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Scientists, including SUNY Oswego researcher, use exotic stars to tune into hum of cosmic symphony

June 27, 2023

Astrophysicists using large radio telescopes to observe a collection of cosmic clocks in the Milky Way Galaxy –- including SUNY Oswego faculty member and planetarium director Natalie Lewandowska –- have found evidence for gravitational waves that oscillate with periods of years to decades, according to a set of papers published June 28 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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Student entrepreneurs’ assistive gaming technology places second in state business competition

May 15, 2023

SUNY Oswego students Paul Wehr and Harshit Gupta recently won second prize at the New York State Business Competition with their startup GameOn, which creates modifications for gaming controllers to make them more accessible for those with motor function disabilities.

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‘ChatGPT for Business’ course to offer pioneering look into AI business applications

May 8, 2023

SUNY Oswego students will have the opportunity to learn more about an emerging artificial intelligence (AI) tool, starting with the pioneering Summer Session course MBA 590: “ChatGPT for Business.”

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Rice Creek to host Feathered Friends Festival on May 6

April 25, 2023

Join Rice Creek Field Station for a Feathered Friend Festival on Saturday, May 6, for a day packed with all things birds -- from fun avian activities to up-close encounters with real birds.

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RCA Reflections to host 'A Life with Butterflies' on May 13

April 13, 2023

The next installment of Rice Creek Associates (RCA) Reflections will feature Mike Holy discussing "A Life with Butterflies" at 2 p.m. Saturday, May 13, at Rice Creek Field Station.

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Zoology major’s project works toward safer flightpaths for birds

March 31, 2023

Senior zoology student Brooke Goodman is working toward saving the lives of birds on the SUNY Oswego campus by adding window stickers to buildings around campus to divert feathered friends from them.

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Physics professor publishes third book with former students

March 28, 2023

Physics professor Carolina Ilie continued a winning collaboration in working with former students to publish “Classical Mechanics: Problems and Solutions” – a textbook to help faculty members and students studying this field of physics.

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SUNY Oswego herbarium providing research benefits, training students through NSF grant

February 23, 2023

The SUNY Oswego herbarium will preserve and provide access to natural history while giving 20 students paid research experience, thanks to a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF).

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SUNY Oswego offers programs celebrating Engineering Week

February 16, 2023

In conjunction with National Engineers Week and upon launching a year-long celebration of the SUNY Oswego’s Electrical and Computer Engineering (ECE) program and department’s 10-year anniversary, the university will offer a variety of events for its inaugural Engineering Week: The future flows through Oswego, Feb. 20 to 24.

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Upcoming eclipse to provide outstanding student research opportunities

February 3, 2023

The annular solar eclipse coming up in October offers a shining opportunity for SUNY Oswego students to do research in a program sponsored by NASA and the National Science Foundation.