Falls Edward Kashmer, Syracuse Sonya Kedarnath, Bronx * Lillianna Kiel, Mattituck Robert Lane Kilmer, Liverpool Donggyu Kim, Goyang-si, Gyeonggi-do, Republic of Korea Elaina S. Kline, Clyde * Leah Rose Knapp, Syracuse ** Jessica LaCross, Syracuse Madilynn Leland, Glens Falls Thomas Charles Lerner, West Babylon * Abigail R. Littlefield, Webster Jake Litwin, Schenectady Dimitri Thomas Lockhart, Brooklyn * Kaitlyn E. Lockwood, Palmyra Sean P. Loughlin, Fairport * Hannah Elizabeth Lynch, Redwood Emily Mahadeo, Hollis ** Veronika Malinowski, Shirley * Anthony J. Mallardi, East Northport Travis R. Mannix, Palmyra Bridget A. Maring, East Syracuse Nathan B. Masters, Churchville *** Christopher Joseph McCord, Lake Grove Kory M. McTague, Oswego Sean M. Mcgrath, Buffalo Deniela Mejia, Brooklyn Tara N. Meyer, North Java Kalli D. Miller, Mattydale Michael C. Mongiovi, East Setauket Maxwell Alexander Mozes, Slingerlands Megan Nicole Mullen, Baldwinsville Christopher Garrett Murphy Jr., Scotia Mariah L. Murrell, Fulton Ye Bhone Myat, Mandalay, Burma Douglas Myrdek, LaFayette Jenna M. Neff, Grand Island Lauren Elizabeth Nevil, Farmington * DeAnna Jean Newman, Hopewell Junction Praise Nformi, Bronx David Ng Lee, Doral, FL Phuc Nguyen, Mastic Beach Yudis Subedi, Syracuse Hannah Ashley Sutton, Watertown Zachary Thomas Svendsen, Sayville Charlie T. Tarazona, Islip Terrace ** Joseph Dean Thomas, Oswego * Samira Kieran Ruth Todd, Jamaica Robert Tompkins Jr., Cornwall Rebekah Townsend, Gouverneur Natalie L. Trainor, Canandaigua ** Antonio Triana, Cortland Jondn Michael Tryniski, Fulton * Caitlyn Nicole Tubolino-Slate, Adams Center Ashley Marie Vaeth, Stony Brook Matthew J. VanDamme, Phelps Yamilex R. Vasquez, New York Essence Vaughan, Bronx * Jessica Lynn Wakefield, Hannibal ** Kendra M. Walker, Camden ** Dakota Jay Watts, Oswego Garvin C. Wells, Poughkeepsie Marquia Williams, Brooklyn Michaela Williams, Fishkill ** Danielle L. Wilson, Walworth * Tehillah Alima Kaiya Wilson, Washington, DC Ryan Wiszniewski, Martville Austin James Wixon, New Windsor Shawn P. Woleslagle, Liverpool Jewel Yeh, Oakland Gardens Kellsie Renee Zacholl, Mattydale Marissa Nicole Zaremba, Syracuse Richard Zugnoni, Henrietta Andre Joseph Sherwood Nichols, Whitesboro Jaime Nielsen, Fulton Jeremy Nolasco, Chester Amy Lynne Norton, Binghamton Troy Patrick Norton, Oswego * Kaela E. Otero-Lush, Macedon *** Victoria A. Panzanaro, Averill Park Siobhan Renee Pealo, Auburn Gianna Marie Perri, Lagrangeville Tyler Yvens Pierre, Deer Park Stephanie Pike, Parish * Ethan Noah Plouffe, Baldwinsville Brandon M. Potter, East Islip Vincent T. Preikstas, Ithaca Caitlyn M. Prosser, Mohawk Bryce Robert Reed, Carthage * Joshua Taylor Reiss, Clyde *** Paige Arlene Robinson, Oswego Jessica Renee Roe, Wappingers Falls * Holly M. Romeo, East Meadow Angel Rouse, Washington, DC Vincent James Salamone III, Wampsville * Renata C. Salinas, Brooklyn Jan Sampsell, Manlius * Jordyn L. Sanford, Munnsville Mariah Yasmin Santana, Oswego * Ralph Schloss, Altmar Kenneth Schoolcraft, Syracuse Christopher Remy Serrano, Far Rockaway MacAvery Jude Shafer, Oswego Ashley Sharkey, Oswego *** Maya Rose Sharpe, Liverpool Gabrielle M. Shears, Rensselaer Siena Alexis Sheehan, Buffalo Brandie Show, Oswego Andrew Sidorchuk, Syracuse Katie L. Sinker, Clay * Andrew K. Smith, Phoenix Brody Dominic Smith, Fairport Collin M. Sovie, Ogdensburg * Tyler Mathew Stever, Fulton Courtney Renee Stewart, Savannah Benjamin James Stifter, Rochester Ryan A. Stott, Liverpool * Hayleigh S. Strege, Sterling

