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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.


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.


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.


Taking note: Campus grant supports student study of human impact on bird songs

February 23, 2022

SUNY Oswego junior zoology major Brooke Goodman is analyzing how human noise pollution impacts the repertoire of Northern cardinals with support from a campus grant.


College and Rice Creek group offer grants

February 10, 2022

Scholars, scientists, educators, students and members of the general community are invited to submit proposals for the Rice Creek Associates Small Grants Program by April 11. Approved projects must involve work at SUNY Oswego's Rice Creek Field Station.


Jaclyn Schildkraut named interim director of Rockefeller Institute Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium

February 7, 2022

This week, the Rockefeller Institute of Government announced the appointment of SUNY Oswego Associate Professor Dr. Jaclyn Schildkraut as new interim executive director of the Regional Gun Violence Research Consortium. Schildkraut will lead the consortium and its more than 50 interdisciplinary gun violence researchers across eight states and territories as the nation confronts a renewed surge in gun violence.


SUNY Oswego student researcher seeks public feedback on winter alerts

February 4, 2022

It’s a winter day in Upstate New York and you receive a severe weather alert. What do you do next?


National Science Foundation grant supports professor's electric vehicle research

February 1, 2022

A two-year, $187,599 grant from the National Science Foundation will fund research and student-led projects in the pursuit of discovering a more efficient way to charge electric vehicles.


CSTEP celebrating success, hosting advocacy days this week

January 28, 2022

Today and tomorrow – Feb. 1 and 2 – supporters of CSTEP (Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program) are taking part in advocacy days to request the state to increase investment in this valuable program.


Student wins national award at Sigma Xi research conference

November 23, 2021

Senior physics major Lauren Samson earned the Top Presenter Award at the 2021 Sigma Xi Student Research Conference for a summer research project tackling a pressing environmental concern.