SUNY Oswego News

Wed Jan 05, 2005
Campus, community to help tsunami victims

The massive earthquake and tsunami that battered Asia may have taken place half a world away, but members the Oswego campus and community hope to help the healing process.

Tue Dec 21, 2004
Laker Days festival slated Jan. 27 to 30

imageThe second Laker Days festival will offer home athletic contests, talent showcases, intramural tournaments, creativity competitions and other campus activities from Jan. 27 to 30.

Tue Dec 21, 2004
Oswego alumni, employees among 'Forty Under 40'

imageHalf of the young professionals honored as “Forty Under 40” young achievers by the Oswego County Business Magazine Dec. 17 were alumni, faculty or staff of SUNY Oswego.

Fri Dec 17, 2004
WinterSession classes unfold in January

imageHundreds of students are expected to warm up campus during the current WinterSession program.

Wed Dec 08, 2004
Rice Creek Field Station sets winter activities

imageWonders of winter stories, snowshoe hikes, studies of wildlife tracks, a waterfowl tour and a workshop are among the winter activities taking place at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station.

Wed Dec 01, 2004
Smaller classes making big difference for freshmen

imageThe idea of emphasizing smaller classes for freshmen is to make a larger impact on learning. So far, the results of an expanded effort to that effect on campus are promising.

Wed Dec 01, 2004
Hundreds to graduate Dec. 18

imageAbout 700 SUNY Oswego students are eligible to participate in the December graduation ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 18, in the Laker Hall gymnasium.

Wed Dec 01, 2004
New archeology facility enriches student experiences

imageSUNY Oswego’s anthropology students can get even more hands-on experience with the addition of an indoor archeology lab in the basement of Mahar Hall.

Wed Dec 01, 2004
Novel about autism next ORI selection

image“The Speed of Dark” by Elizabeth Moon sped to the top of the list to become the 2005 Oswego Reading Initiative book selection to be read next summer by the SUNY Oswego campus community. The book is the first novel in the ORI series.

Wed Dec 01, 2004
Professor participates in major Chinese research project

A professor in SUNY Oswego’s School of Business is participating in a major research project in China that aims to reduce inefficiencies in the process of manufacturing, distributing and selling products.

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