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  • Mulvihill, Kaline; Wemesfelder, Rebecca; Hoffman, Melanie; Bamerick, Melissa; Walerstein, Rachel; Hidley, Annie; Sauchelli, Liz; Russomano, Steve; Scutt, Katie; Underkofler, Logan; Jennings, Zach; DeLeo, Michelle; Marcus, Phil; Tabeek, Justin; Harsma, Lauren; Sperino, Brittany; Gatewood, Zachary; Donegan, Joseph; Nargi, Amanda; Zebrowski, Marci; Jansen, Amber-lee; Rusyn, Leigh; Dupras, Marisa; Andersen, Megan; Carawan, Alex; Maxon, Fred; Buckel, Charles; Korbesmeyer, Brad, Faculty Advisor (2011-05-31)
    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.
  • Rusyn, Leigh; Carawan, Alex; Jenson, Amber-Lee; Schneider, Bethany; Korbesmeyer, Brad, Faculty Advisor; Horsford, Brittany Sperino; Schumacher, Cassandra; Passage, Danielle; McGuire, Edward; Moore, Jessie Rose; Perez, Joey; Malcolm, Kaitlyn; Forbes, Kathleen; Morton, Kathleen; Boyko, Mariya; Andersen, Megan; Martindale, Molly; Pearl, Natalie; Brown, Nicholas; Brown, Nicholas; Carroll, Nilson; Elliot, Phillip; Mendoza, Robin; Castilano, Theresa; Tomaselli, Victoria; Kjarval, Vala; McCan, Brittany; Jackson, Lauren; Valeska, Nathan; Cruz, Mia; Mastrangelo, Justin; Guthrie, Zak; Cigliano, Rob; Kline, Thomas; Richmond, Brian; McCabe, Michael; Rafte, Kate; Jennings, Zach; Raineri, Jackie; Kinna, Emma; Harmer, Matthew; Turner, Emily; DeJohn, Brittany; Pschierer, Deanna; Griffin, Emily; Daniels, Christopher; Gluck, Lena; Sauchelli, Elizabeth; Hickman, Amber (2012-05-02)
    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.
  • Rusyn, Leigh; Schneider, Bethany; Carroll, Nilson; Horsford, Brittany Sperino; Murphy, Jessie; Korbesmeyer, Brad, Faculty Advisor; Matarese, Nicole; Mahoney, Chelsey; Chambers, Chris; Carroll, Cassidy; Clark, Mackenzie; Louis, Josh; Molella, Graham; Parsnow, Luke; Valentine, Chris; Borth, Marilyn; Boyea, Andrew; Junco, Yadira; Stiles, Michelle; Arnone, Liz; Davis, Kathryne; Kearns, Torrin; Martindale, Molly; Mills, Kristy; Scretching, Tamara; Cruz, Luzmaria; Donohue, Patrick; Graziano, Nick; Wilson, Zachary; Tran, Emily; McCann, Brittany; Edwards, Amanda; Burke, Kristen; Clock, Taylor; Owens, David; Dodge, Joel; Lucas, Ethan; McCabe, Michael; Coyle, Shelby; Henderson, Collin; McCarthy, Gavin; Woods, Dylan; Decker, Winifred; Anderson, Blake; Schneider, Andrew; Cornfield, Mary Katherine; Morrison, Patricia; Washak, Jessica; Dupras, Marisa; Salamone, Jessica; Pisicchio, Marissa; Valeksa, Nathan; Baumgras, Andrew; Walters, Danielle; Kopper, Kristen; Ng, Brittany; Lynch, Kaley; Dale, Raymond; Schifferele, Jenna; Martinez, Olivia; Schofield, Julie; Alleena, K.M.; Holmes, Marian; Cluette, Summer; Smith, Miranda (2013-05-02)
    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.
  • Staci Page, Renee Page; Kate, Roseann Bayne; Brad T. Parsons, Beverlee Salley; Cindy Guadagno, Garrett Wagner; Tom Fugalli, Robert LaRocque; Justin Goltermann, Barbara Flayton; Garrett Wagner, Stacy Bardon; Sasha Kipervarg, George Liveris; Carol Lademan, Christene Barberich; Kim Maniscalo, Ginger Suntag; Abbey Weiss (2010-11-26)
    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.
  • Dorsey, Justin; Lee-Fang, Lee; Morris, Megan K. (2008-10-24)
    The purpose of this paper is to discuss environmental issues concerning Oswego State University. These issues include current commitments we are undertaking and changes that have already been made. It will also include ...
