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Syracuse University Sociologists Unveil Research at ASA Annual Meeting in California

Aug 24, 2015
More than a dozen Syracuse professors, numerous graduate students participate in high-profile conference

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Tools of the Trade

Feb 6, 2015
Syracuse’s new Science Equipment Excellence Fund enhances liberal arts learning

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Syracuse Researcher Earns National Fellowship

Jan 6, 2015
Elizabeth Droge-Young recognized by American Association of University Women

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Syracuse Student Receives International Research Grant

Jan 5, 2015
Leanna Matthews to use ‘Young Explorers Grant’ to study male harbor seals

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The Ultimate Mensch

Dec 17, 2014
Sylvia Wassertheil-Smoller '53, G'55 has been revolutionizing medicine for more than half a century--and she's far from done

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Strike up the Brand!

Dec 16, 2014
Susan Parks publishes story on acoustic communication in 'Scientific Reports'

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Syracuse Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles

Nov 19, 2014
Steven Blusk has identified two never-before-seen baryonic particles with large masses

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Syracuse Geologists Shed Light on Formation of Alaska Range

Nov 17, 2014
Paul Fitzgerald says range's 'dramatic topography' is 25 million years in making

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Syracuse Geologists Cite Hair as ‘Human Provenance Tool’

Nov 14, 2014
Multiyear study to revolutionize geo-forensics, anthropology

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Physics Department Hosts Undergraduate Research Day Nov. 15

Nov 13, 2014
Undergraduate students from 16 institutions expected to converge on Syracuse campus

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Syracuse Alumnus Receives National Physics Prize

Nov 7, 2014
Pierre Ramond G’69 awarded Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

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CSD’s Newest Faculty Member Awarded $557,000 NIH Grant

Nov 4, 2014
Jonathan Preston using funds to study articulation disorders in children

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Syracuse Artist and Critical Musicologist Explores T-Pain’s Use of Sonic, Cinematic Strategies

Nov 4, 2014
James Gordon Williams is latest addition to Department of African American Studies

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Syracuse Geologist Reveals Correlation Between Earthquakes, Landslides

Nov 3, 2014
Devin McPhillips has devised method for measuring landslide activity in Peru

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Syracuse Physicist Liviu Movileanu Receives $1.17 Million NIH Grant to Create ‘Nanobiosensors’

Nov 3, 2014
Research may speed up detection of cancer and other diseases

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Syracuse Launches ‘Nationally Unique’ M.S. Program in Medicolegal Death Investigation

Oct 29, 2014
Program complements graduate, undergraduate certificates in MDI

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Syracuse Physicists Closer to Understanding Balance of Matter, Antimatter in Universe

Oct 24, 2014
Sheldon Stone and colleagues present findings at CERN workshop in Switzerland

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The Arts and Sciences of Leadership

Oct 21, 2014
Former Syracuse physicist Sacha Kopp is Stony Brook's new liberal arts dean

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A&S Students Invited to ‘Career Conversation’ with Linda Dulye ’77 Nov. 11

Oct 20, 2014
Dulye to host “Get Hired: Pump Up the Power of You and Your Liberal Arts Degree!”

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Your Inner Fish

Oct 16, 2014
Milton Lecturer Neil Shubin uses paleontology to awaken students’ inner scientist

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Lava Man

Oct 16, 2014
Jeffrey Karson's latest trip to Iceland was one of seismic proportions

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Syracuse University to Present Series of Dance Classes for people with Parkinson’s

Oct 15, 2014
Classes begin on Thursday, Oct. 16, free and open to the public

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Microfossils Reveal Warm Oceans Had Less Oxygen, Syracuse Geologists Say

Oct 15, 2014
Professor Zunli Lu uses geochemistry, micropaleontology to track oxygen levels in global oceans

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Syracuse Launches Graduate Certificate Program in Medicolegal Death Investigation

Oct 13, 2014
Program targets mid-career professionals, including first responders and medical and legal personnel

