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Campus Update February 1, 2012

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Feb. 1, 2012     January Photos In this issue's photo gallery the academic year starts up again as guest artists teach, honored guests celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., midyear transfers and freshmen move in and art exhibitions open. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, email pictures with a brief caption to proffice@oswego.edu .ORI selects Benioff's 'City of Thieves' "City of Thieves," a novel by acclaimed author and screenwriter David Benioff about two teens embarking on a near-impossible journey in Soviet Russia, is the Oswego Reading Initiative selection for 2012-13. Read more >Early Start Program to encourage researchA new campus program will support new faculty on the path to grant writing and research in the summer before their employment contract traditionally begins. Read more >Faculty can access mini-grants, larger awardsHigher grant levels and new awards highlight a campus effort to spur research and creative projects among faculty and students. Read more >   Grant aids project to catalog Native American artifactsA $90,000 federal grant has helped advance a SUNY Oswego project to catalog and map the origins of at least 160,000 centuries-old Native American and other artifacts from archeological sites around the state. Read more >People in Action In this issue, read about faculty publications and presentations as well as students interning in Washington, D.C., a visiting scholar and recognition for undergraduate research. Read more >Calendar HighlightsWednesday, Feb. 1 Talk by film director Christopher Monger Thursday, February 2

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SUNY Oswego Campus Update : Spotlight Hard work and selfdiscipline hold the keys to David Titanic's balance of ice hockey and wellness management studies in this issue's Spotlight .Announcements SCAC fixes deadline for Quest proposals   'Lion King' choreographer, dance company coming to Waterman   Aulos Ensemble to offer baroque music next week   Athletics receives national community service award   Science Today offerings to focus on women in field   Ernst & Young sponsors series of talks on women and work   Show choir to sing, dance to music of Lady Gaga, Adele, others   Women's hockey to 'Pink the Rink' Friday   'Go Red for Women' to raise awareness, fight heart disease   Students, seniors offer free help with income tax forms   Indie Music Series to feature three acts   Police Report Concert: Vocal Effect Friday, Feb. 3 Art exhibit opening: "Picto-Pals" Wear Red Day Pink the Rink game, fundraiser Indie concert: Larcenist and Brown Bird Wednesday, Feb. 8 Concert: Aulos Ensemble Friday, Feb. 10 Performance: Garth Fagan Dance Company Saturday, Feb. 11 Rice Creek Ramble Monday, Feb. 13 General faculty meeting, rescheduled Film screenings: "Made in Pakistan" Film talk by Ayesha Khan Tuesday, Feb. 14 Film: "Concrete, Steel and Paint" For details, see SUNY Oswego Events .Web Resources Research News Artswego Athletics Student Blogs Recent Milestones Faculty Assembly Employment Opportunities SUNY Oswego Home PageAction Items Submit news RSS news feeds Follow SUNY Oswego