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Political science professor Stephen Rosow earns SUNY honor for scholarly work

May 11, 2018

Stephen Rosow, professor of political science, recently earned the 2018 Chancellor's Award for Excellence in Scholarly and Creative Activities, a SUNY-wide honor given for "sustained intellectual vibrancy."

Research

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.

Society

State approves new major in philosophy, politics and economics

April 10, 2018

Abraham Lincoln: politician, philosopher or economist? Was John Stuart Mill just a philosopher? Was Adam Smith just an economist? A new SUNY Oswego degree program to launch this fall underscores the answer: Academic disciplines, like careers, often intersect, regardless of boundaries and labels.

Society

4 Oswego students advocate on Capitol Hill

April 12, 2017

Four SUNY Oswego students were among those representing their fellow students across the state during a recent SUNY Students on the Hill event on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., on March 28 and 29.

Vote Oswego 'blitz week' energizes college registration campaign

October 5, 2016

A semester-long SUNY Oswego class project to encourage students to register and vote in November’s presidential election and local races reached a crescendo recently as the Vote Oswego drive recruited students across campus to pitch in for a “blit

Democracy now comes in variety of forms, new book argues

November 5, 2015

Traditional theories of what constitutes a democracy must make way for multiple new approaches to the concept around the world, SUNY Oswego political science professor Dr. Stephen J. Rosow and Australian colleague Dr.

Professor's book traces key Supreme Court free-speech decisions

September 9, 2015

SUNY Oswego political science faculty member Helen J. Knowles co-edited and helped write “Judging Free Speech,” a new book exploring the First Amendment opinions of nine key justices over the course of 100 years of Supreme Court decisions.