Campus Update September 15, 2010

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Sept. 15, 2010 Fall Photos School spirit let's hear it! In this issue's photo gallery Green and Gold Day heralds fall's other colors, as students new and old make their presence felt at a welcome on the quad and another downtown, at involvement fairs and on sports fields. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, e-mail pictures with a brief caption to Easier navigation highlights Web redesign When pages with a more streamlined design begin appearing this month on parts of, it will represent the next step toward a more engaging college website. Read more > Walk seeks to unite campus, community The multicultural coalition ALANA on Sunday, Sept. 19, will sponsor a Peace Walk for the first time, kicking off its 24th annual Student Leadership Conference. Read more > Olympiad to draw young researchers, artists Fehmi Damkaci aims to bring high school "Geniuses" from around the globe to campus for five days next summer to show what young brainpower can accomplish on environmental issues. Read more > Carbon-rich rocks hold clues to mass extinction The burrows of ancient, squishy animals, preserved in what now is black shale in Upstate New York, may tell Oswego paleontologist Diana Boyer and her students part of a story of marine life extinction more than 300 million years ago. Read more > People in Action In this issue, read about a newly certified fellow, a "gem" of a game at a state championship tournament, a biology paper and a volume of poetry and listen to a sestina and a terzanelle. Read more >


Rice Creek Field Station due for renovations The college's biological field station at Rice Creek will undergo a $1.75 million to $2 million redevelopment as part of the rebirth of Oswego's science facilities. Read more > Spotlight Alicia Grant grew up in urban schools, had a taste of teaching in one and now aims to serve as a positive force for city children in this issue's Spotlight Announcements Celebrations for capital projects slated Friday Graphic designer, novelist Kidd speaks today Week of events celebrates 'blessings of liberty' Graduating seniors face deadlines Proposals due soon for Hart conference 'Musical feast' of Latin styles to flavor show Painter chronicling BP oil spill to meet, greet Police Report Calendar Highlights Wednesday, Sept. 15 Talks by Oswego Reading Initiative author Rock the Constitution Human Services and Volunteer Career Fair More College Hour events Friday, Sept. 17 College Council meeting Student research on display Groundbreaking for sciences, mathematics and engineering facilities Dedication of the Village Saturday, Sept. 18 Rice Creek Ramble Sunday, Sept. 19 ALANA Peace Walk Talk by Canadian MP Monday, Sept. 20 General faculty meeting Women in STEM grant reception ALANA speaker Oveous Maximus Tuesday, Sept. 21 Study Abroad Fair Wednesday, Sept. 22 Internship orientation workshop More College Hour events Friday, Sept. 24 ALANA fashion show Saturday, Sept. 25 Rice Creek Ramble ALANA dinner Concert: "Sabor y Memoria (Flavor and Memory)" Monday, Sept. 27 Talk by poet Teri Youmans Grimm Tuesday, Sept. 28 "Connections" Women's Symposium Service Awards Recognition Luncheon Wednesday, Sept. 29 More College Hour events For details, see SUNY Oswego Events


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