News Release Archives: April 2008


Wed Apr 30, 2008

faculty-student meetingStudies of language, lightning, South American social movements, air pollution and wind power will take place thanks to five SUNY Oswego Student-Faculty Collaborative Challenge Grants. More...



Wed Apr 30, 2008

Shashi KanburUnder a $132,346 grant from the National Science Foundation’s program for developing global scientists, Dr. Shashi Kanbur of SUNY Oswego’s physics department will take a group of upstate physics and computer science students to Brazil this summer. More...



Wed Apr 30, 2008

Chuck WeeksChuck Weeks, SUNY Oswego’s director of residence life and housing, has received the State University of New York Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Professional Service. More...



Wed Apr 30, 2008

scholarship winnersSeveral SUNY Oswego students have earned Empire State Diversity Honors Scholarships. The scholarship program is designed to attract and retain undergraduates at SUNY campuses who demonstrate high academic achievement and contribute to the diversity of the student body. More...



Wed Apr 30, 2008

SUNY Oswego faculty members Dr. Elizabeth Dunne Schmitt of the economics department and Dr. Barry Friedman of the marketing and management department are co-winners of the President’s Award for Teaching Excellence for 2007-08. More...



Wed Apr 30, 2008

Brooks GumpDr. Brooks Gump of SUNY Oswego’s psychology department has earned the SUNY Oswego President’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity and Research for 2007-08. More...



Mon Apr 28, 2008

lighting torchThe traditional Torchlight ceremony, symbolizing the passing of knowledge, will be among the highlights of this year’s Commencement Eve celebration on Friday, May 16 More...



Mon Apr 28, 2008

Recorder ConsortThe SUNY Oswego Recorder Consort will perform “In Merrie Old England” at 7:30 p.m. Friday, May 9, at the Church of the Resurrection, 120 W. Fifth St. in Oswego. More...



Wed Apr 23, 2008

students workingSinger Sally Bowles (senior Sara Weiler) and writer Cliff Bradshaw (freshman Samuel Austin) are lovers in a dangerous time when “Cabaret” continues its campus run this weekend. More...



Tue Apr 22, 2008

Shashi KanburShashi Kanbur of Oswego’s physics and earth sciences department will step in to deliver Quest’s keynote address, “The Bi-Partisan Big Bang Theory of the Universe,” at 1 p.m. April 23 in the Campus Center auditorium. More...



Fri Apr 18, 2008

poster presentationTen SUNY Oswego students attended the recent annual meeting of Geological Society of America’s Northeastern section in Buffalo. More...



Thu Apr 17, 2008

students workingSUNY Oswego is gearing up for the biggest and most diverse Quest yet, with around 180 contributions marking the college’s annual daylong symposium of scholarly and creative activities by faculty, staff and students on Wednesday, April 23. More...



Wed Apr 16, 2008

cast imageThe popular and passionate musical “Cabaret” runs through next weekend in Waterman Theatre in Tyler Hall. This Tony Award-winning musical has entertained audiences for over 40 years since its debut on Broadway in 1966. More...



Wed Apr 16, 2008

Steven AbrahamSteven E. Abraham, a professor of marketing and management at SUNY Oswego, has received the SUNY Chancellor’s Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities for his research bridging law and business. More...



Wed Apr 16, 2008

The Institute for Professional and Organizational Development at SUNY Oswego is currently offering American Management Association professional courses and certificate programs designed to build or enhance professional knowledge, skills and leadership at the Oswego State Education Center in Phoenix. More...



Wed Apr 16, 2008

vocal practiceIn addition to being a Broadway hit and longtime musical staple, “Cabaret”—SUNY Oswego’s spring production—offers a look at a tense, telling time in pre-World War II Europe. More...



Tue Apr 15, 2008

Yusha EvansIn “Understanding Islam,” three representatives of that faith will speak at 7 p.m. April 24 in Room 105 of Lanigan Hall at SUNY Oswego. President Deborah F. Stanley issued the following statement Monday. More...



Tue Apr 15, 2008

John McLouglinWorld Trade Center attack survivor Sgt. John McLoughlin, who graduated from SUNY Oswego in 1975, will visit campus April 30 to share his inspirational story with students and the community. More...



Mon Apr 14, 2008

SUNY Oswego will celebrate 40 years of creative writing with student readings and an appearance by emeritus Professor Lewis Turco at Quest on April 23. More...



Mon Apr 14, 2008

Honors Convocation, SUNY Oswego’s annual ceremony recognizing students’ outstanding academic achievements, will move to the convocation hall of the Campus Center this year for the first time. More...



Fri Apr 11, 2008

architectural renderingThe approved 2008-09 state budget includes $69.5 million for a new science building at SUNY Oswego. The strategic initiative funding supports the third phase of improvements to the college’s 1960s-era science facilities. More...



Fri Apr 11, 2008

students at computersSUNY Oswego’s broadcasting program will contribute two panels to the college’s Quest activities April 23: “Look Mom! I’m Going to Jail!: The Myths and Realities of Illegally Downloading Music and Video” and “Do You Have What It Takes to Be a Sportscaster?” More...



Thu Apr 10, 2008

The Oswego Jazz Project will celebrate the release of its new album, “And the Time Is Now,” at 7 p.m. Wednesday, April 23, in the second floor banquet room of King Arthur’s Steakhouse in downtown Oswego. More...



Wed Apr 09, 2008

art exhibitionTyler Art Gallery will showcase the original work of SUNY Oswego art students in the Spring Bachelor of Fine Arts Exhibition, which will run from May 2 to 16. More...



Wed Apr 09, 2008

The graying of America’s population is resulting in a shortage of people trained to meet the needs of these older adults. SUNY Oswego will mark national Careers in Aging Week on April 18 with an open discussion with a panel of professionals in gerontology. More...



Wed Apr 09, 2008

Aaron ReeceSUNY Oswego music faculty member Aaron Reece’s Quest performance/presentation “Unresolved Mystery: The Search for Bach’s Keyboard Temperament” will probe a historical musical puzzle. More...



Wed Apr 09, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s Penfield Library and Penfield Library Associates will hold their annual book sale fundraiser in the basement of the library Monday, April 21, to Wednesday, April 23. More...



Wed Apr 02, 2008

Tim DelaneyDr. Tim Delaney uses the world’s most popular animated dysfunctional family to illustrate lessons on sociology, philosophy, psychology and pop culture in his new book “Simpsonology: There’s a Little Bit of Springfield in All of Us.” More...



Wed Apr 02, 2008

Bruce AltschulerSUNY Oswego political science Professor Bruce Altschuler, an author and widely quoted expert on elections, will ask “Isn’t There a Better Way to Pick Our President?” as the keynote speaker at Quest on April 23. More...