News Release Archives: October 2008


Wed Oct 29, 2008

SUNY Oswego students can learn to better understand and forecast extreme and everyday weather events, thanks to equipment coming through a National Science Foundation grant. More...



Wed Oct 29, 2008

SUNY Oswego expects to draw up to 60 creative, high-achieving high school students each of the next five years as the college begins hosting the annual New York State Summer School of Media Arts. More...



Wed Oct 29, 2008

classroom sceneSUNY Oswego’s technology education program, long a pioneer and leader in its field, has become the first school in the state to earn an accreditation from the Council on Technology Teacher Education. More...



Wed Oct 29, 2008

student actors“Honor and the River,” the annual SUNY Oswego student honors production, probes issues of fear and trust against the backdrop of budding adulthood. More...



Wed Oct 29, 2008

Karel Kurst-SwangerSensitive to an emerging social issue five years ago, Dr. Karel Kurst-Swanger of SUNY Oswego’s public justice faculty thought of developing a course. Looking for a textbook on the issue—religion and crime—she found none existed. So she wrote it. More...



Wed Oct 29, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s University Police recently received two grants, one through the U.S. Department of Homeland Security’s Federal Emergency Management Agency and the other from the state Department of Motor Vehicles. More...



Fri Oct 24, 2008

Gov. David Paterson appointed James McMahon of Central Square to SUNY Oswego’s College Council this summer and this month designated him the panel’s chair. McMahon presided over his first meeting Friday, Oct. 24. More...



Fri Oct 24, 2008

Robert AulerThe music department will present “Chamber Music Greatest Hits,” for lovers of the genre or those new to it, on Wednesday, Nov. 19. More...



Fri Oct 24, 2008

Campus CenterA live Webcast will be available for SUNY Oswego’s College Council meeting, at 1 p.m. Friday, Oct. 24, in Room C114 of the Campus Center. More...



Thu Oct 23, 2008

O'Donnell Summit 2008 The revolution will not be televised ... but, it is on YouTube. More...



Wed Oct 22, 2008

rehearsal imageA student-led cast and crew have waded deep into preparations for “Honor and the River,” the annual SUNY Oswego honors production opening Nov. 19. More...



Tue Oct 21, 2008

Sarri Singer, who has worked with organizations that aid victims of terrorism worldwide, will speak at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 29, in Room 114 of SUNY Oswego’s Campus Center. More...



Wed Oct 15, 2008

computer labStudents at SUNY Oswego and two other colleges will launch computer attacks in a virtual environment in a project designed to improve information security in the real world. More...



Wed Oct 15, 2008

Best Business coverThe Princeton Review has named SUNY Oswego’s School of Business one of the “Best 296 Business Schools” in the latest edition of its graduate school guidebook of that title, released in October. More...



Wed Oct 15, 2008

MadelineFolk singer/songwriter Madeline and the eclectic stylings of Andy Cook and the Wander Loons will launch the new Indie Series at SUNY Oswego on Friday, Nov. 7. More...



Wed Oct 15, 2008

Oz NoySUNY Oswego’s Guitar Symposium, Nov. 8 and 9, will feature hands-on workshops, taught by top players and educators, for guitarists of all skill levels. More...



Tue Oct 14, 2008

collecting leavesMembers of SUNY Oswego’s Student-Athlete Advisory Council are ready to rake leaves Sunday, Nov. 9. But they need to hear from senior citizens in Oswego who would like this free help. More...



Tue Oct 14, 2008

Tyler Art Gallery will host a Halloween opening reception for “SUNY Oswego Art Faculty: Recent Work.” Running 5 to 7 p.m. Oct. 31, the reception celebrates the exhibition of Oswego art faculty work in media including painting, sculpture, ceramics, photography, works on paper and mixed media. More...



Tue Oct 14, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s Division of Extended Learning is offering American Management Association professional courses and certificate programs designed to build or enhance professional knowledge, skills and leadership at the college’s new Metro Center in downtown Syracuse. More...



Tue Oct 14, 2008

art exhibitionSUNY Oswego’s Metro Center will present “Mapping Linguistics, Revisited,” featuring recent work by Kelly Roe of the art department, opening with a public reception from 5 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 16. More...



Thu Oct 09, 2008

Laker logoThe Oswego Alumni Association will induct five Laker greats into the Oswego State Athletic Hall of Fame Oct. 25. More...



Wed Oct 08, 2008

Tim Farnsworth, Andre FieldsWith the 2008 presidential election looming, two Oswego students are presenting the leading contenders’ positions on important issues to students through an online forum. More...



Wed Oct 08, 2008

Brasil Guitar DuoA series of concerts in styles ranging from jazz to finger-style, funk to Brazilian will highlight SUNY Oswego’s Guitar Symposium on Saturday and Sunday, Nov. 8 and 9. More...



Wed Oct 08, 2008

In addition to top names discussing emerging media issues, this year’s Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit on Oct. 22 will feature several alumni offering advice to those wishing to enter the communications field. More...



Wed Oct 08, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s Tyler Art Gallery is looking for regional artists to take part in a series of “Art on the Wall” solo exhibitions at Oswego State Downtown. More...



Tue Oct 07, 2008

A panel of economic and business experts will discuss “The Economic Crisis: Are We Seeing the Light or Are We Stuck in the Tunnel?” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 21, in Room 105 of Lanigan Hall at SUNY Oswego. More...



Fri Oct 03, 2008

hockey actionSUNY Oswego’s Family and Friends Weekend, Oct. 17 to 19, will feature arts, athletics, food, music, theatre events and more for students, visitors and the community. More...



Thu Oct 02, 2008

actor faintsAs the miscues of an amateur theatre troupe continue to mount, the mayhem becomes too much for some onlookers like Fred Ritter (Jeremy Waterman, center) to bear in “The Torch Bearers,” the opening production for the SUNY Oswego theatre season. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

blog pageThe new SUNY Oswego Student Blogs allow readers to follow students adjusting to college, playing sports, directing a play, getting involved in campus events, studying overseas, giving tours or even overcoming vision loss. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

campus tourIf SUNY Oswego’s admissions trends could be described in one word, it would be “up.” More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

A new piece of equipment that can measure concentrations in the smallest amounts could have a large impact on SUNY Oswego’s research, ability to attract top-quality students and chances of recruiting the best science faculty. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

Steve LeblangThe Dr. Lewis B. O’Donnell Media Summit at SUNY Oswego on Wednesday, Oct. 22, will explore the “Media Revolution” in a panel discussion which can be viewed in a Web simulcast. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

sustainability logoMembers of the SUNY Oswego community and their campus-related activities were responsible for an estimated 31,629 tons of greenhouse gas emissions in 2007, or 4.3 metric tons per full-time equivalent student. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

Dorian Wind QuintetThe Dorian Wind Quintet will perform as part of SUNY Oswego’s Ke-Nekt Chamber Music Series at 7:30 p.m. today (Oct. 22) in the Sheldon Hall ballroom. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

students watch debateSUNY Oswego students are gathering to follow and discuss the 2008 presidential race during a series of Debate Watch events, starting with this get-together in the Hart Hall basement lounge on Sept. 26. More...



Wed Oct 01, 2008

Author and former Georgian independence activist Irakli Kakabadze will discuss “Russia and Georgia at War: Understanding the August 2008 Conflict” at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Oct. 14, in Room C114 of SUNY Oswego’s Campus Center.

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Wed Oct 01, 2008

SUNY Oswego’s Division of Extended Learning is currently offering American Management Association professional courses and certificate programs at the college’s Metro Center, 2 Clinton Center in downtown Syracuse. More...