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How to watch an eclipse safely

August 17, 2017

Scott Roby, director of the SUNY Oswego planetarium and an associate professor of physics, explains how to safely watch a solar eclipse, like the Aug. 21 event.

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Planetarium director provides eclipse details, tips

August 16, 2017

Scott Roby, director of SUNY Oswego's planetarium and an associate professor of physics, gave SUNY Oswego News some details and tips on the eclipse coming on Monday, Aug. 21.

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Library network award recognizes student's 'above and beyond' service

July 20, 2017

Going "above and beyond" for those looking to use the college's Maker Services offerings has earned Abhishek Rauniyar SUNY Oswego’s 2017 Northern New York Library Network Outstanding Student Employee award.

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New graduate degree puts data to work improving healthcare

December 1, 2016

Healthcare in the digital era—telemedicine, big data, decision analytics, computer networks integrating patient and caregiver information, and more—has led to the launch of SUNY Oswego’s newly approved graduate degree in biomedical and health info

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Star SUNY Oswego alumnus returning Sept. 29 for astrophysics talk

September 14, 2016

SUNY Oswego alumnus Earl Bellinger will give a Science Today lecture, “From Starlight to Stellar Ages: A Look Inside the Private Lives of Stars,” at 4 p.m. Sept. 29 in Room 170 of the Shineman Center.

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Expanded math camp keys STEM retention effort

August 24, 2016

SUNY Oswego launched an expanded math bridge camp in August for first-year students in STEM majors.

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MOOC pilot bioinformatics class to become online open course pilot

August 22, 2016

This fall, a new “Big Data, Genes and Medicine” course will represent Oswego’s pilot project in the evolving world of mass open online courses (MOOCs) while preparing learners for an in-demand job field.

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SUNY Oswego online learning initiatives supported by SUNY grants

August 17, 2016

Two SUNY Oswego projects are among the promising initiatives supported by the SUNY system’s 2016-17 Innovative Instruction Technology Grants.

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College upgrades experiences for hearing-impaired audiences

February 10, 2016

SUNY Oswego has moved to enhance the experience of hearing-impaired spectators at ceremonies, performances and athletic events, installing audio-induction loops at several key locations.

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Applied learning: Students build mobile air-quality sensors

November 18, 2015

Students of SUNY Oswego computer science professor James Early (left) work with mobile air-quality sensors they assembled for use on a study-travel experience in London.