SUNY Oswego News

Wed Mar 08, 2006
Oswego emerges as unique in new classification system

The new standard classification system for colleges and universities describes SUNY Oswego as “more selective” and “highly residential” with a “very high undergraduate” enrollment among master’s colleges and universities with larger graduate programs.

Wed Mar 08, 2006
Professor's text teaches sociology through 'Seinfeld'

Delaney with bookA new text by an Oswego professor teaches sociology using one of the most popular TV shows ever and one of the college’s most famous students.

Wed Mar 08, 2006
Two student art exhibitions open March 24

working on artTwo exhibitions featuring student talent—the 43rd annual Juried Student Art Exhibition and the Spring Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition—are on display in Tyler Art Gallery.

Wed Mar 08, 2006
Rice Creek Field Station slates spring activities

Nature hikes, spring bird watching, chemistry for kids, a search for calling creatures and an environmental workshop highlight upcoming activities through SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station.

Wed Mar 08, 2006
Donated items can support Penfield Library

Penfield Library Associates and Penfield Library are accepting donations for their annual book sale, to be held in the library on April 17, 18 and 19. The sale is the library’s major fundraising effort. 

Thu Mar 02, 2006
Interdisciplinary cooperation to stage 'New Voices'

participants meetingRehearsals are under way for “New Voices,” the joint effort of SUNY Oswego’s English writing arts program and theatre department that has been showcasing student talent for more than a decade.

Thu Mar 02, 2006
Alumna to deliver Silveira lecture March 22

Ruth E. BaltusRuth E. Baltus, a 1977 Oswego graduate and professor of chemical engineering at Clarkson University, will deliver this year’s Augustine Silveira Jr. Distinguished Lecture at 4 p.m. Wednesday, March 22, in Room 101 of Snygg Hall on campus.

Wed Mar 01, 2006
2 Foot Yard to offer classes, concerts

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Foot YardCarla Kihlstedt and 2 Foot Yard will discuss creating music, provide master classes and produce an evening performance during the trio’s residency at SUNY Oswego beginning March 20.

Tue Feb 28, 2006
Fewer wires, more connections

working wirelessA large increase in wireless computing locations in academic buildings is expected to make the campus more connected.

Fri Feb 24, 2006
Campus to host forum on historic preservation

Sheldon HallA free public issues forum on campus will discuss “Historic Preservation as an Economic Development Tool” from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, March 16.

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