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Professor’s new book ‘Data Grab’ extends look at invasion of ‘big data’

March 4, 2024

SUNY Oswego communication studies professor Ulises Mejias and co-author Nick Couldry of the London School of Economics and Political Science have a new book out on an ever-timely topic, “Data Grab: The New Colonialism of Big Data and How to Fight Back.”

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Professor presents on significant geological discovery

March 1, 2024

A geology professor from SUNY Oswego recently presented a major discovery that redefined the geological and tectonic history within New York State and the eastern U.S.

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Next RCA Reflection to feature preview of April 8 total solar eclipse

February 8, 2024

The next installment of Rice Creek Associates (RCA) Reflections will feature "A Preview of the April 2024 Total Solar Eclipse" by emeritus physics professor John Zielinski on from 2 to 3:30 p.m. on Saturday, March 2, at Rice Creek Field Station.

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Faculty member’s podcast attracts renowned guests, supports student learning

January 8, 2024

A computer science faculty member’s podcast, “Meditations with Ryan Zlomek,” includes conversations with an interesting variety of guests while also supporting his students’ creativity and skills.

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Technology Fall Conference’s 84th edition to focus on future

October 23, 2023

The 84th edition of the SUNY Oswego Technology Fall Conference, Oct. 26 and 27, will feature the latest developments in teaching technology and a keynote plenary by Dr. Robert Simmons, Head of Social Impact and STEM Programs for Micron Technology and the Micron Foundation.

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Oct. 20 event welcomes visitors to plant museum and greenhouse

October 4, 2023

Two of SUNY Oswego’s plant-focused facilities will open their doors to visitors during a joint Fall Open House on Friday, Oct 20, 2023, from 3:30 to 5:30 p.m.

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Rice Creek fall activities to include 'Trick or Trail,' telescope sessions, science presentations, more

October 3, 2023

SUNY Oswego's Rice Creek Field Station will offer a diverse array of free community programs this fall, spanning astronomy to arts and crafts, and serving both youth and adults.

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Pioneering MBA ChatGPT class looks at potential, promise, pitfalls of AI in business

October 2, 2023

SUNY Oswego’s first-ever course on using ChatGPT for business succeeded in looking at the potential, promise and pitfalls of artificial intelligence, according to its teacher and students.

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Scientists, including SUNY Oswego researcher, use exotic stars to tune into hum of cosmic symphony

June 27, 2023

Astrophysicists using large radio telescopes to observe a collection of cosmic clocks in the Milky Way Galaxy –- including SUNY Oswego faculty member and planetarium director Natalie Lewandowska –- have found evidence for gravitational waves that oscillate with periods of years to decades, according to a set of papers published June 28 in The Astrophysical Journal Letters.

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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.