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A Weekend to Remember

Sep 19, 2019
Highlights from Orange Central 2019.

Dean Ruhlandt Honors Rubye Torrey G'69

Sep 19, 2019
2019 is the fiftieth anniversary of Dr. Rubye Torrey G’69 earning her Ph.D. from A&S.

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Resig Joins A&S Development Team

Sep 18, 2019
A&S continues to develop philanthropic resources for its students and faculty with the appointment of Rebecca Resig.

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"Silence" is 2019-20 Theme of Humanities Center's Syracuse Symposium

Sep 17, 2019
Who determines whether silence is a form of protest, or repression, or neither?

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"Pa' La Calle/ To the Streets" Kicks Off Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month

Sep 5, 2019
Sept. 13 reception at La Casita Cultural Center celebrates contemporary urban Latinx culture.

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It Starts by Saying, 'Hello'

Aug 23, 2019
Fresh from interning for the Georgia Court of Appeals, Linzy Dineen '21 reflects on the importance of "authentic" job networking.

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Syracuse Professor to Co-Present Restoration Shakespeare Showcase at London's Globe Theatre July 17

Jul 15, 2019
Amanda Eubanks Winkler, associate professor of music history and cultures, will facilitate a discussion about and performances of Shakespeare's "The Tempest" and "Macbeth."

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Arts and Sciences, Office of Research Co-Appoint Humanities Proposal Development Director

Jul 9, 2019
Sarah Workman comes from Georgetown to Syracuse to elevate faculty research in the humanities.

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'My Future Self Will Thank Me'

Jun 27, 2019
Linzy Dineen '21, a triple science major on the pre-law track, reflects on her involvement with the 2019 Discover Atlanta immersion program.

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Advanced Track M.S. in Forensic Science Awarded Full Accreditation

Jun 20, 2019
Syracuse joins more than 20 other institutions with M.S. programs accredited by the Forensic Science Education Programs Accreditation Commission (FEPAC).

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Poetry and the Examined Life

Jun 17, 2019
A conversation with poet Thomas Centolella '74, winner of a 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship.

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Gebbie Clinic to Host 'Fluency Camp' for Kids Who Stutter

Jun 7, 2019
The June 26-28 camp is for school-aged children, as well as their parents, other family members and legal guardians.

Staff Appreciation Picnic Serves up Food, Fun

Jun 6, 2019
More than a hundred people attended the College's first annual Staff Appreciation Picnic.

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Dean's Office Welcomes Administrative Specialist

Jun 5, 2019
Jessica Allman comes to A&S from K.J. Electric, where she coordinated aspects of operations, marketing and human resources.

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Arts and Sciences Appoints New Director of Graduate, Undergraduate Recruitment

May 31, 2019
Chris Anderson G'15 brings 14 years' admissions experience to the position.

Deborah Pellow to Receive Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

May 9, 2019
Her dedication "to and care for doctoral education is richly deserved," colleague says.

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Playing the Long Game

May 2, 2019
Former Syracuse football star Scott Freeney '97 scores big in the Undergraduate Advising Program.

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Arts and Sciences Takes Top Honors at Year-End Ceremonies

May 2, 2019
Members of A&S have dominated multiple year-end events, including the annual One University Awards Ceremony.

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Faculty Media Coverage on the Rise

Apr 24, 2019
A&S professors have recently scored national and international news placements.

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Novelist Karan Mahajan to Conclude Carver Series April 24

Apr 17, 2019
The National Book Award finalist will read from "The Association of Small Bombs" (Viking, 2016) and "Family Planning" (Harper Perennial, 2008).

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Humanities Book Reception to 'Illuminate Human Experience' April 17

Apr 10, 2019
The annual event features works by more than 60 University authors and editors.

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Winston Fisher Seminar Was 'Life-Changing,' Student Recalls

Apr 10, 2019
Ally Peyton '21, a policy studies major in A&S and the Maxwell School, looks back on her involvement with the popular immersion program.

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Five Questions for Theo Cateforis

Apr 5, 2019
The author of "The Rock History Reader" may have the coolest job on campus.

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Swimming in a Sea of Neutrinos

Apr 4, 2019
Ph.D. candidate Avinay Bhat discusses his study of the Universe's smallest, most elusive particles.

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Promoting Social Responsibility

Apr 4, 2019
Jessica Arb Danial G'16 parlays her liberal arts training into arts leadership success.

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Syracuse Symposium to Present Final Chapter of 'Stories'

Apr 4, 2019
April events will span notions of authoritarianism, Indigenous injustice, grief and community archiving.

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Human Activity Disrupting Iconic African Ecosystem, Biologist Finds

Apr 1, 2019
Professor Mark Ritchie is the co-author of a landmark paper about the effects of increased human activity on the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem.

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Lakota Poet to Reflect "Officiousness, Duplicity" of Language

Mar 28, 2019
Layli Long Soldier will read from her award-winning poetry debut, "Whereas" (Graywolf Press, 2017).

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Ray Smith Symposium Connects Campus Community Through Indian Storytelling

Mar 28, 2019
The series explores the role of storytelling in Indian culture through the creative and performing arts.

