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Grants encourage faculty to use open-source course materials

November 10, 2017

Recognizing that textbooks and courseware have become issues of affordability and access for many, faculty members have joined a State University of New York initiative to boost availability of and support for materials that students can freely or less expensively use.

Society

Cutler Fund boosted to $1 million to expand student opportunities

November 10, 2017

Donations by 1974 SUNY Oswego alumnus David Cutler have brought a fund to support the college's public justice program and student experiences to $1 million.

Community

Cruisin' the Campus at Thanksgiving to offer family activities galore

November 10, 2017

Fun, education, exercise and more are on the menu as SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley invites families in the greater Oswego community to Cruisin' the Campus at Thanksgiving, from Nov. 21 to 26.

Arts + culture

'Boeing Boeing' to deliver absurd comedy, challenge stereotypes

November 9, 2017

The 1960s was a time of revolutionary change, with challenges to social norms as society moved away from tradition. This fall's student honors production of the French farce "Boeing Boeing" at SUNY Oswego portrays this concept of change by challenging stereotypes and flipping them.

Awards + honors

Colleges of Distinction names SUNY Oswego, cites 'enriching' experiences

November 7, 2017

Colleges of Distinction recently named SUNY Oswego to its 2017-18 listing, citing such character-building opportunities at the college as undergraduate research, a wide variety of internships and co-ops, community service and alternative breaks, intensive writing courses and tutoring, interdisciplinary programs, and an array of international learning options.

Arts + culture

Pianist Robert Auler to celebrate Chopin in concert

November 6, 2017

SUNY Oswego music professor and concert pianist Robert Auler will headline a recital titled "Chopin Celebration" for the Focus on Faculty Series at 3 p.m. Sunday, Nov. 19, in Sheldon Hall ballroom.

Arts + culture

3 master's students to hold exhibition in Tyler

November 6, 2017

The fall master of art in studio arts exhibition will start Nov. 21 and continue Nov. 28 to Dec. 3 in Tyler Art Gallery, highlighting the portfolio work of three candidates for December graduation.

Campus

College to recognize Veterans Day with week of programming, events

November 1, 2017

SUNY Oswego, consistently ranked a top school for its military-connected and veteran population, will celebrate veterans and the active military with several observances the week of Nov. 7 to 11, including Military Appreciation Night at a men's ice hockey game on Veterans Day.

Campus

Grand Challenges Project seeks cross-campus impact on 'Fresh Water for All'

October 31, 2017

"Fresh Water for All," the college's first Grand Challenges Project, launches next fall, aiming to magnify the strengths of SUNY Oswego with a cross-discipline approach that makes substantial impacts on this imperative global issue.

Science + technology

Student-created, web-based BusShare tool simplifies transportation

October 30, 2017

The Office of Sustainability recently launched its latest award-winning transportation initiative, BusShare, the web-based brainchild of a student who wanted to make it simple to ride Centro's system in and around campus and the city of Oswego.