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College marks new recycling opportunity for writing utensils

March 1, 2019

SUNY Oswego students and faculty have started collecting exhausted writing utensils -- markers, pens and even mechanical pencils -- and sending them to a recycling company in the latest of many efforts the campus community has taken to go green.


SUNY Oswego team places in financial research competition

March 5, 2019

The SUNY Oswego CFA Research Challenge Team won its bracket and took second overall in the annual Western New York Chartered Financial Analyst Institute Research Challenge on Feb. 18.

Arts + culture

'A Tribute to Richard Zakin,' noted ceramist, to join with Faculty Art Exhibition

March 1, 2019

SUNY Oswego's annual Faculty Art Exhibition, opening Friday, March 8, will remember Richard Zakin, the late emeritus professor of art, with a display of his beautifully fashioned works -- from sculptures to ceramics, digital to hand-sketched pieces -- that helped define the art community at SUNY Oswego and in the community for half a century.

President Stanley appointed new co-chair of CNY Regional Economic Development Council

March 6, 2019

Stanley joins fellow CNYREDC Co-Chair Randy Wolken, president of MACNY, in the Council’s efforts to support and promote economic growth across the five-county region.


Circle of Security Parenting sees dramatic growth in trainer candidates, partnerships

March 11, 2019

The Circle of Security Parenting program to break the cycle of abuse and neglect of children in Oswego County -- founded locally by SUNY Oswego psychology chair Dr. Matt Dykas -- recently made a big leap in momentum.


Author to discuss food, sociology, marginalized communities

March 12, 2019

Author and sociologist Dr. Joseph Ewoodzie will discuss "Getting Something to Eat in Jackson and Other Stories of Our Social World" in an “I Am Oz” Diversity Speakers Series presentation at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, March 28, at the Marano Campus Center auditorium (Room 132) at SUNY Oswego.

Arts + culture

Oswego State Downtown to display Galins' photographic artistry

March 15, 2019

Chris and Arnold Galin aim to catch the eye of visitors to Oswego State Downtown with photography that captures "nature in motion" during an exhibition taking place from March 29 through May 3 as part of SUNY Oswego's Downtown Artist Series.

Arts + culture

Recital to feature electronic music, guests, inventions

March 18, 2019

SUNY Oswego faculty member Paul Leary, who specializes in music technology, composition and flute, will offer a recital at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 31, in Tyler Hall's Room 11, featuring two students, his wife, one or more of his electronic music inventions, and a mix video from the recent premiere of Leary's original multimedia work, "Larger Than Us."


Quest celebration to keep growing with kickoff at Oswego's Syracuse campus

March 1, 2019

Quest, a signature day -- now two days, for the first time ever -- to celebrate the scholarship and creativity of SUNY Oswego students, faculty and staff, takes aim again this year at engaging even more participants and audiences.


American Sign Language storyteller to entertain, enlighten

March 20, 2019

The American Sign Language Club at SUNY Oswego aims to build awareness of deaf culture and the beauty of the language through ASL storyteller Dack Virnig's performance on campus.