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Quest presentation to evaluate evolution of teaching business professionalism

March 31, 2022

Senior business administration Hayley Weiner will look at how the training and practice of business professionalism has evolved as part of this year’s Quest, which returns in person on Wednesday, April 6.

Community

Video showcases considerable progress on Hewitt Hall renovations

March 29, 2022

As renovations of Hewitt Hall continue, the latest installment in a series of progress updates focuses on how it supports the future of the graphic design program and related disciplines.

Research

Digital assistants, artificial intelligence and the blurred lines of intervention

March 29, 2022

How are Alexa, Siri and artificial intelligence (AI) impacting and intervening in dangerous situations in daily life? That’s an evolving issue that SUNY Oswego communication studies faculty member Jason Zenor continues to explore, including in an award-winning publication.

Arts + culture

Oswego to host virtual SUNYWide Film Festival April 7 to 10

March 29, 2022

Students from all over New York will show off their skills in the upcoming SUNYWide Film Festival, hosted virtually by SUNY Oswego from April 7 to April 10.

Campus

Nobel Prize winner to keynote Quest

March 28, 2022

M. Stanley Whittingham, who received the 2019 Nobel Prize in Chemistry and a SUNY distinguished professor of chemistry and materials science and engineering at Binghamton University, will keynote this year's in-person return of Quest on April 6.

Campus

Counseling Services to host events for suicide prevention and awareness

March 28, 2022

Counseling services to host a suicide awareness exhibit on Apr. 11 and training on Apr. 13 at SUNY Oswego.

Arts + culture

Inaugural Oswego Design Club exhibition running through this week

March 28, 2022

Oswego Design Club is hosting its first spring exhibition through this week in Tyler Hall’s corner gallery –- the first of what they hope will be many opportunities for SUNY Oswego’s students to show off their artistic chops in a student-led show.

Student life

Registration open for Yards for Yeardley event April 27

March 28, 2022

All students, employees, community members and alumni are invited to participate in the 7th annual Yards for Yeardley, walking to remember and to prevent dating and domestic violence.

Research

Faculty member contributes to breakthrough breast cancer study

March 28, 2022

Dr. Isabelle Bichindaritz, an associate professor of biomedical informatics and director of biomedical informatics programs, was part of a team that made a breakthrough that can increase the odds of surviving breast cancer.

Get Yourself Tested event focuses on STIs

March 28, 2022

Get Yourself Tested (GYT), an empowering campaign to encourage people to get tested for sexually transmitted infections (STIs), is returning in person on April 13 from 11 am to 3pm at Health Services in Mary Walker Health Center.