Events

Thursday, March 28

Exhibits fallback

Wendy Stein studied English and religion at Trinity College, Hartford, CT, and earned an M.A. in Communications from Newhouse at Syracuse University. She...

Exhibits fallback

SUNY Oswego’s highly accomplished art faculty reveal their recent creations coupled with ceramics and two-dimensional works by longtime Oswego professor of...

Workshop and seminar fallback

UUP is hosting a pre-retirement seminar for UUP members. Walter Apple, UUP retirement coordinator, will make the presentation that will help attendees in...

Open House, walking tour

The University of Rochester's Warner School of Education has master’s degree programs in teaching, counseling (both mental health and school), human...

Glimmerglass lagoon in summer

Annual event hosted by Habitat for Humanity to teach students and the community about world hunger. This program focuses on global poverty and hunger. A meal...

Workshop and seminar fallback

AAUW (American Association of University Women) leads the charge to close the gender pay gap with a multipronged approach to a complex problem. Both AAUW...

Hitchhiker's Guide to the Gay: A Quick Overview of LGBT+ Identities

This program from the newly started Queer and Trans Outreach Center aims to give a general overview and history of LGBTQ+ identifies, themes and terms. The...

I Am Oz Speaker: Dr. Joseph Ewoodzie, "Getting Something to eat In Jackson and other stories of our Social World"

Ewoodzie is an assistant professor of sociology at Davidson College in North Carolina. His talk will includes topics such as food choice and availability in...

Thursday, March 28