Sept. 25, 2013September Photos In this issue's Â photo gallery Â student photographers explore Rice Creek and student illustrators size up the Shineman Center as gala celebrations ramp up for both facilities. Business students learn about the accounting profession, while fitness devotees walk a tightrope. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, email pictures with a brief caption to email@example.com .Text explores classical, modern social thinkersA new textbook from the prolific pen of sociology chair Timothy Delaney aims to challenge college students to apply 500 years' worth of sociological theory to their own attitudes and actions. Read more >College achieves 'military friendly' designationSUNY Oswego has earned a spot on the 2014 Military Friendly Schools list of a veteran-owned media company, as college staff and veteran students continue a multiyear effort to improve life for the campus' military veterans, including a newly unveiled Veterans Lounge. Read more >New accord to draw more Korean studentsThe college moved to continue boosting enrollment from East Asia, signing a first-in-SUNY agreement Sept. 5 that would send selected students from Chung-Ang University in Seoul to Oswego for three years to complete bachelor's degrees. Read more > Landmark Celebrations to greet college's newest buildingsThe college will celebrate its new science facilities next week, starting with a community-wide open house continuing with a Global Lab Symposium with participants from several nations, and ending with two ceremonies one for each new structure. Student research will be a focus of all the celebrations.People in Action In this issue, read about police promotions, student and faculty publications, and an ongoing collaboration in Brazil. Read more >Calendar HighlightsWednesday, Sept. 25 Talks by ORI author Timothy Egan Thursday, Sept. 26 Lecture: "How did 'Rosie the Riveter' Become June Cleaver?"
SUNY Oswego Campus Update : September 25, 2013 SpotlightMeet Kimberly McGann, advancement services director, who loves seeing the outcomes of benefactors' generous gifts to the college in this issue's Spotlight .Announcements Rankings season brings more ways to slice and dice colleges Steinkraus Lecture to address 'responsible science' Rich mix of genres to mark chamber music season 'Fahrenheit 451,' Banned Books Week inspire classes Campus grant deadlines one month away Police Report Â Friday, Sept. 27 Return to Oz IV begins ALANA banquet Saturday, Sept. 28 Steinkraus Lecture on Human Ideals Nature program: Creek Restored Monday, Sept. 30 Shineman and Rice Creek open house Wednesday, Oct. 2 Global Lab Consortium Symposium begins Thursday, Oct. 3 Housing Fair Rice Creek Field Station opening celebration Friday, Oct. 4 College Council meeting Lecture: "Student Activism and Violence Against Women and Girls in India" Shineman Center dedication ceremony Saturday, Oct. 5 Rice Creek Ramble Communication Studies Alumni Dinner Sunday, Oct. 6 Skype concert: Serdce from Belarus Wednesday, Oct. 9 Career and Internship Fair Movie: "Selena" Talk: "Will Miami Drown and What Does It Mean to Me?" Concert: Jazz guitarist Peter Bernstein For details, see SUNY Oswego Events .Resources Research News Artswego Athletics Student Blogs Recent Milestones Faculty Assembly Employment Opportunities Campus Update Archives SUNY Oswego Home PageAction Items Submit news RSS news feeds Subscribe Follow SUNY Oswego