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SU’s Arts & Sciences, School of Education offer joint degree in Spanish Education

Dec 18, 2013
Program meets NYS certification requirements for teaching grades 7-12

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Giving Peace a Chance


Dec 12, 2013
The Perpetual Peace Project has thrust The SU Humanities Center--and the liberal arts--onto the world stage

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College of Arts and Sciences’ George Langford announces plans to step down as dean

Dec 12, 2013
Dean Langford will complete term in June 2014 and then rejoin science faculty

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Two Named 2013 Fellows of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Dec 5, 2013
Dean Langford, Professor Marchetti recognized by world's foremost scientific organization

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SU’s physics department yields award-winning dissertations

Dec 4, 2013
Shiladitya Banerjee G'13 and Jedidah Isler recognized for work in biological physics and astrophysics, respectively

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SU biologist develops method for monitoring shipping noise in dolphin habitat

Dec 2, 2013
Nathan Merchant is exploring the link between man-made noise and marine mammal populations

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'Holidays at Hendricks' heralds the season Dec. 8

Nov 27, 2013
Concert features The College's own SU Brass Ensemble

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Jane Springer to conclude fall Carver Reading Series Dec. 4

Nov 27, 2013
Award-winning poet teaches at Hamilton College

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'Bloodstain Pattern Analysis' course affirms SU's status as forensics leader

Nov 25, 2013
SU is one of only two universities in the country to offer an IABPA-approved course

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SU professor organizes ‘visual literacy’ institute to strengthen immigrant voice

Nov 22, 2013
Amanda Brown thinks a new initiative called CALTA21 will transform second-language teaching

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Climate Change Garden mixes future with present

Nov 21, 2013
Garden is brainchild of SU biology professors

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Memoirist Strayed to Give Next Carver Reading

Nov 18, 2013
Cheryl Strayed G'02 to discuss creative writing, read from best-selling 'Wild'

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SU professor's neuroimaging work featured in 'Nature' article

Nov 14, 2013
Psychologist Corey White uses fMRI skills to leverage interdisciplinary collaborations

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Retired Philosphy Professor Edward McClennen Dies

Nov 13, 2013
Known for expertise in decision and game theory, moral and political philosophy

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Stephen Maisto gets five-year extension of NIH Senior Scientist Award

Nov 12, 2013
Grant enables professor to train next generation of substance abuse researchers

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Stephen Dunn Is Next Carver Speaker

Nov 12, 2013
He won the 2001 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for "Different Hours"

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SU chemist lands 'Best Idea Grant'

Nov 12, 2013
James Hougland uses grant to study life-threatening childhood obesity

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ChemImage Partners with SU to train students in hyperspectral imaging

Nov 12, 2013
HSI technology is powerful imaging tool for forensic examiners

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SU Brass Ensemble returns to Little Falls for benefit concert Nov. 17

Nov 12, 2013
Trumpeter Craig Elwood G'90, French hornist Claire Tuxill McKenney to appear as soloists

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Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute to dedicate new laboratory suite Nov. 8

Nov 4, 2013
Suite focuses on study of bioforensics, combustible materials

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'Philosopher's Annual' lauds article by SU professor

Nov 2, 2013
Michael Caie essay among year's best

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Caie Article Published in The Philosopher’s Annual

Oct 31, 2013
ssistant Professor of Philosophy Michael Caie and his article “Belief and Indeterminacy” were selected for publication in Volume 32 of “The Philosopher’s Annual.” Each year the annual’s team of nominating editors selects 10 of the best essays contributed to the study of philosophy.

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SU boasts two 2013 National Book Award finalists

Oct 21, 2013
Both George Saunders G'88 and Rachel Kushner nominated for "fiction"

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SU, Onondaga Historical Association to explore role of wampum in Haudenosaunee culture Nov. 14-15

Oct 21, 2013
What really happened between French Jesuits and the Onondaga, more than three centuries ago?

