Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Judging Free Speech

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Judging Free Speech

Political science faculty member Helen J. Knowles co-edited and helped write Judging Free Speech (Palgrave MacMillan, 2015), a 300-page book exploring the First Amendment opinions of nine key justices over the course of a century of Supreme Court decisions. The book, co-edited by Steven B. Lichtman of Shippensburg University in Pennsylvania, traces important developments in

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Home Economics Re-Envisioned

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Home Economics Re-Envisioned

The field once known as home economics is alive, well and informing many other branches of knowledge, according to a new book co-edited by history professor and Honors Program Director Gwen Kay and Sharon Y. Nickols, dean and professor emerita at the University of Georgia. Remaking Home Economics: Resourcefulness and Innovation in Changing Times (University

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Body Punishment

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Body Punishment

Maggie Lamond Simone, freelance writer and adjunct instructor in communication studies, has published a memoir titled Body Punishment: OCD, Addiction and Finding the Courage to Heal (Central Recovery Press, 2015). Taking seven years to write and three weeks to sell, the book exposes decades of Simone’s self-abuse, suicidal thoughts, misdiagnoses and self-loathing, and has drawn

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Low Down on Jazz Bass

Snapshots: Research and Creative Work – Low Down on Jazz Bass

When Danny Ziemann, who teaches bass in Oswego’s music department, could not find a book or other resources to supplement his lessons, he wrote one with the encouragement of his students. The resulting work, The Low Down: A Guide to Creating Supportive Jazz Bass Lines (Institute for Creative Music, 2015), also features 50 audio files

Students Make Great Advances Through Summer Scholar Research Projects

Students Make Great Advances Through Summer Scholar Research Projects

Noah Seabrook ’17 (right), pre-med biology major and honors student, discusses his research project poster about cardiac glycosides with chemistry professor Casey Raymond on Sept. 4 at the Summer 2015 Scholarly and Creative Activities Symposium in Sheldon Hall Ballroom. Among the programs represented were faculty-student Challenge Grants, student-faculty Scholarly and Creative Activity Grants, Global Laboratory

SUNY Grants Support Development of Academic Programs to Meet Workforce Demands

SUNY Grants Support Development of Academic Programs to Meet Workforce Demands

The college has earned three SUNY High Needs grants totaling $197,000 to expand programs in human development, health services administration, and biomedical and health informatics. The SUNY-wide Office of Academic Affairs and the Provost approved proposals for: Expansion and extension of the undergraduate human development program “to meet the need for community and social service

Kristen Eichhorn Named Faculty Fellow

Kristen Eichhorn Named Faculty Fellow

President Deborah F. Stanley has named Kristen Campbell Eichhorn, professor of communication studies, as SUNY Oswego’s latest Faculty Fellow in the President’s Office. Eichhorn is the fifth faculty member to serve in this capacity. She will learn about the projects and objectives of the offices of the president and vice presidents and serve as a

Emergency Fund Established for Students in Critical Need

Emergency Fund Established for Students in Critical Need

Paul Fullum ’72 of Auburn, Ala., knows that sometimes, a little help can go a long way. Following the death of his wife, Linda Searby Fullum ’72, in 2008, he decided to help others in emergency situations by working with the Salvation Army and the Domestic Violence Intervention Center in eastern Alabama. There are times

SUNY Oswego’s First Start-Up NY Partnership Forged

SUNY Oswego’s First Start-Up NY Partnership Forged

SUNY Oswego has partnered with Designer Hardwood Flooring CNY of East Seneca Street in Oswego in a Start-Up NY project—the college’s first—that holds promise for 19 new jobs. The company will employ local hires as well as talented SUNY Oswego interns and cooperative-education students to participate in engineering, design and manufacture of panelized flooring that