SUNY Oswego News

Mon Mar 21, 2016
Duo Parnas strings to perform in SUNY Oswego, Pulaski concerts

The internationally accomplished sisters of Duo Parnas will take the stage Wednesday, April 6, at SUNY Oswego as well as the following day at Pulaski Congregational Church, a cooperative booking that helps two concert series offer a violin-cello ensemble that has attracted rave reviews.



Mon Mar 21, 2016
Candidates for art degrees featured in three exhibitions

SUNY Oswego bachelor of fine arts candidates will present their work starting Tuesday, April 5, in the first of three semester-ending exhibitions aimed at showcasing senior art students’ finest work.



Fri Mar 18, 2016
Discussion series to explore literature, wisdom and aging

The Active Aging and Community Engagement Center at SUNY Oswego Metro Center will present a discussion series on “Growing and Aging: Wisdom as a Lifelong Pursuit” Thursdays this spring at the White Branch Library, 763 Butternut St. in Syracuse.



Fri Mar 18, 2016
Child-friendly concert to feature four-hand piano performances

SUNY Oswego music faculty members Mihoko Tsutsumi and Juan La Manna will present a four-hand piano program at 3 p.m. Sunday, April 3, in Sheldon Hall ballroom in a Focus on Faculty concert featuring works that may particularly appeal to children, as well as adults.



Tue Mar 15, 2016
Port of Oswego welcomes SUNY Oswego co-op workers

SUNY Oswego cooperative education student employees William Ernest and Alison Taylor (from left) speak with Port of Oswego Executive Director Zelko Kirincich and college President Deborah F. Stanley, a strong supporter of college-community partnerships that spur economic development.



Tue Mar 15, 2016
SUNY Chancellor Awards honor three Oswego students

Three SUNY Oswego students active in academics, leadership and community service will receive the 2016 SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence—the highest student recognition through the statewide university system.



Mon Mar 14, 2016
New partnership maps alternative routes to high school diplomas

SUNY Oswego and its students in a variety of majors have partnered with CiTi BOCES in an alternative learning program to help boost disengaged Oswego County high school students who may have lost hope of earning a diploma.



Mon Mar 14, 2016
Professor's new book on sportsmanship gathers wide-ranging expertise

SUNY Oswego sociology professor Tim Delaney has filled what he saw as a large gap in the literature of sports studies, editing a new cross-disciplinary book on sportsmanship.



Mon Mar 14, 2016
Mother's teen driving story to highlight traffic safety event

Marianne Angelillo, who speaks regularly about teen drivers and risky behaviors, will make the feature presentation for “Drive Safe, Live Safe,” a multifaceted evening of safety education hosted by University Police at SUNY Oswego at 6 p.m. Tuesday, March 29, in Marano Campus Center arena.



Mon Mar 14, 2016
University Police at SUNY Oswego earns state accreditation

University Police at SUNY Oswego attained state accreditation recently, an achievement that marks it as one of only 10 departments in the State University system and fewer than 150 police agencies of all kinds statewide to meet scores of exacting standards of professionalism.



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