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SU Brass Ensemble opens season with concert near Rome, N.Y. Oct. 29

Oct 21, 2013
Group performs as part of "Tuesdays in Lee Center" series

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Delve into the Soundscape on Oct. 22

Oct 18, 2013
World-renowned Lark Quartet helps Syracuse Symposium celebrate "Listening" theme

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Syracuse Symposium continues with 'Art of Listening' poetry reading

Oct 18, 2013
Event showcases two poets: one blind, the other hearing-impaired

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Dympna Callaghan awarded Bogliasco Fellowship

Oct 18, 2013
Shakespearean scholar to spend a month on the Italian Riviera

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Retired Professor H. Daniel Smith dies

Oct 18, 2013
SU religion professor was an author, documentary filmmaker, and collector of Indian art

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Common differences

Oct 18, 2013
Chandra Mohanty appointed Distinguished Professor of Women's and Gender Studies

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SU's Mark Bowick to be honored as new Steele Professor Oct. 31

Oct 16, 2013
Celebration culminates with his lecture on 'unusual physics' of soft matter

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Sternlicht to Lecture on Singer

Oct 13, 2013
Sanford Sternlicht G’62, professor of English, will present a lecture on the life and times of Nobel Prize-winning author Isaac Bashevis Singer at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Temple Adath Yeshurun.

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Listening to 'Scorched': Women, War and Resistance

Oct 8, 2013
A panel discussion called “Listening to 'Scorched': Women, War and Resistance” will be held at 6 p.m. Saturday, Oct. 26, in the Arthur Storch Theatre. The discussion will follow the 3 p.m. matinee of Syracuse Stage’s production of “Scorched” by Wajdi Mouwad and is part of Syracuse Symposium 2013. Admission to the discussion is free, and attendance at the play is not required.

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Sternlicht to Lecture on Singer

Oct 7, 2013
Sanford Sternlicht G’62, professor of English in The College of Arts and Sciences, will present a lecture on the life and times of Nobel Prize-winning author Isaac Bashevis Singer at 10 a.m. on Sunday, Oct. 13, at Temple Adath Yeshurun. Sternlicht’s presentation will launch a new series of lectures sponsored by the temple’s recently resurrected Adult Education Committee.

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SU hosts commutative algebra, algebraic geometry conference Oct. 19

Oct 7, 2013
Annual conference features presenters from North America, Europe, Asia, and India

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SU biologists confirm role of sperm competition in formation of new species

Sep 26, 2013
'Current Biology' article marks culmination of six years of research

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SU physicist develops model for studying tissue pattern formation, malformation during embryonic development



Sep 25, 2013
Professor Lisa Manning wants to know if embryonic tissue behaves more like a solid or liquid--and why

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SU partners with Caltech, Cornell, and Washington to study black holes and neutron stars

Sep 18, 2013
Professor Duncan Brown receives NSF grant to help establish astrophysics network

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Leading Buddhist Monk to Discuss World Hunger, Kick off Local Hunger Initiative

Sep 17, 2013
The Venerable Bhikkhu Bodhi, one of the United States’ most renowned Buddhist monks, is making a rare appearance at Syracuse University.

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Community Folk Art Center presents Philippe Dodard

Sep 14, 2013
The Idea of Modernity in Haitian Contemporary Art

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'Dead Man Walking' Author Helen Prejean to Deliver Borgognoni Lecture Oct. 7

Sep 12, 2013
Roman Catholic is leading voice for abolition of death penalty

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SU’s Communication Sciences and Disorders, Gebbie Clinic mark anniversaries with move to South Campus

Sep 11, 2013
Renovation of 621 Skytop yields 14,000-square feet of academic, research, clinical space

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SU professor, dean emerita lauded for role in discovery of Civil War ironclad

Sep 6, 2013
Cathryn R. Newton was a 16-year-old college student when she helped her father discover the U.S.S. Monitor

