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  • Campus Update. Vol. 19, no. 10 

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  • Desktop Relational Search or One Way AI could save us from our Files 

    Schlegel, Daniel R. (2008-10-24)
    Herein a new system for the automatic organization of user files based on metadata is presented. The system is based on a new derivative of Kohonen’s Self-Organizing Map algorithm which is also discussed in detail. The ...
  • An Ethic of Care Critique 

    Hassan, Thea (2008-11-03)
    The foundation upon which ethics should be based is debatable in the field of philosophy. Nel Noddings proposes “An Ethic of Caring” which offers a feminist approach to ethics based on caring. Noddings’ ethic of care is ...
  • Evaluation of Persistent Contaminant Levels in Great Lakes Salmon Eggs 

    Alexander, Colleen M.; Pagano, James J. (2008-10-24)
    Chinook, coho, and steelhead eggs collected in 2006 from Lake Ontario, L. Erie, L. Michigan, and L. Superior were analyzed by gas chromatography for congener-specific polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polybrominated ...
  • Future of Retirement Benefits 

    Muniz, Marie (2008-11-03)
    Defined benefit plans were the main type of retirement plans offered by companies up until the mid 1980s. From the mid 1980s to the present there has been a dramatic increase in the number of defined contribution plans. ...
  • Great Lake Review 2000-2001 

    Katherine Semtner; Sean Treacy; David Spano; Sarah Hebblethwaite; Kristy Winks; Carl Holtje; Kim Trela; Kevin Drake; Julie Bednar; Bret Gillan; Daphne Gruzman; Selena Carroll; Ann Gray; Sandra Yannone, advisor; Sarah Beckwith; Mark Mazzoli; Merrilee Witherell; Allison Bernstein; Kenton Morales; Andrew McIlwraith; Nick Mazzeo; Mark Wilton; Craig Nelson; Valerie Dielman; Sarah Askew; Ryan Orilio; Alfred D'Amico; Greg Shemkovitz; Jim Smits; Kayoko Natsume; Keith Baldwin; Stella Woodward; Jillian J. Stankewich (2010-11-29)
    Great Lake Review is SUNY Oswego's student-edited literary and art magazine. Great Lake Review is published, in general, every semester, and contains primarily student art work, poetry, fiction, and other literary works.
  • Great Lake Review 2001-2002 

    Sean Treacy; Julie Bednar; Sarah Hebblethwaith; Selena Carroll; David Spano; Sean Treacy; Kim Trela; Bret Gillan; Christine Fiorile; Alicia Pullchene; Daniel McCabe; Joellen Kwiatek, advisor; Donna Johnson; Mike Russo; Mark Wilton; Greg Shemkovitz; Carolyn Kelley; Kenton Morales; Chelsea Bunnell; Charles Yallowitz; Ann Aumick; Travis Durfee; Jack Morales; Jill Stankwich; Mike Russo (2010-12-17)
    Great Lake Review is SUNY Oswego's student-edited literary and art magazine. Great Lake Review is published, in general, every semester, and contains primarily student art, poetry, fiction, and other literary works.
  • Great Lake Review Fall 1974 Volume 2, Number 1 

    Wiecha, Joe; Wahl, Mark; Deacons, Deborah; Haberski, Marilyn; Gressani, Cheryl; Regan, Scott; Knapp, John; Shaljian, Diane; Gomez, Marga; Miller, S; Lowerre, Tom; Harrison, Donald; Blemmer, Al; Bamel, Jodi; Johnson, Jim; Timm, Kathryn; Tomaselli,Maria; Kandilou, Peter; Kraushaar, Kay; Hannon, Paul (2010-11-10)
    Great Lake Review is SUNY Oswego's student-edited literary and art magazine. Great Lake Review is published, in general, every semester, and contains primarily student art work, poetry, fiction, and other literary work.