SUNY Oswego researchers share new grant to monitor fish for pollutants
Under a $1.5 million share of an Environmental Protection Agency grant, SUNY Oswego and its Environmental Research Center will continue in a research partnership that has documented marked declines in older chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.
Wed Jul 29, 2015
College's new minor in nutrition keys on healthier eating, living
SUNY Oswego’s health promotion and wellness department recently began offering nutrition as a minor, opening opportunities for students to focus on a booming field that tries to combat national issues with what people eat and why.
Wed Nov 06, 2013
Grant boosting locally grown produce bountiful for students, farmers
SUNY Oswego’s decade-old, farm-to-campus food program has put it in the company of three other campuses that will work toward promoting locally grown vegetables and the sustainability of healthy, local foods at all SUNY institutions.
Sun Apr 28, 2013
Graduate student studies robots to change health care
When Dan Young pushes a button on top of the robot’s head, “Thriller” starts to play and the robot starts to dance. Young is a graduate student in SUNY Oswego’s human-computer interaction program . . . Read more.
Thu Sep 29, 2011
Graduate certificate programs to help meet demand for digitized health records
Two new SUNY Oswego graduate certificate programs in health information will help address a pressing need, fueled by federal mandates and incentives, for trained workers to make medical records available electronically across the spectrum of health care providers.
Wed Apr 06, 2011
Student researcher helps study plants that could aid diabetics
A SUNY Oswego student researcher will make a presentation at Quest on Wednesday, April 13, about how he has advanced chemistry faculty member Webe Kadima’s years-long study in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) on plants that help diabetic patients.
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