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Syracuse University, Onondaga Historical Association, Skä-noñh Center team up for lacrosse expo, Sept. 28-29 at Onondaga Lake Park

Aug 30, 2013
Expo to include games, demos, clinics, live entertainment, and Native arts and crafts

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SU’s Ray Smith symposia to highlight Haudenosaunee oral history, South Asian folk art

Aug 29, 2013
"Listening to the Wampum" and "Transformations in South Asian Folk Arts" expect to draw record crowds

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Syracuse Symposium kicks off ‘Listening’ theme with author, facilitator Misha Glouberman Sept. 12-13

Aug 26, 2013
Speaker is author of best-selling 'Chairs Are Where the People Go'

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Sydney Hutchinson Receives AAUW American Fellowship

Aug 22, 2013
Professor will use award to study gender in Dominican music

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Q&A with Dympna Callaghan

Aug 22, 2013
Writer Cyndi Moritz talks "shop" with the new interim director of The SU Humanities Center

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'Zookeeper’s Wife’ Author Diane Ackerman to Deliver Wali Lecture Sept. 24

Aug 22, 2013
'Hard to keep science out of my writing,' says best-selling author

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SU chemist to study ‘orally effective therapy’ to fight obesity

Aug 13, 2013
Robert Doyle will experiment with 'gut hormone' and vitamin B12

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SU chemists develop ‘fresh, new’ approach to making alloy nanomaterials

Aug 9, 2013
Potential applications include gas storage, heterogeneous catalysis, and lithium-ion batteries

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SU chemists design ‘smart’ nanoparticles to improve drug delivery, DNA self-assembly

Aug 8, 2013
Findings are the subject of an "ACS Nano" journal article

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SU launches Janklow Arts Leadership Advanced Certificate Program

Jul 30, 2013
Provides students with 'broad perspective' of organizational leadership

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SU signs asset transfer agreement with SRC’s Bioforensics Group

Jul 24, 2013
Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute to gain three new employees, $1 million in biochemical research equipment

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Physics teachers head back to class

Jul 23, 2013
Federally funded QuarkNet Program links teachers with university researchers

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SU scientists assist in landmark discovery of rare particle decay

Jul 19, 2013
Finding declared a 'victory' for Standard Model of physics

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Professor Micere Mugo tells why Mandela is a great man

Jul 18, 2013
Anti-apartheid leader is an 'icon in his own class'

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Dympna Callaghan appointed interim director of SU Humanities Center

Jul 18, 2013
Shakespearean scholar has 'deep commitment' to humanities and liberal arts

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A joyful noise

Jul 17, 2013
Partnership between SU Brass Ensemble and Hendricks Chapel hits all the right notes

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Janklow Arts Leadership Program growing in size, diversity

Jul 17, 2013
Four of this year's nine students are from overseas

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Man behind the curtain

Jun 27, 2013
Joseph T. Burns '01 is ushering New York voters into the digital age

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SU Janklow Program provides coast-to-coast internships

Jun 18, 2013
From New York City Center to Seattle Art Museum, students are spending the summer plying their trade

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SU professor wins national nuclear physicist award

Jun 18, 2013
Paul Souder is co-recipient of Jefferson Science Associates' Outstanding Nuclear Physicist Award

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Females Winning Sperm Wars?

Jun 12, 2013
SU study finds females play active, pivotal role in postcopulatory processes

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A margin of excellence

May 21, 2013
SU's Robert Moucha argues that the Earth’s mantle affects long-term sea-level rise estimates

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SU and Syracuse CVB to Mount Cultural Tourism Roundtable in NYC May 22-23

May 20, 2013
Industry leaders from U.S. and Canada to redefine relationship between arts and tourism

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Jesse Feitel '13 delivers 2013 convocation address

May 20, 2013
Political science major encourages fellow students to 'look back and act forward'

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George Saunders G'88 delivers 2013 convocation address

May 20, 2013
English professor, renowned author tells undergraduates to 'err in the direction of kindness'

