East Campus Construction
Eight years of brainstorming and innovating, strategizing
and negotiating have come to this: Faculty and staff are packing up in Piez
Hall as the college’s next series of construction projects prepares to launch
in earnest ...
Torchlight Ceremony to Welcome Newest Alumni
The Oswego Alumni Association has added an enhanced academic
procession to the annual Torchlight Ceremony, set for 9 p.m. May 14 in a tent
on the north lawn of the Campus
LESPaRC Is Centered on Real-Life Weather, Experience
Weather happens in the real world and a meteorology
professor would like his students’ forecasts to happen there, too ...
Names CMA Dean
Fritz Messere ’71, M
’76 was appointed founding dean of the new School of Communication,
Media and the Arts this month ...
Profs Seago, Garii Honored for Scholarly Work
One of the world’s foremost experts on the root
structure of aquatic and wetland plants and a teacher educator pursuing
multiple lines of inquiry received this year’s campus awards ...
Project Aims to Stem Extremism in Pakistan
SUNY Oswego’s Sarfraz Mian sees a future for Pakistan without extremist violence like the two
suicide bombings March 12 that killed 45 people on their way to Friday
afternoon congregational prayers in Lahore, the
city of Mian’s
What was your most memorable graduation moment?
Last month's question: As a student, when did you bring out the shorts and short sleeves?
Your answers: 60 degrees (43%), 70 degrees or more (26%), 50 degrees (24%), 40 degrees (4%), 30 or less (3%)
Fastest Skater Competition at NCAA’s
Oswego State men’s
hockey player Neil Musselwhite ’10
closed out his collegiate career by winning the Fastest Skater competition at
the 2010 NCAA Frozen Four Skills Challenge April 9 at Ford Field in Detroit ...
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