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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.

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Oswego student earns fellowship for public policy institute at Princeton

April 16, 2018

With an interest in public service, SUNY Oswego junior political science and history major Connor Breese is set to participate in the prestigious Junior Summer Institute program at Princeton University through the Public Policy and International Affairs Program.

Faculty profile: Murat Yasar

May 15, 2017

Meet history faculty member Murat Yasar.

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Fiddling with history: Musical manuscript unlocks America's past

April 13, 2017

How is a collection of fiddle music a key to the past? David Deacon of SUNY Oswego's history faculty explains the importance of Thomas Wilson's 1823 fiddle manuscript.

Oswego professor co-edits book on evolution of home economics

July 2, 2015

The field once known as home economics is alive, well and informing many other branches of knowledge, according to a new book co-edited by SUNY Oswego history professor and Honors Program Director Gwen Kay.

Alumnus author to speak about history of black opposition to nuclear bombs

February 9, 2015

Dr. Vincent J. Intondi, who received a SUNY Oswego master of arts degree in history in 2003, will speak about and sign his book, “African Americans Against the Bomb,” in a free Black History Month presentation at 2 p.m. Monday, Feb.