Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP)

Research Centers

There are a number of research centers on the SUNY Oswego campus to support collaboration between faculty and as major instrumentation facilities.

These centers are listed below:

  • The SUNY Oswego Institute for Global Engagement will encourage the development of international research and scholarship, act as a resource for the development of global, international, and intercultural knowledge and skills, and encourage the enhancement of our internationalized campus and engagement in the world.

  • The Environmental Research Center is affiliated with the Department of Chemistry and specializes in the analysis of pollutants in our environment.

  • The Center for Energy Education & Economic Solutions is a collaboration between SUNY Oswego, the Institute for Applied Geospatial Technology, Cayuga Community College, Morrisville State College and the Auburn - Cayuga Development Corporation to develop new educational approaches and economic solutions for energy and economic development in central New York.

  • The Molecular Biology and Biochemistry Center is a teaching and research facility that consists of several laboratories and offices in Snygg Hall, including the mass spectrometry and proteomics center funded by the National Science Foundation in 2004.

  • The Mass Spectrometry and Proteomics Center at SUNY-Oswego is a resource for students and faculty to analyze a wide variety of samples using 2 dimensional electrophoresis and Matrix Assisted Laser Desorption Ionization - Time of Flight Mass Spectrometry (MALDI-TOF MS).

  • The Center for Accounting Research and Education (CARE) supports faculty research, diversity initiatives, continuing professional education, student education, and community outreach as well as social responsibility and ethical training in accounting.

  • The Lake-Effect Storm Prediction and Research Center (LESPaRC) at SUNY Oswego forecasts hazardous winter weather for several clients across Central New York and conducts research regarding lake-effect storms to improve our understanding and accuracy at predicting these events.