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Professor's book offers concise guide to contributions of ancient Hindu science

May 2, 2019

Dr. Alok Kumar, distinguished teaching professor of physics at SUNY Oswego, has gained much attention for his 2014 book on ancient Hindu science and math and their influence on the Western world. Now, he's made the work more approachable for more readers.

Awards + honors

Chemistry professor earns SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching

May 3, 2019

The State University of New York has conferred on Casey Raymond, associate professor of chemistry at SUNY Oswego, the Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching, based on his consistent, beyond-the-call care for the performance and success of his students, his colleagues, his discipline and the college's state-of-the-art science building.

Community

Summer art, poetry exhibition to focus on shared responsibility for Lake Ontario

May 8, 2019

SUNY Oswego students -- about 60 of them -- from art, creative writing and music have created works for an Oswego State Downtown exhibition this summer that speaks to everyone's responsibility to steward the vast but threatened asset that is Lake Ontario.

Arts + culture

'Recollections' exhibition portrays mementos as sparks for cherished stories

May 8, 2019

Randy Bowling treasures a ceramic bull, recalling his youthful days riding a Brahman bull named "Jack." His story is one of many highlighted in a traveling SUNY Oswego art exhibition, "Recollections: Storytelling Through Mementos," on display for the next month at Randy's home, Loretto Health and Rehabilitation Center, 700 E. Brighton Ave. in Syracuse.

Student life

OzFest to feature daytime activities, evening concert

May 7, 2019

Music, food, games and more will mark OzFest through Friday, May 10, the college's last day of classes.

Campus

New Lifelong Learning program to challenge, inspire older adults in July

May 16, 2019

Two SUNY Oswego professors, a former mayor of Oswego and a Central Square teacher are among presenters ready to offer their wisdom this July to learners ages 50 and over in Lifelong Learning courses in mass media, creative writing, American politics, digital photography, painting and drawing, and mind, body and health.

Community

Annual Leave Green sale offers bargains, reduces waste

May 7, 2019

SUNY Oswego's three-day Leave Green garage sale, May 23 to 25, again will offer a gymnasium full of bargains for the community, reduce the amount of items students have to leave and support a local cause.

Community

WRVO’s 50th anniversary celebration to feature open house, ‘Says You’ tapings

May 23, 2019

WRVO Public Media, an NPR News and information radio station with studios at SUNY Oswego and Syracuse, will celebrate its first 50 years with an open house, special events, live tapings of “Says You” and more this year.

Awards + honors

'Above and beyond' efforts of staff member earn Chancellor's Award

May 15, 2019

Alexandra "Alex" Sorbello, artist designer with SUNY Oswego's Office of Residence Life and Housing, has earned the 2019 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Classified Service, a State University of New York honor that recognizes her for "superior performance and extraordinary achievement."

Awards + honors

Chancellor's Award honors Fehmi Damkaci for GENIUS, other service contributions

May 7, 2019

Fehmi Damkaci, professor and chair of SUNY Oswego's chemistry department and founder and director of the GENIUS Olympiad environmental competition in Oswego for high school students from scores of countries around the world for nearly nine years, has earned the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.