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Syracuse’s Deborah A. Coquillon Memorial Award Helps Seniors ‘Pay It Forward’

Oct 9, 2014
Award created in memory of longtime Arts and Sciences administrator

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Application Period Opens for 10th Annual Winston Fisher Seminar

Oct 6, 2014
Juniors and seniors in the College of Arts and Sciences invited to apply, deadline is Nov. 3

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FNSSI Scientists Awarded National Institute of Justice Award

Oct 6, 2014
Michael Marciano, Kevin Sweder to use award to study DNA profiling techniques

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Syracuse Physicist Wins NSF Award to Advance Scientific Cyber-infrastructure

Sep 29, 2014
Duncan Brown receives three-year $900,000 award

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Syracuse Professor Receives Grant for Ongoing Work in Particle Physics

Sep 25, 2014
Paul Souder's research supported by DOE since 1984

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Syracuse's New Cooling System Heats up Physics Research

Sep 23, 2014
Professor Britton Plourde uses low-temperature refrigeration to study quantum information science

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Physicists Mark Trodden, Kameshwar Wali to Speak at Syracuse Oct. 2-3

Sep 18, 2014
Both professors have ties to College of Arts and Sciences

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Syracuse Professor Has ‘Final Word’ on Forensic Linguistics

Sep 16, 2014
Tej Bhatia is blazing new trail in 'biometric forensic psychiatrics speech'

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Syracuse Scientists Host University of Calcutta Official

Sep 15, 2014
Vice Chancellor Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay explores 'inter-institutional collaborative agreement' with Syracuse

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Syracuse Psychologist to Study Smoking and Painkiller Misuse Among Older Adults with HIV and Chronic Pain

Sep 15, 2014
Joseph Ditre receives $412,000 National Institute on Drug Abuse research grant

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Syracuse Launches Certificate Program in Forensic Firearms Analysis

Sep 12, 2014
Program targets prospective firearm, tool mark examiners

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Syracuse Physicist to be Featured at Milton J. Rubenstein Museum of Science and Technology

Sep 12, 2014
Scott Watson to discuss dark matter Sept. 20 at 9:30 a.m.

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Laboratories of Opportunity

Sep 10, 2014
Syracuse University's REU Site has become a bastion of undergraduate research, thanks, in part, to a fruitful partnership with Le Moyne College

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Communication Sciences and Disorders’ Beth Prieve Awarded $1.4 Million Grant

Sep 10, 2014
Prieve to use grant to study auditory response among newborns

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Syracuse Physicists Explore Biomimetic Clocks

Sep 5, 2014
Findings by M. Cristina Marchetti, Mark Bowick are part of 'Science' magazine cover-story

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Syracuse University Biologist Awarded National Institutes of Health Grant

Sep 4, 2014
James Hewett to use grant to study epilepsy

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Making the Grade

Sep 3, 2014
Chris Anderson G'15 plays a leadership role in student admissions

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Syracuse University Physicist Awarded National Science Foundation Grant

Aug 26, 2014
John “Jack” Laiho to use grant to develop precision calculations of particle properties using lattice quantum chromodynamics

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Syracuse University Biologist Awarded National Science Foundation EAGER Grant

Aug 22, 2014
Jason Wiles to use grant to expand underrepresented minority participation in STEM disciplines

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Syracuse University Psychologist Elected President of the Society for Mathematical Psychology

Aug 11, 2014
Amy Criss elected by 250-member organization to serve one-year term

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Arts and Sciences Welcomes New Associate Dean, Academic Chairs

Aug 8, 2014
Interim Dean Ruhlandt says appointees will usher College into 'new era of excellence'

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National Science Foundation Awards Elite Team of Syracuse University Physicists $5.2 Million

Jul 25, 2014
Artuso, Blusk, Skwarnicki, and Stone to construct a new particle physics detector

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Syracuse University Mathematician Invited to Speak at ‘MathFest’ in Portland, Ore.



