News Release Archives: August 2008


Fri Aug 29, 2008

Tim Farnsworth '09 While many of his Oswego classmates were settling in on campus, senior Tim Farnsworth was getting his first lessons of the academic year at the Republican National Convention in Minnesota. More...



Fri Aug 29, 2008

hourglass logoOswego’s College Hour returns to Tuesdays for the fall semester, offering wide-ranging programs on academic, cultural and developmental topics. More...



Thu Aug 28, 2008

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley announced today that she has withdrawn her name as a candidate for the presidency of Old Dominion University.

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Wed Aug 27, 2008

Amelia Piano TrioSUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series will present six concerts exploring the range of this musical form. More...



Wed Aug 27, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s Science Today lecture series will address such topics as alternative energies, climate change, geochemistry, environmental toxins and wildlife during its fall sessions. More...



Sat Aug 23, 2008

SUNY Oswego President Deborah F. Stanley is one of two finalists for the presidency at Old Dominion University, a public research university of about 22,000 students in Norfolk, Va.

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Fri Aug 22, 2008

student tourSUNY Oswego has earned a top ranking in the 2009 edition of “America’s Best Colleges” by U.S. News & World Report, the magazine announced today. More...



Wed Aug 20, 2008

faculty-student collaborationSUNY Oswego is one of the best colleges and universities in the Northeast, according to the Princeton Review. Oswego is one of 212 institutions it recommends in its book “The Best Northeastern Colleges: 2009 Edition,” published this month by Random House/Princeton Review Books. More...



Wed Aug 20, 2008

studentsThe start of SUNY Oswego’s fall semester will include introducing students to volunteer opportunities around town during Community Involvement Day on Sunday, Aug. 31. More...



Wed Aug 20, 2008

The SUNY Oswego theatre department’s 2008-09 season will feature explorations through time, space and human emotions. More...



Wed Aug 20, 2008

Nature hikes, programs for bird-lovers and an environmental teacher training session are among the autumnal events slated at SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station. More...



Wed Aug 20, 2008

The WRVO Stations at SUNY Oswego will continue adding high-definition radio outlets thanks to a $164,280 grant from the Corporation for Public Broadcasting. More...



Mon Aug 18, 2008

opening picnicThis year’s welcoming activities have expanded to a whole Opening Week, including old favorites like the Welcoming Torchlight Ceremony and new features like an environmental keynote talk. More...



Wed Aug 13, 2008

Kitka performsSUNY Oswego’s Artswego series will bring music, dance, poetry, comedy, multimedia performance and the world premiere of a production on the life of Charles Darwin to the lakeside campus in 2008-09. More...



Wed Aug 13, 2008

Bruce Conkle“Eco-Tankers: An Exhibition by Bruce Conkle” and “Rocks and Rills: Nature Themes from the Permanent Connection” will bring green views to SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Art Gallery Sept. 5 to Oct. 19. More...



Wed Aug 13, 2008

Earth, Water II quiltPat Pauly, guest curator of the Tyler Art Gallery exhibition “A Personal Landscape: Contemporary Art Quilts,” will discuss “Celebrating the Art Quilt” at 6:30 p.m. Friday, Sept. 5 in the SUNY Oswego gallery. More...



Fri Aug 08, 2008

Lea-Ann Woodward Berst '84For many people, the Olympic Games are synonymous with passion, pride, athleticism and inspiration. The same could be applied to the marketing campaign that Oswego alumna Lea-Ann Woodward Berst crafted for her client during the torch relay that leads up to the games. More...



Thu Aug 07, 2008

Inspiring Horizons: The Campaign for Oswego has exceeded its goal and raised $23,857,114, making SUNY Oswego’s first comprehensive campaign an overwhelming success.

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