Rosow earns prestigious visiting position in Australia
Stephen Rosow, a SUNY Oswego professor and chair of the political science department, will serve a month as Distinguished Visiting Professor at Australian National University.
Wed May 12, 2010
Grant helps geneticist study fish making comeback
The Great Lakes Fishery Commission has awarded a SUNY Oswego conservation geneticist a $62,822 grant to study small, bottom-dwelling Lake Ontario fish called deepwater sculpin—once thought extinct there.
Wed Mar 17, 2010
Professor's entrepreneur project aims to stem extremism in Pakistan
SUNY Oswego’s Sarfraz Mian sees a future for Pakistan without extremist violence like the two suicide bombings March 12 that killed 45 people on their way to Friday afternoon congregational prayers in Lahore, the city of Mian’s birth.
Wed Nov 12, 2008
Grant advances new engineering program
Dr. Rachid Manseur of SUNY Oswego’s computer science department has received a grant from the Engineering Information Foundation to ensure that the college’s new program in electrical and computer engineering prepares graduates with the communication skills they will need to be successful.
Wed Sep 03, 2008
Professor's study asks: What's wrong with masculinity?
SUNY Oswego’s Andrew Smiler will explore the positive attributes of teenage masculinity under a three-year $54,000 federal grant.
Wed Mar 05, 2008
Study of teen relationships picked up widely in media
Wed Feb 20, 2008
Three grants fund professor's study of 'elusive' fish
Dr. Amy Welsh, an assistant professor of biological sciences at SUNY Oswego, is using genetic analysis to learn more about lake sturgeon in the Great Lakes region in three ongoing research projects funded at more than $200,000.
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