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Campus Update April 27, 2011

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Campus Update April 27, 2011
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Campus Update : April 27, 2011 April 27, 2011 April Photos This issue's photo gallery blooms like spring with fresh collegiate growth: Questing for scholarly answers, reaching for sustainable energy solutions, aspiring to honors, building for the future and hurtling toward graduation . and beyond. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, e-mail pictures with a brief caption to proffice@oswego.edu NSF provides $600K for science scholarships The National Science Foundation has awarded SUNY Oswego nearly $600,000 over five years to provide scholarships to recruit and retain talented students who otherwise could not afford to pursue degrees in science and technology fields. Read more > Burrell, Bandla receive new service awards New campus awards for excellence in service were bestowed April 15 at the Scholarly and Creative Activity Awards Ceremony. Read more > Graduates finding connections after Commencement in May More than 1,000 students will make their next steps in life after Oswego's 150th spring Commencement on May 14, and a number have secured footholds toward successful, even prestigious, careers. Read more > People in Action In this issue, read about students making conference presentations in chemistry, physics and zoology and faculty members' scholarly activities in history, political science and biological sciences. Read more >

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Campus Update : April 27, 2011 New wave of courses greets student travelers Short-term options for study and travel have proliferated at SUNY Oswego in recent years, including a unique, firsttime program that culminates next month with a trip to Iceland and a cinema course that went to Dublin in January. Read more and see video > Rosow earns visiting position in Australia Stephen Rosow, professor and chair of political science, will serve a month as Distinguished Visiting Professor in the political science and international relations department at Australian National University. Read more > Spotlight Kevin White nudges Native American studies students toward cross-cultural dialogue, insight and understanding in this issue's Spotlight Announcements Professional development opportunities slated at Metro Center Educators to discuss multicultural approach Leave Green initiative aimed at off-campus students Civil War historian to speak twice Summerfame musical theatre institute to take a second bow Middle States re-accreditation progressing, adds website Campus Update recognized, again Police Report Quest Poll Results What are your plans for Quest? Calendar Highlights Thursday, April 28 Jazz ensemble concert Friday, April 29 Seminar on multicultural education Tyler Art Gallery opening Saturday, April 30 Dance performance: "Cymbeline" April 30 and May 1 Men's Golf Spring Invitational Sunday, May 1 Concert: Oswego Festival Chorus Tuesday, May 3 Wind Ensemble concert Wednesday, May 4 Performance: College-Community Orchestra Thursday, May 5 Comedy show: Jim Breuer and Ralphie May Saturday, May 7 Rice Creek Ramble

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