SUNY Oswego News

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.



Thu Mar 03, 2016
Public higher education leaders meet with Senator Gillibrand

U.S. Sen. Kirsten Gillibrand addressed a group of leaders in public higher education today (March 3) on the issue of sexual assault on college and university campuses. She engaged with them in a discussion led by Deborah F. Stanley, president of SUNY Oswego.



Wed Mar 02, 2016
SUNY Oswego president presides at Council of State Representatives meeting

Deborah F. Stanley, president of SUNY Oswego, is presiding at the spring meeting of the Council of State Representatives, a council of the American Association of State Colleges and Universities, this week in Washington, D.C.



Tue Mar 01, 2016
New graduate degree in special education to fill need

SUNY Oswego’s School of Education has begun accepting applications for a new master’s degree program to fill a demonstrated workforce need—regionally, across the state and nationally—for teachers of special education in grades 7 to 12.



Tue Mar 01, 2016
SUNY Oswego classes travel abroad to gain rich experiences

A record number of SUNY Oswego short-term courses followed by travel sent students and mentors to the Bahamas, Benin, Cuba, Ecuador and India over winter break, helping students put into immediate context and practice what they learned in class.



Tue Mar 01, 2016
Sam Green, Yo La Tengo to partner on 'live documentary' of inventor Fuller

Filmmaker Sam Green will bring his “live documentary” project “The Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller” to SUNY Oswego’s Hewitt ballroom at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 16, with an original score performed onstage by the indie rock band Yo La Tengo.



Tue Mar 01, 2016
Opening night nears for Agatha Christie's 'The Mousetrap'

SUNY Oswego freshman computer science major Antonio Bradley and other students help prepare the set for the 7:30 p.m. Friday (March 4) opening of “The Mousetrap,” a student honors production of the classic Agatha Christie whodunit.



Fri Feb 26, 2016
Quirky, layered characters deepen 'The Mousetrap' mystery

“The Mousetrap,” SUNY Oswego’s student honors production opening Friday, March 4, offers a character-driven play populated with legendary mystery writer Agatha Christie’s delicious inn-full of quirky characters, and the driven actors portraying them.



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