News Release Archives: February 2009


Fri Feb 27, 2009

hockey crowdTonight’s SUNYAC semifinal men’s hockey game will feature a live video Web stream at 7 p.m. More...



Wed Feb 25, 2009

Mark O'ConnorGrammy-winning fiddle master Mark O’Connor, jazz clarinetist Don Byron and violinist Daniel Bernard Roumain will honor an influential body during the “Hudson River Quadricentennial Concert” March 21 at SUNY Oswego. More...



Wed Feb 25, 2009

Elizabeth KolbertElizabeth Kolbert, author of “Field Notes from a Catastrophe,” will discuss the book and the consequences of climate change in a free talk Tuesday, March 17, at SUNY Oswego. More...



Wed Feb 25, 2009

Dr. Brenda Brueggemann, an internationally recognized disabilities studies scholar and English professor from Ohio State University, will offer two talks Wednesday, March 18, at SUNY Oswego. More...



Mon Feb 23, 2009

Campus CenterA live Webcast will be available for SUNY Oswego’s College Council meeting, at 1 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 26, in Room C114 of the Campus Center. More...



Thu Feb 19, 2009

presentation discussionIn what is becoming an annual tradition for SUNY Oswego students, Doug Rusinek was one of only five national finalists for the PRWeek Student of the Year competition. More...



Thu Feb 19, 2009

award winnersFor the 20th anniversary of SUNY Oswego activities honoring Martin Luther King Jr.‘s legacy, three members of the campus and community were honored for outstanding service. More...



Wed Feb 18, 2009

rehearsal imageSUNY Oswego’s “Pera Palas” production, opening Feb. 25, will examine how a society molds, and is molded by, changing social, cultural and political views. More...



Wed Feb 18, 2009

Aaron Jay KernisSUNY Oswego will host a free tribute concert to Aaron Jay Kernis, the youngest Pulitzer Prize for music winner, in the March 4 installment of the college’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series. More...



Wed Feb 18, 2009

Helen Knowles with bookHelen Knowles of SUNY Oswego’s political science faculty has penned the first full-length book on Supreme Court Justice Anthony M. Kennedy, whom she terms a complex and controversial figure who defies traditional categorization. More...



Wed Feb 18, 2009

Joshua McKeown with bookJoshua McKeown, SUNY Oswego’s director of international education and programs, said his new book includes landmark data on how studying abroad can mean the world to a student’s intellectual growth. More...



Tue Feb 17, 2009

For the third straight year, SUNY Oswego earned national recognition on the Presidential Higher Education Community Service Honor Roll. More...



Tue Feb 17, 2009

softball players carry opponentSUNY Oswego’s first Sportsmanship Day Symposium, 2:20 to 5:45 p.m. March 3, will examine whether society is winning the battle for fair play, respect and civility. More...



Tue Feb 17, 2009

“Emerging,” which features recent drawings and paintings by Lacey McKinney, will open with a free reception 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 19, in the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in downtown Syracuse. More...



Tue Feb 17, 2009

Debra SchuttAfter two decades in film set decoration, Oswego alumna Debra Schutt is following “Revolutionary Road” to the Academy Awards ceremony this Sunday. More...



Fri Feb 06, 2009

hockey crowdThe year’s most popular sporting event—the men’s hockey battle with archrival Plattsburgh on Friday—may be sold out, but fans everywhere can view a live Web video stream of the action. More...



Fri Feb 06, 2009

Scholars, scientists, educators and students are invited to submit proposals for the Rice Creek Associates Small Grants Program by March 15. More...



Wed Feb 04, 2009

teaching readingTen SUNY Oswego community members taught children, built infrastructure and learned plenty during the college’s first international Alternative Winter Break service project in Jamaica. More...



Wed Feb 04, 2009

visiting TurkeyThe Turkish Cultural Center of Syracuse and its president, Fehmi Damkaci of SUNY Oswego’s chemistry faculty, have had a helping hand in the college’s next theatre production. More...



Wed Feb 04, 2009

SUNY Oswego will be part of Focus the Nation efforts to inform campuses and communities about environmental issues and advocate for a green emphasis in the first 100 days of Barack Obama’s administration. More...



Wed Feb 04, 2009

SUNY Oswego’s student-run production “Honor and the River” was one of just a handful of plays in the Northeast competing at the Region II Kennedy Center American College Theatre Festival from Jan. 13 to 17. More...



Wed Feb 04, 2009

SUNY Oswego’s 2008 Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit panel discussion will broadcast Wednesday, Feb. 11, on Universityhouse, Dish TV’s channel 9411. More...