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GENIUS environmental competition again expects record visitors

April 11, 2018

The eighth annual GENIUS Olympiad, a global high school environmental competition, anticipates a record 1,200 high school students and mentors to arrive at SUNY Oswego from up to 70 countries and 34 states for the June finals in science, visual and performing arts, writing, business and robotics.

Society

College, WCNY to host documentary, panel on ethics

April 3, 2018

SUNY Oswego will partner with WCNY to host a preview of the PBS documentary segment “The Whistle Blower,” followed by an ethics-based faculty panel discussion on Wednesday, April 11.

Community

Area schools' spring break means Cruisin' time on campus

April 12, 2018

SUNY Oswego stays in session during the April 20 to 29 break for area schools, so Cruisin' the Campus for Spring offers a host of educational activities for area residents in addition to recreation, entertainment and athletic events galore.

Arts + culture

BFA exhibitions feature work of 24 student artists

April 10, 2018

The work of 24 SUNY Oswego bachelor of fine arts degree candidates will greet visitors to Tyler Art Gallery for two spring BFA exhibitions.

Open Forum for Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer candidate - Rodmon King

April 10, 2018

A candidate for the Chief Diversity and Inclusion Officer position, Rodmon King, will be available for a Faculty, Staff and Student Open Forum later today, April 10, from 3:15 pm – 4:15 pm in 133 MCC (Marano Campus Center). 

Student life

Nina Agnello learns how to lead from challenges, changes

April 12, 2018

Nina Agnello, a sophomore majoring in business administration and psychology at SUNY Oswego, has learned a lot about responding to change and challenge.

Society

State approves new major in philosophy, politics and economics

April 10, 2018

Abraham Lincoln: politician, philosopher or economist? Was John Stuart Mill just a philosopher? Was Adam Smith just an economist? A new SUNY Oswego degree program to launch this fall underscores the answer: Academic disciplines, like careers, often intersect, regardless of boundaries and labels.

Student life

Yards for Yeardley boosts awareness, prevention of relationship violence

April 12, 2018

During Yards for Yeardley, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday, April 23, on the academic quad, SUNY Oswego students, faculty and staff and members of the community will walk to remember and to prevent domestic and dating violence on college campuses and communities.

Campus

New dance minor ready to debut

March 22, 2018

SUNY Oswego students this fall can glide, float, leap and pirouette their way to a new minor in dance.