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16 School of Business To keep pace with a rapidly evolving business world, programs in the School of Business integrate classroom learning with advanced computer applications and vari ous forms of applied education, such as case studies, simulations, group projects and internships. Nationally accredited by AACSB International — the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business — the school offers seven undergraduate majors, a master’s of business administration, an MBA health services administration program as well as three five-year combined bachelor’s/MBA degree programs, one in accounting, one in broadcasting and mass communication, and one in psychology. Candidates for Baccalaureate Degree Subject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2018, May 2019 and August 2019. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80–4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60–3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30–3.59) identified by gold honor cords. * College Honors Program identified by silver honor cords. ** Haley Abesamis, East Islip *** Brenton Charles Allen, Sterling Catherine Lucille Anastasia, Olean * Emma Marie Beaulieu, Marcellus Daniel K. Bediako, Monticello * Jacob Stephen Biernacki, Ravena Courtney Ann Birch, Nedrow Bryan Biuso, Ontario John Douglas Boss, Lake Grove Joseph E. Bunn III, Brooklyn Nicholas C. Carson, Oswego Oliver Cary, White Plains Adam J. Choquette, New Hartford, CT ** Shauncy Lynne Claud, Baldwinsville Connor P. Collins, Syracuse Matthew Joseph Combes, Martville * Brendan A. Corp, Liverpool Victoria Corsini, Ronkonkoma Alycia Kay Currie, Oswego Christopher M. Derda, Minoa Anthony J. DeStefano, Cicero Jasraj Dhandi, Saugerties Kevin Dickson, Huntington Station Kendall J. Dron, Webster Robert Thomas Emerson, Lake Grove Marilyn Alicia Eshun, Bronx Guanglian Feng, Fuzhou Fujian, China Kenneth J. Ferguson, Holtsville Michael R. Fiala, Great Neck * Cameron H. Fine, Schenectady Joshua M. Fogel, Saratoga Springs Kimberly Patrice Fox, Jordan ** Charles F. Galuski, Kirkville * Cristopher M. Geroux, Oswego Ryan Steven Giancola, Ronkonkoma *** MariKate T. Grabo, Fayetteville Cameron M. Grant-Hill, Morris Joseph M. Green, New York Thomas Jay Hardman, Jordan Daniel John Hausmann, North Babylon Kelley M. Hayward, Sloatsburg Khalia Antionette Hepburn, Mount Vernon Tyler Matthew Hitchcock, Pulaski ** Andrew Mark Holl, Syracuse Christopher Hood, Oceanside Kevin J. Horowitz, Suffern Safuran Hussain, Astoria Xiangqun Ji, Canghzon, China Shesenia Elizabeth Jimenez, Spring Valley Kiernan Johnson, Clifton Park Richard Jones, Hopewell Junction Joshua Paul Kenney, Liverpool Chanhwi Kim, Yeosu-Si, Republic of Korea Emilyn Marie Kinder, Camillus Kyerstan A. Langdon, Ava Moriah A. Lee, Syracuse Hannah Victoria Leva, Tully Kaiqi Lu, Brooklyn Daniel Thomas Meehan, South Hempstead ** Joseph J. Mergenthaler, Canandaigua Nicole Miller, Sanborn Adam Molinari, Marcellus *** Carolyn Rose Mondo, Syracuse Zachary Moody, Columbia, ME ** Grant Nadeau, Cicero Alexandra Nasello, Webster Adam Nash, Webster Umair Nawaz, Rome ** Michael Jeffrey Nevills, Carthage Moneshia L. Nurse, Brooklyn * Dmitriy Olesh, Syracuse Ahmedina Omerspahic, Utica Daniel P. Osborn, Binghamton Chan Park, Yongin-Si, Republic of Korea ** Collin Parody, Dexter Jeffrey Anibal Pinos, Nanuet Jordan Pipes, Palmyra

