With sharpened focus on the cutting edge of science, technology, engineeringand math, SUNY Oswego leaders broke ground on a campus-transforming, $118 million build Sept. 17.
Rita Irwin ’77 calls her coworkers her family. Never mind that some of them have flippers.
An $86,000 grant from the National Science Foundation will provide SUNY Oswego meteorology faculty member Scott Steiger ’99 and his students the tools to chase the most intense snowstorms and collect first-of-its-kind data.
The Great Lakes Fishery Commission has awarded a SUNY Oswego conservation geneticist a $62,822 grant to study small, bottom-dwelling Lake Ontario fish called deepwater sculpin — once thought extinct there.
SUNY Oswego’s will receive a $200,000 grant to study the status of women faculty in science, technology, engineering and math, or STEM, disciplines at the college.
Thinking outside the box helped David Troilo ’80 create an interdisciplinary major that combined his interest in psychology with animal behavior and neuroscience. The freedom Oswego gave him to create his own course of study allowed him to go on to graduate study and a successful career in developmental visual neuroscience.
Noah Clay ’97 is a guy who likes to put things into simple terms. You might say he likes to cut things down to size – both in terms of his work and his nature.
Q. Why is experiential learning important, especially in the