Jul 22, 2014
Professor Jack Graver will discuss Syracuse University's role in founding of national math honor society, 100 years ago

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Syracuse University Chemist to Use NSF Grant to Bolster Study of Materials Chemistry, Nanoscience



Jul 18, 2014
Mathew M. Maye's research may yield multiple applications for inorganic nanoparticles

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Rosa Leon ’14 Awarded Research Supplement

Jul 17, 2014
The College of Arts and Sciences alumna receives award to support her research, thanks her faculty mentors for her success

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Syracuse University Honors Physicist Paul Souder With Daylong Symposium July 13

Jul 1, 2014
Program features remarks by top particle physicists, astrophysicists

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Skaneateles to Host International Physics Conference July 14-19

Jul 1, 2014
UVA's Gordon Cates delivers free lecture on research ‘spin-offs,’ Monday, July 14, at 7:30 p.m. at First Presbyterian Church

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Karin Ruhlandt Begins Term as Interim Dean of Arts and Sciences

Jul 1, 2014
Renowned chemist eager to write College’s next chapter

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Finnish Professorship Done but Not Forgotten

Jun 25, 2014
Mathematician Tadeusz Iwaniec returns from six-year professorship in Finland

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Arts and Sciences Scientist Recipient of $1.6 Million NIH Research Grant

Jun 19, 2014
Biologist Kate Lewis to Use Award to Study Spinal Cord

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Syracuse University Geologists Confirm Oxygen Levels of Ancient Oceans

Jun 9, 2014
Research may also impact study of marine ecology, global warming

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Gebbie Clinic’s Summer Literacy Camp to Kick Off July 1

Jun 2, 2014
Phonological Awareness Camp for Kids (P.A.C.K.) Promotes Literacy Development in Fun Environment

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In One Era and Out the Other

May 16, 2014
A hearing-aid 'living room' is helping Syracuse University's Gebbie Clinic celebrate 40 years of service

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'Inner Fish' Author to Deliver Fall Milton Lecture at Syracuse University

May 16, 2014
Neil Shubin will discuss how humans derive from parts shared with other creatures

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Syracuse University Chemists Design Molecules for Controlling Bacterial Behavior

May 7, 2014
Yan-Yeung Luk's lab has come up with molecules that dominate bacteria without making them drug-resistant

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Syracuse University Chemist to Receive BASF Lifetime Achievement Award

May 6, 2014
James Dabrowiak recognized for pioneering work in precious metals, medicine

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Syracuse University Chemist Earns Humboldt Research Fellowship

May 5, 2014
Ivan V. Korendovych to use prestigious award to study protein engineering in Germany

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Syracuse University Physicists Confirm Existence of New Type of Meson

Apr 28, 2014
University's second breakthrough in less than a month, using data from LHCb experiment at CERN

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Two Syracuse University Professors Elected to American Academy of Arts and Sciences

Apr 28, 2014
Physicist M. Cristina Marchetti, author George Saunders G'88 to be inducted this fall

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The Chemistry of Success

Apr 24, 2014
Student Cody Webb traces his achievements at Le Moyne College to his time at Syracuse University

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College of Arts and Sciences Appoints New Communications Director

Apr 22, 2014
Sarah Scalese brings decade's worth of digital PR, social media marketing experience to Syracuse University

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Anthropologist Wins Arts and Sciences’ Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

Apr 18, 2014
Douglas V. Armstrong noted for 'natural leadership abilities' and 'theoretical and methodological insights'

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A Catalyst for Change

Apr 17, 2014
No sooner had chemist Karin Ruhlandt returned stateside from a six-month fellowship than she was appointed The College's interim dean-designate

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CSD professor wins Arts and Sciences master’s teaching award

Apr 14, 2014
Soren Y. Lowell described as "perfect model for a teacher" of communication sciences and disorders

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SU geologists prove early Tibetan Plateau was larger than previously thought

Apr 10, 2014
Professor Gregory Hoke says parts of ancient plateau were 600 miles longer

