SUNY Oswego News

Wed Oct 26, 2005
Oswego Festival Chorus to play French Romantic masterworks

The Oswego Festival Chorus, under the direction of Julie Pretzat, will present two French Romantic choral masterpieces at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Oswego.



Wed Oct 26, 2005
Faculty to present art songs of 20th century

Members of the music department will present a range of creative works at the 20th Century American/British Art Song Recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9.



Wed Oct 26, 2005
Philosophy Fridays preview faculty work in progress

Robert Card of the philosophy departmentThe SUNY Oswego philosophy department will continue its Philosophy Fridays presentations in November on campus.



Wed Oct 26, 2005
Students give hurricane relief 'second wind'

logo for Red Cross fundraiserStudents at SUNY Oswego will host the Second Wind Gulf Coast Relief Telethon on Sunday, Oct. 30. The telethon will run live from 6 to 11 p.m. in the Hewitt Union ballroom on campus.



Tue Oct 25, 2005
WRVO to air Borrelli Media Summit

participants in first-ever Borrelli Media SummitThe WRVO Stations will broadcast their tape of SUNY Oswego’s first Louis A. Borrelli Jr. Media Summit at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31.



Wed Oct 19, 2005
Oswego's open houses proving increasingly popular

Prospective students visit Open HouseSUNY Oswego’s recent annual Columbus Day Open House for prospective students experienced one of its highest turnouts ever.



Wed Oct 19, 2005
NIH funds new direction for project's research

The National Institute of Mental Health will tap into the vast neurobehavioral data amassed by the Oswego Children’s Study to learn more about the adolescent brain and how it develops.



Wed Oct 19, 2005
Professor's publication guiding student projects on many campuses

James Molinari with his new bookA manual with roots in James Molinari’s SUNY Oswego classes is appearing in courses around the country, including at prestigious business institutions like the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.



Wed Oct 19, 2005
Oswego researchers studying Appalachian origins

A new grant will enable researchers at Oswego to try to unearth clues in a geological mystery—about a specific type of rock and perhaps how the Appalachian Mountains formed.



Wed Oct 19, 2005
Benin minister explores partnership with Oswego

An educational delegation from Benin visits OswegoRafiatou Karimou, Benin’s minister of primary and secondary education, met with SUNY Oswego administrators and School of Education faculty recently during a weeklong visit to begin establishing a partnership with the college.



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