OSCAR
Office of Student Creative Activity and Research

More Research links:

To view the 2013 Student Research and Creativity Exposition program, click here.

Brittany White, Leah Kerns, Whitney Riley (Psychology); Alyssa Medo, Hannah Farley (Chemistry); and Michelle Sudyn (Biology), take part in program in Albany, NY to display research results to Legislature - click here for pictures and article.

Student Travel Form (pdf)

To see student travel monies that were allocated for Fall 2012, click here (pdf)

To see student travel monies that were allocated for Spring 2013, click here (pdf) 

 

Click here to see some of the projects that took place on campus during the 2012 - 2013 school year.

Information for Undergraduate Researchers (pdf)

 

Dr. Jack Croxton

OSCAR Director:
Jack Croxton, Ph.D.

Welcome to the Office of Student Creative Activity and Research (OSCAR) webpage. The links listed in the column on the left contain information about undergraduate research opportunities at SUNY Fredonia, as well as information relevant to students and faculty mentors interested in undergraduate research.

Don't miss the 16th Annual Student Research and Creativity Exposition!

 

Be in the Williams Center between 1 and 6 p.m. on

May 1 to see what the students have been

working on all year.

 
You may view the expo schedule at the following link:
2014 Student Expo Schedule
 

 

 

 


 

Thank you to everyone who participated in the 2013

Student Research and Creativity Exposition.

 

 


The mission of the Office of Student Creative Activity and Research is to promote and support student scholarly activity and creative work across the SUNY Fredonia campus. Such an endeavor is integral to the teaching and learning experience. It provides an opportunity for students to become closely affiliated with a faculty mentor and to develop skills and knowledge that will benefit them in the future. Clearly, both students and faculty benefit from such activity, and therefore it is important that the institution make a concerted effort to promote such collaborations

The OSCAR office opened in 2006 as part of SUNY Fredonia’s efforts to institutionalize undergraduate research. The office is part of Academic Affairs and its mission is to promote and provide students with a variety of research, scholarly, and creative opportunities in all academic disciplines. The office is led by Dr. Jack Croxton and housed in the Department of Psychology is Thompson Hall. Activities coordinated by the office include a the annual Student Research and Creativity Exposition, funding to support travel for students presenting/performing at professional meetings and conferences.


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