SUNY Oswego News

Thu Feb 13, 2014
Robotics contests provide STEM 'gateway', says SUNY Oswego educator, coach

Dan Tryon, a SUNY Oswego technology education faculty member, said the robotics team he helped form with another parent last fall did not dream of making it to the VEX Robotics World championships in April.



Thu Feb 13, 2014
Oswego names award-winning 'The Round House' summer read

The Oswego Reading Initiative at SUNY Oswego has chosen 2012 National Book Award-winning “The Round House”—Louise Erdrich’s “haunting, powerful” novel about a Native American boy’s search for justice for his mother—as this year’s summer read for the incoming class and the rest of campus and community members who wish to participate.



Wed Feb 12, 2014
'Rigoletto' adaptation draws inspiration from college, community

Oswego Opera Theatre’s reimagined “Rigoletto,” Feb. 21 and 23 at SUNY Oswego’s Waterman Theatre, shows the many ties of college and community, from plot to people.



Wed Feb 12, 2014
$22.2M project to modernize Tyler Hall plus its theatre, gallery

SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Hall will undergo a $22.2 million rejuvenation starting this summer, welcoming campus and community about a year and a half later to a more approachable, flexible and high-tech home for the performing and fine arts.



Thu Feb 06, 2014
Lakers athletics efforts score two national community-service awards

SUNY Oswego’s intercollegiate athletics department has been named the national winner for the Jostens/National Association Division III Athletic Administrators Community Service Award in two categories—An Array of Projects and On-going Project/Activity completed during the 2012-2013 academic year.



Thu Feb 06, 2014
The Acting Company to bring Hamlet times 2

The Acting Company, the renowned ensemble founded by actor and director John Houseman, will present two views of one of William Shakespeare’s most famous characters at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday and Thursday, Feb. 26 and 27, in Waterman Theatre at SUNY Oswego.



Thu Feb 06, 2014
Ke-Nekt concert to feature gifted soprano, works of Samuel Barber

SUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series will feature the work of Samuel Barber (pictured), one of the 20th century’s most celebrated American composers, in a concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 19, in Sheldon Hall ballroom.



Tue Feb 04, 2014
Discussion series to highlight issues of global poverty

SUNY Oswego’s Institute for Global Engagement will present its second annual discussion series, this year titled “New Perspectives on Global Poverty,” starting Thursday, Feb. 20.



Tue Feb 04, 2014
Ernst & Young spring lectures to feature 3 talks on women in workplace

SUNY Oswego’s Ernst & Young Lecture Series on Gender Equity in the Workplace will kick off for spring 2014 on Thursday, Feb. 20, with an explorative lecture about the education of women in India today.



Mon Feb 03, 2014
Renovated Park Hall reopens as School of Education keeps pace with history

Park Hall, SUNY Oswego’s second-oldest building at age 82, reopened this semester at the end of a two-year, $17.5 million modernization, as did a soaring new entrance to the School of Education.



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