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Tulane expert on philosopher Mill to deliver 2015 Steinkraus Lecture

September 17, 2015

SUNY Oswego’s 2015 Warren Steinkraus Lecture on Human Ideals, on Saturday, Oct. 3, will feature Dr. Jonathan Riley, an expert on the work of John Stuart Mill, a 19th century philosopher who significantly contributed to modern political theory.

Professor's updated book tackles trends in sports, society

September 25, 2015

From domestic violence, concussions and on-field assaults to video gaming, fantasy sports and online gambling, SUNY Oswego’s Tim Delaney and co-author Tim Madigan of St.

Awards + honors

Richard S. Shineman Center achieves LEED Gold certification

October 22, 2015

Tried and proven over two Oswego winters, SUNY Oswego’s Richard S. Shineman Center for Science, Engineering and Innovation, which opened in fall 2013, has received the Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) Gold rating from the U.S.

Science + technology

Oswego scientist on team reporting findings on tissue regeneration in Nature

October 26, 2015

Dr. Jennifer Olori of SUNY Oswego’s biological sciences faculty co-authored research published Oct.

Research

SUNY Oswego researchers share new grant to monitor fish for pollutants

November 4, 2015

Under a $1.5 million share of an Environmental Protection Agency grant, SUNY Oswego and its Environmental Research Center will continue in a research partnership that has documented marked declines in older chemical pollutants in the Great Lakes.

Democracy now comes in variety of forms, new book argues

November 5, 2015

Traditional theories of what constitutes a democracy must make way for multiple new approaches to the concept around the world, SUNY Oswego political science professor Dr. Stephen J. Rosow and Australian colleague Dr.

Anthropologist explores migration among Canada's French-speaking minorities

November 5, 2015

SUNY Oswego anthropology faculty member Lindsay A.

Science + technology

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.