SUNY Oswego News

Thu Oct 14, 2004
Campus urged to vote for 2005 ORI book

imageThe Oswego Reading Initiative committee has whittled the list of nominations for the next ORI selection down to five choices.



Wed Oct 13, 2004
Columbus Day Open House sees increased interest

imageMore than 300 families explored SUNY Oswego during the college’s annual Columbus Day Open House—one of the best turnouts in the program’s history, organizers said.



Wed Oct 13, 2004
Jazz Guitar Festival returns Nov. 13

imageIntensive sessions for all levels of musicians, hands-on workshops and performances will highlight the fourth annual daylong SUNY Oswego Jazz Guitar Festival on Saturday, Nov. 13.



Wed Oct 13, 2004
Author, educator to speak Nov. 4

Award-winning author, poet and educator Mary Swander will discuss multicultural teaching and writing when she presents “Arts Education: At Home and Abroad,” an admission-free talk at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, in Room 102 of Lanigan Hall.



Wed Oct 13, 2004
Oswego grad to share leadership tips

imageAn Oswego alumnus and successful leader of a multinational company will return to campus to share his experiences with current students. 



Fri Oct 08, 2004
Alumna to perform in support of scholarship

imageActress, storyteller and poetry/spoken word performer Millie Quinones-Dunlap will return to her alma mater to present her one-woman show “Through the Eyes of a Bronx Girl” at 7:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 25, in Bell Auditorium in Hewitt Union.



Wed Oct 06, 2004
Election fueling political engagement on campus

imageWith the 2004 election just a few weeks away, the level of political engagement on the SUNY Oswego campus has been on the rise through a voter registration drive and special awareness activities.



Wed Oct 06, 2004
Quetzalli residency to share creativity, culture

imageQuetzalli: Ballet Folklorico de Veracruz will meet with business and theatre students, provide a lecture/demonstration of their work and present a special program for migrant workers during their late-October residency through SUNY Oswego.



Wed Oct 06, 2004
Professor publishes 'richer' version of African epic

imageFor the past 10 years, SUNY Oswego history Professor David C. Conrad has been working to bring to print “one of the biggest finds of my research in Africa”—the fullest recorded version of a great medieval oral epic from West Africa.



Wed Oct 06, 2004
New online journal promotes learner-centered education

SUNY Oswego is home to a new professional journal, the online Journal of Authentic Learning, which comes out of the curriculum and instruction department.



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