SUNY Oswego News

Mon Jul 09, 2007
NIH-funded study examines lead's effects on children

running samplesThe National Institutes of Health has awarded a grant of more than $200,000 to researchers at SUNY Oswego to continue their investigation into the effects of low levels of lead on cardiovascular functioning in children and to look into exactly how lead produces those effects.



Mon Jul 02, 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.



Thu Jun 21, 2007
College earns awards for recruiting materials

SUNY Oswego’s Admissions Office received four awards in the Admissions Marketing Report’s 22nd annual Admissions Advertising Awards, the premier advertising recognition program in higher education.



Thu Jun 21, 2007
Roker boosts Oswego campaign with leadership gift

Al RokerAl Roker of NBC’s “Today” show, a 1976 graduate of SUNY Oswego, has made a leadership gift to the college. His donation, which includes a matching gift from NBC, will support the college’s annual media summit and the student television studio in the Campus Center.



Mon Jun 18, 2007
Campus, student-athletes on ESPN networks

Shelly DannThe Oswego State campus and its student-athletes will be featured nationally on ESPN Classic on the show NCAA on Campus, a monthly digest of stories in college athletics.



Wed Jun 13, 2007
Izzo receives Henderson Award for outstanding volunteerism

Izzo receives awardWhen she received SUNY Oswego’s Bernie Henderson Award for outstanding volunteerism at the college’s Employee Recognition and Award Ceremony in May, Carrie Izzo said she was handed the plaque by her role model.



Wed Jun 13, 2007
Students invited guests at major technology conference

SUNY Oswego students Rick Buck and Dan Schlegel received the equivalent of a special invitation to the recent Microsoft Mobile and Embedded Developers Conference in Las Vegas.



Wed Jun 13, 2007
Stamm earns distinguished rank from SUNY

Al StammThree decades at SUNY Oswego helping others along with teaching have earned Dr. Al Stamm the rank of distinguished service professor, one of the system’s highest honors, from the SUNY board of trustees.



Thu Jun 07, 2007
Handbell conference on campus to feature performances

handbell performanceA pair of public performances are among the highlights with hundreds of members of the American Guild of English Handbell Ringers visiting campus for two conferences this week.



Fri Jun 01, 2007
Lacey Kimpland honored for student leadership, service

award presentedDuring SUNY Oswego’s annual Commencement Eve dinner May 18, the Oswego Alumni Association presented Lacey Kimpland of Fulton with the class of 2007 Outstanding Senior Award.



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