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Ann Gold studies religious traditions in North India

Aug 2, 2011
Study funded by Fulbright-Hays Faculty Research Abroad grant

Rethinking the Donner Party Tragedy

Aug 2, 2011
Anthropologist fleshes out the truth in troubling tales of Old West

In the evolutionary mating game, brawn and stealth rule

Dec 23, 2010
When prowling for a hook up, it's not always the good-looker who gets the girl. In fact, in a certain species of South American fish, brawn and stealth beat out colorful and refined almost every time.

Belfer Archive awarded $505,000 grant from Andrew W. Mellon Foundation

Dec 22, 2010
Arts and Sciences to integrate Belfer resources into scholarly work

Syracuse University partners with National Park Service to study bison grazing in Yellowstone

Dec 17, 2010
Increasing numbers of bison raises concern about grassland vitality. Study will incorporate ecological research techniques pioneered at SU.

New book by SU English professor argues need for publicly engaged scholarship

Dec 14, 2010
"Word on the Street" addresses gap between study of literature in academy, interests of common reader

Biophysicist receives 2010 CAREER Award for work on cell membranes

Dec 11, 2010
The award will enhance research in the organization, structure, and function of cell membranes in living organisms.

SU basketball game a first for local refugees, thanks to First Year Forum students

Dec 3, 2010
First-year program facilitates students' transition to college life

Arts and Sciences announces First Year Seminars to fulfill first-year writing requirement

Dec 3, 2010
Courses teach academic writing within thematic framework

SU, Congolese community, Syracuse Stage present new documentary theater piece

Dec 2, 2010
"Cry for Peace" part of 2010 Syracuse Symposium

SU poet Christopher Kennedy wins NEA fellowship

Dec 2, 2010
Professor uses grant to write about mother's struggle with Alzheimer's

Syracuse Symposium to offer spring seminar courses on Conflict: Peace and War

Nov 24, 2010
Courses designed to continue "conflict" theme throughout academic year

Holidays at Hendricks heralds season with annual concert Dec. 5

Nov 24, 2010
Concert to be broadcast on WCNY TV, radio

2011 Dulye Leadership Experience prepares students to get that dream job

Nov 24, 2010
Annual program open to all juniors and seniors

Syracuse University senior receives prestigious international Marshall Scholarship

Nov 24, 2010
John Giammatteo is SU's first Marshall Scholar

Syracuse University Brass Ensemble presents holiday concerts

Nov 22, 2010
Award-winning group performs throughout Central New York

Syracuse University psychologist wins NSF CAREER award to study memory

Nov 17, 2010
CAREER Award most sought after in natural sciences

Pan Am 103 lead investigator will speak Nov. 11 as part of Syracuse Symposium

Nov 8, 2010
Richard A. Marquise led the investigation from its inception

Memmer to deliver Raymond Carver lecture Nov. 3

Oct 30, 2010
Poet is founder, director of YMCA Downtown Writer's Center in Syracuse

Wobick-Segev named postdoctoral teaching fellow in Judaic Studies

Oct 21, 2010
Appointment made possible through FJC matching grant

Ray Smith Symposium presents War in Iraq concert, symposium, seminar Nov. 14-16

Oct 21, 2010
Events build on Syracuse Symposium "conflict" theme

SU presents panel discussion on Nazi property seizure Nov. 5

Oct 21, 2010
Event focuses on landmark Nacher v. Dresdner case

Memorial service planned for Gerlinde Ulm Sanford Nov. 9

Oct 14, 2010
German professor spent more than four decades at SU

Alejandra Pizarnik symposium to be held Oct. 20

Oct 8, 2010
Event explores "conflict" theme in life, work of Latin American poet

Milton First-Year Lecture presents Harvard linguist Steven Pinker

Oct 6, 2010
Event is part of College's first-year experience

University hosts eastern sectional American Mathematics Society meeting Oct. 2-3

Sep 30, 2010
Hundreds expected to attend series of professional events

The SU Humanities Center continues 'conflict' theme with lecture, symposium devoted to modern African literature, Oct. 14-15

Sep 30, 2010
University hosts array of African literary scholars, including author Adichie

Adrienne Mayor to speak on Mithradates at Moses Finley Memorial Lecture Oct. 18

Sep 28, 2010
Stanford professor discusses world's first experimental toxicologist

