SUNY Oswego News

Wed Oct 05, 2005
Rice Creek Field Station adds second birding session

So many people flocked to sign up for a bird-watching trip sponsored by SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station that organizers will add a second session of the “Waterfowl at Montezuma” program.



Wed Oct 05, 2005
Family and Friends Weekend continues

imagePerformances, art exhibitions, athletic events and a variety of gatherings mark Oswego’s annual Family and Friends Weekend, which runs through Sunday.



Wed Oct 05, 2005
First offering of Arabic 101 proves popular

When Oswego’s modern languages and literatures department announced its first section of Arabic 101 last spring, “it was amazing how well (students) responded,” said Ahmed S. Ould-Mohamed, the adjunct instructor.



Wed Oct 05, 2005
Biology delegation attends Botanical Congress

Willow Eyres presenting at International Botanical CongressJim Seago, professor of biology at SUNY Oswego, and Willow Eyres, a May graduate in biology and the Honors Program, participated in the recent XVII International Botanical Congress in Vienna, Austria. 



Wed Oct 05, 2005
Public justice to host fraud investigator's talk

Health care fraud investigator Stephen A. Morreale of Massachusetts will give a public lecture on Medicaid and health care fraud at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, in Room 104 of Lanigan Hall at SUNY Oswego.



Wed Oct 05, 2005
'Our Town' opening draws near

cast members of Our TownMany students are taking part in the opening performance of the college’s theatre season, Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Our Town.”



Wed Oct 05, 2005
Institute to offer Access database training

A Microsoft Access software training class will be offered at the Oswego State Education Center later this month.



Fri Sep 30, 2005
Minimal set maximizes story in 'Our Town'

image“Our Town,” the Pulitzer Prize-winning story that kick off the college’s theatre season, relies on few set pieces to create the imaginary town of Grover’s Corners. Author Thornton Wilder calls upon audiences to focus on the spoken word of the show and the message of the characters to build the story.



Fri Sep 30, 2005
College launches Campaign for Oswego

imageShortly after 9 a.m. on Sept. 30, the message of the Campaign for Oswego reached America as around two dozen enthusiastic SUNY Oswego students and Al Roker mentioned it live on the NBC-TV “Today” show.



Wed Sep 28, 2005
Professors to discuss reactions to Hurricane Katrina

Members of SUNY Oswego’s faculty will examine issues related to Hurricane Katrina in two panel discussions this fall that will be open to the public. The first at 7:30 p.m. on Oct. 6 in the basement lounge of Hart Hall will focus on the psychological, political and international reactions to the disaster.



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