News Release Archives: February 2008


Thu Feb 28, 2008

Coughlin with studentsSUNY Oswego alumnus and MIT Professor Joseph Coughlin was recently featured as one of “12 People Who Are Changing Your Retirement” in the Wall Street Journal. More...



Thu Feb 28, 2008

The Charles H. Jerred Planetarium at SUNY Oswego will showcase “The Stars of Spring” during free programs for the public every Sunday in March.  More...



Wed Feb 27, 2008

KitkaKitka, an all-female vocal ensemble, will perform music with Eastern European roots at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, March 15, in SUNY Oswego’s Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Feb 27, 2008

Talks by an artist, professors, a filmmaker and a writer along with a film, dramatic performances, a concert and workshops are on the SUNY Oswego Women’s Center schedule for March in observance of Women’s History Month. More...



Wed Feb 27, 2008

In response to a U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics report that 10,000 people retire every day, creating a projected shortage of 10.3 million employees by 2010, SUNY Oswego’s Institute for Professional and Organizational Development will host a seminar series leading to a succession planning certificate starting March 21. More...



Tue Feb 26, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s 19th annual edition of the “Women Aloud” scholarship fundraiser will feature an evening performance and a College Hour presentation on Wednesday, March 5. More...



Mon Feb 25, 2008

costume workSewing machines have been whirring for weeks in preparation for SUNY Oswego’s production of Henrik Ibsen’s “A Doll’s House,” opening Feb. 29 in the Tyler Hall’s Waterman Theatre.  More...



Thu Feb 21, 2008

Art SpiegelmanPulitzer Prize-winning author and comics pioneer Art Spiegelman will discuss “Comix 101” in a sold out talk at 8 p.m. Tuesday, March 11, in Hewitt Union ballroom. More...



Thu Feb 21, 2008

SUNY Oswego recently launched its Month of Action, a student-run initiative with the goal of raising awareness and improving student life on campus and throughout the community. More...



Thu Feb 21, 2008

James JeroseJames N. Jerose has joined his alma mater as the first director of the SUNY Oswego Metro Center in downtown Syracuse. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

PRWeek finalistsFor the second year in a row, two of the five national finalists in the prestigious PRWeek Student of the Year competition came from SUNY Oswego. Nora Abdelnabi and Corey Lemon both earned finalist positions from more than 900 entries into the 2008 competition. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

Amy WelshDr. Amy Welsh, an assistant professor of biological sciences at SUNY Oswego, is using genetic analysis to learn more about lake sturgeon in the Great Lakes region in three ongoing research projects funded at more than $200,000. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

Gwen KayIn writing a book compiling 200 years of local medical history, Dr. Gwen Kay of SUNY Oswego’s history department was able to dissect how doctors dealt with changes in their practice and the surrounding world. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

Richard EinhornA free preview of the music and development of “The Origin,” Richard Einhorn’s oratorio-in-progress about the life of Charles Darwin, will take place at 7:30 p.m. Friday, March 14, in Waterman Theatre. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

lab workDr. James MacKenzie, an assistant professor of biological sciences, and colleagues in that department and the chemistry department have acquired and set up a new ultracentrifuge for research and teaching. More...



Wed Feb 20, 2008

In addressing student abuse of alcohol and other drugs, SUNY Oswego is emphasizing the Basics. More...



Fri Feb 15, 2008

Doll's House open rehearsalIn 1879, Henrik Ibsen’s bold conclusion of “A Doll’s House”—which will open Feb. 29 at SUNY Oswego—ignited the feminist movement in Norway, where the main character, Nora, walks away from her husband, children and traditional life. More...



Fri Feb 15, 2008

I’m sure you have heard about yesterday’s shooting at Northern Illinois University, a public comprehensive teaching and research institution in DeKalb with a student enrollment of more than 25,000. Our hearts go out to the families and friends of those who suffered this needless violence and to all on the NIU campus who will be struggling in coming days to come to terms with this terrible assault on their community. More...



Wed Feb 13, 2008

due eastDue East will present the distinct pairing of flute and percussion playing mostly new compositions at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, March 5, in SUNY Oswego’s Sheldon Hall ballroom. More...



Wed Feb 13, 2008

The opening reception for a pair of exhibitions at Tyler Art Gallery—“Retrospective Reflections” and “A Visual Exploration of Memory”—have been rescheduled to 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, March 7, in the gallery. More...



Mon Feb 11, 2008

UPDATE: All Monday classes—morning, afternoon and evening—have been canceled for Feb. 11 due to inclement weather. More...



Wed Feb 06, 2008

Kristen EichhornWhen co-authoring the new book “Interpersonal Communication: Building Rewarding Relationships,” Kristen Campbell Eichhorn of SUNY Oswego’s communication studies faculty looked to create something more modern, engaging and relevant than other texts in the field.

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Wed Feb 06, 2008

Upstate X-tetThe Upstate X-tet will offer fresh, flexible takes on chamber music with a performance at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 27, in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. More...



Mon Feb 04, 2008

Doll's House castHenrik Ibsen’s classic and controversial play “A Doll’s House” brings SUNY Oswego alum Kevin Kennison back to campus and launches the college’s spring theatre season on Feb. 29. More...



Mon Feb 04, 2008

Chris Blanar speakingOswego’s College Hour returns this semester, with performances, presentations and panels for the campus and community from 12:40 to 1:35 p.m. every Wednesday while classes are in session. More...



Fri Feb 01, 2008

All classes for Friday, Feb. 1, have been canceled at SUNY Oswego due to weather concerns. More...