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.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Oswego researcher wins NSF grant to probe mass-extinction puzzle
SUNY Oswego earth sciences faculty member and paleontologist Diana Boyer has received a three-year, $52,000 National Science Foundation grant to advance understanding of a mass extinction whose evidence lies in ancient layers of black shale in Western New York and Eastern Ohio.
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 Mar 31, 2011
Students to use new grant for astrophysics research in Taiwan
The National Science Foundation has awarded SUNY Oswego Faculty Fellow Shashi Kanbur a $138,545 grant to provide students interested in astrophysics opportunities to do research at a Global Laboratory partner in Taiwan.
Wed Sep 01, 2010
Students, faculty to chase lake-effect snowstorms for data
An $86,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will provide SUNY Oswego meteorology faculty member Scott Steiger and his students the tools to chase the most intense snowstorms to collect first-of-its-kind data.
Thu Apr 16, 2009
Students, faculty funded to collaborate on six projects
Six SUNY Oswego student-faculty teams, most of them interdisciplinary, have won campus Collaborative Challenge Grants for their scholarly and creative projects to be completed in the coming weeks and months.
Wed Apr 30, 2008
Five faculty-student research teams earn Challenge Grants
Wed Apr 30, 2008
NSF grant advances student research in Brazil
Under a $132,346 grant from the National Science Foundation’s program for developing global scientists, Dr. Shashi Kanbur of SUNY Oswego’s physics department will take a group of upstate physics and computer science students to Brazil this summer.
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