SUNY Oswego News

Tue Feb 26, 2008
'Women Aloud' at SUNY Oswego March 5

SUNY Oswego’s 19th annual edition of the “Women Aloud” scholarship fundraiser will feature an evening performance and a College Hour presentation on Wednesday, March 5.

Mon Feb 25, 2008
Student leads costume work for 'Doll's House'

costume workSewing machines have been whirring for weeks in preparation for SUNY Oswego’s production of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” opening Feb. 29 in the Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. 

Thu Feb 21, 2008
Comics pioneer Art Spiegelman to speak March 11

Art SpiegelmanPulitzer Prize-winning author and comics pioneer Art Spiegelman will discuss “Comix 101” in a sold out talk at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, in Hewitt Union ballroom.

Thu Feb 21, 2008
Students participating in Month of Action actvities

SUNY Oswego recently launched its Month of Action, a student-run initiative with the goal of raising awareness and improving student life on campus and throughout the community.

Thu Feb 21, 2008
Oswego alum selected to head college's Metro Center

James JeroseJames N. Jerose has joined his alma mater as the first director of the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in downtown Syracuse.

Wed Feb 20, 2008
For second year, Oswego has two PRWeek student finalists

PRWeek finalistsFor the second year in a row, two of the five national finalists in the prestigious PRWeek Student of the Year competition came from SUNY Oswego. Nora Abdelnabi and Corey Lemon both earned finalist positions from more than 900 entries into the 2008 competition.

Wed Feb 20, 2008
Three grants fund professor's study of 'elusive' fish

Amy WelshDr. Amy Welsh, an assistant professor of biological sciences at SUNY Oswego, is using genetic analysis to learn more about lake sturgeon in the Great Lakes region in three ongoing research projects funded at more than $200,000.

Wed Feb 20, 2008
Professor examines 200 years of local medical history

Gwen KayIn writing a book compiling 200 years of local medical history, Dr. Gwen Kay of SUNY Oswego’s history department was able to dissect how doctors dealt with changes in their practice and the surrounding world.

Wed Feb 20, 2008
Free preview of 'Origin' in progress March 14

Richard EinhornA free preview of the music and development of “The Origin,” Richard Einhorn’s oratorio-in-progress about the life of Charles Darwin, will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 14, in Waterman Theatre.

Wed Feb 20, 2008
New equipment to support scientific research, teaching

lab workDr. James MacKenzie, an assistant professor of biological sciences, and colleagues in that department and the chemistry department have acquired and set up a new ultracentrifuge for research and teaching.

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