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Professor publishes first textbook for business and technology incubation

June 3, 2021

Oswego School of Business professor Sarfraz Mian’s expertise, experience and extensive network came together to author the first-ever textbook on entrepreneurial and startup support through business and technology incubation.


Anthropology student potentially discovers historic Fort George location

May 10, 2021

For one SUNY Oswego student, the history of the Port City allowed the opportunity to advance his career experience by searching for -- and apparently discovering -- a long-lost fort.


Impact Scholar’s project aims to provide social-emotional connections for children

May 6, 2021

SUNY Oswego’s Impact Scholar program is helping Colleen O’Dell, a graduate student in the mental health counseling program, lead a project promoting social-emotional connection for schoolchildren even in a time with so much remote learning.


Campus grant supports student-faculty research on Arctic air impacts

May 4, 2021

While the SUNY Oswego family is well aware of what lake-effect snow is, a campus grant will enhance a federal funding for student-faculty research on a more large-scale effect involving Arctic air.


Quest presentation to look at pets' impact on mental health

April 13, 2021

An unbreakable bond between one furry feline and SUNY Oswego senior Hannah Hertik inspired Hertik’s study, “Pets and Mental Health: An exploration of perceived social support,” which she will present at Quest.


Quest presentation part of study, forthcoming publication on Netflix in Spain

April 9, 2021

A student Quest presentation on Netflix’s first production in Spain ties in with a larger project on this influential medium that involves a faculty-student collaboration on a forthcoming book.


Graduate students’ research looks at technology's impacts on learning, everyday life

April 6, 2021

A group of master’s in strategic communication students, working a large-scale student survey from 2020, explored such topics as the educational value of online learning, the distracting nature of smartphones and more.


Virtual Quest 2021 to tackle timely, topical themes

March 30, 2021

Quest, the college’s annual celebration of scholarly and creative pursuits of the campus community, will return for 2021 on Wednesday, April 14, as a real-time virtual event filled with timely, topical and thoughtful presentations across many academic disciplines.


Oswego faculty member co-launches criminology journal

January 13, 2021

When SUNY Oswego faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut and colleague Sarah Daly of Saint Vincent College saw existing publications not providing enough articles on an important topic, they decided to start their own journal


SUNY Oswego faculty member’s new book looks at legal issues in emerging media

November 12, 2020

Communication studies faculty member Jason Zenor’s new book takes a different approach to media law -- focusing forward instead of back.