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Graduate trauma studies coordinator discusses PTSD awareness

June 15, 2018

Karen Wolford, coordinator of the advanced certificate in interdisciplinary trauma studies at SUNY Oswego, and Ivan Castro (graduate of SUNY Oswego) appeared on WSYR's "Bridge Street" to promote awareness about the signs and symptoms of PTSD.

Science + technology

Visiting scholar to discuss researching universe’s origin, evolution

August 13, 2018

Bharat Ratra, a distinguished professor of physics at Kansas State University, will discuss the quest to find answers about the universe in "The 'Standard' Model of Cosmology … and Open Questions" at 4 p.m. Tuesday, Aug. 28, in Room 194 of SUNY Oswego's Shineman Center.

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Living Writers Series to include eco-poet, authors, storytellers, more

August 13, 2018

Award-winning poet Rebecca Dunham -- author of "Cold Pastoral: Poems," a collection that elegizes manmade disasters from the Deepwater Horizon oil platform to the Flint, Michigan, water crisis -- will join this fall's SUNY Oswego Living Writers Series, a roster that includes a playwright, nonfiction writer, novelist, short story writer and other published authors.

International

Tanzania's diverse wildlife, conservation measures inspire students

August 10, 2018

Giraffes and elephants grazing alongside cattle and goats. Lions lounging in acacia and sausage trees. Terrain as varied as Kilimanjaro's mountain, the Serengeti's plains and Lake Manyara's wetlands and woodlands. Elite, heavily armed "rhino rangers." Strict rules on human-wildlife contact.

International

Study-abroad course researches engineering unique musical instrument

July 30, 2018

Oswego students are currently in Trinidad and Tobago designing prototypes for the Caribbean country's national musical instrument in the new course "Engineering the Steelpan," taught by electrical and computer engineering faculty member Marianne Hromalik.

Doug Woolever is a Laker Leader captain who's very involved on campus

Doug Woolever

July 27, 2018

Choral singer, instrumentalist, actor, resident assistant and now a Laker Leader captain for new-student orientation, senior human development major Doug Woolever speaks about his enthusiasm for making personal connections with students, his time management strategy and his love for SUNY Oswego.

Society

Faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut publishes resource book on mass shootings

July 26, 2018

SUNY Oswego public justice faculty member Jaclyn Schildkraut, a national expert on mass shootings, recently published a reference book that she hopes will prove helpful for anybody researching the topic.

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Mini-grants to support 5 Grand Challenge projects

July 23, 2018

A SUNY Oswego panel has recommended college mini-grant funding for five project proposals -- ranging from a multicultural effort to provide water purifiers to Puerto Rico to helping support a talk by an eco-poet known for her poetry about the disasters such as those at Flint, Michigan, and the Deepwater Horizon -- developed for Grand Challenges: Fresh Water for All.

Research

Faculty member Caglar Yildrim researches smartphone dependency

July 17, 2018

Computer science faculty member Caglar Yildrim researches nomophobia (fear of being without a smartphone) and related technology questions.

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Mars to shine in public viewing party July 24 to 31

July 11, 2018

SUNY Oswego will host a free public Mars Viewing Party, planned nightly though weather-dependent, from 11 p.m. [UPDATED START TIME] to 2 a.m. July 24 to 31 at the college's observatory at Rice Creek Field Station