SUNY Oswego News

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.

Tue Jun 28, 2005
First-ever Summer Open House July 22

imageSUNY Oswego will hold its first-ever Summer Open House on Friday, July 22, to reach new high school seniors beginning their search for a college.

Tue Jun 28, 2005
Technology Camp to connect with young learners

imageYoung learners with an interest in technology and problem solving can plug into the Oswego Technology Camp at SUNY Oswego July 25 to 29 and Aug. 1 to 5.

Thu Jun 23, 2005
More than 500 alumni return for Reunion 2005

imageA taste of their favorite Oswego foods, a roaring bonfire at Fallbrook and a lakeside picnic were some of the experiences awaiting more than 530 Oswego State alumni who returned to campus for Reunion 2005, June 10 to 12.

Tue Jun 14, 2005
College angles top-10 placement

SUNY Oswego has been named one of the top-10 fly-fishing colleges by the editors of Fly Rod & Reel magazine.

Tue Jun 14, 2005
Professor introduces young audiences to West African history, culture

imageMiddle school students will be among the first to read the latest scholarship on early West African civilization with the recent publication of “Empires of Medieval West Africa: Ghana, Mali and Songhay” by Dr. David C. Conrad, professor of history at SUNY Oswego.

Tue Jun 14, 2005
Two earn awards for community service

imageDedication to local causes has earned Joan Goodman and Shelly Reifke this year’s Bernie G. Henderson Community Service Awards at SUNY Oswego.

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