SUNY Oswego News

Wed Dec 13, 2006
Rice Creek Field Station to explore winter wonders

observing natureNature hikes, storytelling sessions, a printmaking program and a birdwatching excursion are among the winter activities scheduled at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station.



Wed Dec 06, 2006
Professor's book on Capone translated into Chinese

book presentationDr. Luciano Iorizzo, professor emeritus of history at SUNY Oswego, has seen his book “Al Capone: A Biography” translated into Chinese recently.



Wed Dec 06, 2006
Local business leaders help judge revitalization project

business judgesLindsay Bevis (right), a student in Professor Ann Edwards-Giumarra’s “Business Organization” class, moderated team presentations of a class project involving economic revitalization of New Orleans on Dec. 4.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
More than 600 set for December graduation

grads wavingHundreds of SUNY Oswego students will participate in the December graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 16, in Laker Hall before going in different directions.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
Dorsey named VP for development, alumni relations

Kerry DorseySUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley has appointed Kerry Dorsey, who has worked in the college’s development office since 2003, as the new vice president for development and alumni relations.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
Students helping hone lake-effect snow forecasting

student with computerA $10,000 grant is paying SUNY Oswego meteorology students to help the National Weather Service better forecast and understand lake-effect snowstorms.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
International grant to take Oswego professor to Brazil

Shashi KanburDr. Shashi Kanbur, an assistant professor of physics at SUNY Oswego, has received the 2006 Chretien International Research Grant from the American Astronomical Society to carry out collaborative research with colleagues in Brazil.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
West African nation's education system benefiting from professor's book

Dr. Alfred Frederick, a professor of curriculum and instruction at SUNY Oswego, is the author of a book that will be used by the West African nation of Benin to train teachers and improve its educational system.



Wed Nov 29, 2006
Magazine recommends Oswego for Hispanic students

Hispanic Outlook magazine has listed SUNY Oswego among its “2006 Publisher’s Picks.”



Wed Nov 22, 2006
157-voice chorus, three soloists set for 'Carmina'

chorus rehearsalThe voices of a 157-voice chorus and three soloists will provide the sonic backdrop to the modern hip-hop choreography of Nicholasleichterdance in “Carmina Burana” at 7:30 p.m. Dec. 8 and 9 in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.



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