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Faculty expert to lead discussion of school safety findings

October 16, 2017

We Need To Talk About School Safety: A Conversation Based on Lessons Learned at The Briefings," taking place Tuesday, Nov. 7, at SUNY Oswego will feature a faculty expert sharing information from a recent national symposium.

International

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.

Arts + culture

'Clybourne Park' to take on race, gentrification with sharp script

October 2, 2017

The SUNY Oswego theatre department's October production of "Clybourne Park," a Pulitzer Prize- and Tony-winning play satirizing ingrained notions about race relations and gentrification, should cause audience members to recognize their shared humanity, the play's director says.

Research

Grant helps student researchers gain skills studying skulls of ancient animals

October 27, 2017

Dr. Jennifer Olori of the biological sciences faculty recently won a National Science Foundation grant for a project designed to provide undergraduates -- particularly women, who remain underrepresented in sciences and math -- with research experiences focused on head-first burrowing animals from as long ago as 300 million years.

Community

Class to tell stories at Oswego Town Rural Cemetery Oct. 27

October 19, 2017

A storytelling class will bring the tales of historical figures to life during "A Night at the Oswego Town Rural Cemetery" at 6 p.m. Friday, Oct. 27.

Society

Media Summit to feature White House journalists, take on 'fake news'

October 13, 2017

SUNY Oswego's 13th annual Lewis B. O'Donnell Media Summit will take on "fake news" as its discussion focus, presenting a balanced panel of White House and other broadcast news industry veterans to talk and listen to other viewpoints around the often politically and emotionally charged subject.

Research

Alumnus to speak about work as part of Nobel-winning astrophysics project

October 27, 2017

SUNY Oswego alumnus Daniel Wysocki, who is part of the team responsible for Nobel Prize-winning work studying gravitational waves in deep space, will speak at his alma mater Friday, Nov. 10.

Nov. 1, 2017

October 27, 2017

Read about faculty presentations and papers, a faculty board appointment, a staff member's presentations on cultivating student stories, a career-recognizing award and more.