Additional Navigation

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.


Student conducts ‘life-changing’ economics research in Democratic Republic of Congo

December 7, 2023

Baye Massene Diallo, a senior double majoring in economics and business administration, said he recently had a “life-changing” experience researching his economics capstone project in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) in Africa.


Student-faculty research team traveling to cover this week's annular eclipse

October 6, 2023

A team of six students and two faculty members are heading this week to New Mexico to conduct research during the weekend's annular eclipse as part of the Nationwide Eclipse Ballooning Project (NEBP).


Meteorology professor earns NSF grant to study Arctic cold-air outbreaks

September 13, 2023

Meteorology professor Yonggang Wang received a $234,022 grant from the National Science Foundation to research cold-air outbreaks in the sub-arctic region.


Physics professor receives $15K grant for lithium-ion battery research

August 17, 2023

Physics professor Mohammad Islam has received another grant from the Syracuse Center of Excellence (CoE) to improve the range of lithium-ion batteries in electric cars.


‘Oswego Chasers’ return from storm-studying mission

June 22, 2023

SUNY Oswego’s storm-chasing team known as the “Oswego Chasers” recently returned from their 2023 trip. Students gained hands-on experience and made valuable connections.