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17 Jared McCambridge Reester, Vestal Michael Joseph Riccardi, Staten Island Brian James Richardson II, Oswego Aumir Roberson, Slingerlands Matthew M. Rodgers, Oswego Kahhar Roufai, Bronx Shawn M. Rousseau, Clifton Park Sheldon L. Ryan, Auburn *** Robert Joseph Sansone, Liverpool Eric M. Schomber, Pine Bush Ellen Elizabeth Sears, Mexico Timothy Patrick St. Croix, Camillus Megan R. Tepley, West Islip Melissa E. Thoryk, Baldwinsville Nathan C. Town, Jordan Robert A. Vasta, Hilton Juliette Rae Vincenti, Port Jefferson Station Sontel S. Walters, Brooklyn Junchuan Wang, Herkimer * Rebecca M. Wanits, Webster Austin Connor Westrich, Rochester Jahliyah Miranda Williams, Springfield Gardens Colin M. Wills, Oswego * Walker Wolfson, Rockville Centre * Nicole Wong, Tappan Sheldon Hall, the historic home of SUNY Oswego, was first opened in 1913. It is named after Edward Austin Sheldon, who founded the college in 1861.

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18 School of Communication, Media and the Arts The School of Communication, Media and the Arts brings together programs related to the study and creation of messages through art and music, electronically and via the spoken word. The school combines the strengths of fine and performing arts programs in art, music and theatre with the highly diverse department of communication studies. Nine undergraduate degree options and three master’s degrees are offered in addition to interdisciplinary majors and minors. Graduates in this division are identified by tri-colored cords representing brown for art and theatre, crimson for communication studies, and pink for music. Candidates for Baccalaureate Degree Subject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2018, May 2019 and August 2019. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80–4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60–3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30–3.59) identified by gold honor cords. * College Honors Program identified by silver honor cords. Michael Francis Aloisi-Weimann, Brightwaters Connor John Anthony, Cicero *** Joseph Matthew Bandru, Clay * Brooke Bartelli, Baldwinsville ** Martin Boyd, Chittenango Giovany Barney Brice, New Windsor Megan Elizabeth Briggs, Avon Titan Butikima, Oswego *** Brittany E. Cairns, Poughkeepsie Sean K. Campbell, Williamson Alexandra Natalie Candela, Holbrook * Brendon Michael Candella, Marcy Myles Julius Carter, New York Pasquale Casale, Yonkers Tori Clarke, Webster A’Dayja Brionna Cotton, Rochester Bianca M. Davis, Bronx Nicholas Michael DiRienzo, Endicott Alexandra Theresa Dukat, Groton Nathan Daniel Ecker, Hastings Ryan D. Edinger, Liverpool Sydney Equinozzi, Walworth Maria Celia M. Esara, Oswego Michael Fontana, Hauppauge * Ryan Patrick Fox, East Syracuse * Christina E. Galvin, Manlius Liliya Gapyuk, Bronx * Chelsea Ann Garbe, Miller Place * Zakary Jacob Haines, Fulton Samantha S. Hancock, Freeville Unique Henegan, Bronx Abigail Erin Hughes, East Greenbush Jonathan D. Klein-Hall, New York *** Kelly M. Knight, Massapequa Christian James Kocik, Baldwinsville Myles K. Liddell, Downsville * Nicholas William Long, Watertown * Jacklyn Lopez, Yonkers Matthew Lupien, Auburn ** Ethan Christopher Magram, Plattsburgh Daniel McCabe, Massapequa Jillian McMichael, New York Teresa Morris, Summit Hassan Musa, Syracuse Emily Nestor, Syracuse * Reid Arthur Orlando, New City ** Pragya Pahari, Oswego ** McKenzie Drew Phelan, Schoharie * Joe H. Porpora, Middletown * Austin Purdy, Central Square Kayla Elizabeth Richmond, Syracuse Hope Riga, West Seneca Juan Ramon Rivera Jr., Syracuse Sandro J. Rodriguez Jr., Bronx Jonathan Roman, New York Aeris Taina