SUNY Oswego News

Wed Mar 09, 2005
'Managing Conflict' to begin March 22

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer a series of noncredit certificate programs and courses at the institute in Phoenix. “Managing Conflict” is scheduled to begin March 22.



Wed Mar 09, 2005
Reading, reception to feature Diana Abu-Jaber '80

Award-winning author Diana Abu-Jaber, who graduated from SUNY Oswego in 1980, will be featured at a reading and reception to launch her newest book, “The Language of Baklava: A Memoir,” Tuesday, March 15, at Borders Books and Music in Syracuse’s Carousel Mall.



Tue Mar 08, 2005
Groundbreaking ballet company to perform

imageAlonzo King’s Lines Ballet will wrap this season’s Artswego Performing Arts Series at SUNY Oswego with a performance of its dynamic dance work “Before the Blues” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 6, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.



Tue Mar 08, 2005
Three college presidents to speak on 'Changing Face of Higher Education'

imageAs part of the celebration of Women’s History Month, three Central New York college presidents will offer their views on the current state of colleges and universities in “The Changing Face of Higher Education: Challenges and Promises” at 4 p.m. Tuesday, March 22, at SUNY Oswego.



Mon Mar 07, 2005
Spring admissions programs drawing visitors

imageNearly 400 visitors attended the first two specialty admissions programs of the semester, with hundreds more expected for future dates.



Mon Mar 07, 2005
'Women Aloud' fund-raiser set March 7

imageMembers of the campus and community will contribute songs and readings for the annual “Women Aloud: The Feminine Voice in Our Lives” fund-raiser for SUNY Oswego women’s studies scholarships at 7:30 p.m. Monday, March 7, in Hewitt Union’s Bell Auditorium.



Thu Mar 03, 2005
Laker women hoopsters fall in tournament

imageThey had a packed and loud Laker Hall and a fast start, but it wasn’t enough for the women’s basketball team to win its first-ever NCAA Tournament contest. The Lakers lost to William Smith 68-58 in a match that was tight until the end on Saturday.



Wed Feb 23, 2005
Elements Quartet to offer music, advice during residency

imageThe renowned chamber music group Elements Quartet will meet with college classes, hold an interactive performance session and present its new production “Snapshots” during a residency at SUNY Oswego from March 8 to 10.



Wed Feb 23, 2005
Admissions CD earns marketing award

imageA mini CD-ROM selling prospective students on SUNY Oswego received a gold award in the 20th annual Admissions Advertising Awards, sponsored by Admissions Marketing Report.



Wed Feb 23, 2005
New book charts literacy's influence on family of 19th century women

imageDrawing on archives at Syracuse University, Dr. Claire White Putala, associate professor of curriculum and instruction at SUNY Oswego, has produced a study of women’s literacy as expressed in a 19th century upper middle class family spread out from Nantucket to Philadelphia to nearby Auburn.



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