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Notes From the Field: Harvey Teres

May 15, 2013
Reading Twain in Tianjin

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SU philosopher named Tolley Professor

May 15, 2013
Mark Heller to promote humanities teaching, curricular development

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SU mathematician wins Simons Fellowship

May 14, 2013
J. Theodore Cox to use fellowship to study probability theory

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SU physicist earns prestigious Simons Fellowship

May 8, 2013
M. Cristina Marchetti is using award to study active matter

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Arts and Sciences students, faculty reap year-end honors

May 2, 2013
Dozens of people recognized for academic and civic excellence

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Back to Darwin

May 2, 2013
Fulbright enables SU biologist to travel to New Zealand to study the evolution of invasive plants

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SU Janklow student to intern at Rochester Philharmonic Orchestra

Apr 30, 2013
Taylor Freitas '12, G'13 will work in the Development Department

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Jack of all trades

Apr 19, 2013
Veteran sportswriter, biographer Jack Cavanaugh ’52 reflects on multifaceted career

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End of the world as we know it?

Apr 19, 2013
Musings of a scholar of Russian reality

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George Saunders named one of TIME Magazine’s TIME 100

Apr 18, 2013
TIME’s annual list of the 100 most influential people in the world

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Nobel Laureate to present the 2013 Daouk Visiting Scientist Lecture at Syracuse University

Apr 16, 2013
Peter Agre of Johns Hopkins Bloomberg School of Health won the 2003 Nobel Prize in Chemistry

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Jon Zubieta to receive 2013 College of Arts and Sciences Wasserstrom Prize

Apr 15, 2013
Annual prize will be awarded during 2013 Commencement Weekend

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Kathryn Everly to receive 2013 Prize for Excellence in Master’s Level Teaching at Syracuse University

Apr 15, 2013
Everly will present the keynote during The College of Arts and Sciences’ 2013 Master’s Convocation

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SU Janklow student lands summer internship at Metropolitan Museum of Art

Apr 11, 2013
Renee Storiale '09, G'13 to assist with gallery-based programs for adults

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Foremost expert on religion, morality to lecture at SU April 16

Apr 9, 2013
Robert Merrihew Adams, of UNC-Chapel Hill, is a defender of theistic morality

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SU professor, author George Saunders wins PEN/Malamud Award

Apr 8, 2013
Award comes amid success of his "Tenth of December"

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Mr. Moocho and other adventures of Marvin Druger

Apr 5, 2013
The incomparable Syracuse University professor emeritus publishes children’s book

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Princeton scholar to explore link between poetry and art April 18 at SU

Apr 4, 2013
Leonard Barkan analyzes works by Caravaggio, Michelangelo, and Shakespeare

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Princeton political theorist to discuss ‘ideas of peace’ in Hebrew Bible April 24 at SU

Apr 3, 2013
Michael Walzer looks to ancient texts for new insights into government, law, and politics

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SU Humanities Center ends semester with back-to-back programming

Apr 3, 2013
Topics range from transgenerational trauma, to Nuremberg Trial, to Afro-Brazilian politics

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Notes From the Field: Tammy Kordas

Apr 1, 2013
Hearing in Ethiopia

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SU holds first in a series of international meetings about ‘biopolitical futures’ April 5-6

Mar 29, 2013
Participants hail from as far away as Australia, Sweden, and United Kingdom

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SU Humanities Center hosts poetry reading by Jesse Nissim April 4

Mar 28, 2013
Nissim known for "innovative original language"

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SU poet, playwright, activist garners international spotlight

Mar 25, 2013
Micere Githae Mugo earns earns literary award, speaks at U.N.

