SUNY Oswego News

Wed Aug 03, 2005
Theatre season focuses on human condition

Comedy, drama, musical offerings and more will fill the playbill for SUNY Oswego’s 2005-06 theatre season.



Wed Aug 03, 2005
Rice Creek Field Stations offers autumn activities

Nature hikes, an educational environmental workshop and sessions on birds and bugs highlight autumn activities at Rice Creek Field Station.



Mon Jul 25, 2005
Institute offers software training for local businesses

Seeing a continuing need for software training in the business community, SUNY Oswego’s Institute for Professional and Organizational Development has formed a partnership with local computer instructors.



Fri Jul 15, 2005
Grant efforts for year reached $4.8 million

imageState University of New York at Oswego faculty and staff won $4.8 million in external funding for 60 research projects and sponsored programs during the 2004-05 fiscal year ending June 30.



Wed Jul 13, 2005
Alumnus donates $150,000 to create media summits

imageSome of the biggest names in the media world will congregate on the SUNY Oswego campus this fall and in future years to share their insights with students, thanks to the generosity of one alumnus.



Wed Jul 13, 2005
Oswego's theatre department earns national accreditation

imageThe prestigious National Association of Schools of Theatre accredited SUNY Oswego’s theatre department in May. 



Wed Jul 13, 2005
Entergy supports Oswego's Project SMART

imageThe Entergy Charitable Foundation has granted $25,000 to SUNY Oswego to support Project SMART (Science and Math Applied Resources for Teaching) “Kids at Work.”



Wed Jul 13, 2005
Oswego in national top 10 for sending students abroad

A SUNY Oswego student relaxes at a French cafeSUNY Oswego ranks No. 10 in the nation among master’s level institutions for sending students abroad for a quarter or semester, according to the most recent Open Doors report by the Institute for International Education.



Wed Jul 13, 2005
Professor's book looks at identity, organizing among Jewish women

imageA new book by Dr. Mary McCune of the history department explores how events half a world away and close to home influenced the political involvement of American Jewish women in the early decades of the 20th century.



Wed Jul 13, 2005
SUNY Oswego Payroll Office rolls up two state awards

SUNY Oswego’s Payroll Office received a pair of major statewide awards in late June, but John Trombly, the college’s director of payroll, said the honors reflect teamwork among several offices.



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