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7 Oswego students to compete at internship showcase

October 29, 2018

Seven students will represent SUNY Oswego at the upcoming Central New York Career Development Association "CNY Internship Showcase" at 11 a.m. Saturday, Nov. 10, at SUNY Oswego's Syracuse campus.

In all, 20 students were competitively selected to present about their internship experiences and will represent six institutions, vying for the opportunity to win a $500 judge-based prize and a $200 Audience Choice Award.

Sigma Xi wins national excellence award

October 18, 2018

The SUNY Oswego Sigma Xi Chapter has earned a Sigma Xi Chapter Program of Excellence Award for the "Sigma Xi Student Award at the Quest Symposium” program.

Campus

College boosts enrollment of graduate students, works toward new gains

October 29, 2018

Total enrollment of graduate students at SUNY Oswego has risen over the past five years, and the college's Division of Graduate Studies has used the momentum to highlight an array of more than 30 programs across campus.

Community

Planetarium's November shows to preview 50th anniversary of moon landing

October 29, 2018

The SUNY Oswego planetarium will preview the 50th anniversary of the Apollo moon landing with programs at 7 p.m. every Sunday during November.

Oct. 31, 2018

October 26, 2018

Read about faculty and staff presentations at international and regional conferences, a staff member's national board appointment, faculty publications, awards for outstanding achievements and more.

University Police to participate in No Shave November

October 31, 2018

Officers of the SUNY Oswego University Police Department will forgo shaving throughout the month of November in a collective effort to grow cancer awareness and raise funds to support cancer prevention, research and education. 

So don't be alarmed if you come across our officers who may be growing beards; it's only for one month and it's for a great cause. Female officers may participate by wearing a blue ribbon or a blue stripe in their hair. 

Community

Paying it forward: Corporations team with Oswego to prepare next generation of leaders

October 10, 2018

Not only is SUNY Oswego providing students with high-impact, transformative learning experiences, but the college is committed to partnering with businesses and corporations across America in a collaborative quest to prepare the next generation of leaders.

Arts + culture

Off-stage team helps 'Shape' play into 'collaborative art form'

October 30, 2018

As the SUNY Oswego theatre department approaches opening night Wednesday, Nov. 7, for Neil Labute's "The Shape of Things," the students on the production team help mold a play that emphasizes the power of manipulation in relationships.

Richard Bethea, retired military and cinema studies student

Richard Bethea

October 29, 2018

After two decades on active duty with the Army, Richard Bethea nears this Veterans Day as a retiree and very active student in the college's cinema and screen studies program. This soldier-turned-artist also serves as a reminder of the value of a welcoming and inclusive campus.

Student life

Track and field, cross country teams always work on improvement, fun, family feeling

October 5, 2018

For student-athletes on Oswego's track and field (indoor and outdoor) and cross country teams, the experience is all about continuous improvement, fun and a family atmosphere.