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Faculty member leads launch of 'Visualizing Women in Science' project

March 6, 2023

Serenity Sutherland, a SUNY Oswego assistant professor of communication studies, will host a virtual launch this week for a project called “Visualizing Women in Science” at the American Philosophical Society, where she was a key collaborator.


Lake-effect lightning study to support robust student experiences

October 20, 2022

Two SUNY Oswego faculty members are working with 22 students to take part in a federally funded project to study extreme lake-effect phenomena.


SUNY Oswego biological sciences professor's bird migration data support Audubon Society's new interactive digital platform

October 11, 2022

SUNY Oswego biological sciences faculty member Daniel Baldassarre provides migration data for the phainopepla to Audubon Society bird migration tracking tool.


$2M grant will support faculty member’s study of aging brains

September 26, 2022

SUNY Oswego psychology faculty member Sien Hu will study the impacts of aging and related impairments on the human brain, thanks to a five-year grant of more than $2 million total from the National Institutes of Health.


Professor’s projects support Great Lakes ecosystem

September 21, 2022

Biological sciences faculty member Nicholas Sard is engaged in several grant-supported projects related to helping support the Great Lakes ecosystem.


Criminal justice student presents at conference in Portugal

September 14, 2022

Over the summer, SUNY Oswego criminal justice major Gabrielle Roubanian had an outstanding opportunity to present research to an international conference at Lisbon, Portugal.


Archeology field school provides enriching student experiences

September 8, 2022

An archaeology dig is different than digging for treasure, but 11 SUNY Oswego students found great value in participating in the return of the Archaeology Field School over the summer.


Faculty biotech startup providing valuable service, student experiences

September 6, 2022

Kestas Bendinskas, a Distinguished Service Professor of Chemistry, recently opened a startup to meet demand for a distinctive type of testing and to provide students with outstanding paid internship opportunities.


Oswego history faculty members participate in seminar examining SUNY curriculum

September 1, 2022

While historians spend much of their time teaching in the classroom, researching in archives and writing, SUNY Oswego history faculty members Gwen Kay and Bill Murphy recently joined 14 other SUNY scholars in the Adirondacks as part of a federally funded effort to reimagine the U.S. history curriculum at Oswego and across the SUNY system.


Poster presentations on Friday to showcase student, faculty research

September 1, 2022

SUNY Oswego summer scholars and other students will present recent research at the Fall Scholarly and Creative Activities Poster Symposium from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Friday, Sept. 9, in the Sheldon ballroom.