Russi, East Stroudsburg, PA Leiw Say, Rome Jake E. Scholten, Baldwinsville Aaron Lee Scott, Syracuse Troy Michael Seymour, Morrisonville Brock Shields, Vestal Ahmanee Simmons, Syracuse * Cameron Slaven, Le Roy ** Ericka Elizabeth Solomon, Plainville, CT * Adam R. Sommer, Ardsley ** Patrick McPherson Stanley, Liverpool Jacob Starowicz, Liverpool Philip James Stephens, Apalachin ** Noel Maxine Anne Strong, Watertown Austin Michael Tanner, Cape Coral, FL * Michael P. Tomushunas, Camillus Daniella Maria Tosto, Parker, CO Elizabeth Tzivas, Brooklyn ** Hiroki Udagawa, Chiba, Japan Joseph B. Ulrich, Camillus Nicholas Charles Vangelder, Retsof Emmanuel D. Vargas, New York Oreal Elizabeth Vernon, New York Briana Watson, Brooklyn * Peter J. Wendler, Morris

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19 School of Education Innovation in authentic learning has been a hallmark of SUNY Oswego since its founding in 1861. This creative spirit still thrives in the School of Education, where innovative methods grounded in research and early experiences in the field help students become teachers, counselors, school leaders, and wellness and technical professionals ready to meet the challenges of today’s global and diverse educational institutions and communities. The school is accredited by the National Council for the Accreditation of Teacher Education. Candidates for Baccalaureate Degree Subject to completion of all degree require ments, degrees will be conferred upon those individuals listed herein who have met the requirements of their respective degrees in December 2018, May 2019 and August 2019. In an effort to honor graduating seniors individually, SUNY Oswego selects faculty members to read each graduate’s name as they receive congratulations from their dean and the president. *** Summa Cum Laude (3.80–4.00) identified by gold cap and gown. ** Magna Cum Laude (3.60–3.79) identified by gold honor stole. * Cum Laude (3.30–3.59) identified by gold honor cords. * College Honors Program identified by silver honor cords. * Laura K. Allen, Holland Patent Dennis Malone Alton, Batavia * Kevin A. Auyer, Memphis Houleymatou Barry, Corona * Benjamin Dale Bolton, Henderson Brennan Liberte Butler, Lake Placid Kenneth Stewart Cameron, Kirkville Jarius Jerell Castro, Bronx ** Paige Nicole Corso, Baldwinsville Austin C. Dalli, Saint James *** Joseph E. DeVona, Afton *** Luke X. Douglas, Stormville * Lauren Elizabeth Evershed, Horseheads * Cesar Armando Figueroa Sr., Utica Coralynn Nateasha Figueroa, Bronx *** Julia Nicole Flohr, Liverpool * Sarah Kathryn Frandsen, Glens Falls *** Katelyn Elyse Garrett, Cato Joseph Michael Gaston, North Brunswick, NJ ** Laura Elizabeth Godden, Oswego Nyezee Goe, Syracuse Benjamin James Goerner, Utica * Astrid Guity, Bronx * Adam Michael Haley, Brownville Christopher Patrick Hodson, Baldwinsville Nick Jean-Francois, Holtsville ** Katrya Fionna Jewell, Liverpool ** Kaitlyn M. Kelleher, East Falmouth, MA *** Carolyn Anita Keller, Syracuse Alexandria Raye Korzeniowski, Syracuse Brian Patrick McFarlin, Poughkeepsie Olivia Kristen McNitt, Cicero *** Audrey K. Meany, Halfmoon *** Jill Pamela Moore, Beaver Falls Alexis Rose Musco, Garrison Mara L. Nasiatka, Tully Michael Charles Nastu, Monroe Stanton W. Oliveri, Webster Conner Parker, Jordan Amy Paulino, Bay Shore * Sabrina Michela Perri, Lagrangeville Peter Kyle Phillips II, Huntington Hailey E. Pysnack, Auburn Adan R. Raacha, Syracuse * Elexis E. Rinoldo, Oswego * Jenna Rios, Ridgewood * Dasey Lynn Rizzo, Rome Joseph Schroeder, West Sayville Ashley