News Release Archives: April 2006


Thu Apr 27, 2006

student performers SUNY Oswego’s Concert Band and College-Community Orchestra will feature two college students during an evening of music at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 12, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Apr 26, 2006

cast pictureFriendship, passion and ideals collide in senior theatre major Ryan Sprague’s original one-act play “Some Do It Naturally.” More...



Wed Apr 26, 2006

patrice claytonPatrice Clayton returned to SUNY Oswego, her alma mater, to deliver the keynote speech at the college’s annual Honors Convocation on April 21. More...



Wed Apr 26, 2006

In response to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report that 10,000 people retire every day, creating a projected shortage of 10.3 million employees by 2010, SUNY Oswego’s Institute for Professional and Organizational Development will host a Succession Planning Forum on May 16 at the Oswego State Education Center in Phoenix. More...



Wed Apr 26, 2006

Oswego journalism students will learn practical skills in their profession when Jill Raygor, managing editor of the Ithaca Times, visits campus May 3 and 4. More...



Wed Apr 26, 2006

scholarship winnersSeveral SUNY Oswego students have earned SUNY Empire Honors Scholarships, presented to African-American, Latino-American and Native American students who have shown great promise for high academic achievement. SUNY Oswego Provost Susan Coultrap-McQuin (left) and Howard Gordon, executive assistant to the president (right), congratulate, front row from left, Jessica Bautista, Shonda Cruz, Jose Valdez, Christine Hernandez and Noelle Dor; and, back row from left, Jeremy Lombardo, James Strail and Robert Johnson. Missing are additional scholarship winners Lauren Galory, Paul MacMahon and Marie Muniz. - END - More...



Wed Apr 19, 2006

TV studio workStudents Keith Monette and Bobby Reeves sit in front of 15 monitors of various sizes and other state-of-the-art broadcasting equipment. It’s show time. More...



Wed Apr 19, 2006

Patricia SattelbergA three-year $60,000 grant from Merck and the American Association for the Advancement of Science will give SUNY Oswego students intensive opportunities for hands-on research and interdisciplinary learning. More...



Wed Apr 19, 2006

Ryan GarneyJohn R. Ryan, chancellor of the State University of New York, honored seven SUNY Oswego students and 263 other SUNY students with the Chancellor’s Award for Student Excellence at a recent ceremony in Albany. More...



Wed Apr 19, 2006

choir rehearsesThe SUNY Oswego music department will present “A Night of Broadway” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, May 10, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Thu Apr 13, 2006

silk screenTyler Art Gallery showcases original student work in a variety of media in the spring semester’s 2006 Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition, which runs through May 19. More...



Wed Apr 12, 2006

creating Audrey IIIn the SUNY Oswego theatre department staging of “Little Shop of Horrors” April 21 to 30, man-eating plant Audrey II will grow to star proportions. Much of the task of creating the voracious villain fell to senior theatre major Kate Dolan. More...



Wed Apr 12, 2006

The American Management Association and the SUNY Oswego Institute for Professional and Organizational Development have partnered to offer three daytime professional development classes. More...



Mon Apr 10, 2006

Patrice ClaytonNearly 100 students will receive awards at the college’s Honors Convocation at 3 p.m. Friday, April 21, in the Hewitt Union ballroom. Patrice Clayton, a 1994 graduate of Oswego who is now a New York City entrepreneur, will be the featured speaker. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

chemistry projectThe 2006-07 state budget put forward by the State Legislature includes $25 million for renovations to SUNY Oswego’s science buildings, Snygg and Piez halls. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

Two attorneys who are accomplished SUNY Oswego alumni will be speakers at the college’s dual commencement ceremonies Saturday, May 20, when they receive honorary degrees from the State University of New York. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

imageA professor and student at SUNY Oswego are performing a study that could impact how wolves and other animals are raised at zoos and in captivity around North America. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

soccer sceneThe Oswego State women’s soccer team headed to Spain and Portugal for spring-break competition, connections and cultural studies, the first of what may be increased athletics abroad opportunities. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

quest logoThree students will examine “Perspectives on Terrorism” from a historical perspective at 9:45 a.m. Wednesday, April 19, in Room 107A of Lanigan Hall. The panel presentation one of more than 180 sessions during Quest, the college’s annual symposium of research and scholarly activity. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

dance rehearsalSUNY Oswego students stroll, tango and twist on stage for the theatre performance of “Little Shop of Horrors,” which continues this weekend in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

Jacqueline HornerJacqueline Horner will present Johann Sebastian Bach’s “Cantata 202 (Wedding Cantata)” and songs by English composers Henry Purcell and John Blow in the season’s final installment of Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

Wednesday, April 19, will mark SUNY Oswego’s annual celebration of scholarly and creative pursuits at the 27th annual Quest symposium. Classes are replaced by more than 180 sessions, free and open to the public, that showcase the work of students, faculty and staff. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

Recorder ConsortThe SUNY Oswego Recorder Consort will present its spring concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 19, at the Church of the Resurrection, corner of West Fifth and Cayuga streets in Oswego.  More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

SUNY Oswego’s Center for Business and Community Development will host a public issues forum on alternate energy sources from 8:30 to 11:30 a.m. Thursday, May 4, in Room of 222 of Sheldon Hall. More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

reading YeatsLike last summer, 15 schoolteachers from across the United States will spend four weeks in Galway, Ireland, studying the works of poet William Butler Yeats with Professor Ed O’Shea this summer.  More...



Wed Apr 05, 2006

Robert SpitzerThe keynote address for Quest on Wednesday, April 19, will be “The Bush Presidency and Its View of Executive Power” by Dr. Robert J. Spitzer, distinguished service professor of political science at SUNY Cortland and an expert on the American presidency. More...