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Oswego names next dean of communication, media and the arts

February 11, 2015

Dr. Julie Pretzat, associate dean of SUNY Oswego’s School of Communication, Media and the Arts, will become dean of the school effective July 1, college President Deborah F. Stanley has announced.

Tarandi Foundation gives $50,000 to endow scholarships for Sheldon Institute

February 11, 2015

Every summer for two weeks, hundreds of youth in grades 2 through 10 come to the SUNY Oswego campus to explore topics ranging from music, art and dance to science, cooking and history during the Sheldon Institute.

International

Grant aims to reduce obesity in children in U.S., abroad

February 25, 2015

SUNY Oswego recently earned a highly competitive grant from 100,000 Strong in the Americas to train students here and in Brazil to implement a health-and-wellness program to fight childhood obesity in both countries.

International

Students experience joys, intensity of physical theater in Moscow

February 25, 2015

For 14 SUNY Oswego students, winter break brought a crash course in physical theater and Russian culture during an inspiring—and intense—three-week trip to Moscow.

Awards + honors

Henry Shikongo earns SUNY Faculty Diversity Program honor

February 12, 2015

Henry Shikongo of the SUNY Oswego theater department recently was chosen for SUNY’s prestigious Faculty Diversity Program, a three-year, salary-assistance and research award that enabled him to join the department as an assistant professor.

SUNY Oswego violinist, pianist to offer Feb. 22 concert of diverse styles

February 10, 2015

Violinist Ahreum Kim, new last fall as a member of the SUNY Oswego music faculty, will make her campus concert debut in collaboration with colleague and pianist Robert Auler at 3 p.m. Sunday, Feb.

Alumnus author to speak about history of black opposition to nuclear bombs

February 9, 2015

Dr. Vincent J. Intondi, who received a SUNY Oswego master of arts degree in history in 2003, will speak about and sign his book, “African Americans Against the Bomb,” in a free Black History Month presentation at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb.

Arts + culture

Pianist Juan La Manna to perform free campus concert March 8

February 19, 2015

Pianist Juan La Manna, professor of music at SUNY Oswego, will offer a free music recital featuring works of Brahms, Mozart and more at 3 p.m. Sunday, March 8, in Sheldon Hall ballroom on campus.

SUNY Oswego to host, professor to co-edit Metascience journal

February 26, 2015

With the appointment of SUNY Oswego philosophy professor K. Brad Wray as co-editor, the journal Metascience now calls the college its headquarters.

Arts + culture

Master of arts, sustainability exhibitions to open at Penfield's Tyler Art Gallery

February 19, 2015

Six graphic design candidates for graduate degrees at SUNY Oswego will display their best work in the Master of Arts Spring Exhibition from March 10 to 27 in Tyler Art Gallery at Penfield Library.