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Arts + culture

Tyler Art Gallery to feature water-themed works of namesake painter, two emeriti faculty

August 14, 2019

A themed collection of work from James Gale Tyler, namesake of SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Hall and Tyler Art Gallery, plus emeriti art professors Paul Garland and Sewall Oertling, will open the college’s Tyler Art Gallery fall season in “Water: Swift, Slow and In Between.”

Awards + honors

SUNY Oswego again among Princeton Review's 'Best Regional Colleges'

August 14, 2019

The Princeton Review once again has named SUNY Oswego to its list of the 224 Best Regional Colleges-Northeast, a distinction the college has earned every year since the educational services firm started regional listings in 2003.

Science + technology

Faculty, students studying past climate changes in Death Valley, Mohave Desert

August 12, 2019

A team of researchers from SUNY Oswego and four other colleges and universities recently earned a National Science Foundation grant to study water levels over the last 150,000 years in two of North America's driest places, Death Valley and another dry lakebed in Southern California's Mohave Desert, Searles Lake.

Student life

10 students' tips for Move-in Day

August 8, 2019

With Move-in Day for new fall 2019 students coming up fast, we worked with Residence Life and Housing to get tips from 10 students to help as families prepare for this big milestone.

Campus

SUNY Oswego honored again among national Colleges of Distinction

August 5, 2019

SUNY Oswego has been recognized once again for its committed implementation of high-impact educational practices, earning a place as one of the nation’s 2019-20 Colleges of Distinction, as well as on lists recognizing Public Colleges and for Business and Education schools and programs.

Arts + culture

Artswego season to serve up music, dance, science, more

August 5, 2019

This year’s Artswego performing arts season at SUNY Oswego will feature a variety of music plus dance, family-friendly science and more.

Campus

NBC TODAY’s Al Roker to teach course at his alma mater

July 24, 2019

SUNY Oswego will welcome one of its own into the classroom this fall as Al Roker, national weather anchor on NBC's TODAY and co-host of the 3rd hour of TODAY, will teach a broadcasting course entitled “Camera Ready: Developing Your On-Air Persona” (BRC 497).

Community

Graduate student brings Mindful Movement program to Children’s Museum of Oswego

July 22, 2019

A series of mindfulness programs has begun at the Children’s Museum of Oswego, hosted by a SUNY Oswego graduate student and supported by a college grant.

Campus

Grand Challenges mini grants to support Fresh Water for All

July 12, 2019

Five Grand Challenges mini grants for fall will support SUNY Oswego’s outreach to local businesses, an art exhibition, a musical performance, an anthology of student work and creation of a water-driven musical instrument, all in support of the college’s inaugural campuswide Fresh Water for All Grand Challenge.

Science + technology

Ion wind technology breakthrough takes flight at SUNY Oswego

July 11, 2019

A new spin on propulsion is taking flight in a SUNY Oswego lab, leading to electrical and computer engineering faculty member Adrian Ieta and the SUNY Research Foundation pursuing a patent on this promising technology.