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College's new minor in nutrition keys on healthier eating, living

July 29, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s health promotion and wellness department recently began offering nutrition as a minor, opening opportunities for students to focus on a booming field that tries to combat national issues with what people eat and why.

New memoir seeks to help others cope with OCD

July 30, 2015

After decades of hiding her uncontrollable self-abuse, Maggie Lamond Simone of SUNY Oswego’s communication studies faculty exposes her life’s experiences in the recently published book “Body Punishment: OCD, Addiction and Finding the Courage to He

Community

College launches Oswego Youth Conservatory for choral training

July 31, 2015

SUNY Oswego has begun assembling the first class for the new Oswego Youth Conservatory, reaching out to area schools by offering extracurricular training in choral singing to middle school, high school and home-schooled students ages 12 to 18.

Oswego faculty bassist scores new multimedia publication

August 3, 2015

When SUNY Oswego bassist and bass instructor Danny Ziemann could not find the right text to help teach jazz bass lines, he decided to write one—“The Low Down: A Guide to Creating Supportive Jazz Bass Lines”—and include audio files supporting the l

Student life

College to greet diverse class of 1,500 freshmen

August 13, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s enrollment of about 1,500 first-year students for the fall semester will approach and possibly surpass 2013’s class of first-year students—the largest since 1988—and establish a new high-water mark in ethnic diversity.

Ernst & Young lecture features national expert on women in STEM

August 21, 2015

Electrical engineer, bestselling author and chief executive officer of the National Women’s Hall of Fame Jill Tietjen will present “Discovering Amazing STEM Women” at 6 p.m. Thursday, Sept.

Science + technology

Professor's book details diverse contributions to history of science

August 27, 2015

In a newly published book, SUNY Oswego physics professor Alok Kumar and co-author Scott L. Montgomery provide evidence that Europe’s scientific revolution depended profoundly on ideas and innovations passed down from ancient cultures.

Student life

ALANA conference to celebrate diversity

September 4, 2015

The 29th annual ALANA Student Leadership Conference at SUNY Oswego, a weeklong multicultural celebration starting Sept.

Professor's book traces key Supreme Court free-speech decisions

September 9, 2015

SUNY Oswego political science faculty member Helen J. Knowles co-edited and helped write “Judging Free Speech,” a new book exploring the First Amendment opinions of nine key justices over the course of 100 years of Supreme Court decisions.

Tulane expert on philosopher Mill to deliver 2015 Steinkraus Lecture

September 17, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s 2015 Warren Steinkraus Lecture on Human Ideals, on Saturday, Oct. 3, will feature Dr. Jonathan Riley, an expert on the work of John Stuart Mill, a 19th century philosopher who significantly contributed to modern political theory.