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Provost discusses new first-year classes on CELT podcast

September 19, 2018

Provost Scott Furlong discussed Oswego's new infusion of first-year programs that incorporate popular culture and current events into the curriculum in a recent edition of the weekly "Tea for Teaching" podcast hosted by John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare of the college's Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching.

Seeking bakers (and tasters) for annual SEFA/United Way bake-off fundraiser

September 19, 2018

Next month begins the 18th annual State Employees Federated Appeal (SEFA) United Way Bake-Off, and organizers invite faculty and staff members to consider baking a dessert to help raise money for the 2018-19 campaign.

Thanks to the bakers and tasters during last year's bake-off, the campaign was able to raise around $660. The list below provides days and times for when representatives of buildings on campus will participate. To enter, a baker would e-mail the contact person for their building's bake-off and let them know the name of the dessert they will submit.

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Graduate student reaches finals of Next Great Idea competition

September 20, 2018

A SUNY Oswego graduate student’s desire to help travelers have more authentic experiences advanced his team to the final four of the recent Oswego County’s Next Great Idea competition.

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SUNY award to boost training, research in clean-energy systems

September 17, 2018

A two-year, $297,500 award from the State University's Performance Improvement Fund will give new impetus to SUNY Oswego's efforts to develop the clean energy workforce of tomorrow.

College enhances emergency communication, alert notification systems

September 21, 2018

In an ongoing effort to strengthen campus safety and improve communication on campus, Campus Technology Services (CTS), University Police and the Office of Communications and Marketing teamed up this summer and took a number of steps aimed at augmenting the way we notify members of our campus community in the event of a crisis or emergency.

We are pleased to share the following enhancements that are now in place and ready to implement if and when necessary.

College to host Erie Canal Bicentennial Discussion

September 11, 2018

Sept. 27 event titled Downtown Revitalization Along the Canal: The DRI and Waterfront Re-Development

Deadline today for students to sign up for January 2019 study-abroad courses

September 24, 2018

Today (Sept. 25) is the deadline for students to sign up for January 2019 study-aboard opportunities in Europe, Asia and South America.

Four faculty-led international programs will include regular weekly classes later this semester and travel abroad during winter break. Offerings include:

CTS exploring campus capability with new Apple OS update

September 25, 2018

On Monday, Sept. 24, Apple released macOS Mojave (10.14), their latest operating system. CTS is currently testing the new release for campus application and network compatibility, particularly with the academic and residential WiFi networks.