SUNY Oswego News

Wed Jan 25, 2006
Special sold-out weekend salutes Romney history

hockey practiceAfter more than 40 years hosting thousands of cheering students, hundreds of exciting hockey contests, several All-Americans and at least one Olympian, Golden Romney Field House’s farewell tour will spotlight a pair of sold-out games this weekend.

Wed Jan 25, 2006
Project to pave way for teaching women's history

Judy WellmanThe new Roads from Seneca Falls project could change a whole generation’s understanding of women’s history, according to Judy Wellman, professor emerita of history at SUNY Oswego.

Wed Jan 25, 2006
WRVO tunes into upgraded facilities

WRVO broadcastThe longtime dream of WRVO broadcasting from upgraded, digital facilities came true on Martin Luther King Jr. Day this year.

Wed Jan 25, 2006
Harvard astronomer to speak in Science Today series

John HuchraSUNY Oswego’s Science Today lecture series will add a special program as it resumes this semester: “The State of the Universe Report” by Dr. John Huchra of Harvard University.

Wed Jan 25, 2006
Comedy-mystery next theatre offering

Tom Stoppard’s “The Real Inspector Hound” will bound into Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre in February featuring a mystery plot and the comic antics of theatre critics Birdboot and Moon. 

Wed Jan 25, 2006
Survey finds graduate salaries surging

Average salaries for SUNY Oswego graduates made a sizable jump, despite a fairly flat job market, according to the college’s most recent career survey.

Mon Jan 23, 2006
State employees have new payroll gift option

payroll flyerAll New York state employees will receive a message with their paychecks this week about a new payroll deduction program to benefit SUNY campuses.

Fri Jan 20, 2006
Japanese paintings grace Tyler Art Gallery

Japanese scrollTyler Art Gallery presents “Japanese Paintings from the Henricksen Collection,” as well as recent work by faculty members, in exhibitions running through March 5.

Fri Jan 20, 2006
'Victoria' residency to feature performances, discussions

Victoria imageDulcinea Langfelder and Company’s “Victoria” will visit SUNY Oswego and the community for a series of performances and workshops focusing on Alzheimer’s disease. 

Wed Jan 18, 2006
AMA, institute partner for finance, accounting program

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer a series of non-credit certificate programs and courses at the institute in Phoenix.

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