SUNY Oswego News

Fri Sep 29, 2006
Demand for engineers spurs college to explore adding degree programs

engineering tourSUNY Oswego is in the process of formally proposing a new degree program in software engineering and is exploring possible new programs in computer and electrical engineering.

Wed Sep 27, 2006
Program to focus on entrepreneurship

Lois Frankel On Oct. 12, SUNY Oswego’s Center for Business and Community Development will gather women from Central and Northern New York in a spirit of entrepreneurship.

Wed Sep 27, 2006
Family, Friends Weekend slated Oct. 20 to 22

event logo The opening of a new building, a national panel on media and sports, theatre and music performances, athletic events and gatherings will mark SUNY Oswego’s annual Family and Friends Weekend, Friday, Oct. 20, to Sunday, Oct. 22.

Wed Sep 27, 2006
Classic 'Antigone' receives updated treatment

two actressesA 2,500-year-old Greek tragedy is given a modern spin in the SUNY Oswego theatre department production of “Antigone,” the current production in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.

Wed Sep 27, 2006
Performers at Ke-Nekt concert share lifelong love of music

working in MIDI LabThe Eugene Friesen Ensemble will welcome Aaron Reece of SUNY Oswego’s music department to the stage when the group opens this year’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series with a blend of world music, classical, folk and rock at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 11, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom.

Wed Sep 20, 2006
Borrelli Media Summit to examine media impact on athletics

Media Summit logoA panel of national figures in athletics and sports journalism will discuss the impact of media on sports at the second annual Louis A. Borrelli Jr. Media Summit at 3 p.m. Friday, Oct. 20.

Wed Sep 20, 2006
College jazz project hits right notes in downtown Oswego

quartet performsSUNY Oswego’s music department is turning a downtown Oswego restaurant into a weekly jazz club to support students and the community.

Wed Sep 20, 2006
Student earns scholarships to make documentary in Japan

Ashley RathThanks to winning three very competitive scholarships, SUNY Oswego senior Ashley Rath is studying in Japan and filming a documentary.

Wed Sep 20, 2006
Adaptation of 'Antigone' looks at idealism, authority

Antigone castA young woman’s ideals collide with uncompromising authority in “Antigone,” the current production for SUNY Oswego’s theatre department.

Wed Sep 20, 2006
Renowned digital artist Diane Fenster coming to campus

digital artInternationally exhibited digital photographer and photo illustrator Diane Fenster will visit SUNY Oswego as an artist in residence in early October.

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