July 17, 2013July Photos In this issue's photo gallery there's a nautical theme: touring a Great Lakes research vessel, Cruisin' the Campus at orientation, building a boat at the maritime museum and even, ahem, preparing for the launch of a flagship building for the sciences. If you would like to submit photos of timely activities for future issues, email pictures with a brief caption to email@example.com .New book takes critical look at digital networksCommunication studies faculty member Ulises Mejias' first book critiques a networked world that treats personal information as a commodity, perpetuates inequalities and has sown the seeds for spying and misuse of data. Read more >Bard's kings, knaves still strut public stageClassic literature informs contemporary politics in a new book coedited by Bruce Altschuler, "Shakespeare and Politics: What a Sixteenth-Century Playwright Can Tell Us About Twenty-FirstCentury Politics." Read more >Faculty survey underlines Oswego's strengthsResults of a SUNY-wide survey of full-time faculty show that Oswego stands out from other campuses for its strengths in interdisciplinary collaboration and faculty mentoring. Read more > New MBA meets growing needs in health services administrationThe college will offer a new MBA degree program in health services administration this fall, preparing professionals with management skills necessary for a variety of careers in a fast-growing and complex industry. Read more >People in Action In this issue, read about faculty teaching, speaking and performing near and far, from Central New York to New Zealand and Russia; students winning honors and exhibiting creative work; and a visiting scholar from Pakistan. Read more >Calendar HighlightsOngoing Art exhibition: "It's Only Natural"
SUNY Oswego Campus Update : J 1 2013 Spotlight Meet Teresa Casanova of Institutional Research and Assessment, who stitches together a numbers-rich career and a quilting hobby in this issue's Spotlight .Announcements Metro Center plans open house July 23 Student HR organization wins honorable mention Police Report Â July 17 and 18 Workshop: "Postcolonial Theory and Texts" Friday, July 19 Admissions Summer Open House Monday, July 22 Sheldon Institute begins Workshop: "Indian Women in the Media" Thursday, July 25 Red Cross blood drive Monday, July 29 Fourth Summer Session begins Youth fitness camp begins Friday, Aug. 23 Welcoming Torchlight Ceremony Monday, Aug. 26 Fall classes begin 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