Wiles receives 2010 Science and Technology Outreach Award from TACNY

Sep 27, 2010
Biology professor also holds appointments in science teaching, Project Advance

Illuminating Oppression: 8th Annual Human Rights Film Festival to feature award-winning films

Sep 27, 2010
Film festival central to "conflict" theme of Syracuse Symposium

Syracuse Symposium hosts yearlong Perpetual Peace Project

Sep 25, 2010
Arts and Sciences plays leadership role in galvanizing world leaders, scholars, and thinkers

Pulitzer Prize-winning author, New Yorker staff writer Louis Menand to lecture at SU Oct. 7

Sep 16, 2010
"Metaphysical Club" author is also renowned scholar, book critic, and essayist

SU Humanities Center explores conflict with Mini Seminar series

Sep 14, 2010
Invitation-only series draws from Syracuse, Ray Smith symposia speakers

New book breaks down revolutionary movements behind Obama campaign

Sep 10, 2010
SU professor Horace Campbell examines new importance of self-organization in politics

Skylab astronaut Gerald Carr presents 2010 Astronaut Scholars Award

Sep 8, 2010
SU senior is among 20 students nationwide to receive prestigious award

Sanford Sternlicht revisits Modern Irish Drama

Sep 8, 2010
New edition charts path of modern Irish drama, as well as covers lives and careers of over 50 playwrights

Native American author launches Syracuse Symposium

Aug 30, 2010
Leslie Marmon Silko reads from "Ceremony" and from upcoming memoir

Gail Bulman named chair of SU's LLL department

Aug 30, 2010
Professor noted for work with Spanish Program, SU Abroad, and First Year Forum

SU mounts most ambitious Syracuse Symposium to date with Conflict: Peace and War

Aug 19, 2010
Annual festival is organized and presented by The SU Humanities Center

Ray Smith Symposium Addresses Music of Conflict and Reconciliation

Aug 19, 2010
Series complements "conflict" theme of Syracuse Symposium

Gary Radke '73 charts success with Leonardo exhibition, recent discoveries

Aug 4, 2010
Exhibition by noted art scholar sets attendance record at The Getty

Physicists develop model that pushes the limits of Quantum Theory and Relativity

Aug 4, 2010
Theoretical model explains violation of Pauli exclusion principle

Rennie Simson named chair of SU's African American studies

Jul 20, 2010
Longtime AAS professor also has illustrious history at SUNY

Greenberg named associate dean of curriculum, instruction, programming in Arts and Sciences

Jul 20, 2010
Noted administrator, professor continues as The College's senior associate dean

SU School of Education, College of Arts and Sciences faculty receive NSF grant to develop digital video research lab

Jun 11, 2010
Grant will develop infastructure to capture and analyze video data

The College of Arts and Sciences announces Excellence Initiatives Projects

Jun 5, 2010
More than $83,000 in planning and seed grants awarded to eight faculty members

Global management consultant chairs board of SU College of Arts and Sciences

Jun 1, 2010
Win Weber, veteran management consultant, aims to expand role of BOV

SU Humanities Center announces 2010-11 doctoral fellows

May 14, 2010
Tanushree Ghosh and Donovan Schaefer to play a leadership role on campus

SU linguist lands coveted Humboldt Research Award

May 4, 2010
Jaklin Kornfilt will use award to study in Germany, 2010-11

SU mourns loss of beloved German scholar, teacher

May 3, 2010
Like idol Goethe, Gerlinde Sanford saw best in everyone

SU professor to chair national Water Sciences & Technology Board

May 3, 2010
Donald Siegel will serve three-year term starting July

SU launches signature Integrated Learning Majors

Apr 28, 2010
New opportunities in forensic science, ethics, and neuroscience

Syracuse University announces new minor in Asian/Asian American studies

Apr 26, 2010
Twelve departments co-sponsor new interdisciplinary minor

SU marks 60th anniversary of condensed matter physics program

Apr 24, 2010
Weekend events honor program and physicist "Arny" Honig

SU takes top honors at New York State Russian Language Competition

Apr 21, 2010
Arts and Sciences students take first and third place overall

SU English professor receives prestigious award from American Academy of Arts and Letters

