SUNY Oswego professors don't just know their subjects ... many of them wrote the book. Literally.Author's update of 'Gangs' details growing criminal enterprises
In the seven years since SUNY Oswego sociologist Tim Delaney wrote “American Street Gangs,” membership in gangs has soared, many have moved into white-collar crime, and deadly transnational gangs have expanded their trafficking in drugs and humans.Oswego biologist's study suggests return of cougars to Adirondacks
In an article published Jan. 8, SUNY Oswego biology faculty member Dr. John Laundré suggests that a forest preserve in the Adirondack Mountains can accommodate the reintroduction 150 to 350 cougars, challenging previous findings.Oswego professor's book explores rise, reception of Christian rap
SUNY Oswego faculty member Dr. David Moody examines Christian rap and gospel hip-hop as an evolution of black liberation theology in his recently published book “Political Melodies in the Pews?: The Voice of the Black Christian Rapper in the Twenty-first Century Church.”New book explores cougars' return to Midwest habitats
Dr. John Laundre, an adjunct member of SUNY Oswego’s biological sciences faculty, documents the return of cougars to the Midwest in a new book that looks at their past and sees potential for an Eastern return for these large predators.Philosopher's book explores nature of scientific advances
Dr. K. Brad Wray, an associate professor of philosophy, has written a new book exploring one of the 20th century’s most influential and revolutionary science philosophers.