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SU’s Ray Smith Symposium concludes with events devoted to Latino/a dance, movement

Mar 22, 2013
Anthropologist Ángel Quintero Rivera, photographer Milagros de la Torre headline scholarly discussion

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Science from a collegiate perspective

Mar 21, 2013
Henninger High School students spend an afternoon as college developmental biology students

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‘Father of ethnomusicology’ to deliver three lectures at SU, March 20-29

Mar 19, 2013
Bruno Nettl known for "pithy anecdotes and subtle humor"

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HC Faculty Fellow Symposium explores Jewish sexuality, psychoanalysis, and translation March 21-22 at SU

Mar 18, 2013
Scholars Naomi Sheindel Seidman, Ken Frieden participate in keynote lecture, HC Mini-Seminar

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Creative writing alumni participate in SU panel discussion March 21

Mar 18, 2013
Event to explore 'success, significance, and authenticity' in literature

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There Goes the Neighborhood

Mar 14, 2013
Course looks at racial residential segregation through historical, political lens

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SU, Le Moyne team up for arts lecture by director of Dallas Black Dance Theatre, March 18

Mar 11, 2013
Zenetta Drew to discuss public engagement in the arts

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SU faculty member joins service for USS Monitor crew in Arlington

Mar 7, 2013
Cathryn Newton was a member of the 1973 expedition that discovered the Monitor’s watery grave

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Five to be honored with 2013 Chancellor's Citations

Feb 28, 2013
James T. Spencer, Meredith Professor of Chemistry and associate dean for science, mathematics and research, is among those honored

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Discovering life over a cup of tea

Feb 27, 2013
Sarah Walton helps change life in a rural school half a world away

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SU Humanities Faculty Fellow discusses health activism in L.A. during 1960s, '70s

Feb 27, 2013
Jenna Loyd to examine health politics in context of city's then-growing defense economy

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German author and scholar present joint reading on Holocaust memories in literature, March 6 at SU

Feb 21, 2013
Susanna Piontek and Guy Stern will examine translation and fictionalization of actual memories

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How do you get to Carnegie Hall? ... Practice (or do an internship).

Feb 21, 2013
Janklow student Caitlin Moriarty '12, G'13 to intern at historic concert venue

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Reading Twain in Tianjin

Feb 20, 2013
English professor receives Fulbright to teach in China

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Putting a little love into the world

Feb 19, 2013
’Cuse Spot at Syracuse’s Wilson Park Community Center

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LGBT rights director for Human Rights Watch to speak at SU Feb. 25

Feb 14, 2013
Graeme Reid will address U.N. Human Rights Council's controversial "traditional values" resolution

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From the West Bank to the SU campus, student works for dialogue on contentious issues

Feb 11, 2013
Lessons learned outside the classroom become Amanda Claypool’s call to action

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Cornell professors address critical theory, globalization, Feb. 22 and March 8 at SU

Feb 7, 2013
Naoki Sakai and Brett de Bary are experts in Asian studies and comparative literature

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Ray Smith Symposium continues yearlong "dissent" theme

Feb 6, 2013
Upcoming events look at the impact of Grove Press and a former head of the U.S. Communist Party

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Five Minutes with Len Elman '52

Feb 4, 2013
SU alumnus fosters 'community' through endowed writer fund

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From Russia With Love

Jan 31, 2013
Murray Feshbach ’50 has made a career out of watching the Russians. That’s good news for us—and them.

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Creative Writing marks 50th anniversary

Jan 29, 2013
Students, faculty, and alumni reflect on program's legacy

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Sheldon Stone named a Distinguished Professor at Syracuse University

Jan 28, 2013
Stone's research group is involved in experiments with the Large Hadron Collider at CERN

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A Legacy of Learning

Jan 23, 2013
Geologist Carlos Dengo ’76 honors memory of teacher, friend, John Prucha 



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SU Humanities Center mounts ‘ambitious’ spring symposia

Jan 22, 2013
Center marks fifth anniversary with eclectic mix of lectures, seminars, and special events

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Ray Smith Symposium explores issues of Latina/o “citizenship” Jan. 31-Feb. 1

Jan 15, 2013
Critical race theorists Suzanne Oboler and Gerald Torres present keynote lectures, mini-seminar