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Spring School Safety Symposium to discuss preparedness

March 8, 2018

SUNY Oswego's Spring School Safety Symposium on Wednesday, March 28, will feature John-Michael Keyes, founder of the "I Love U Guys" foundation and the Standard Response Protocol, to discuss the question, "How do we keep our students, faculty and staff safe?"

Research

College to partner with Indian institutions, Yale on astrophysics research

February 28, 2018

SUNY Oswego will serve as the U.S. lead for a funded astrophysics project probing the age and size of the universe, working with Yale University and two top Indian institutions -- the University of Delhi and the Inter University Center for Astronomy and Astrophysics in Pune.

Research

Grant supports professor's study of diamond trade

February 2, 2018

Dr. Lindsay Bell, a SUNY Oswego anthropology faculty member, recently obtained funding to learn in detail how the diamond trade creates transparency -- a hot topic ethically and financially in the world of diamonds and other conflict-laden gemstones.

Science + technology

Digging deep helps students learn about soil, water

December 21, 2017

Digging deep underground is helping some SUNY Oswego students see soil in a new light. SUNY Oswego News student reporter Krystal Cole has the dirt on this hands-on effort.

Research

Researcher earns grant to help build better batteries

December 20, 2017

Lithium-ion batteries continue to fuel millions of smartphones, electric cars, power tools and all manner of other rechargeable equipment, but SUNY Oswego physics faculty member Mohammad Islam believes great potential exists for lower cost sodium-ion batteries to make inroads.

Society

'Avalanche of support' as faculty member collects cards for children of Las Vegas shooting victims

December 8, 2017

What started as a modest way to help young people impacted by tragedy has continued to grow into a kind of holiday miracle.

Campus

Humanities Collaboratory builds bridges to sciences, arts for teaching, research

November 13, 2017

Satellite imagery, 3D modeling, data-visualization maps: At SUNY Oswego, the tools of technology and the sciences are moving traditional humanities -- history, philosophy, literature and languages -- forward.

Society

Cutler Fund boosted to $1 million to expand student opportunities

November 10, 2017

Donations by 1974 SUNY Oswego alumnus David Cutler have brought a fund to support the college's public justice program and student experiences to $1 million.

Arts + culture

3 master's students to hold exhibition in Tyler

November 6, 2017

The fall master of art in studio arts exhibition will start Nov. 21 and continue Nov. 28 to Dec. 3 in Tyler Art Gallery, highlighting the portfolio work of three candidates for December graduation.

Research

Alumnus to speak about work as part of Nobel-winning astrophysics project

October 27, 2017

SUNY Oswego alumnus Daniel Wysocki, who is part of the team responsible for Nobel Prize-winning work studying gravitational waves in deep space, will speak at his alma mater Friday, Nov. 10.