SUNY Oswego News

Wed Jan 04, 2006
Professional development series continues at institute

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer a series of noncredit classes through the institute in Phoenix.

Fri Dec 30, 2005
Alumni + Students = Opportunity

ABC student internsOswego alumni and current students came together in New York City on Jan. 5 as the Oswego Alumni Association and the college’s Career Services Office co-hosted the fourth annual New York City Career Connections.

Tue Dec 27, 2005
'Victoria' production looks at Alzheimer's

Victoria images“Victoria,” a multimedia theatre production that deals with Alzheimer’s disease, comes to the stage at Waterman Theatre at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 2, and Friday, Feb. 3.

Wed Dec 21, 2005
WinterSession warming up campus

working on computerHundreds of students are starting the new year with learning through WinterSession classes from Jan. 2 to 20.

Wed Dec 14, 2005
Rice Creek Field Station slates winter activities

winter sceneNature hikes, winter bird watching, lessons on tracking, storytelling sessions and an environmental workshop highlight upcoming activities through Rice Creek Field Station.

Wed Dec 07, 2005
Campus community spreads holiday cheer

hanging ornamentsMembers of the campus community are helping brighten the holiday spirits of needy families through the 18th annual SUNY Oswego Toy Drive.

Fri Dec 02, 2005
Foundation helps COPE send 'Soap for Soldiers'

collected donationsThe Oswego College Foundation and two student groups have stepped in to help COPE, the Coalition for Peace Education and Mediation, make life a little brighter for U.S. troops abroad.

Wed Nov 30, 2005
Packed house enjoys December Commencement; graduates prepared

honor graduatesMore than 600 students took steps toward their future at December graduation ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 17. 

Wed Nov 30, 2005
Professor wins grant to calculate astronomical distances

An astrophysicist at SUNY Oswego is part of an international team of three scientists who will perform the first uniform analysis of a set of data generated by the Hubble Space Telescope, giving the astronomical community a resource for many new investigations.

Wed Nov 30, 2005
Philosophy professor wins fellowships to study emotion

craig delanceyDr. Craig DeLancey, assistant professor of philosophy and cognitive science, has received two fellowships for 2006 that will allow him to spend 12 months exploring the relationship between rational action and emotion.

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