“When Warrior Women Become Heroines: The Rani of Jhansi Regiment in World War II,” discussion by Geraldine Forbes, SUNY Oswego’s Distinguished Teaching Professor of history, with respondent Faith Maina of SUNY Oswego’s School of Education. Part of SUNY Oswego’s Institute for Global Engagement discussion series themed “War in a Global and Historical Perspective.” Free; Parking for those without a campus parking sticker is $1 — see oswego.edu/administration/parking. 312-3094.
SUNY Oswego Civic Engagement and the Office of Business and Community Relations would like to thank all of the people who have participated in our Random Act of Kindness campaign so far. It has been a great joy to see all of the nice things people are doing for one another on our campus this semester. We will continue to announce winners throughout the semester so keep an eye out, the next one could be you!
On Tuesday, April 9th, Greg Horowitt will be coming to SUNY Oswego to discuss the process of helping communities grow in the context of his book, The Rainforest: How to Build the Next Silicon Valley. Horowitt’s book examines the dynamics and drivers of innovation ecosystems and draws from his hands-on experiences in intellectual frameworks. He has developed these ideas on his world travels to more than a dozen countries.
The event will be in SUNY Oswego’s Sheldon Ballroom from 7:00 pm – 9:00pm. We encourage those who wish to attend to register before hand at http://www.Oswego.edu/obcr/events.
Sandra was the kindness bandit recognized for lending Jessenia everything she needed for the campus recreation ski trip. “Thanks to her I had a warm and dry trip!” said Jessenia.
Jessenia is being recognized for being kind enough to recognize Sandra’s kindness.
Do you want to win a prize too? Go.Do.Good. and have the receiver drop your Random Act of Kindness card at either Compass or OBCR’s (103 Rich Hall) drop box. We will draw a card every Friday this semester to recognize a RAK bandit and receiver to promote kindness, collaboration and trust in the spirit of our new Community Incubator. Don’t forget to write in your full name so we can find you!
Lost your card? Go to a residence hall front desk or either drop box to get another card and pay it forward!
We’re currently sitting at breakfast with Emily Pilloton, indulging in more than just the great food. We’re sharing ideas and understanding the trials and tribulations of building community. We’ll soon be heading to the second part of Emily’s talk introducing our panelists and opening up the floor to those in attendance. More to come.