News Releases - June 2004

•   FIRST-EVER TECHNOLOGY CAMP SLATED AUG. 9 TO 13
The first-ever SUNY Oswego Technology Camp, Aug. 9 to 13, will aim to help fifth through eighth-grade students plug into problem-solving exercises while learning about advanced technology.

•   THEATRE INSTITUTE IN SPOTLIGHT JULY 18 TO 31
Workshops on stage presence, delivery and acting, as well as a trip to the Shaw Festival in Canada, will highlight SUNY Oswego's Summer eighth annual Theatre Institute from July 18 to 31.

•   SUMMER ART INSTITUTE SLATED JULY 18 TO 31
Students entering 10th and 11th grades can earn college credit for attending classes and studios at SUNY Oswego's eighth annual Summer Art Institute, July 18 to 31.

•   ENTERGY FUNDS 20TH INSTITUTE RUN BY SUNY OSWEGO PROFESSORS
SUNY Oswego has received support from Entergy Corp. for the 20th Institute in Energy Education for Secondary School Science and Technology Education Teachers to be held in July.

•   PROFESSOR PUBLISHES BOOK FROM AMERICAN, RUSSIAN SCHOLARS
Co-editing a publication about crime in Russia presented an opportunity to tackle an interesting subject and engage in a compelling international project, said Tim Delaney, assistant professor of sociology.

•   CONWAY EARNS CHANCELLOR'S AWARD FOR SERVICE
For members of the campus community, the good news is that Jean Conway, assistant athletic director and academic and life skills coordinator for student athletes, earned a Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Professional Service for the SUNY system. 



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