SUNY Oswego News

Fri Nov 20, 2015
Intercultural 'The Stone Age' explores self-identity, destructive allure of drugs

“The Stone Age,” a play adapted in a multicultural collaboration of visiting scholars from India and SUNY Oswego students, faculty and staff, will take the Hewitt Union ballroom stage at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 4, and 2 p.m. Saturday, Dec. 5.



Wed Nov 18, 2015
Applied learning: Students build mobile air-quality sensors

Students of SUNY Oswego computer science professor James Early (left) work with mobile air-quality sensors they assembled for use on a study-travel experience in London.



Fri Nov 13, 2015
'Messiah' to serve as centerpiece of multi-ensemble Holiday Concert

Handel’s majestic “Messiah” will echo through St. Mary of the Assumption Church as a Holiday Concert features singers from SUNY Oswego, Oswego High School and throughout the community at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday, Dec. 1.



Tue Nov 10, 2015
College to offer heaping helping of activities for Thanksgiving break

A generous menu of family-friendly activities will greet members of the surrounding community visiting SUNY Oswego during Thanksgiving break, thanks to an invitation college President Deborah F. Stanley is extending to the college’s neighbors.



Tue Nov 10, 2015
SUNY Oswego earns 2016 Best for Vets recognition

Military Times has named SUNY Oswego a 2016 Best for Vets College, ranking it among only 125 four-year colleges and universities nationwide for the second consecutive year.



Mon Nov 09, 2015
Candidates for degrees in art to exhibit works at Tyler Art Gallery

Candidates for SUNY Oswego undergraduate degrees in art will exhibit work from their portfolios starting Saturday, Nov. 21, in Penfield Library’s Tyler Art Gallery. The free show will run through Dec. 10.



Fri Nov 06, 2015
College to celebrate Military Appreciation Night at hockey game

In appreciation of the nation’s military, SUNY Oswego will welcome veterans, active duty, Guard or Reserves service members to attend the Friday, Nov. 20, men’s ice hockey game, with a guest, for free.



Thu Nov 05, 2015
Anthropologist explores migration among Canada's French-speaking minorities

SUNY Oswego anthropology faculty member Lindsay A. Bell has co-authored a book that traces labor mobility among French-speaking Canadians across the broad sweep of the country, from Alberta oil sands and Arctic diamond mines to a fishing-and-tourism village in New Brunswick.



Thu Nov 05, 2015
Democracy now comes in variety of forms, new book argues

Traditional theories of what constitutes a democracy must make way for multiple new approaches to the concept around the world, SUNY Oswego political science professor Dr. Stephen J. Rosow and Australian colleague Dr. Jim George contend in a new book.



Wed Nov 04, 2015
SUNY Oswego researchers share new grant to monitor fish for pollutants

Under a $1.5 million share of an Environmental Protection Agency grant, SUNY Oswego and its Environmental Research Center will continue in a research partnership that has documented marked declines in older chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.



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