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College looks to continue strengthening faculty-led study abroad

March 1, 2017

SUNY Oswego has earned acclaim and national rankings for its emphasis on study abroad, and aims to continue building on its variety and depth of offerings.

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Brazilian state honors Alfred Frederick's contributions to education

April 11, 2017

Distinguished Service Professor Alfred Frederick of SUNY Oswego last month earned the title of Citizen of the State of Piauí, an award bestowed by the northeastern Brazilian state's Legislative Assembly for his more than 25 years working to improve education in the state of Piauí and elsewhere in Brazil.

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International Coffee Hour offers refreshing language opportunities

April 19, 2017

International Coffee Hour is a SUNY Oswego program that benefits international students as well as American students trying to improve their language skills over a cup of coffee.

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3 recent graduates earn teaching placements in France

June 2, 2017

Three recent SUNY Oswego graduates -- one from May, two from 2016 -- have earned teaching appointments in France through a prestigious international program.

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GENIUS global environmental competition to start June 13

June 2, 2017

The colorful opening ceremony June 13 for the seventh annual GENIUS Olympiad at SUNY Oswego will feature smooth jazz saxophonist Marcus Anderson along with public viewing of environmentally themed projects entered by high school competitors from around the world.

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Joshua McKeown mentors physician-educator from Myanmar

August 2, 2017

The Institute of International Education selected Dr. Joshua McKeown of SUNY Oswego to mentor physician-educator Dr. Myint Oo from the Southeast Asian nation of Myanmar (also known as Burma) during an intensive 20-week course designed to build skills for developing and managing an international education office.

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Filmmaker, eco-activist to headline Global Awareness Conference

October 13, 2017

Fulbright Scholar and TED fellow Shalini Kantayya, a filmmaker and eco-activist who maintains that sustainable energy is not just right for the environment, but has benefits for the economy as well, will make a free public keynote presentation at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 4, in Sheldon Hall ballroom for the 11th annual Hart Hall Global Awareness Conference.

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