SUNY Oswego News

Wed May 16, 2007
Challenge Grant allows student to survey shrew population

A SUNY Oswego student will conduct a detailed study of ages and populations of northern short-tailed shrews at Rice Creek Field Station under a campus Student/Faculty Collaborative Challenge Grant.



Wed May 16, 2007
Kids to benefit from "Exploring Nature" sessions

Rice CreekChildren age 5 to 15 can gain up-close, hands-on interaction with wildlife at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station during a pair of weeklong “Exploring Nature” sessions in July.



Wed May 16, 2007
Interactive session to spotlight therapy model

The SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development will host Dan Gallagher presenting an interactive Solution-Focused Brief Therapy Model seminar from 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. June 5 at the Oswego State Education Center in Phoenix.



Wed May 09, 2007
Art professor earns SUNY research award

Cynthia ClaboughProfessor Cynthia Clabough of the art department was one of 29 statewide faculty members recognized with the 2007 SUNY Research Foundation Research and Scholarship Award on May 2.



Wed May 09, 2007
Commencement ceremonies to air live, rebroadcast May 30

SUNY Oswego’s dual 146th Commencement ceremonies on Saturday, May 19, will be broadcast live around Oswego County on Channel 96 of Time Warner Cable.



Fri May 04, 2007
Students earn Empire scholarships

award winnersSeveral SUNY Oswego students have earned Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships. The scholarship program is designed to attract and retain undergraduates at SUNY campuses who demonstrate high academic achievement and contribute to the diversity of the student body.



Fri May 04, 2007
SUNY Oswego signs pledge to address climate change

climate logoSUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley pledged to take a leadership role in tackling global warming and helping society re-stabilize the earth’s climate.



Wed May 02, 2007
Grant allows students to perform genetic research

performing researchTwo students and two professors at SUNY Oswego will conduct meaningful research on the genetics of local species under a Student/Faculty Collaborative Challenge Grant.



Wed May 02, 2007
Chancellor honors Simmonds for exceptional service

Thomas R. SimmondsThomas R. Simmonds, director of facilities design and construction at SUNY Oswego, has received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service.



Wed May 02, 2007
Three earn president's awards for teaching excellence

David VampolaDavid Vampola, director of SUNY Oswego’s information science program and a visiting assistant professor of computer science since 1998, has received the SUNY Oswego President’s Award for Teaching Excellence this year.



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