Campus Update

Fri Sep 16, 2016
Meet the new class: culturally, geographically diverse

The most culturally diverse class ever to enter SUNY Oswego also comes to campus from farther outside the region: The class of 2020 includes nearly 300 freshmen from New York City, six from Washington, D.C., and scores of students from 14 other states and 18 countries.



Fri Sep 16, 2016
Niri, students explore green solution for air quality

Vadoud Niri of the chemistry faculty and his undergraduate assistants worked steadily—and quietly—for three years researching five common houseplants as agents for removing potentially hazardous chemicals such as acetone from the air. Then the American Chemical Society took note of their work, and it is quiet no longer.



Thu Sep 15, 2016
2016 Steinkraus Lecture to address 'philosophy of mind'

SUNY Oswego’s 2016 Warren Steinkraus Lecture on Human Ideals will feature Pete Mandik of William Paterson University addressing “Mind, Metaphysics and the Future” at 4 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 6, in Marano Campus Center auditorium.



Thu Sep 15, 2016
College's boiler room steams along on 'working together,' Roy Ayotte says

In this issue’s Spotlight, meet Roy Ayotte, a plant utilities engineer in the Central Heating Plant in Lee Hall, working with the boilers there and around campus that supply steam for heat and hot water.



Thu Sep 15, 2016
'Restart' show to welcome all to gallery's new beginning

Tyler Art Gallery will “Restart” as a premier regional resource for art exhibitions, education and community participation with a juried show in October that will unveil the modernized facility’s welcoming design.



Wed Sep 14, 2016
Graduation deadlines approaching

Undergraduate students who will be graduating as of May 2017 and who have not yet filed online to graduate should do so as soon as possible. Students completing requirements in summer 2017 should file as August graduates, but are still able to walk in the May ceremony (no matter how many credits they are taking over the summer). 



Wed Sep 14, 2016
Book focuses on how popular culture impacts society

Miley Cyrus and Dr. Dre, “Mortal Kombat” and “Star Trek,” Festivus and the Ice Bucket Challenge—they all make it into an academically motivated but approachable new book on popular culture from sociology chair Tim Delaney and co-author Tim Madigan of St. John Fisher College’s philosophy department.



Fri Sep 02, 2016
Author to headline Constitution Day event on Sept. 14

Dr. Stephen L. Wasby, professor emeritus of political science at University at Albany, will deliver a Constitution Day lecture, “The Supreme Court After Scalia,” on Sept. 14—an event that will honor the memory of late Oswego professor Warren Weinstein.



Fri Sep 02, 2016
Fossil-hunting students flourish in New Mexico dig

Thanks to a National Geographic Society Committee for Research and Exploration grant, three SUNY Oswego undergraduates spent three weeks at Ghost Ranch, New Mexico, this summer unearthing such fossils as the tiny jaws of ancient animals—and the fossilized bones of a rare dinosaur—as they tried on paleontology careers.



Fri Sep 02, 2016

Since August 22, SUNY Oswego police have investigated several cases of lost and found property, and made 11 arrests.



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