SUNY Oswego News

Thu Sep 30, 2004
SATB's vocal stylings continue chamber music series

imageSUNY Oswego’s Ke-nekt’ chamber music series will continue with the four-part choral harmonies of SATB at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 19, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom.



Thu Sep 30, 2004
Mexican folk ballet company to perform

Quetzalli: Ballet Folklorico de Veracruz will bring the dancing, music and culture of Mexico to Waterman Theatre at 7 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 23.



Thu Sep 30, 2004
Oswego faculty join Grace Moore concert

Dr. Todd Graber of Oswego’s music faculty and Anthony Crain, emeritus professor of music at Oswego, will be among the professional musicians in the second annual Grace Moore Concert on Oct. 9 in Mexico.



Tue Sep 28, 2004
Triple casting underscores themes in 'Infinity's House'

imageFor the theatre season opener “Infinity’s House,” a novel triple casting for one role will emphasize particular themes in the modern drama that will open Oct. 8, director Paul Savas said.



Tue Sep 28, 2004
Conference to explore terrorism, global uncertainty

With a theme of “Terrorism and Responses to Global Uncertainty,” students and faculty from the New York State Sociological Association will probe timely topics during their annual meeting, Oct. 8 and 9, at SUNY Oswego.



Wed Sep 22, 2004
Oswego's Business School named among best

imageThe Princeton Review has named SUNY Oswego’s School of Business one of the “Best 143 Business Schools” in its new graduate school guidebook, released Sept. 21.



Wed Sep 22, 2004
Distinguished environmental analyst to speak

Dr. William F. Hunt Jr., a well-known environmental statistician, will visit campus from Oct. 4 to 8. He will deliver the Science Today lecture on environmental issues and statistics at 4 p.m. Oct. 6. This lecture is co-sponsored by the Oswego chapter of Sigma-Xi, the scientific research society.



Wed Sep 22, 2004
Free screening for depression offered Oct. 6

Mental health professionals from SUNY Oswego’s Counseling Services Center will offer the opportunity to learn about the signs and symptoms of depression and to participate in a free screening as part of National Depression Screening Day, Oct. 6.



Wed Sep 22, 2004
Political history book finds receptive audience

A book by two SUNY Oswego political science professors has found an audience among scholars and professors large enough to warrant a second, revised edition.



Wed Sep 22, 2004
Oswego symposia to begin with medical ethics

A SUNY Oswego symposium on medical ethics on Sept. 29 will be the first public event in a School of Education project funded under Auxiliary Services’ Support for Engagement 2000. The symposium will begin at 4:30 p.m. Sept. 29 in Bell Auditorium and is open to the public.



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