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Submitted by SUNY Oswego An ongoing connection to and love for SUNY Oswego resulted in a group of more than 50 former SUNY Oswego visiting scholars from China donating five large boxes of personal protection equipment (PPE) to the Oswego Health Foundation to support the work of local healthcare professionals. On April 13, Oswego Health unpacked 6,000 isolation masks and 1,000 N95 masks and 1200 pairs of latex gloves from the Chinese scholars. “At this difficult time when the whole world is facing the unprecedented pandemic of COVID-19, our heart is particularly with Oswego professors and colleagues when hearing that the number of confirmed cases sky-rocketed in New York State,” wrote Junhua Qiao on behalf of 53 former visiting scholars. “We have all greatly benefited from our visit to Oswego at different years and thankful to you who were so kind and generous in offering time and help both academically and in life to make us feel at home in Oswego. Once an Oswegonian, we will always be. We are always ready to help other Oswego family members.” SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley welcomed the generous idea on behalf of the community and directed the college to work with