Brazil's Science Without Borders to send students to Oswego
Becoming a destination for students in Brazil’s Science Without Borders project shows SUNY Oswego’s growing reputation in global education, Interim Provost Lorrie Clemo said.
Thu Sep 29, 2011
Professor's book explores development of entrepreneurship, innovation
“Science and Technology Based Regional Entrepreneurship,” edited by SUNY Oswego professor Sarfraz Mian, takes a global view on how nations, regions and communities attract and sustain economic development through technological innovation.
Fri Sep 16, 2011
SUNY Oswego history professor earns new Fulbright to India
SUNY Oswego Distinguished Teaching Professor of History Geraldine Forbes will share her knowledge, and collect more, through a Fulbright-Nehru Visiting Lecturer Fellowship to India.
Wed Sep 14, 2011
SUNY Oswego expands relationship with Zhejiang university
The leaders of Zhejiang Sci-Tech University in Hangzhou, China, and SUNY Oswego on Sept. 9 signed a degree articulation agreement to jointly deliver bachelor’s degrees to Chinese students in three majors: business administration, human resource management and marketing.
Thu Sep 01, 2011
SUNY Oswego assists Nigerian education training effort
SUNY Oswego’s Benjamin Ogwo led a team of five other faculty members to his native Nigeria this summer to help train college professors to prepare teachers in technical vocations.
Tue Jul 26, 2011
'Caravanserai' to promote understanding of Pakistani cultures
SUNY Oswego’s Artswego will be among only five arts organizations nationwide to host groundbreaking performances, campus residencies and community dialogues in the first year of a program aimed at fostering better understanding of cultures throughout the many-hued world of Islam.
Wed Jul 20, 2011
Fulbright Scholar to educate researchers in Kenya
Dr. Faith Maina, a SUNY Oswego faculty member and a new Fulbright Scholar, looks forward to returning this school year to Kenya, her native land, as she seeks to build the research and writing skillsets of young Kenyan scholars.
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 22, 2011
Professor's book examines ethnic political movements
A new book by Dr. Lisa Glidden of SUNY Oswego’s political science department looks at how indigenous movements developed in South America, as well as factors behind ethnic political actions across the globe.
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.
Wed Jun 01, 2011
College pivotal in sending books to Sudanese university
Dr. Kamal Mohamed, SUNY Oswego professor of biological sciences and a Sudanese native, traveled to South Sudan last summer, saw the barren shelves of the library at Dr. John Garang Memorial University of Science and Technology in Bor, South Sudan, and came away determined to help.
Fri Apr 29, 2011
New wave of courses, destinations greets student travelers
Short-term options for study and travel have increased rapidly at SUNY Oswego in recent years, including a unique, first-time program that culminates in May with a trip to Iceland.
Wed Apr 13, 2011
SUNY Chancellorâ€™s Award supports Oswego's sustainability course to Ecuador
SUNY Oswego’s first recipient of the State University Chancellor’s Award for Internationalization will use the $4,000 prize to support the first offering of a course on sustainability in Ecuador.
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.
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.
Mon Mar 07, 2011
Exchange student represents Oswego at Harvard conference
An exchange student from Shanghai Normal University, one of SUNY Oswego’s six partner universities in China, recently attended the prestigious Harvard Project for Asian and International Relations Conference in Boston.
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.
Mon Dec 13, 2010
Class visiting Haiti to offer mental health workshops
Eight SUNY Oswego students and three psychology professors are journeying to Haiti—a trip that overlaps the Jan. 12 anniversary of a devastating earthquake—to work with community leaders in Petit-Goave on continuing issues of trauma.
Wed Nov 10, 2010
Peace Corps, college to combine global service with two master's programs
Selected SUNY Oswego graduate students in agricultural and mathematics education now will have the opportunity to combine Peace Corps service and a master’s degree.
Thu Oct 21, 2010
Star percussionist Zakir Hussain to perform in Waterman
On the last day of summer, a crowd of 3,500 gathered in Chicago’s Millennium Park for a concert by world music star Zakir Hussain. At 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 4, he will bring that critically acclaimed performance to Waterman Theatre of Tyler Hall at SUNY Oswego.
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