SUNY Oswego News

Wed Apr 05, 2006
Professor, student explore stress factors in wolves

imageA professor and student at SUNY Oswego are performing a study that could impact how wolves and other animals are raised at zoos and in captivity around North America.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Women's soccer scores competition, cultural studies in Europe

soccer sceneThe Oswego State women’s soccer team headed to Spain and Portugal for spring-break competition, connections and cultural studies, the first of what may be increased athletics abroad opportunities.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Quest panel explores history, tactics of terrorism

quest logoThree students will examine “Perspectives on Terrorism” from a historical perspective at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, in Room 107A of Lanigan Hall. The panel presentation one of more than 180 sessions during Quest, the college’s annual symposium of research and scholarly activity.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Dance, set design to make 'Little Shop' distinctive

dance rehearsalSUNY Oswego students stroll, tango and twist on stage for the theatre performance of “Little Shop of Horrors,” which continues this weekend in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Horner to wrap Ke-Nekt season

Jacqueline HornerJacqueline Horner will present Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Cantata 202 (Wedding Cantata)” and songs by English composers Henry Purcell and John Blow in the season’s final installment of Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
More than 180 sessions slated for Quest

Wednesday, April 19, will mark SUNY Oswego’s annual celebration of scholarly and creative pursuits at the 27th annual Quest symposium. Classes are replaced by more than 180 sessions, free and open to the public, that showcase the work of students, faculty and staff.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Recorder Consort to offer 'Feast of Suites'

Recorder ConsortThe SUNY Oswego Recorder Consort will present its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, at the Church of the Resurrection, corner of West Fifth and Cayuga streets in Oswego. 



Wed Apr 05, 2006
SUNY Oswego to host forum on alternate energy sources

SUNY Oswego’s Center for Business and Community Development will host a public issues forum on alternate energy sources from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 4, in Room of 222 of Sheldon Hall.



Wed Apr 05, 2006
Oswego English professor receives sixth NEH grant for Yeats seminar

reading YeatsLike last summer, 15 schoolteachers from across the United States will spend four weeks in Galway, Ireland, studying the works of poet William Butler Yeats with Professor Ed O’Shea this summer. 



Wed Apr 05, 2006
U.S. presidency expert keynote Quest speaker

Robert SpitzerThe keynote address for Quest on Wednesday, April 19, will be “The Bush Presidency and Its View of Executive Power” by Dr. Robert J. Spitzer, distinguished service professor of political science at SUNY Cortland and an expert on the American presidency.



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