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Faculty-student team to document refugee cousins' Safe Haven memories

April 30, 2018

A SUNY Oswego faculty-student team of Juliet Aires Giglio and Mic-Anthony Hay will produce a documentary to preserve the memories of cousins who were 7 years old when they had to leave Eastern Europe for Fort Ontario's Safe Haven to escape the Holocaust.

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Oswego dean co-edits noted communication textbook for graduate students

May 29, 2019

Kristen C. Eichhorn, dean of graduate studies at SUNY Oswego, recently co-edited the third edition of a respected textbook, Routledge's "An Integrated Approach to Communication Theory and Research," and now is poised to take over as lead editor for the fourth edition.

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Researchers find worldwide audience for study on superhero proportions

June 21, 2019

The superhero-related work of researchers from SUNY Oswego and Binghamton University picked up international coverage -- with a plot twist.

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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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New book examines radio personalities' influence

July 13, 2016

David Crider, a SUNY Oswego communication studies faculty member, explores in a new book how radio announcers develop their on-air personalities, helping the nearly century-old medium endure even in the rapidly evolving live-stream and on-demand a

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Graduate student helps bring Fort Ontario history alive

September 5, 2019

Visitors to Oswego’s historic Fort Ontario will get to see past and present merge, thanks to an augmented reality project by a SUNY Oswego graduate student.

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Faculty honored for outstanding research accomplishments

August 22, 2019

SUNY Oswego honored two faculty members with the Award of Excellence in Research and Sponsored Programs, based on outstanding dedication to seek and obtain external funding, and the cumulative funds in which they have received.

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Tea for Teaching podcast hits milestone

September 25, 2019

The Tea for Teaching podcast, created and co-hosted by John Kane and Rebecca Mushtare from the college’s Center for Excellence in Learning and Teaching, released the 100th podcast in its weekly series this week with a retrospective and lessons learned. It’s the latest chapter in a successful project that has continued to grow an audience in Oswego and even around the world.

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Book connecting games with literature wins prestigious popular culture award

October 1, 2019

A clever crossover between 19th-century games and literature earned a major popular culture award for Douglas Guerra of SUNY Oswego’s English and creative writing faculty.

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Faculty member publishes breakthrough research on bird migration

November 7, 2019

Research from Daniel Baldassarre, a current SUNY Oswego biological sciences faculty member, found only the third kind of bird with a particular and peculiar migration pattern -- which captured widespread attention and opens the door to even more research on migratory behavior.

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