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Virtual Quest 2021 to tackle timely, topical themes

March 30, 2021

Quest, the college’s annual celebration of scholarly and creative pursuits of the campus community, will return for 2021 on Wednesday, April 14, as a real-time virtual event filled with timely, topical and thoughtful presentations across many academic disciplines.


Oswego faculty member co-launches criminology journal

January 13, 2021

When SUNY Oswego faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut and colleague Sarah Daly of Saint Vincent College saw existing publications not providing enough articles on an important topic, they decided to start their own journal


SUNY Oswego faculty member’s new book looks at legal issues in emerging media

November 12, 2020

Communication studies faculty member Jason Zenor’s new book takes a different approach to media law -- focusing forward instead of back.


Bootcamp allows Oswego researchers to focus on fighting COVID-19

October 6, 2020

SUNY Oswego students, faculty and recent alumni were part of a research team that spans many institutions and disciplines to research the COVID-19 pandemic resulting from the SARS-CoV-2 virus.


CSTEP to provide strong support to underrepresented students in STEM, professional fields

September 21, 2020

SUNY Oswego recently secured a five-year grant from the New York State Department of Education to support the Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP), which offers a range of strong support for underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged students entering STEM or professional licensure fields.


Faculty member’s new books tackle timely, timeless topics

September 8, 2020

SUNY Oswego political science faculty member Helen Knowles’ two new books span the timely and timeless: one addresses hot topics like removing Confederate statues, the other a historic treasure of a building in the Pacific Northwest.


‘Choose your own adventure’ for class leads to creative research projects

June 17, 2020

The shift from face-to-face to virtual learning in the spring semester often forced faculty members to adapt and get creative with their students’ big projects.


Oswego physics faculty member receives Syracuse CoE support for sodium ion battery research

May 14, 2020

SUNY Oswego physics faculty member Mohammad Islam was named a Syracuse CoE (Center of Excellence) Faculty Fellow, an honor that will support his work on developing sodium battery potential.


Sungeun Kim wins Provost’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity

May 6, 2020

Dedication to researching complicated neurological disorders and an impressive publication record have earned Sungeun Kim of the electrical and computer engineering faculty the Provost’s Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.


Julia Koeppe receives Provost’s Award for Mentoring in Scholarly and Creative Activities

May 5, 2020

Dedication to the success of student researchers has earned Julia Koeppe of the chemistry faculty this year’s Provost’s Award for Mentoring in Scholarly and Creative Activities.