News Release Archives: November 2005


Wed Nov 30, 2005

honor graduatesMore than 600 students took steps toward their future at December graduation ceremonies Saturday, Dec. 17.  More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

An astrophysicist at SUNY Oswego is part of an international team of three scientists who will perform the first uniform analysis of a set of data generated by the Hubble Space Telescope, giving the astronomical community a resource for many new investigations. More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

craig delanceyDr. Craig DeLancey, assistant professor of philosophy and cognitive science, has received two fellowships for 2006 that will allow him to spend 12 months exploring the relationship between rational action and emotion. More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

classroom sceneEvery January, SUNY Oswego students polish their teaching skills in the Big Apple through a winter session practicum course featuring a two-week immersion in a New York City classroom.  More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

Irfan HabibNext spring, SUNY Oswego will host one of the visiting scholars in an international pilot program to deepen American understanding of the Muslim world. More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

making tagsMembers of the campus community will help brighten the holidays for hundreds of local children in need through the 18th annual SUNY Oswego Toy Drive. More...



Wed Nov 30, 2005

posing participantsThis semester’s Miss-a-Meal program raised $5,480.73 for American Red Cross hurricane-relief activities.  More...



Wed Nov 23, 2005

chorus practiceThe sound of brass instruments will celebrate the holiday season in two events hosted by the music department on Sunday, Dec. 11. More...



Wed Nov 23, 2005

The College-Community Orchestra will join singers from the Church of the Resurrection for a program of 20th century American hymns and hymn-based works at 7:30 p.m. Friday, Dec. 9. More...



Fri Nov 18, 2005

The community can help boost local families through a food drive during home Oswego State basketball games on Friday and Saturday, Dec. 2 and 3. More...



Fri Nov 18, 2005

teachers gather Thirteen area teachers, SUNY Oswego Project SMART staff and Entergy personnel met recently to kick off a project, supported by the energy company, to raise community awareness of the need for advancing math, science and technology curriculum and career opportunities in area schools. More...



Fri Nov 18, 2005

Ben BradleeC-Span 1 will air SUNY Oswego’s Louis A. Borrelli Jr. Media Summit nationwide at 9:15 p.m. (Eastern Time) Friday, Nov. 25, and again at 12:45 a.m. (Eastern Time) Saturday to reach the primetime viewers in the Pacific Time zone. More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

Sheldon Hall workSUNY Oswego’s oldest and signature building, Sheldon Hall, has gained a surge of new life in its 95th year. More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

Sheldon Hall, the first building constructed for the campus of what is now SUNY Oswego, has a history stretching back nearly a century. Among the notable dates along the way: More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

Christmas Carol castDozens of students from Oswego’s theatre and music departments will team with faculty members to present a staged reading of Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol” at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, in Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

When the National Science Foundation gathered academic leaders at the top-producing colleges of math and science teachers last month, SUNY Oswego’s Linda Rae Markert and Sara Varhus were on their list. More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

eight former athletes honoredEight former SUNY Oswego athletes and coaches were honored by the Oswego Alumni Athletic Association with induction into the Hall of Fame Saturday, Nov. 5, on campus. More...



Wed Nov 16, 2005

The Oswego College Choir and State Singers, under the direction of Dr. Julie Pretzat, will present a holiday concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 7, in Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Nov 09, 2005

Charles Dickens’ classic “A Christmas Carol” will come to life in a staged reading with music at 3:30 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 4, in Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Nov 09, 2005

members of Recorder ConsortThe SUNY Oswego Recorder Consort will present a concert at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 16, at the Church of the Resurrection, 120 W. Fifth St. in Oswego. The concert is free and open to the public. More...



Wed Nov 09, 2005

image of Chris Cain with guitarThe fifth annual Jazz Guitar and More Festival, a day filled with workshops and performances, will bring world-renowned jazz and blues musicians to campus on Saturday. More...



Mon Nov 07, 2005

Professional golfer Wayne LeviEight former Oswego State athletes were honored at the fifth annual Oswego Athletic Alumni Association Hall of Fame Dinner. More...



Fri Nov 04, 2005

The curtain will soon rise on “Proof,” the college’s 2005 student honors production. The award-winning drama, directed by senior Brian Heyman, will run Tuesday, Nov. 15, through Sunday, Nov. 20, in the Tyler Hall lab theatre. More...



Fri Nov 04, 2005

Justin Davis with paintingTop student work currently fills Tyler Art Gallery in the Fall Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition, which opened Nov. 18. More...



Wed Nov 02, 2005

Scene from Proof rehearsalThe process of bringing “Proof” to the Oswego stage has been highly collaborative. The Tony Award- and Pulitzer Prize-winning play, which tackles the fine line between genius and madness, is this year’s student honors production. More...



Wed Nov 02, 2005

Oswego students explore AmazonMany SUNY Oswego students head south for spring break. A dozen of them went as far as the Brazilian Amazon last semester. More...



Wed Nov 02, 2005

Professor Frederick discussing visitWhen organizers of the first Afrocentric university in Latin America this fall sought an American consultant on faculty and curricular development, the Council for the International Exchange of Scholars found just the person to advise them: Oswego’s Dr. Alfred Frederick.  More...