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Collaboration with IBM, Oswego alumnus provides student opportunities

June 9, 2021

For SUNY Oswego software engineering students, an ongoing collaboration with IBM and a successful alumnus has provided valuable experience within the professional realm of their prospective careers.

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New BFA in interaction design to prepare students in intersecting media

March 5, 2021

SUNY Oswego’s new bachelor of fine arts in interaction design brings together art, technology, design and communication to provide a distinctive major that prepares graduates to excel in a world of intersecting media.

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Winning Launch It idea will support severe weather awareness

February 26, 2021

SUNY Oswego senior meteorology major Daniel Maslowski won this year’s Launch It student entrepreneurship competition with an idea to save lives and resources.

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Oswego researchers studying how to better detect COVID mutations

February 23, 2021

A SUNY grant supports Oswego faculty and students studying how to more accurately detect COVID-19 and mutating strains of the virus. Moreover, they will use what they learn to inform and train researchers across SUNY and elsewhere.

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CSTEP has successful relaunch, names new director

December 7, 2020

The Collegiate Science and Technology Entry Program (CSTEP) had a successful return to campus, recruiting around 110 students to this program, which helps underrepresented and/or economically disadvantaged students thrive in STEM or professional licensure fields, and naming Christina Vasquez its new director.

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Geology class builds futures while probing past

November 30, 2020

Dave Valentino’s “Physical Geology” course is intended to provide a foundation for future geologists. This semester’s course has probed the past around campus while making the present more meaningful for students.

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Oswego senior, recent graduate earn first prize at hackathon

November 23, 2020

Recent SUNY Oswego graduate Tonia Sanzo and senior Wyatt Matt earned the top prize at DandyHacks 2020 tournament in late October.

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Rice Creek offering live online Exploring Nature, research programs

July 14, 2020

Rice Creek Field Station staff and associates are finding creative ways to connect with the public this summer, including a weekly online Exploring Nature Live and programs on the station's research.

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Technology education class produces video tips for working, learning remotely

April 30, 2020

When classes shifted to remote delivery in March, technology education faculty member Mark Springston saw an opportunity for his “Communication/Multimedia Systems” class to do hands-on team learning while creating a video series helping people adjust to their new environments.

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Student team wins hackathon prize with inclusive app

April 20, 2020

A SUNY Oswego student team of Alexis Indick, Anisha KC, Bharati Mahajan and Tonia Sanzo won Best User Interface at the WiCHacks competition earlier this year for their app “TRANSition,” which promotes inclusion and connectedness for the LGBTQ+ community.