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Archaeological field school provides hands-on experiences for students

July 22, 2024

SUNY Oswego’s archaeology field school led by anthropology faculty member Dr. Alanna Ossa returned this summer as 11 students participated in this year’s dig on a local property.


History professor’s book gains following in telling Eastern European borderland stories

July 15, 2024

A groundbreaking book by history professor Murat Yaşar in the emerging field of borderland studies has visited the top of the Amazon sales charts in recent weeks.


Students gain experience through meteorology research project in Sweden

June 10, 2024

A group of four students Oswego students recently returned from a research project during the spring 2024 semester studying cold air outbreaks in the subarctic region.


University’s new Great Lakes Institute looks at challenges, solutions

May 2, 2024

SUNY Oswego recently launched the Great Lakes Institute to foster a greater awareness and understanding of the Great Lakes through continued research efforts, academic programming and coursework for students at all levels, and public outreach.


Researcher's story: From Ghana to Oswego to St. Jude's doctoral program

April 25, 2024

Bobby Yeboah, a master's in chemistry student graduating in May 2024, discusses his journey from Ghana to SUNY Oswego to his next steps in St. Jude's competitive research doctoral program.


Annual Quest presentation to feature variety of presentations, alum AI keynote

April 1, 2024

Quest, SUNY Oswego’s annual celebration of scholarly and creative activities, will bring a day filled with activities on Wednesday, April 17, with presenters lined up to talk about their experiences, experiments, projects and more.


Two Oswego students taking part in eclipse-related NASA internships

March 27, 2024

Students Hugh Riley Randall and Selim Kalici are wrapping up a globe-trotting Oswego experience with an astronomical opportunity with NASA related to eclipse data.


Sarfraz Mian continues contributing to global entrepreneurship education

March 25, 2024

For Sarfraz Mian, a Distinguished Professor of Marketing and Management, the past year has shown a drive to keep moving since earning one of the highest professor ranks in the SUNY system.


NIH-supported project seeks better ways to maintain vaccines

March 4, 2024

A faculty-led project in a Shineman Center chemistry laboratory seeks to unlock a better way to maintain vaccines (including COVID-19 vaccines) against other current or future viruses.


SUNY Oswego research team part of nationwide eclipse project

March 4, 2024

With the National Eclipse Ballooning Project, a SUNY Oswego faculty-student team is among the select institutions taking part in research related to this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.