A new minor in sustainability studies lends energy and coordination to a wide variety of courses that feature ideas, projects and policies for better stewardship of the world.
The art department this fall rolled out a new minor in photography that offers a 21-credit focus to a popular medium among students.
When Fehmi Damkaci peers at the computer monitor next to the gleaming electron gun of the college’s new scanning electron microscope, he sees the future — a vital piece of equipment for the sciences and their new home.
Two new graduate certificate programs in health will help address a pressing need, fueled by federal mandates and incentives, for trained workers to make medical records available electronically across the spectrum of health care providers.
After a yearlong study, SUNY Oswego has attained a silver rating in the STARS higher education sustainability tracking system, laying out achievements to date and a road map for improvements in “green” initiatives across the institution.
SUNY Oswego has received a two-year, $300,000 National Science Foundation grant to develop a program to attract talented science and math students to teaching and to retain them in the profession.
SUNY Oswego’s Benjamin Ogwo led a team of five other faculty members to his native Nigeria this summer to help train college professors in preparing teachers for technical vocations.
A new Mentor-Scholar Program will pair as many as 75 SUNY Oswego students with Oswego Middle School students identified as at risk of dropping out before graduation.