CampusUpdatePUBLISHED BY THE OFFICE OF PUBLIC AFFAIRS FOR THE SUNY OSWEGO COMMUNITYVolume 19 Number 11 Feb. 20, 2008 1Inside: Two for two SUNY Oswego students Corey Lemon and Nora tries for the prestigious PRWeek Student of the Year competition. It was the second year in a row Oswego has placed two students Fish studies Amy Welsh of the biological sciences department prepares ists in the prestigious PRWeek Student of the Year competition came from SUNY Oswego. This year, ist positions among more than 900 entries into the the opportunity to win $5,000 and a paid internship Boukassi. of the competition, said Professor Tina Pieraccini of the communication studies department. They both where students must create a campaign for the Then contestants had to pitch their campaign on the The two students approached the campaign with ture. they are passionate about. gether to make a backdrop for a future West concert. of fun on the side. Christopher Hill their time. Theres not much known about where they go when tions range. Theyre bottom feeders tracking food resources, t her work at Oswego. is its resistance to disease. Inbreeding, which may Julie Harrison Blissert
Vol. 19, No. 11 Feb. 20, 2008 CampusUpdate Dolls cast Henrik Ibsens classic play A Dolls House will open the spring theatre season on email@example.com. Cynthia Adam has announced the recent appointment of John Rossi Officer has been appointed to the Geri Bosco has been appointed to the po and assistant professor of art, is the author of the in troduction to the book F. Luis Mora: Americas First Hispanic Master The biogra Spanish speakers surrounding the Spanish-American artistry. Student loan crunch by the subprime mortgage situation. This has afEdlines, American Association of State increases: those with degrees in marketing, engi The Chronicle of Higher Education, News Presidential pipeline Academe Today, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Doctoral degrees hit record NEA Higher Education Advocate, puses free of charge. contact information and preferred contact medium by
Vol. 19, No. 11 Feb. 20, 2008 CampusUpdate Julie Harrison BlissertCentrifugal experience ter in Snygg Hall. Diagnosing history history department co-authored Celebrating Physi cians Past and Present: The History of Local Medi cal Care, 1806-2006. ies show that when students go through this program, edged as a best practice but because its been disharms, he added.Better response defended. what Basics is about. mation from the Basics program. Oswego started the program with the spring seCelebrating Physicians Past and Present: The History of Local Medical Care, 1806-2006, which com retirement age may not be aware of how much medi cine changed in preceding generations, she added. demonstrates how the physicians meetings were changed to address hot topics. currents that came through Upstate New York are en societys minutes when doctors taking minutes started the minutes become typed, the descriptions become For more information on the book, contact the
Vol. 19, No. 11 Feb. 20, 2008 CampusUpdate chine. This weeks Campus Update Spotlight shines on Mike Howard, a sophomore education major with a social studies concentrate. The Oswego resident is a member of the Laker wrestling team. Q. What made you want to attend SUNY Oswego? ther Jim Howard used to coach the wrestling program here. Whats it like being a third-generation part of the program? A. that my dad and grandfather were coaching, because I where I am without them. wego? Q. You were on Presidents List last semester as well as wrestling. How do you balance your time? Q. What is your impression of other Oswego students? and thats nice. lege yet? A. I hope to go into teaching. I want to coach wres their written testimony on the day of the hearing. the day of the hearing. room. The performance is part of SUNY Oswegos www.oswego.edu/ke-nekt. with the actors make its characters and message from womans rights in marriage. Often referred to as the father of modern drama, transported back in time, but its Ibsens words spoNature hikes are among this admission-free program. dawn to dusk.