Marie Sewer, Freeport Eric Sidow, Montebello Gage William Slachciak, Rome James Thomas Spinaris, Commack Seth Daniel Stopler, New City Erin Elizabeth Sweeney, Ronkonkoma Maria Tesorio, Chittenango ** Catherine A. Tiszttarto, Trumansburg Fernando Toledo-Camargo, Yonkers * Andrew James Tomassi, Florida Michael Christopher Urban, Jamesport Glen Hugh Wheelock III, Syracuse Karebo Wilson, Syracuse Aliette Windfield, Staten Island ** Kelsey Anne Winter, Warrensburg Michael Anthony Wlodarski, Oswego Joshua R. Wojcinski, Lockport ** Amanda Claire Young, Wynantskill Brandon Young, Solvay

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20 Alexis Acevedo In honor of my family. Gary Agnew In honor of my wife Stephanie. ank you for your support. I love you! Maria Aldrich In honor of my family. Abigail Allen For all the mad scientists. Sierra Andrews Neomie Arevalo In honor of myself. Camila Arredondo Gracias a mis padres, Jos y Lilia, por todo el apoyo. Jerrold Aryeequaye In honor of my family. Destiny Aybar ank you so much to my friends and family for the never ending love and support. Keara Baiocco In honor of my parents, I’d be nowhere in this life without you! Jessica Baisley In honor of Professor Mary Pierce. Natasha Balkoski In honor of my family Houleymatou Barry In honor of my parents Aissatou Balde, Alhaji Mamoudou Barry & Mamadou Adama Barry. Kandy Beauter In honor of my family. Lauren Boyce In honor of my family. Lorrayne Broach In honor of Dr. Douglas Guerra. Kelsey Brockner Cheyenne Brown-Wallace In honor of my family. Kayla Brun In honor of EOP. Alecia Bryan anks to everyone who was there for me every step of the way! Curtis Cady In honor of my peers. Steven and Mary Gibbons Canale In honor of the Class of 2019. Marie Castro In honor of Skylyn and my family. Adrianna Catalino In honor of the tness centers. Aitor Celaya In honor of Oswego. Alex Chambers To make better robots. Paige Corso In honor of my father James Walpole and grandfather Joseph DeMaio Oorah! Brianna Cullen anks to my family and friends for the constant support. Shaina Daniels ank you Shay for pushing yourself and not stopping. ank you friends for dealing with me. Gage Davidson In honor of my loving and supportive family. Bianca Davis In honor of Tyonna & Taylor. Jessica Dorans In honor of my family, friends and classmates. Sydney Doris In honor of my family. Rwanda Douglass In honor of those who aided in my journey. Kristina Dullen In honor of my family. Rosa Duran Taylor Earle In honor of my class and family. Tanishae Edwards In honor of my nephew Tyrieke Hall and sister Tameka Simpson, RN. Cyn Fernandez In honor of Professor Dan Wood. Tianna Ferroni In honor of the pursuit of knowledge. Robert Fogarty In honor of myself. Michael Frigin Katelyn Garrett In honor of my daughter, Lirael. Maie Genant In honor of my parents, Bob and Bridgette Genant. Jasmine Gomez In honor of my family. Darryl Gomez-Lewis anks for everyone who helped me do this. Rachel Grupp In honor of my family for supporting me through my education process. Adrianna Guidetti In honor of my family. Anthony Gullotto In honor of my family. Vickttoria Maxwell-Henry In honor of my family and friends that became my family. Kelley Hayward In honor of my friends and family. C lass of 201 9 Senior Class Gifts SUNY Oswego congratulates and thanks the Class of 2019 for their philanthropy to The Fund for Oswego . More than 140 seniors, faculty and staff helped support the senior class. In recognition of their philanthropy to their college, student donors are wearing a green cord today.

