SUNY Oswego News

Thu Sep 01, 2016
Weeklong ALANA multicultural celebration to mark 30 years

SUNY Oswego’s ALANA Student Leadership Conference celebrates 30 years of multicultural events Sept. 17 to 24 with happenings ranging from fashion show to banquet, from peace walk to cultural festival, from educational activities to entertainment.

Thu Sep 01, 2016
We are Oz: SUNY Oswego enrolls its most culturally diverse student population ever

“I Am Oz” is a statement familiar to most students, faculty, staff and recent alumni of the State University of New York College at Oswego (SUNY Oswego). It is the inclusive and welcoming statement that has been the opener for acknowledging and learning about the broad ethnic and cultural backgrounds of students, faculty and staff at the institution from every background. This week the college welcomed to campus more than 2,100 new students and the college is celebrating its most culturally diverse (defined as students who self-identify as Hispanic, Asian, African-American, Native American, Pacific Islander or in more than one category) student body in the college’s history—25.8% of the total undergraduate and graduate population including a record-setting 33.8% of the first-year class, up 3.2% from last year’s first-year class and an 80% increase from 2010. Each of these students are now a part of “Oz” and, together, they are transforming and shining the light on Oz.

Wed Aug 31, 2016
Mary Canale named SUNY Oswego's interim vice president
of development and alumni relations

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley appointed 20-year development professional Mary Canale to the position of interim vice president of development and alumni relations. Canale succeeds Kerry Dorsey, who retires Oct. 13 after 13 years of exceptional service to her alma mater.

Wed Aug 31, 2016
SUNY Oswego again named a 'Best in Northeast' college

SUNY Oswego appears on The Princeton Review’s recently released “Best in the Northeast” recommended schools for 2017.

Tue Aug 30, 2016
Readings, events to celebrate women's voting rights milestones

In advance of the 100th anniversary of women receiving the right to vote in the state, SUNY Oswego’s gender and women’s studies program will host a series of book readings and discussions.

Mon Aug 29, 2016
SUNY Oswego surpasses $43 million in largest campaign
among SUNY peers, more than doubles endowment

With Passion & Purpose: The Campaign for SUNY Oswego raised a total of $43,483,781, surpassing its most ambitious goal in college history by $3.48 million. This is the largest completed campaign among all SUNY comprehensive colleges, and the total is nearly double Oswego’s last campaign, which raised $23.8 million. 

Mon Aug 29, 2016
SUNY Oswego music colleagues to solo with Central Winds ensemble

Central Winds, a 50-member Central New York wind ensemble, joins faculty piano and saxophone soloists Robert Auler and Trevor Jorgensen for a concerto at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 9, in Waterman Theatre in SUNY Oswego’s revitalized Tyler Hall.

Fri Aug 26, 2016
SUNY Oswego hires Wayne Westervelt as chief communication officer

SUNY Oswego hired Wayne Westervelt as the new chief communication officer for the college, President Deborah F. Stanley announced.

Thu Aug 25, 2016
New sculptures sprout in college's second exhibition of public art

SUNY Oswego’s sculpture garden now blooms with bright red spikes and other eye-catching pieces in the second biennial Oswego Sculpture Initiative between Marano Campus Center and Penfield Library.

Wed Aug 24, 2016
Professor's book sums up boom in research on lithium isotopes

Lead author Paul Tomascak of SUNY Oswego’s atmospheric and geological sciences faculty pulls together in a new book all of the modern research on the element lithium’s isotopes, a booming field of study with applications from exploring star formation to tracing sources of groundwater contamination.

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