GENIUS competitors share joy of science
SUNY Oswego graduate student Mariah Wallace, center, an adolescence education-biology major, listens to the enthusiastic explanation of Irmak Kucukay, right, and Tuana Donmez of Turkey about their project to compare the electrical-output performance of single- and double-rotor wind turbines, during judging for the finals of the 2013 GENIUS Olympiad on June 18.
Fri Apr 26, 2013
GENIUS Olympiad invites 550 finalists, advisers to SUNY Oswego
SUNY Oswego’s GENIUS Olympiad has invited 550 students and advisers representing 58 countries and 36 states to the third annual finals of the global high school environmental competition June 16 to 21 on campus.
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 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.
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Oswego professor to build partnership with University of Delhi
SUNY Oswego physics professor Shashi Kanbur plans to travel to India this spring to open a new collaboration in Delhi for course development in astrophysics and research in realms including the evolution of stars.
Wed Jan 30, 2013
Partnership aims to boost minorities in engineering
SUNY Oswego has partnered with the National Action Council on Minorities in Engineering to award scholarships starting this fall to increase enrollment in engineering fields for students from underrepresented groups.
Tue Jan 08, 2013
Oswego biologist's study suggests return of cougars to Adirondacks
In an article published Jan. 8, SUNY Oswego biology faculty member Dr. John Laundré suggests that a forest preserve in the Adirondack Mountains can accommodate the reintroduction 150 to 350 cougars, challenging previous findings.
Mon Oct 15, 2012
SUNY Oswego to offer electrical and computer engineering degree
SUNY Oswego will offer a new bachelor’s degree program in electrical and computer engineering starting next fall, coinciding with the opening of the college’s $118 million science and engineering complex.
Wed Aug 29, 2012
$872,523 grant to help Oswego students stay with STEM
The National Science Foundation recently awarded SUNY Oswego a five-year, $872,523 grant to boost the retention of freshmen and sophomores in STEM majors.
Thu Jun 21, 2012
New book explores cougars' return to Midwest habitats
Dr. John Laundre, an adjunct member of SUNY Oswego’s biological sciences faculty, documents the return of cougars to the Midwest in a new book that looks at their past and sees potential for an Eastern return for these large predators.
Thu Mar 29, 2012
SUNY Oswego conference to explore intersections of feminism, science
Expert speakers in the fields of feminism, science and technology will highlight a conference Friday and Saturday, April 20 and 21, at SUNY Oswego.
Wed Feb 08, 2012
GENIUS Olympiad environmental competition invites worldwide entries
The GENIUS Olympiad, SUNY Oswego’s global environmental competition for high school-age scientists and artists near and far, has opened applications for a 2012 edition that also invites young writers and architects to submit projects.
Mon Jan 23, 2012
Science Today offerings to focus on women in field
SUNY Oswego will present a series of lecturers this semester from universities such as Harvard and Yale, Spellman and Illinois—as well as the local campus—on women in the science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) professions.
Fri Oct 28, 2011
Journalist to discuss malaria's continuing global toll
Sonia Shah, investigative journalist and award-winning author will make the keynote presentation for SUNY Oswego’s fifth annual Hart Hall Global Awareness Conference at 7 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 5, in Room 101 of Lanigan Hall.
Fri Oct 14, 2011
Drilling completed for SUNY Oswego's 240-well geothermal field
Contractors for SUNY Oswego reached a milestone Oct. 12 when they drilled the 240th and final geothermal well to help heat and cool the new Science and Engineering Innovation Corridor.
Wed Oct 12, 2011
Philosopher's book explores nature of scientific advances
Dr. K. Brad Wray, an associate professor of philosophy, has written a new book exploring one of the 20th century’s most influential and revolutionary science philosophers.
Wed Oct 12, 2011
New scanning electron microscope offers nanoscale views
SUNY Oswego recently welcomed a new scanning electron microscope, a key piece of equipment for the sciences complex rising on campus and for recruiting top students who want to learn nanotechnology skills.
Tue Jul 05, 2011
Colorful awards ceremony closes global GENIUS Olympiad
SUNY Oswego faculty member Fehmi Damkaci declared all 223 young scientists and artists from 34 countries and 31 states the winners at the closing awards ceremony June 30 of the first GENIUS Olympiad.
Wed Jun 15, 2011
High school students from around globe display science, art projects
The first GENIUS Olympiad’s opening activities—an exhibition of student projects and a ceremony featuring a noted National Geographic photographer—will be open to the public Monday, June 27, at SUNY Oswego.
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.
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