News Release Archives: October 2005


Fri Oct 28, 2005

a Robert Stackhouse watercolor painting that is part of the upcoming By Any Means exhibitionBy Any Means: Works from the National Drawing Invitationals,” opening Nov. 11 at Tyler Art Gallery, strives to demonstrate that contemporary drawing maintains its vitality through continuous reinvention of the form. More...



Fri Oct 28, 2005

A $13,877 grant from the Gifford Foundation is the catalyst for extending the reach of SUNY Oswego’s Ke-nekt Chamber Music Series. More...



Wed Oct 26, 2005

Student director Brian Heyman brings his vision of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play “Proof” to SUNY Oswego for this year’s student honors production.

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Wed Oct 26, 2005

The Oswego Festival Chorus, under the direction of Julie Pretzat, will present two French Romantic choral masterpieces at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 20, at St. Paul’s Roman Catholic Church in Oswego.

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Wed Oct 26, 2005

Members of the music department will present a range of creative works at the 20th Century American/British Art Song Recital at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9. More...



Wed Oct 26, 2005

Robert Card of the philosophy departmentThe SUNY Oswego philosophy department will continue its Philosophy Fridays presentations in November on campus. More...



Wed Oct 26, 2005

logo for Red Cross fundraiserStudents at SUNY Oswego will host the Second Wind Gulf Coast Relief Telethon on Sunday, Oct. 30. The telethon will run live from 6 to 11 p.m. in the Hewitt Union ballroom on campus. More...



Tue Oct 25, 2005

participants in first-ever Borrelli Media SummitThe WRVO Stations will broadcast their tape of SUNY Oswego’s first Louis A. Borrelli Jr. Media Summit at 7 p.m. Monday, Oct. 31. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

Prospective students visit Open HouseSUNY Oswego’s recent annual Columbus Day Open House for prospective students experienced one of its highest turnouts ever. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

The National Institute of Mental Health will tap into the vast neurobehavioral data amassed by the Oswego Children’s Study to learn more about the adolescent brain and how it develops. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

James Molinari with his new bookA manual with roots in James Molinari’s SUNY Oswego classes is appearing in courses around the country, including at prestigious business institutions like the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania.

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Wed Oct 19, 2005

A new grant will enable researchers at Oswego to try to unearth clues in a geological mystery—about a specific type of rock and perhaps how the Appalachian Mountains formed. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

An educational delegation from Benin visits OswegoRafiatou Karimou, Benin’s minister of primary and secondary education, met with SUNY Oswego administrators and School of Education faculty recently during a weeklong visit to begin establishing a partnership with the college. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

Gypsy jazz band Pearl DjangoPearl Django will bring its brand of gypsy jazz and swing to SUNY Oswego with a 7:30 p.m. concert Saturday, Nov. 12, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

Writer, artist, outdoorsman and filmmaker Robert Perkins will speak at 3 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 9, at Bell Auditorium Hewitt Union. His film “Talking to Angels” will screen at 7 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 10, in Room 107 of Lanigan Hall on campus. More...



Wed Oct 19, 2005

image of Rich HallThe Princeton Review has named Oswego’s School of Business one of the “Best 237 Business Schools” in its graduate school guidebook of that title, released earlier this month. More...



Fri Oct 14, 2005

imageScience fiction and fantasy writer Elizabeth Moon, author of the award-winning novel “The Speed of Dark,” will speak at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 18, in Laker Hall’s Max Ziel Gymnasium. More...



Thu Oct 13, 2005

Professional golfer Wayne LeviEight former Oswego State athletes will be honored at the fifth annual Oswego Athletic Alumni Association Hall of Fame Dinner.   More...



Thu Oct 13, 2005

image of Pioneer Saxophone QuartetOswego’s Ke-nekt Chamber Music Series will continue with the Pioneer Saxophone Quartet performing at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. More...



Wed Oct 12, 2005

image of Chris Cain with guitarThe fifth annual Jazz Guitar and More Festival, a daylong forum of workshops and performances, will bring world-renowned jazz and blues musicians to the SUNY Oswego campus Saturday, Nov. 12. More...



Wed Oct 12, 2005

image of Paolo KnillWriter, educator and expressive arts therapist Paolo J. Knill will lecture in the Sheldon Hall ballroom at 5 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 2, and will follow with a 6 p.m. workshop. More...



Wed Oct 12, 2005

Members of SUNY Oswego’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council want to rake leaves Sunday, Nov. 6. But first, they need to hear from senior citizens around Oswego who would like this free help. More...



Tue Oct 11, 2005

Ben Bradlee, former Washington Post editorThe college’s first Louis A. Borrelli Jr. Media Summit will take place at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 27, in Sheldon Hall ballroom. A panel of national media figures will discuss “Why Don’t We Trust the News Media? How Can the News Media Recover Public Trust?” More...



Fri Oct 07, 2005

The Oswego Alumni Association Awards Dinner, originally scheduled for Saturday, Oct. 15, has been postponed. Two award recipients would not be able to attend due to last-minute conflicts.  More...



Fri Oct 07, 2005

Broom -- a sculpture by Ronald GonzalezTyler Art Gallery features work by Binghamton artist Ronald Gonzalez in the exhibition “Reuniting the Head with the Body.” More...



Fri Oct 07, 2005

image of electric carHundreds of educators, experts and future technology teachers will gather for SUNY Oswego’s 66th annual Technology Education Fall Conference Oct. 27 and 28 at the lakeside campus. More...



Fri Oct 07, 2005

college employees come together to support Komen foundationThe campus community raised more than $1,500 for the Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation with a Lee National Denim Day fundraiser on Friday, Oct. 7.  More...



Fri Oct 07, 2005

imageWhen the Oswego women’s soccer team hosts powerhouse Oneonta at 4 p.m. today, the Lakers hope for a strong show of home support. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

A German poetry reading with musical accompaniment featuring the texts of Mascha Kaleko will take place at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 11, in Room 41 of SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Hall. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

So many people flocked to sign up for a bird-watching trip sponsored by SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station that organizers will add a second session of the “Waterfowl at Montezuma” program. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

imagePerformances, art exhibitions, athletic events and a variety of gatherings mark Oswego’s annual Family and Friends Weekend, which runs through Sunday. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

When Oswego’s modern languages and literatures department announced its first section of Arabic 101 last spring, “it was amazing how well (students) responded,” said Ahmed S. Ould-Mohamed, the adjunct instructor. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

Willow Eyres presenting at International Botanical CongressJim Seago, professor of biology at SUNY Oswego, and Willow Eyres, a May graduate in biology and the Honors Program, participated in the recent XVII International Botanical Congress in Vienna, Austria.  More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

Health care fraud investigator Stephen A. Morreale of Massachusetts will give a public lecture on Medicaid and health care fraud at 5:30 p.m. Monday, Oct. 17, in Room 104 of Lanigan Hall at SUNY Oswego. More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

cast members of Our TownMany students are taking part in the opening performance of the college’s theatre season, Thornton Wilder’s Pulitzer Prize-winning “Our Town.” More...



Wed Oct 05, 2005

A Microsoft Access software training class will be offered at the Oswego State Education Center later this month. More...