Apr 21, 2010
Award considered highest formal recognition of artistic merit

2010 SU Showcase releases detailed schedule of events

Apr 19, 2010
College's Soling Program plays organizational role

Holocaust property seizure and legal recovery focus of April 16 lecture

Apr 16, 2010
Event focuses on landmark case, Nacher vs. Dresdner Bank

John Yinger to receive 2010 College of Arts and Sciences Wasserstrom Prize

Apr 14, 2010
Trustee Professor of Public Administration and Economics is role model for graduate students

Upcoming lecture focuses on gender justice, feminist mediation, Islamic reformation in Malaysia

Apr 14, 2010
Lecturer Azza Basarudin discusses how Malaysian women "reposition" themselves in society

Professors Franits, Fadda-Conrey earn NEH summer stipends

Apr 13, 2010
Award supports two months of writing, research

SU Library, Humanities Center to host sampling symposium in New York City

Apr 9, 2010
Daylong event examines culture, technology, and law of sound sampling

SU Brass Ensemble adds April 1 concert to spring lineup

Apr 1, 2010
Group joins others for "CNY Brass Bash" in Fulton, NY

San Andreas Fault Zone is the topic for SU's annual Chauncey D. Holmes Lecture and Award Ceremony

Mar 26, 2010
Twelve SU students also to be recognized for earth science scholarship

Team led by SU professor discovers new technique to engineer nanoscale templates

Mar 25, 2010
"Flow and gel" process has solar energy applications

Glow-in-the-dark sperm sheds light on sexual selection

Mar 18, 2010
Groundbreaking research also has huge implications for reproductive biology and speciation

SU Brass Ensemble announces spring concert lineup

Mar 14, 2010
Concerts span Bach, Hollywood, and light pops and classics

SU welcomes new development director in Arts and Sciences

Mar 9, 2010
Fran Hradil brings 20 years experience to College advancement

John Coltrane Memorial Contemporary Jazz Series announces spring 2010 lineup

Mar 5, 2010
Saxophonists Fred Ho and Salim Washington kick off spring series

A&S student a finalist in College Start-Up contest sponsored by Inc. magazine

Mar 3, 2010
Economics major finds success with "bed transforming pillow"

27th annual MLK Memorial Public Affairs Lecture

Mar 3, 2010
Pioneering filmmaker noted for exploration of historical, political themes

"Faculty Works" series continues March 2 with poet Bruce Smith

Mar 2, 2010
English professor reads from forthcoming book

Dean George Langford to deliver local Black History Month lecture

Feb 28, 2010
Arts and Sciences dean discusses legacy of pioneering African American biologist

Purple Players explore intersection of labor and expressive arts

Feb 24, 2010
College project gives voice to SU service employees

Discovery by SU Florence professor in Botticelli masterpiece becomes subject of BBC documentary

Feb 22, 2010
Rab Hatfield sheds new light on "The Mystic Nativity"

Scientists are closer to finding dark matter in the universe

Feb 19, 2010
Syracuse University physicists play key role in results

Mellon CNY Humanities Corridor earns extension to continue operations through 2010

Feb 18, 2010
Large-scale partnership gearing up for external review, re-application process

New book by SU English professor explores complex roles of AIDS activist media

Feb 18, 2010
Author Roger Hallas on AIDS, film, and videos

'Gravyland' chronicles urban university writing program

Feb 18, 2010
Author Stephen Parks a force in community writing

SU Mock Trial Team advances to national championship after regional wins

Feb 17, 2010
Second time since 2009 that two SU teams are competing nationally

SU one of six institutions receiving national Judaic studies matching grant

Feb 15, 2010
Judaic studies lands national matching grant

Classical duo mark Women's History Month with album, recitals devoted to author Margaret Atwood

Feb 9, 2010
Arts and Sciences professor Eileen Strempel commissions music from top female composers

Syracuse University undergraduate Moot Court team places fifth nationally

Feb 9, 2010
Arts and Sciences students place fifth out of 64 teams

Gregg Lambert charts global course for the humanities

Feb 3, 2010
SU Humanities Center director addresses new international paradigm

SU professor wins MLA award for feminist scholarship

Feb 3, 2010
Kathryn Everly explores role of women in Spanish Civil War

NIH awards $3 million to College of Arts and Sciences researchers

Feb 2, 2010
Biology, physics benefit from federal funding

SU receives teaching grant to develop stem-cell undergraduate course

Feb 2, 2010
Daylong event examines culture, technology, and law of sound sampling

Instrumental Living

Feb 1, 2010
Renowned luthier Tom Ribbecke uses music to help at-risk youth