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Student pianist to perform with career musicians for 'Pocket Concertos'

March 2, 2018

SUNY Oswego second-year music major Christopher Spinelli, who has been playing piano since age 3, will demonstrate his skills among professional musicians for "Pocket Concertos," a concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 21, in Sheldon Hall ballroom.

Zachary Hiris in a meteorology lab

Zachary Hiris

March 2, 2018

A well-rounded senior meteorology major, Ohio resident Zachary Hiris has built a database for the National Weather Service, co-managed forecasting for a state agency and school districts, risen to president of the Meteorology Club, made the golf team for three years and already signed on for a graduate school.

March 7, 2018

March 2, 2018

Read about a variety of student and faculty publications and presentations, the launch of a honor society and recognition for a University Police officer's heroic actions.

Research

'Lightning talks' competition to debut at Quest

March 2, 2018

Quest, the annual symposium celebrating scholarly and creative pursuits of undergraduate and graduate students, faculty and staff, on Wednesday, April 4, will unveil the college's first foray into an internationally known competition for graduate students.

Campus

Spring School Safety Symposium to discuss preparedness

March 8, 2018

SUNY Oswego's Spring School Safety Symposium on Wednesday, March 28, will feature John-Michael Keyes, founder of the "I Love U Guys" foundation and the Standard Response Protocol, to discuss the question, "How do we keep our students, faculty and staff safe?"

Arts + culture

Graduate students to display artwork in thesis exhibition

March 13, 2018

Graduate student Paul Farinelli credits his studies in graphic art and digital media -- and some crucial advice from a professor -- with helping him develop video game characters "with a mystique" for display March 23 to April 8 in the Master of Arts Thesis Exhibition in Tyler Art Gallery.

Society

New program helps career, technical experts transition to teaching

March 15, 2018

Dylan Obernesser made a swift career change -- one he thought would take years -- from insurance fraud investigation to teaching computer forensics in high school, thanks to SUNY Oswego School of Education's work with Syracuse-area teacher candidates hired for their technical and career expertise.

Community

Students providing service through alternative spring breaks

March 5, 2018

With spring break for colleges around the corner, some SUNY Oswego students are taking the opportunity to serve communities in need of helping hands.

March 21, 2018

March 15, 2018

Read about faculty presentations, publications and honors in this edition of People in Action.