April 25, 2012 Â Â April Photos In this issue's photo gallery Quest serves up a feast for the mind, while the final Caravanserai concert offers one for the soul. Events lend momentum to a fast-closing semester, including Honors Convocation, visits from Alumni-in-Residence and sports teams vying for conference playoffs. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, email pictures with a brief caption to email@example.com .Student earns Austrian grant to teach in SalzburgGraduate student Benjamin Gerardi, due to receive a master's in education in May, will spend the 2012-13 academic year teaching in Salzburg as a guest of the Austrian government. Read more >Miss Quest? Watch videoHighlights of last week's Quest include art projects, poster sessions, weather balloon launch and more. Watch video >Belt, Lewis earn SUNY teaching awardsSUNY has bestowed a 2012 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Teaching on two professors whose work has been transformative for decades of Oswego students: Tracy K. Lewis and John H. Belt. Anonymous alumnus to bequeath $5 million for Possibility ScholarsA native of Central New York who used his Oswego math degree to make a fortune in the real estate business has informed the college of his intention to bequeath approximately $5 million to his alma mater in support of the Possibility Scholars program. Read more >People in Action In this issue, read about faculty and staff conference presentations and the latest student art exhibition. Read more >Calendar HighlightsWednesday, April 25 Metro Center open house Student Involvement Awards ceremony Silveira Lecture: "A Day Made of Glass"
SUNY Oswego Campus Update : April 25, 2012 Read more >Entrepreneurship scholar honored with awardSarfraz A. Mian, professor in the School of Business, expert in entrepreneurship and business incubation, and scholar with a global reputation, has received a 2012 SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Scholarship and Creative Activities. Â Read more >Building trades manager cited for excellenceMalachi "Mal" Reardon, building trades manager and a 35-year employee of the college, is a recipient of the 2012 Chancellor's Awards for Excellence in the Classified Service. Read more >News veteran Garrick Utley joins Oswego facultySUNY Oswego has named longtime NBC and ABC news veteran Garrick Utley as senior fellow and professor of broadcasting and journalism in the School of Communication, Media and the Arts. Â Read more >SpotlightBiochemistry major Adam Szymaniak previews the pace of medical school, balancing research projects, classes, a hospital internship and more in this issue's Spotlight .Announcements STEM education leader to emcee Torchlight Â Leave Green diverts leftovers from waste stream Â Development office partners with campus entities to raise funds Â 'Golden age' of Broadway musicals to shine on Waterman stage Â GENIUS Olympiad names finalists from 49 countries Â University Police participate in seatbelt patrol Â Police Report Â French movie: "Les Diaboliques" Thursday, April 26 Concert: State Singers Friday, April 27 Global engagement scholars lunch discussion Tyler Art Gallery opening Concert: Conductor's Lab Orchestra Saturday, April 28 Rice Creek Ramble April 28 and 29 Theatre performance: "Much Ado About Nothing" concludes run Sunday, April 29 May Day festival Monday, April 30 Concert: Oswego Jazz Project Tuesday, May 1 Concert: Wind Ensemble Wednesday, May 2 French movie: "Le Jour se Leve" Concert: Jazz ensembles Thursday, May 3 German movie: "In July" Friday, May 4 Last day of classes Performance: An Evening of Rodgers and Hammerstein Classics opens Saturday, May 5 Rice Creek Ramble Art exhibit reception For details, see SUNY Oswego Events .Web Resources
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