Geese migration, weather changes engage student scientists
Two SUNY Oswego students and a biological sciences faculty member are studying whether changing weather patterns affect the migratory paths and ecological relationships of Canada geese from northern Quebec. They will share findings April 9 during the college’s annual Quest day.
Thu Jun 21, 2012
New book explores cougars' return to Midwest habitats
Dr. John Laundre, an adjunct member of SUNY Oswego’s biological sciences faculty, documents the return of cougars to the Midwest in a new book that looks at their past and sees potential for an Eastern return for these large predators.
Thu Jun 07, 2012
Botanist to talk, lead walk on invasive plants at Rice Creek
Andrew Nelson, former director of SUNY Oswego’s Rice Creek Field Station, will deliver a talk on invasive plant species and lead a walk to view some of them, starting at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, June 28, at the college’s Fallbrook Lodge.
Wed Apr 13, 2011
SUNY Chancellorâ€™s Award supports Oswego's sustainability course to Ecuador
SUNY Oswego’s first recipient of the State University Chancellor’s Award for Internationalization will use the $4,000 prize to support the first offering of a course on sustainability in Ecuador.
Thu Oct 14, 2010
Grant helps researchers carry on search for elusive bog turtle
Two SUNY Oswego biologists will use a new $138,000 federal grant to extend their 23-year research of the rare bog turtle and its habitat to Cayuga and Wayne counties.
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