SUNY Oswego News

Tue May 30, 2006
Oswego professors prepare to train Benin school inspectors

Benin collaborationSix professors from SUNY Oswego’s School of Education will travel to Benin later in July to deliver workshops and training, and Dr. Issaou Gado of Benin visited SUNY Oswego in May to help them prepare.



Wed May 24, 2006
Oswego alumni celebrate Reunion

taste eventMore than 700 graduates—and two media celebrities—are on the SUNY Oswego campus this weekend for Reunion 2006 activities.



Wed May 24, 2006
Rice Creek Field Station slates summer activities

Nature hikes, frog-related festivities and a session on animals’ telltale traces are among the summer activities offered through SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station.



Wed May 24, 2006
Planetarium to host free Sunday shows

Scott RobyThe Charles H. Jerred Planetarium at SUNY Oswego will host free shows for the public each Sunday in June.



Mon May 22, 2006
Two professors honored for teaching excellence

Mark MoreyDr. T. Mark Morey, a professor of psychology, and Dr. Harrison Yang, a professor of curriculum and instruction, are the 2006 recipients of the SUNY Oswego President’s Award for Teaching Excellence.



Mon May 22, 2006
Ceremonies will re-air on Time Warner Cable

graduates hugThe dual graduation ceremonies comprising SUNY Oswego’s 145th Commencement are being rebroadcast this week on Time Warner Cable’s Channel 96 in Central New York.



Wed May 17, 2006
Commencement ceremonies set Saturday

grads waitAround 1,200 graduating students, thousands of their friends and family, and two accomplished alumni will converge on the lakeside campus for SUNY Oswego’s dual Commencement ceremonies on Saturday.



Mon May 15, 2006
Godwaldt recognized for professional excellence

Johan GodwaldtJohan Godwaldt, a technical director in SUNY Oswego’s theatre department, has received a SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.



Thu May 11, 2006
Field station hosts statewide envirothon this week

imageHundreds of high school students from across the state are converging on the SUNY Oswego campus and the college’s Rice Creek Field Station for the New York State Envirothon, which continues today.



Tue May 09, 2006
'Mountains Beyond Mountains' summer reading selection


book coverTracy Kidder’s “Mountains Beyond Mountains,” the story of doctor and anthropologist Paul Farmer’s quest to solve world epidemics, is the Oswego Reading Initiative selection for campus-wide perusal this summer and discussion in the next academic year.



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