Tags:  Quest

Fri Apr 01, 2016
Student club's investment research helps boost value of alumni gifts

SUNY Oswego senior finance major Kevin Stein will present a project of the School of Business’ Student Investment Club at Quest on Wednesday, April 13, detailing a strategy advocated by legendary investor Warren Buffett that has helped significantly boost the value of alumni gifts totaling $150,000 to date.

Fri Apr 01, 2016
Student using data to find causes for psychiatric readmissions

A SUNY Oswego graduate student will present at the college’s Quest symposium on April 13 his data analysis project to assist SUNY Upstate Medical University in determining how to support patients who often seek costly hospital psychiatric readmissions.

Fri Apr 01, 2016
Quest presenter's camera captures close-up look at today's Cuba

During a historic era in Cuba-U.S. relations, SUNY Oswego student photographer Samantha Kaye traveled to the island nation in January, enjoying extraordinary access facilitated by her teacher’s guide to capture neighborhood images of contemporary Cuban culture.

Wed Mar 23, 2016
Quest 2016 to showcase scholarly, creative work

SUNY Oswego’s annual Quest symposium Wednesday, April 13, will promote scholarship and creativity across campus and across disciplines, from accounting to zoology, from music to math, from ocean depths to outer space.

Thu Apr 02, 2015
Quest 2015 to showcase student, faculty scholarship and creativity

SUNY Oswego’s Quest 2015 will celebrate student and faculty scholarship and creativity on Wednesday, April 15 with scores of research presentations and exhibitions from across campus.

Fri Mar 28, 2014
Student's paintings to display city calendar-style

David Owens, a SUNY Oswego junior fine arts major, will present his work-in-progress, “Twelve in Oswego: An Artistic Interpretation of Time and Place,” on April 9 at the college’s Quest symposium.

Thu Mar 27, 2014
Student team probes bitcoins with an eye on manias of past

Bitcoins, a digital currency with a brief but volatile history as an investment, have come under the scrutiny of five SUNY Oswego undergraduates in an upper-level finance class who will make a Quest presentation on the topic April 9.

Thu Mar 27, 2014
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 Feb 27, 2014
Best-selling author of young-adult books to keynote Quest

SUNY Oswego’s Quest has chosen Bruce Coville, alumnus and famed author of books for children and young adults, as keynote speaker for the daylong celebration of scholarly and creative pursuits in April.

Fri Apr 05, 2013
Quest to air findings on Fallbrook dam removal's impacts

A SUNY Oswego geology student will give his research team’s presentation April 17 at Quest on the Fallbrook Recreation Center dam removal project and its effect on groundwater and fish.

Thu Apr 04, 2013
Oswego student to present roller-coaster research at Quest

Little did SUNY Oswego senior Katharyn Christiana know it at the time, but her family’s frequent trips to Disney World when she was a child would set her on a roller-coaster path to a college major and research subject she will present at the Quest on April 17.

Tue Apr 02, 2013
Sustainability Fair to feature 'Before the Lights Go Out' author

Maggie Koerth-Baker, science editor of popular group blog Boing Boing and author of “Before the Lights Go Out,” will headline SUNY Oswego’s 2013 Sustainability Fair on Wednesday, April 17.

Mon Apr 01, 2013
Original 'inspirational' songs mark student Quest session

Mix two original musical compositions, an orchestra, a big band, a rapper, additional vocalists, a campus grant, a crowd-sourced Kickstarter campaign and an ongoing learning project. The result is an ambitious Quest presentation by SUNY Oswego senior music major Tony Iannone.

Thu Mar 28, 2013
County's high schools invited to local GENIUS environmental competition

SUNY Oswego has launched an Oswego County branch of the college’s global GENIUS Olympiad competition for high school student projects aimed at highlighting or solving environmental issues.

Thu Mar 28, 2013
Quest keynote to examine social media role in mass uprisings

Dr. Ashraf Attia, professor in the SUNY Oswego School of Business, will use his recent research and experiences in Egypt to present a keynote talk about the Arab Spring at the college’s annual Quest symposium on Wednesday, April 17.

Fri Mar 22, 2013
'Clean Slate' exhibition aims to empower survivors of sexual abuse

The SUNY Oswego Metro Center in Syracuse will showcase student artwork starting Wednesday, April 4, as part of the six-college “Clean Slate Diaries” project, which raises awareness about survivors of sexual abuse and domestic violence.

Fri Apr 06, 2012
SUNY Oswego team uses Xbox Kinect to research emotion

SUNY Oswego graduate students Randy Belcher and Dan Cutler will demonstrate their emotion-measuring research using Kinect—part of Microsoft’s Xbox 360 gaming system—at the college’s Quest symposium Wednesday, April 18.

Thu Apr 05, 2012
Student wind-power researcher to make case for offshore potential at Quest

At Quest on Wednesday, April 18, Brittany Gibbons will display and talk about the computer-generated maps she has spent the academic year developing for offshore wind power—not for Lake Ontario off Oswego, but for the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod to New Jersey.

Wed Mar 28, 2012
Quest keynote to focus on good, bad in presidential primary system

A SUNY Oswego expert in presidential politics, Dr. Bruce Altschuler, will give the keynote address April 18 at Quest, the college’s day to celebrate student, faculty and staff research and creativity

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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