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Syracuse Physicist Discovers New Class of Pentaquarks

Mar 26, 2019
Tomasz Skwarnicki, professor of physics, confirms that elementary particles in a pentaquark are arranged into different patterns.

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Physicists Reveal Why Matter Dominates Universe

Mar 21, 2019
Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone has observed matter-antimatter asymmetry in charmed quarks.

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Alumni Business Owner Propels 'People-First' Philosophy

Mar 19, 2019
Ed Mitzen '89, owner of the healthcare marketing agency Fingerpaint, is part of a new wave of socially conscious business leaders.

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John L. Johnson Lecture to Explore 'Chicago and the Black Arts Movement,' March 20

Mar 18, 2019
Thabiti Lewis, an English professor at Washington State University in Vancouver, will present the fourth annual John L. Johnson Lecture.

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Haitian Author, Artist Frankétienne to Visit Campus March 25-26

Mar 14, 2019
"The father of Haitian letters" will headline multiple lectures, readings and booksignings, as well as a film screening and an art exhibition.

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Recent Graduates Reap Rewards of Liberal Arts Learning

Mar 12, 2019
Megan Phan '17 and Jacob Urban '18 secured full-time employment after graduation.

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Poet Terrance Hayes to Headline Carver Series March 20

Mar 12, 2019
Hayes is the author of “American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin” (Penguin Random House, 2018), a finalist for both the National Book Award and National Book Critics Circle Award in Poetry.

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College Appoints First Director of Proposal Development

Mar 6, 2019
Melissa Whipps comes to A&S from the University's Office of Foundation Relations.

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Syracuse Symposium 'Stories' Bring CNY History Alive

Mar 4, 2019
Series continues its yearlong look at storytelling with a trio of March events.

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Marcus Anderson Events Moved to CFAC, 6-8:30 p.m.

Feb 25, 2019
A visit by Prince's longtime saxophonist has been moved to CFAC, due to a high-wind advisory.

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New CFAC Exhibit to Honor Black History, Women's History Months

Feb 18, 2019
Graduate student Spencer Stultz '17 will unveil her first solo show at the Community Folk Art Center on Friday, Feb. 22.

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Prince Sideman Marcus Anderson to Visit Campus for Black History Month Feb. 25

Feb 16, 2019
The renowned saxophonist currently tours with CeeLo Green and runs his own coffee label line.

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Syracuse Symposium to Recognize Careers of Professors Wadley, Gold Feb. 26

Feb 15, 2019
Syracuse Symposium, whose yearlong theme is "Stories," will recognize the careers of anthropology professors Susan S. Wadley and Ann Grodzins Gold.

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Writer Larry Blumenfeld Using Watson Professorship to Explore 'Jazz in Troubled Times' March 25-April 5

Feb 14, 2019
Wall Street Journal contributor will explore the convergence of jazz culture, politics and activism through public lectures, workshops and performances.

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National Book Award Winner Sigrid Nunez to Headline Carver Series Feb. 13

Feb 11, 2019
Nunez will read from her bestselling novel "The Friend," winner of the 2018 National Book Award for fiction.

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Rock Biographers Anthony DeCurtis, David Yaffe Headline Syracuse Symposium Feb. 19

Feb 11, 2019
DeCurtis and Yaffe discuss their recent biographies of Lou Reed '64 and Joni Mitchell and the art of rock journalism, in general.

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An Artistic Response to U.S. Immigration Policy

Feb 11, 2019
Syracuse Symposium Keynote Speaker Adela C. Licona will discuss and lead a workshop on "borderlands activism."

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Reading by Poet Christopher Kennedy G'88 Moved to Feb. 6

Feb 1, 2019
The director of Syracuse's M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing will kick off the 2019 Raymond Carver Reading Series.

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Syracuse Establishes Chapter of Neuroscience Honor Society

Jan 30, 2019
New York Delta chapter is accepting applications for membership from qualifying students, faculty and alumni.

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Carver Reading Series to Present Poet Christopher Kennedy G'88

Jan 22, 2019
The director of Syracuse's M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing will read from his latest collection, “Clues from the Animal Kingdom” (BOA Editions, 2018), on Wednesday, Jan. 30.

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Turning Student Research into Reality

Jan 22, 2019
A conversation with Ph.D. candidate Avinash “Avi” Thakur, who helps design nanomaterials that could improve cancer detection.

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CFAC Welcomes New Permanent Director

Jan 18, 2019
Tanisha M. Jackson comes to Syracuse from Ohio State's Hale Black Cultural Center.

Professor Awarded NEH Fellowship to Study Democratization of Islamic Laws

Jan 4, 2019
Yüksel Sezgin, associate professor of political science, explores the complex relationship between democracy and Muslim Family Laws in non-Muslim-majority countries.

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A Star Is Born

Jan 4, 2019
Physicist Gabriela González G’95 reveals how Syracuse prepared her to make science history.

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Opening Weekend Events

Sep 20, 2019
List of A&S/Maxwell events during Opening Weekend.