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21 Ryan Heslin In honor of the faculty. Acala Hill Sam Holden In honor of my family. Malcolm Huggins Abby, Alex, Chris, Emily, Greg, Jamir, Kayla, Ryan, Sheryl and Skye: Congratulations and good luck! Kingsley Ibezim ank you to all friends and family who have helped me achieve my goals! Shubham Jain Jaritza Jara For my family. Katrya Jewell In honor of my professors at Oswego. Emily Johnson Danielle Jones In honor of Professor Hammerly. Jennifer Kelley In honor of my late brother Mark Kelley, Jr. who passed in March 2017. Love you! Adriana Kells In honor of my future students. Shannon L. Kelly In honor of my mom and my family for always supporting me. Love you! Brenna Kirgan In honor of my family. Breanna Klugh In honor of my family. eresa Kotalik In honor of my family and loved ones who I wouldn’t be here without. Nicholas Krasoski In honor of my parents, friends and the love of my life. Hannah Leva In honor of my mom and dad. Kwamiah Little In honor of my journey. Dimitri Lockhart In honor of my family. Jerey Lombardi In honor of Coach Michael Howard. Tammy K. Ly In honor of myself. Brandon Macey ank you to all of my friends and professors who have helped me along this journey! Emily Magee In honor of my lovely friends. Peter Mancarella ank you to my family, friends and Dr. Bovier for your support. Melissa Manwaring In honor of the Oswego State Ice Eects’ seniors. Arnold Matatov In honor of the MBA Oce. Ryan Mayer In honor of SAVAC of SUNY Oswego. Nicole McKela In honor of my children. Sara Meal In honor of my family. Erika Mendoza Rivera In honor of my family. Rachel Meyer Tessa Mosher Christian Nairy In honor of my family. Brandon Naman In honor of Professor Knowles. Ada Ng Victoria Nguyen In honor of Professor Halpin. Andre Nichols Grateful to my family, friends and EOP for this journey. Alexandra Nuzzo In honor of my amazing family and friends. Jerry Oberst and Betsy Oberst In honor of the Class of 2019. Julio Ortiz In honor of my family. Kendall Padovani In honor of my family. Cer Par I want to thank my family, friends, the sta and most of all God! Alyssa Parks So thankful for my friends and family. Nadira Persaud In honor of my OE Family. eresa Personna Tyler Petty McKenzie Phelan In honor of my family. Manuel Pragana Skye Prosper In honor of my family and boyfriend who supported and empowered me to ourish throughout this journey. And I want to thank my mentor Malcolm Huggins for shaping me into the young woman I am today. Sami Rajput In honor of my family. Melissa Reed In honor of my family. Katy Rinaldi In honor of my mom and dad. Elexis Rinoldo In honor of Cyndia Donovan. Ilany Rodriguez Would like to thank friends and family for love and support. Jonathan Roman In honor of my family. Jessica Roe In honor of my family. Angel Rouse In honor of my family. Hailey Russell Kayla Sardella In honor of my mom. Emily Schiro Would like to thank her friends and family for their love and support. Ralph Schloss In honor of Dr. Ossa and Dr. Valentino.

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22 Christy Sebring Jennifer Selvaraj In honor of my family. Alexander Senia ank you Mom, Dad and Natalie for all your support over the years! Ashley M. Sewer In honor of all the love and support from my family. Adrienne Shelton In honor of my friends and family. Sarah Slater In honor of everyone who believed in me. Jacob Smallman In honor of Sigma Gamma. Anna Smith In honor of my family. Chynna Smith In honor of my family. Kirk Smith In honor of my friends and family. Ryan Benson Smith In honor of my family and Dr. Toby Malone. Evelyn Sokoloswki Collin Sovie In honor of my friends, family and the faculty who helped me get here. Margaret Spillett In honor of A&D awesome interns Elizabeth , Jackie , Kass , Mara , Melissa , Sally , Tyler . Tina St. John In honor of Dr. L. H. Brown. ank you for setting the benchmark. Jenna Elizabeth Standish In honor of my loving family. President Deborah F. Stanley and Mr. Michael J. Stanley In honor of the Class of 2019. Rebecca Streeter In honor of my family who always supported my goals, love you always! Riley Synan In memory of Sue and Hugh Gibbons and Jeanne Synan. Emily Taxin In honor of the education department. Isaiah omas In honor of my father and grandmother. Mary Toale and Katherine weatt In honor of the Class of 2019. Johnna Tombolillo In honor of my family and Ben Davis. Joey Tse Congratulations to our EOP graduates!!! We are so proud of you!!! Stephanie Ulakovic In honor of my family. Michelle Uroza In honor of my loving supportive Family, Boyfriend and Professors ank you. Jenna Uryevick In honor of my dogs. Yamilex Rosandy Vasquez En honor a Rosa y Andres Vasquez. Cli-Simon Vital In honor of family and friends who supported me. Nimashi Weerasinghage In honor of Professor Kamal Mohamed. Melissa Wilson M In honor of my parents. Taylor Woods In honor of my baby brother. Shareese Worrell In honor of all my support systems. Ariana Wright In honor of my family. Jennifer Wright In honor of my family and friends who supported me throughout my journey. Ruxin Zheng In honor of my family.

