SUNY Oswego News

Wed Feb 22, 2006
Squonk Opera working with students, faculty to create original production

imageThe leaders of an internationally known performing-arts troupe were on campus recently to collaborate on a new piece that will be created and make its world premiere at SUNY Oswego.



Mon Feb 20, 2006
Alumni association presents reprints of 'Family Portrait'

spelling out OswegoAlumni, faculty, staff, students and friends of SUNY Oswego can now own a permanent remembrance of the daylong celebration on campus Sept. 30, which launched Inspiring Horizons: The Campaign for Oswego.



Thu Feb 16, 2006
'Women Aloud' evening to support scholarships

planning eventThe 17th annual “Women Aloud: The Feminine Voice in Our Lives” will present an evening of performances benefiting SUNY Oswego women’s studies scholarships at 6 p.m. Monday, March 6, in Hewitt Union’s Bell Auditorium. 



Thu Feb 16, 2006
Nussbaum to discuss 'radical evil' at Steinkraus Lecture

Martha NussbaumRenowned philosopher Martha Nussbaum will be the guest speaker at SUNY Oswego’s 18th annual Warren Steinkraus Lectures on Human Ideals on Saturday, March 4.



Wed Feb 15, 2006
Acclaimed Cherish the Ladies to showcase Celtic stylings

Cherish the LadiesCherish the Ladies, one of the most successful Irish-American groups in Celtic music history, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, March 7, in Waterman Theatre.



Wed Feb 15, 2006
Diverse program slated for Feb. 28 Winter Concert

The SUNY Oswego music department will present a Winter Concert at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 28, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. This is a change from the originally planned “Night of Broadway” concert, which has been re-scheduled to May 10 in Waterman Theatre.



Wed Feb 15, 2006
AMA, institute providing professional development series

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer a series of noncredit classes at the institute in Phoenix.



Wed Feb 15, 2006
Program to address workplace conflict

SUNY Oswego, the Greater Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and the Liverpool Public Library will sponsor advice on minimizing workplace conflict in the next installment of the “Brown Bag Lunch and Learn” professional development program.



Wed Feb 08, 2006
Professors' book helps children cope with grief, loss

professors with bookWhen Jody Fiorini and Jodi Mullen found a need for counselors to learn more about helping children cope with grief and loss, they created a course. When they discovered a specific textbook for that course did not exist, they ended up writing one.



Wed Feb 08, 2006
Sukrungruang inks writing fellowship

Ira SukrungruangOswego’s Ira Sukrungruang recently earned a New York Foundation for the Arts Fellowship in Nonfiction Literature for 2005-06 that supports emerging writers.



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