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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.

Wed Apr 10, 2013
New lake-effect study to fly into heart of storms

SUNY Oswego meteorology faculty member Scott Steiger and students next winter will study lake-effect snow up close and personal thanks to $320,000 from the National Science Foundation and an armada of instrument-loaded vehicles, including an airplane to fly into the heart of the storms.

Fri Apr 29, 2011
Federal grant to provide $600K for science scholarships

The National Science Foundation has awarded SUNY Oswego nearly $600,000 over five years to provide scholarships to recruit and retain talented students who otherwise could not afford to pursue degrees in science and technology fields.

Wed Mar 02, 2011
Banco Santander grant to fund student travel, learning in Brazil

A $160,000 grant through Banco Santander and the State University of New York system will enable 30 students in science-related fields from SUNY Oswego and elsewhere around the system to study at Oswego’s global laboratories in Brazil over the next two years.

Thu Sep 16, 2010
Anthropology major digs into rich past during summer experience

It’s not all that common that someone can say that they spent five weeks over the summer in Lynchburg, West Virginia, to search for artifacts at Thomas Jefferson’s Poplar Forest, but senior Stephanie Hallinan can.

Wed Mar 31, 2010
Undergraduate scholars to display posters in state capital

Josh Valentino and Alex O'Hara on Lake Ontario shore.Faculty at SUNY Oswego have selected six students to travel April 13 to Albany to display four scholarly research posters in the state Legislative Office Building for lawmakers and the public.

Wed Apr 15, 2009
Student's green-energy presentations part of new Quest track

SUNY Oswego senior meteorology major Frankie Carlevatti will discuss options for Oswego to incorporate green energy as part of Quest’s daylong “Energy, Environment and Society” session April 22.

Mon Apr 13, 2009
Eyewitness account of cultures in Peru among student Quest talks

Jonathan RotwellThe way of life for the indigenous Shipibo-Conibo people of eastern Peru has been changing as the Hispanic presence grows, and a witness to the changes in recent years has been SUNY Oswego student Jonathan Rothwell of Fayetteville.

Wed Oct 15, 2008
Students launching computer 'attacks' to bolster information security

computer labStudents at SUNY Oswego and two other colleges will launch computer attacks in a virtual environment in a project designed to improve information security in the real world.

Wed Oct 01, 2008
New science equipment to serve multiple projects, students

A new piece of equipment that can measure concentrations in the smallest amounts could have a large impact on SUNY Oswego’s research, ability to attract top-quality students and chances of recruiting the best science faculty.

Tue Jul 22, 2008
Grant supports students updating archeology collection

working with artifactsSUNY Oswego recently received a $75,000 grant to upgrade and maintain its archeology collection while providing students hands-on experience.

Fri Apr 18, 2008
Oswego students present at major conference

poster presentationTen SUNY Oswego students attended the recent annual meeting of Geological Society of America’s Northeastern section in Buffalo.

Thu Apr 17, 2008
Largest Quest to date will fill Campus Center

students workingSUNY Oswego is gearing up for the biggest and most diverse Quest yet, with around 180 contributions marking the college’s annual daylong symposium of scholarly and creative activities by faculty, staff and students on Wednesday, April 23.

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