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Sixteen environmental sustainability students recently returned from a two-week summer field course in Guatemala, where they conducted water sampling in and around Lake Atitlán and worked to find community-based solutions to clean up the lake.
Students and faculty at SUNY Oneonta’s Biological Field Station on Otsego Lake in Cooperstown are excited about a new, state-of-the-art piece of equipment that will allow them to significantly expand their research and increase efficiency.
SUNY Oneonta has received a $354,439 grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to support an engineering and science education project that, according to participating students and professors, has already had a positive impact.
College students may be out of town, but summertime on campus is anything but quiet. This week, 24 middle schoolers from Otsego, Delaware and Chenango counties are participating in the annual GoSTEM Summer Institute, a day camp held at SUNY Oneonta for seventh, eighth, and ninth-graders. The theme of this year’s Institute is “How It Works – Nature Tech, Nature Inspiring Technology.”