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Student entrepreneurs’ assistive gaming technology places second in state business competition

May 15, 2023

SUNY Oswego students Paul Wehr and Harshit Gupta recently won second prize at the New York State Business Competition with their startup GameOn, which creates modifications for gaming controllers to make them more accessible for those with motor function disabilities.


Writing contest connects SUNY Oswego with high school students

May 9, 2023

Through thank-you emails to her students’ favorite English teachers, Distinguished Service Professor Leigh Wilson turned a kind gesture into a yearly writing contest intertwining the stories of high school and SUNY Oswego students, leaving a lasting mark on those involved.


Faculty member Matthew McLeskey selected for NEH institute on Rust Belt

May 9, 2023

Matthew H. McLeskey, an assistant professor of criminal justice, was selected for a two-week summer project funded by National Endowment for the Humanities (NEH), focusing on the importance of regional storytelling in fostering a sense of place.

Science + technology

‘ChatGPT for Business’ course to offer pioneering look into AI business applications

May 8, 2023

SUNY Oswego students will have the opportunity to learn more about an emerging artificial intelligence (AI) tool, starting with the pioneering Summer Session course MBA 590: “ChatGPT for Business.”

Senior presents tuberculosis research at World Conference on Undergraduate Research in U.K.

May 8, 2023

SUNY Oswego senior biochemistry major Fathima Raviya Careem recently presented her research on tuberculosis at this year’s World Congress on Undergraduate Research (WorldCUR) in the U.K.

Awards + honors

Oswego student earns statewide EOP honor

May 8, 2023

Damien Nguyen, a senior double majoring in human development and criminal justice, recently earned the statewide Norman R. McConney, Jr. Award for outstanding student excellence. This award recognizes Educational Opportunity Program (EOP) students who overcome obstacles to go above and beyond in their academic endeavors.


Backyard trash or treasure? Anthropology student works with community to research

May 2, 2023

The community is invited to bring items to an “Antiques Roadshow” type event hosted by SUNY Oswego senior anthropology major Nerissa Conklin from 1 to 3 p.m. on Sunday, March 19, at the Richardson-Bates House Museum in Oswego.


Diversity Fellow, media creative to share tips on career success Friday

May 1, 2023

Cameron E. Jones ’09, manager of development for integrated content strategy for ABC News Studios, will speak on “Graduation & Beyond: How to Stand Out in a Competitive Job Market” from 1-2:30 pm. this Friday, May 5.


Faculty member Francisco Suárez leading 'Visual Storytelling Summer Camp'

April 27, 2023

This summer, SUNY Oswego and WCNY, with the support of the Syracuse City School District (SCSD) and Central New York Community Foundation, will offer the first-ever "Visual Storytelling Summer Camp." The free camp is open for applications from middle-school students in the region.

Awards + honors

Four Oswego students win SUNY Chancellor’s Awards

April 26, 2023

Four SUNY Oswego students have earned the 2023 SUNY Chancellor’s Awards for Student Excellence, the highest such recognition in the state system. These awards recognize outstanding accomplishments inside and outside the classroom for childhood education-English major Kaitlin Flint, zoology major Brooke Goodman, meteorology major Kaitlyn Jesmonth and psychology major Adriana Militello.