Oswego’s College Hour returns with a wide variety of programs, workshops and speakers at 12:45 p.m. every Tuesday classes are in session.
Founded in spring 2007, the College Hour offers a time slot when there are no classes so members of the campus and community can attend admission-free events ranging from performing arts to the Science Today lecture series. Its range of programming is intended build community, impart knowledge and/or provide enriching entertainment.
Programs slated for the next College Hour on Sept. 11 include Todd Graber leading an informance, “On Britten and Poulenc,” in the Sheldon Hall ballroom, a preview of that evening’s Ke-Nekt performance; David Bozak presenting results from the academic integrity survey in Room 220 of the Campus Center; “101 Things to Do with a Women’s Studies Major, Minor or Concentration” by Lisa Langlois in Room 120 of the Campus Center; Andrew Smiler explaining “Developmental Changes in Visual Perception Early in Life” in Room 214 of Mahar Hall; and Trenton Barry and Kristin Chalifoux discussing “Everything You Ever Needed to Know about Program Planning: Basics of Planning a Successful Event” in the Riggs Hall Lakeview Lounge.
A full calendar of College Hour events for this semester is available online.
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(Posted: Sep 05, 2007)