Campus Update February 17, 2010

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If you have trouble reading this e-mail, please view the online version February 17, 2010 February photos This issue's photo gallery features athletics, arts, science and a little bit of clowning around. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, e-mail pictures with a brief caption to Radio series on immigration receives funding Jessica Hester wants to shed light where, too often, there is misunderstanding and mistrust: immigration. The New York Council for the Humanities recently lent a helping hand. Read more > New book probes evolution of women's images Tina Pieraccini studies how the roles of women on TV evolved from subservient homemakers to "Desperate Housewives" in her book Pink Television. Read more > Computer science professor fights net intruders for Air Force The U.S. Air Force has banked about $200,000 on professor James Early over three years to determine how to close next-generation Internet security holes even before they open. Read more > What is the next-generation Internet? Read more > People in Action In this issue, read about new honors for students and faculty at the international, national, local and campus levels. Read more >


Spotlight Melissa Klefbeck juggles many tasks for CPS. Her favorite: working with graduate students in that busy office. Learn more about Klefbeck in this week's Spotlight Poll: How far will Laker hockey go? Announcements Ice Effects to glide into national championships Summer institute to energize education Researchers invited to apply for Rice Creek grants Forum set for Friday on SUNY-wide planning initiative Police Report Calendar Highlights Wednesday, Feb. 17 College Hour programs French film: "La Haine" ("Hate") Speaker: Sports journalist William C. Rhoden Saturday, Feb. 20 Rice Creek Ramble Wednesday, Feb. 24 College Hour programs Friday, Feb. 26 "Songs for a New World" opens Saturday, Feb. 27 Black Student Union dinner Tuesday, March 2 Poetry reading by American poet Li-Young Lee Wednesday, March 3 College Hour programs For details, see SUNY Oswego Events Web Resources Research News Artswego Athletics Student Blogs Recent Milestones Faculty Assembly Employment Opportunities SUNY Oswego Home Page Action Items Submit news RSS news feeds Follow SUNY Oswego