News Release Archives: January 2008


Wed Jan 30, 2008

Toby KoenigsbergTwo guest artists—pianist Toby Koenigsberg of the University of Oregon and bassist Ike Sturm of St. Peter’s Church in Manhattan—will share some jazz at SUNY Oswego in February. More...



Wed Jan 30, 2008

Synchronized SkatersOswego State’s synchronized skating team, the Ice Effects, recently took first place in a major regional competition in Richmond, Va. More...



Tue Jan 29, 2008

Campus CenterA live Webcast will be available for SUNY Oswego’s College Council meeting, at 1 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 30, in Room C114 of the Campus Center. More...



Mon Jan 28, 2008

hourglass logoSUNY Oswego’s College Hour returns for the spring semester from 12:40 to 1:35 p.m. Wednesdays, offering a range of programs for the campus and community. More...



Thu Jan 24, 2008

Simulation: Statue of Liberty battling air pollutionDr. Patrick Moore, a co-founder of Greenpeace and now a sustainability advocate, has joined the lineup of speakers at SUNY Oswego for Focus the Nation, a national global warming teach-in and symposium on Jan. 31. More...



Thu Jan 24, 2008

The personal and social histories of students in some studio art and graphic design classes will be on display when “A Visual Exploration of Memory” opens Friday, Feb. 1, in the Tyler Art Gallery. More...



Thu Jan 24, 2008

Edward Humes, the Pulitzer Prize-winning author of “Monkey Girl” and other books, will discuss his work at 8 p.m. Tuesday, Feb. 12, in the Hewitt Union ballroom. More...



Wed Jan 23, 2008

art classSUNY Oswego is adding its fourth school as it launches the School of Communication, Media and the Arts this semester. More...



Wed Jan 23, 2008

Richard SkolnikSUNY Oswego has named Dr. Richard Skolnik as dean of its School of Business. A faculty member at Oswego since 1998, Skolnik was chair of the accounting, finance and law department and director of the master’s in business administration program. More...



Wed Jan 23, 2008

Simon Rowland-JonesAn often-unsung instrument of the chamber ensemble will be showcased during “Viola Center Stage” at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 13, in SUNY Oswego’s Sheldon Hall ballroom. More...



Wed Jan 23, 2008

Paul RajeckasThanks to the Tarandi Foundation, young people across Oswego County will meet and learn from professional artists who visit SUNY Oswego for the Artswego performing arts series. More...



Tue Jan 22, 2008

SUNY Oswego will be one of more than 1,100 institutions participating in Focus the Nation, a national global warming teach-in and symposium on Jan. 31. More...



Tue Jan 22, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s spring Science Today lecture series will cover topics ranging from extreme weather to engineering education, fish conservation to climate change. More...



Wed Jan 16, 2008

Richard Zakin“Retrospective Reflections,” an exhibition covering decades of ceramics work by Richard Zakin, professor of art at SUNY Oswego, will open Feb. 1 at the college’s Tyler Art Gallery. UPDATE: Due to weather, the opening reception has been postponed. More...



Wed Jan 16, 2008

Paul RajeckasPerformer and writer Paul Rajeckas will present workshops and lectures relating to his one-man tragicomedy “Notes to the Motherland” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 and 6 in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Fri Jan 11, 2008

panel discussionOswego alumni as well as current students descended upon lower Manhattan Jan. 3, for the sixth annual New York City Career Connections. More...



Thu Jan 10, 2008

multiple charactersPaul Rajeckas will present a one-man tragicomic tale of the immigrant experience, history and healing when he performs “Notes to the Motherland” at 7:30 p.m. Feb. 5 and 6 in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Jan 09, 2008

group photoGov. Eliot Spitzer laid out an ambitious plan to increase public support for public higher education in his State of the State address on Jan. 9. In response, SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley said, “It is heartening to see that higher education is the centerpiece of Gov. Spitzer’s vision for the future of New York.” More...



Thu Jan 03, 2008

student works with computerA $300,000 federal earmark secured by Congressman John M. McHugh will fund projects and help create the Center for Energy Education and Economic Solutions on the SUNY Oswego campus. More...



Wed Jan 02, 2008

Nature hikes, storytelling sessions, a snowshoe outing and a bluebird workshop are among the winter activities scheduled at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station. More...