  • Schlegel, Daniel R. (2008-10-24)
    Here the early work on a new user interface for the Evolve ZAMS stellar evolution code is presented. The initial goal of this project is to provide an easy way to generate and visualize stellar evolution tracks for use in ...
  • Pursel, Kyle (2008-10-24)
    This presentation will report on the work and results of a genetic study on the wood turtle, Glyptemys insculpta, at two sites in Eastern Oswego County, NY for the Student/Faculty Challenge Grant. This study looked ...
  • Leader, Nori G.; Cuthill, Ian (2008-10-24)
    Store brands of U.S. packaged food products have made considerable strides in the last 20 years. Readily available technology has enabled manufacturers and retailers to understand consumer trends and buying habits and ...
  • Aizer, Andrew; Letcher, Ted; Steiger, Scott (2008-10-24)
    Lake-effect weather can affect millions of lives in upstate New York every winter. A major field project aimed at studying lake-effect weather is currently in the planning stages. In order to assist the planning and ...
  • Sara Ressing (2008-10-24)
    Long-term longitudinal studies can provide information on habitat quality over time. The Short-tailed shrew (Blarina brevicauda) is carnivorous, abundant in most habitats and lives 18 months or less. Ageing criteria based ...
  • Unknown author (2008-10-24)
    The Scholarly and Creative Activity Committee (SCAC) and the Office of Research and Sponsored Programs (ORSP) are genuinely proud to present the first Quest Proceedings. For many years we have been thinking about publishing ...
  • Phoenix, Daniel; Wilcox, Ellen; Halsey, Jessica; Ruckel, Lindsay; Fancher, Hannah; Gardiner, Matthew; House, Hollie; Isbell, Kimberly; Knoop, Kelly; Monaghan, Kelly; Richwalder, Alex; Smith, Kristen; Kyunghye, Yoon (2011-04-27)
    The Quest Proceedings are papers presented at Quest, SUNY Oswego's annual symposium dedicated to sharing the scholarly and creative pursuits of faculty, staff, and students.
  • Feldheim, Andrew (2008-11-03)
    In this paper, I reply to Ward Churchill’s contention that, in struggles against tyrannical regimes and oppressive political systems, nonviolent resistance is ineffectual without either corresponding violence or the threat ...
  • Maxwell, George; Shearer, Robert; Kundell, J.E.; Spafford, R.A.; Del Prete, K.; Tritman, N.D.; Bocsor, J.G.; Demers, J.E. (2011-07-06)
    This issue contains selected papers from limnological investigations of Little Sodus Bay and neighboring bays along the southern shore of Lake Ontario. Located approximately 15 miles from the Oswego campus, this sheltered ...
  • Bieber, Andrew; Bollenbacher, Michael; Brown, Joseph; Dillon, Theresa; Dosch, Deborah; Elliott, Carol; Giordano, Angelo; Meier, Paul; Smith, Gerald (2011-06-21)
    The study was designed and conducted by the student participants to provide needed information on the habitats and wildlife found within the 36 square mile Oswego County Coastal Zone. The studies included works on vegetation, ...
  • Hickey, John; Maxwell, George; Shearer, Robert (2011-07-06)
    This issue of the Rice Creek Biological Field Station Bulletin is devoted to a study of the flora of Rice Creek Biological Field Station, completed by John Hickey, a graduate student at State University College, Oswego, ...
  • Maxwell, George; Smith, Gerald; Ruta, Patricia; Carrolan, Thomas; Shearer, Robert (2011-06-22)
    The avian component constitutes a visible and vital part of the St. Lawrence River Ecosystem. In numbers of species, birds are the most abundant vertebrates with 260+ species occurring regularly in the region. They range ...
  • Weeks, John; Cox, Donald (2011-07-06)
    Planning for Rice Creek Field Station began in 1962 and the station began operating in 1966. At that time much of the land that comprised field station grounds was in hayfields and very young evergreen plantations. Since ...
  • Weeks, John; Cox, Donald; Hawkins, Ed; Solosky, Mike; Hunsinger, Todd (2011-07-06)
    Foremost among the goals of Rice Creek Field Station is the promotion of environmental awareness. This has been a theme in college courses, school programs, summer courses for children, and programs for the public offered ...
  • Smith, Gerald; Ryan, James (2011-07-06)
    The idea for this publication was conceived one day atop Derby Hill at the conclusion of a glorious April day when the skies were crammed with migrants of every description. This flight had involved both high numbers and ...

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