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SU professors test boundaries of 'new physics' with discovery of four-quark hadron

Apr 10, 2014
Physicist Tomasz Skwarnicki confirms existence of exotic hadron with two quarks, two anti-quarks

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SU plays key role in search for elusive dark matter

Apr 9, 2014
Physicist Richard Schnee hopes to find traces of dark matter by studying particles with low masses and interaction rates, some of which have never been probed before

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SU chemists’ work with small peptide chains may revolutionize study of modern-day enzymes, neurological diseases

Apr 2, 2014
Ivan Korendovych's research is subject of major article in 'Nature Chemistry' magazine

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IMAGES? Precisely! Stages Grand Finale of its Three-Year Run

Apr 1, 2014
IMAGES? Precisely! Stages Grand Finale of its Three-Year Run

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SU partners with Mark Morris Dance Group for 'Movement for Healthy Aging' April 11-12

Mar 27, 2014
Two-day workshop focuses on dance, Parkinson's disease

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Deep Findings

Mar 26, 2014
Underwater archaeology rides a wave of increased sophistication, thanks to SU’s Cathryn Newton

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SU biologists use sound to identify breeding grounds of endangered whales

Mar 25, 2014
Members of Susan Parks' Research Lab publish article on subject in 'PLOS ONE' journal

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SU affirms commitment to sustainable science with ‘green chemistry’ workshop

Mar 25, 2014
High school teachers converge at SU for 'environmentally responsible' labs, hands-on activities, technology applications

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‘International Masterclass’ in physics rescheduled for March 28 at SU

Mar 21, 2014
Participants to study "real data events" from the world's largest particle accelerator

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Michael ’72 and Susan Thonis Establish Endowed Professorship of Earth Sciences

Mar 17, 2014
Michael ’72 and Susan Thonis Establish Endowed Professorship of Earth Sciences

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Annual Chauncey D. Holmes Lecture and Awards Ceremony to Feature U.C. Santa Cruz Professor

Mar 11, 2014
Annual Chauncey D. Holmes Lecture and Awards Ceremony to Feature U.C. Santa Cruz Professor

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Spring Break is All Business for Winston Fisher Seminar Students

Mar 3, 2014
Spring Break is All Business for Winston Fisher Seminar Students

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National Institute of Health Awards SU Psychologist $2 Million Grant

Feb 14, 2014
National Institute of Health Awards SU Psychologist $2 Million Grant

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SU Physicist’s Proposal Receives $2.25 Million in Funding

Feb 10, 2014
Britton Plourde, an associate professor of physics receives more than $2 million in funding from Army Research Office (ARO).

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SU physicist’s work with quarks may resolve unanswered questions about universe

Feb 6, 2014
Paul Souder gives new meaning to Standard Model of particle physics

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Former SU professor named Japan Prize Laureate

Feb 4, 2014
Biologist C. David Allis recognized for pioneering work in gene expression

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Lessons learned

Feb 3, 2014
A recent commitment by Rick Smith ’72 will benefit Arts and Sciences, Maxwell students

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SU chemist awarded Basil O’Connor Starter Scholar Research Award from March of Dimes

Jan 31, 2014
James Hougland is using award to fight rare genetic disorder in live births

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Four SU professors receive prestigious ‘CAREER’ awards from National Science Foundation

Jan 30, 2014
Two chemists, two physicists land one of NSF's top prizes

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FNSSI to 'open doors' for open house

Jan 27, 2014
Event sheds light on academic, professional opportunities in forensics

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SU scientist wins American Geophysical Union Fellowship

Jan 23, 2014
Donald L. Siegel joins C. Page Chamberlain '79 in fellowship cohort

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Article by SU biologist reveals when it pays to be a lover, a fighter, or both

Jan 23, 2014
Sperm competition affects size of male animal weaponry and testes, Stefan Lüpold writes

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SU announces registration for international physics conference

Jan 6, 2014
Lakeside town of Skaneateles to play host to weeklong program