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Student takes second in state business competition with concept to help others with impaired vision

May 1, 2024

Erin Czadzeck, a student in SUNY Oswego’s master of business administration (MBA) program, recently earned second place in the software and services category of the New York State Business Plan Competition for Insight, an app that would help fellow blind and visually impaired people pick out clothes independently and create outfits every morning.

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SUNY Oswego plans activities connected to April 8 eclipse

March 29, 2024

With the once-in-a-lifetime experience of being in the path of totality for a total solar eclipse on April 8, SUNY Oswego will host student research, viewing opportunities, planetarium shows, children’s activities, lectures from experts and more on its lakeside campus.

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Two informative panels among highlights for Engineering Week

March 25, 2024

A pair of informative panel presentations, spotlighting many alumni in the field, are among the highlights of SUNY Oswego’s Engineering Week events, April 1 to 5.

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Planetarium's eclipse shows support student experiences

March 25, 2024

The once-in-a-lifetime solar eclipse over Central New York on April 8 offers the students working with the SUNY Oswego planetarium an opportunity to develop programs on this interesting phenomena.

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Professor earns patent on ionic propulsion technology breakthrough

March 21, 2024

A propulsion technology breakthrough has resulted in a new patent for SUNY Oswego’s electrical and computer engineering professor Adrian Ieta’s ionic wind research.

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Faculty member offers 3 tips for photographing the eclipse

March 21, 2024

Photographing a solar eclipse can be a thrilling experience, but it requires careful planning and the right equipment. SUNY Oswego visiting assistant professor of art Peter Cardone offers some tips and tricks to help you capture stunning images.

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Video: Eclipse 101 with faculty expert Shashi Kanbur

March 18, 2024

Distinguished Professor of Physics Shashi Kanbur answered a few quick questions on what the total solar eclipse on April 8 is, how rare the opportunity is and a key safety recommendation.

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SUNY Oswego to host STEM Community Day on Saturday, April 6

March 4, 2024

A visit by the Doppler on Wheels high-tech mobile radar vehicle, a preview of eclipse-related research, hands-on family activities and more are planned for SUNY Oswego’s STEM Community Day, from 2 to 5 p.m. on Saturday, April 6.

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Professor’s new book ‘Data Grab’ extends look at invasion of ‘big data’

March 4, 2024

SUNY Oswego communication studies professor Ulises Mejias and co-author Nick Couldry of the London School of Economics and Political Science have a new book out on an ever-timely topic, “Data Grab: The New Colonialism of Big Data and How to Fight Back.”

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Professor presents on significant geological discovery

March 1, 2024

A geology professor from SUNY Oswego recently presented a major discovery that redefined the geological and tectonic history within New York State and the eastern U.S.