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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.

Research

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.

Campus

2 faculty honored for scholarly and creative activity

May 23, 2019

Damian Schofield, director of SUNY Oswego's graduate program in human-computer interaction (HCI), has earned the 2019 President's Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity at the college, while composer Paul Leary of the music department received the Provost's Award for Scholarly and Creative Activity.

Awards + honors

Chancellor's Award honors Fehmi Damkaci for GENIUS, other service contributions

May 7, 2019

Fehmi Damkaci, professor and chair of SUNY Oswego's chemistry department and founder and director of the GENIUS Olympiad environmental competition in Oswego for high school students from scores of countries around the world for nearly nine years, has earned the SUNY Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Faculty Service.

Arts + culture

Illustration-rich artwork to fill new gallery for graduate exhibitions

April 18, 2019

Graduate students Asli Kinsizer and Yarbrielle Ingram soon will display portfolio work created during their graphic design studies at SUNY Oswego --- from Kinsizer's women of historical stature to Ingram's fantastical illustrations from reimagined fairytales -- in their spring Master of Arts exhibitions in a new gallery in Tyler Hall.

Research

Student entrepreneurs exploring, showcasing solutions

April 15, 2019

From apps to interactive activities, SUNY Oswego students are finding a rising culture of entrepreneurship and are creating ideas aimed to solve a variety of problems.

Arts + culture

Student's community mandala invites public participation

April 4, 2019

Asli Kinsizer first made a trip from her native Turkey to SUNY Oswego as a mentor to high school students competing in the GENIUS Olympiad. Less than four years later, she is a graduate student at the college, considers Oswego home and is excitedly awaiting public participation in finishing her mandala in Penfield Library.

Rachelle Hills is a master's in strategic communication student

Rachelle Hills

March 29, 2019

A competitor in Quest's 3-Minute Thesis competition for graduate research presentations, Australian student Rachelle Hills anticipates soon earning a master's degree in strategic communication, having made a return trip to SUNY Oswego on the advice of a friend.

Research

Quest celebration to keep growing with kickoff at Oswego's Syracuse campus

March 1, 2019

Quest, a signature day -- now two days, for the first time ever -- to celebrate the scholarship and creativity of SUNY Oswego students, faculty and staff, takes aim again this year at engaging even more participants and audiences.

Awards + honors

Online MBA among U.S. News rankings of top programs

February 1, 2019

SUNY Oswego's online MBA continues its place among the nation and state's top online master of business administration programs, according to U.S. News & World Report's 2019 "Best Online Degree Programs: MBA."