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23 The College Mace Public Ceremonies Committee Richard Bush Technology William Canning Campus Technology Services Lori Cook Facilities Maintenance and Operations Michael Flaherty Public Ceremonies Committee Chair, Auxiliary Services William Hammond Facilities Maintenance and Operations Malcolm Huggins University Development Rebecca Kempney Facilities Maintenance and Operations Joy Knopp University Development Tyrone Johnson-Neuland Campus Technology Services Leigh Viscomi Residence Life and Housing Ellen McCloskey Office of the President Mark Mirabito Psychology Karen Moore Extended Learning Tim Nekritz Communications and Marketing Jordan Perry Admissions Jose Ramos Facilities Maintenance and Operations Vernon Reynolds Facilities Maintenance and Operations John Rossi University Police Michelle St. John Registrar Barbara St. Michel Campus Life Holli Stone Campus Life Daniel Tryon Technology Special Thanks A special word of thanks is extended to those individuals who volunteer to serve as marshals and ushers for the day. Thank you also to the Maintenance and Custodial Staff, University Police, SAVAC, Registrar’s Office, Design & Print Services, Campus Technology Services, and Auxiliary Services, including the College Stores and Dining Services staff, for their work and participation in Commencement. An additional thanks to our trumpeters: Andrew Buyea Applied Mathematics Christian Ferrara Risk Management and Insurance Connor Shene Business Andrew Sigurdson Adolescence Education, Social Studies

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24 Visitor Information Emergency Assistance Medical assistance is available on the ground floor in the Marano Campus Center. University Police 315.312.5555 Lost and Found Inquiries should be directed to University Police at the phone number listed above. Restrooms Restrooms are on all Marano Campus Center levels. Ground floor restrooms are in the main lobby; second-level facilities serve upper seating. Refreshments Refreshments are not permitted on the arena floor. However, refreshments are available before and during the ceremony at Crossroads on the upper level of the Marano Campus Center. College Store Fresh flowers, frames and an assortment of emblematic clothing and merchandise will be available before and after the ceremony in the concourse of the Marano Campus Center. Reception All graduates, family members, guests, faculty and staff are invited to attend a reception immediately following the ceremony in the Marano Campus Center. Photographs and Videotaping Audience videotaping and photography are permitted only from seats. A professional photographer will be present at the ceremony. Graduates will be emailed a link from the photography company to view their photos. Graduation pictures can be ordered online at www.geneseephoto.com. Notice to Audience Members Our commencement ceremony is photographed, taped and broadcast via TV, radio, and/or the internet in both live and delayed time formats. By attending this event, you are granting permission to have your likeness or image and your voice broadcast without restriction and without right of inspection or approval. Entrance into the event grants permission for your likeness or image to be used without remuneration and releases the campus and its representatives from all claims and liability relating to these broadcasts or their reuse. Departure Audience is to remain seated until all graduates, faculty and platform party recess. Contact SUNY Oswego Office of Admissions, 315.312.2250 229 Sheldon Hall, SUNY Oswego, Oswego, NY 13126 www.oswego.edu

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Hail OSWEGO Voices fill the air Singing reverently Pledging our school fair Truth and loyalty This our song we raise In her name and praise Oswego, Alma Mater Hail to thee!