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April 14, 2010 April photos This issue's photo gallery features the springtime search for careers, two spring sports photos, a flowery tribute to deserving older residents, a flowering tree moving from one part of campus to another and the springtime of retirement for a longserving colleague. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, e-mail pictures with a brief caption to Sequencing of construction allows life to go on Organizers detail the five-part plan that will propel Oswego's sciences into the future. An open campus meeting Monday will give an overview of the entire east campus renovation project -which, by the way, will bring a new phone system to campus. Second in a series. Read more > Campus invited to propose ways to save Anticipating another year or two of funding challenges for New York state, more than a hundred members of the Oswego campus community have joined a newly formed Ning network to brainstorm ways to reduce costs, increase revenue and reinvest in the college for a robust future. Read more > College's e-mail, applications going with Google SUNY Oswego converting its e-mail system to Gmail and installing Google Apps for Education should benefit the college Sample Quest sessions address solutions-oriented projects Campus Update highlights four Quest sessions in advance of this year's symposium dedicated to the scholarly and creative activities of faculty and students, including students advancing STEM education in Benin (above, with video), a professor showing how video-game technology can solve crimes three business professors combining the talents of their students to study the relief effort in Haiti and an art student with a metropolitan vision. People in Action In this issue, read about student art exhibitions, faculty publications and


in terms of cost, convenience and collaboration, Chief Technology Officer Joe Moreau said. Read more > Convocation recognizes student achievement Honors Week will culminate in the college-wide Honors Convocation at 3 p.m. Friday, April 23, in the Campus Center arena and convocation hall, where more than 100 students will receive awards for their academic achievements. Read more > Spotlight Samantha Shelton is riding a wave of recognition and a prestigious internship, but she's looking way past all that to making a difference as a magazine writer and editor, in this issue's Spotlight Poll: Quest activities Announcements Chancellor unveils new strategic plan this week Library book sale to celebrate National Library Week Sustainability Fair to feature vendors, vehicles, advice 'She Stoops to Conquer' coming to college stage WRVO chosen to participate in national journalism initiative Bengali musicians to present free concert April 21 Police Report presentations, and a hockey player with national distinction. Read more > Calendar Highlights Wednesday, April 14 Penfield Library book sale College Hour programs Lecture: "Gender and Race in Communication and Social Justice" French film: "L'Auberge Espagnole" ("The Spanish Inn") Speaker on nonviolence Thursday, April 15 Karaoke night Metro Center Third Thursday reception Saturday, April 17 Rice Creek Ramble Monday, April 19 Campus meeting on east campus construction Talk on reality TV Tuesday, April 20 Talk: "Gateways to the Spirit World" Faculty panel discussion: "State of the Environment" Wednesday, April 21 Quest Sustainability Fair: Green Products and Ideas Panel discussion on "Gender Equity" Musical performance by Ganga Friday, April 23 Honors Convocation Tyler Art Gallery opening Concert: Mozart Requiem "She Stoops to Conquer" opens Saturday, April 24 Oswegostock festival Rice Creek Ramble Tuesday, April 27 Festival Chorus Spring Concert Wednesday, April 28 College Hour programs Middle States Association accreditation presentation Community meeting on east campus construction For details, see SUNY Oswego Events


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