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NSF grant supports professor, undergraduates studying cell movement

July 6, 2018

Thanks to a nearly $300,000 National Science Foundation grant, undergraduate researchers, starting this summer, are working with Dr. Yulia Artemenko of SUNY Oswego's biological sciences faculty to investigate how single cells determine where to move, which could have implications for why cancer cells metastasize -- migrate away from a primary tumor.

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Diversity Graduate Fellowship helps students succeed

March 28, 2018

Breaking barriers and finding their way through financial and other challenges, while excelling in the classroom, have earned five students Diversity Graduate Fellowships at SUNY Oswego.

Student films, artwork to greet documentary filmmaker Rita Coburn

April 16, 2018

SUNY Oswego broadcasting and mass communications faculty member Francisco Suárez and students have a free public gala in the works for Voices of Diversity speaker Rita Coburn's visit to Hewitt ballroom tomorrow night, April 17.

Coburn, co-director of the acclaimed documentary "Maya Angelou and Still I Rise," will speak at 7 p.m. The film she co-directed with Bob Hercules premiered at the 2016 Sundance Festival, aired as an "American Masters" presentation on PBS, and was screened March 27 at SUNY Oswego.

Amanda Young is an outstanding technology education student

Amanda Young

April 13, 2018

Junior technology education major Amanda Young has mapped out a path that includes teaching, coaching football or track -- and pursuing her love of projects, such as building a coffee table for her apartment in Oswego next year.

College to present two top teaching awards

June 21, 2018

The 2018 SUNY Oswego President’s Award for Teaching Excellence will recognize Fehmi Damkaci of the chemistry department, while the Provost's Award for Teaching Excellence for Part-Time Faculty will honor Charles Itzin of English and creative writing. They will receive their awards at the college’s annual Teaching and Learning Awards Ceremony luncheon in the fall.

SUNY Oswego advising awards honor 'active, accessible' faculty

June 21, 2018

SUNY Oswego faculty members David Dunn of biological sciences and Gonzalo Aguiar of modern languages and literatures will receive the 2018 President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Advisement. The honorees will be recognized at the college’s annual Teaching and Learning Awards Ceremony luncheon in the fall.

Final call for Wednesday's Anne Frank Project storytelling workshop

September 7, 2018

Students,  faculty and staff are invited to pre-register as soon as possible for the Anne Frank Project's interactive, experiential story-building workshop and performance, starting at noon Wednesday, Sept. 12, in Hewitt ballroom.

Michelle Bandla named director of Excel: Experiential Courses and Engaged Learning

September 14, 2018

College Provost Scott Furlong recently announced the formal appointment of Michelle Bandla as director of Excel: Experiential Courses and Engaged Learning at SUNY Oswego.

Award for outstanding library student employee goes to Tenaja Smith-Butler

September 18, 2018

Sharona Ginsberg congratulates Tenaja Smith-Butler

SUNY Oswego’s 2018 Northern New York Library Network Outstanding Student Employee award honored makerspace assistant Tenaja Smith-Butler, a three-year Penfield Library employee.

CTS promotes National Cybersecurity Awareness Month

October 11, 2018

Campus Technology Services aims to amplify the importance of security online in all students' and employees' educational, professional and personal lives during October -- National Cybersecurity Awareness Month.

There are, for example, everyday things that could make our online data more secure, according to CTS and NCSAM organizers: Put a passcode on your mobile phone in case it gets stolen or lost, remove sticky notes that have written passwords, and lock your computer screen when you leave the office or residence, among other steps.