SUNY Oswego News

Wed Feb 01, 2006
'Inspector Hound' to spoof popular whodunits

cast imageWith the goal of taking audience members on a farcical theatrical ride, Oswego students will continue the comical whodunit “The Real Inspector Hound” in Waterman Theatre this weekend.



Wed Feb 01, 2006
SUNY Oswego lectures to observe Darwin Day

SUNY Oswego’s Interdisciplinary Programs and Activities Center will hold a series of talks this month in honor of Darwin Day, commemorated internationally around Charles Darwin’s birthday, Feb. 12, as a date to promote the importance of science as a universal language.



Wed Feb 01, 2006
Oswego institute partners to offer paralegal course

In an effort to meet an increasing demand for paralegals, the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development has partnered with the Center for Legal Studies to offer a paralegal certificate course designed for those entering the field as well as advanced legal workers.



Wed Feb 01, 2006
Professional development sessions continue in Liverpool

SUNY Oswego, the Greater Liverpool Chamber of Commerce and the Liverpool Public Library have partnered to offer a “Brown Bag Lunch and Learn” professional development program free for employees of local businesses and members of the Liverpool chamber.



Wed Feb 01, 2006
Program to focus on eating disorders

Helping people examine their attitudes toward eating and body image is the motivation for Body Acceptance and Eating Awareness Day, set for Feb. 15.



Fri Jan 27, 2006
Carter Pann brings new spin on classical music

Carter PannUp-and-coming composer Carter Pann’s original work with nods to many genres will mark the next installment of SUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series.



Thu Jan 26, 2006
Students help build homes over winter break

tile workSeveral SUNY Oswego students on winter break raised walls and hope with Habitat for Humanity in Brunswick, Ga.



Wed Jan 25, 2006
Excellence fund in biology to assist student research

Halliday with studentsA Syracuse plastic surgeon has pledged $50,000 for an excellence fund for SUNY Oswego biology students. Dr. Douglas Halliday, a 1972 graduate of Oswego, aims to inspire students to go on to careers in science and medicine. 



Wed Jan 25, 2006
New semester, new quarters

Sheldon Hall All the recent renovations and construction on campus are resulting in new homes for several campus offices and departments. Some moved over the winter recess and some earlier in the fall.



Wed Jan 25, 2006
Special sold-out weekend salutes Romney history

hockey practiceAfter more than 40 years hosting thousands of cheering students, hundreds of exciting hockey contests, several All-Americans and at least one Olympian, Golden Romney Field House’s farewell tour will spotlight a pair of sold-out games this weekend.



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