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Student-faculty research team traveling to cover this week's annular eclipse

October 6, 2023

A team of six students and two faculty members are heading this week to New Mexico to conduct research during the weekend's annular eclipse as part of the Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (NEBP).


Meteorology professor earns NSF grant to study Arctic cold-air outbreaks

September 13, 2023

Meteorology professor Yonggang Wang received a $234,022 grant from the National Science Foundation to research cold-air outbreaks in the sub-arctic region.


Physics professor receives $15K grant for lithium-ion battery research

August 17, 2023

Physics professor Mohammad Islam has received another grant from the Syracuse Center of Excellence (CoE) to improve the range of lithium-ion batteries in electric cars.


‘Oswego Chasers’ return from storm-studying mission

June 22, 2023

SUNY Oswego’s storm-chasing team known as the “Oswego Chasers” recently returned from their 2023 trip. Students gained hands-on experience and made valuable connections.


Grant to support conservation, restoration of native fish species

June 19, 2023

SUNY Oswego, Cortland join forces with USGS and others on large-scale Great Lakes native fish conservation and restoration project


Successful internship includes creating local museum exhibition

June 13, 2023

Nerissa Conklin, a May 2023 anthropology graduate at SUNY Oswego, created an exhibit currently on display at the Richardson-Bates House Museum about the university’s archaeological field school during summer 2022.


Friendships can help overcome early trauma, faculty research finds

May 30, 2023

Forming friendships can help mitigate the effects of trauma early in life, according to new research released by a team led by SUNY Oswego biological sciences faculty member Liz Lange. While the study involved baboons, researchers see tangible connections to humans.


Faculty member Matthew McLeskey selected for NEH institute on Rust Belt

May 9, 2023

Matthew H. McLeskey, an assistant professor of criminal justice, was selected for a two-week summer project funded by National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), focusing on the importance of regional storytelling in fostering a sense of place.


Campus grant supports student project studying invasive species

April 24, 2023

Senior zoology major Danielle Marichal will survey the damage done by an invasive species, and track another species introduced to contain them, thanks to a campus grant.


Quest to feature presentations, posters, performances and more

April 10, 2023

Quest –- the university’s annual symposium dedicated to sharing the scholarly and creative pursuits of students, faculty and staff –- will offer a wide variety of presentations, panels, posters and more throughout Wednesday, April 19.