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SUNYGeneseo Geologist Involved in Investigating Surface of Mars.

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‘Soaring Stars’ Summer Program Continues to Benefit Students from Rural Areas

SUNY Geneseo’s summer learning program for elementary school students in rural areas is in its sixth year and Program Director Annmarie Urso continues to be pleased with the educational and social progress the students make.

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Geography Faculty Members Earn NSF Grant to Study Oak Forests

Three geography faculty members have received a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research in Undergraduate Institutions (RUI) award of $232,099 for a collaborative research project to assess the environmental and human drivers and the cultural dimension of changes in oak forests in the eastern United States.

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Mistletoe Research May Keep You Healthy

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A new study examines the spread of mistletoe—a parasitic plant—and finds that the plant’s success is determined not only by its compatibility with a host tree, but also whether or not the plants’ fruiting seasons overlap. Knowing what factors are necessary for the parasite to spread may help scientists better understand the variability of other parasitic interactions, including infectious diseases.

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Mountain Class: Geography Students Explore How Communities Work — in the Rockies

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“Bear spray will be provided.” Those five words at the end of the syllabus for Geography 269 are just one of several indications that the summer course is not your average study abroad offering.

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Geneseo Named a ‘Voter Friendly’ Campus

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SUNY Geneseo is among 83 campuses in 23 states recently designated a “Voter-Friendly Campus” by the national nonpartisan organizations Campus Vote Project (CVP) and NASPA-Student Affairs Administrators in Higher Education.

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Geneseo Planetary Geologist Involved in Determining Next Mars Rover Landing Site

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Nicholas Warner, assistant professor of geology, was among planetary geologists recently presenting evidence to NASA scientists on the best Mars landing sites for the next rover mission, scheduled to launch in 2020.

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Physics Tradition Bridges Past with Future

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Associate Professor of Physics Ed Pogozelski and his student bridge-building competition have come a long way since the spaghetti year of ’97. That’s when he used food as the construction material of choice after learning — just two weeks ahead of time— that the annual physics department event was among his responsibilities as a new adjunct.

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Leading Native American History Scholar at SUNY Geneseo: “Much Hangs in the Balance at Standing Rock”

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SUNY Geneseo Composer Embarks on Music Project in Antarctica

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A SUNY Geneseo faculty member is heading to Antarctica with a team of climate scientists this month where he will gather information to compose music based upon seismic data gathered at the site.


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