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News-2010

In the evolutionary mating game, brawn and stealth rule

(Dec. 23, 2010)

Research published in BMC Evolutionary Biology

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)

Bison numbers raise concern about grassland vitality

Biophysicist receives 2010 CAREER Award for work on cell membranes

(Dec. 11, 2010)

Award will enhance research on cell membranes

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

(Dec. 3, 2010)

Program facilities student transition to college life

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

(Dec. 3, 2010)

CAS 100 fulfills first-semester writing requirements

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 University senior receives prestigious international Marshall Scholarship

(Nov. 24, 2010)

John Giammatteo is SU's first Marshall Scholar

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)

Program fosters leadership training, career development

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

SU presents panel discussion on Nazi property seizure Nov. 5

(Oct. 21, 2010)

Event focuses on landmark Nacher v. Dresdner case

Wobick-Segev named postdoctoral teaching fellow in Judaic Studies

(Oct. 21, 2010)

Appointment made possible through FJC matching grant

Memorial service planned for Gerlinde Ulm Sanford Nov. 9

(Oct. 14, 2010)

German professor spent more than four decades at SU

Syracuse Symposium continues "conflict" theme with two-day Ingeborg Bachmann conference

(Oct. 13, 2010)

Austrian writer shaped postwar art, ideas

Alejandra Pizarnik symposium to be held Oct. 20

(Oct. 8, 2010)

Event explores conflict in poet's life

Milton First-Year Lecture presents Harvard linguist Steven Pinker

(Oct. 6, 2010)

Event is part of Freshman Forum

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

(Sept. 28, 2010)

Stanford professor expert in classics and science history

Wiles receives 2010 Science and Technology Outreach Award from TACNY

(Sept. 27, 2010)

Biology professor also holds appointment in Science Teaching

Syracuse Symposium hosts yearlong Perpetual Peace Project

(Sept. 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

(Sept. 16, 2010)

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

SU Humanities Center explores conflict with Mini Seminar series

(Sept. 14, 2010)

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

New book breaks down revolutionary movements behind Obama campaign

(Sept. 10, 2010)

Horace Campbell examines self-organization in politics

Skylab astronaut Gerald Carr presents 2010 Astronaut Scholars Award

(Sept. 8, 2010)

Nathaniel J. Miska senior biochemistry major

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

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)

Model explains violation of Pauli principle

Rennie Simson named chair of SU's African American studies

(July 20, 2010)

Longtime AAS professor also has illustrious history at SUNY

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

(July 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

(June 11, 2010)

Grant will develop infastructure to capture and analyze video data

The College of Arts and Sciences announces Excellence Initiatives Projects

(June 5, 2010)

Professors benefit from planning and seed grants

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)

A significant honor for Donald Siegel and Syracuse University

SU launches signature Integrated Learning Majors

(April 28, 2010)

New opportunities in forensic science, ethics, and neuroscience

SU marks 60th anniversary of condensed matter physics program

(April 24, 2010)

Weekend events also honor physicist "Arny" Honig

SU takes top honors at New York State Russian Language Competition

(April 21, 2010)

Arts and Sciences students take first and third place overall

Holocaust property seizure and legal recovery focus of April 16 lecture

(April 16, 2010)

Attorney Paul Kerson will speak

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

(April 14, 2010)

Women forced to "reposition" themselves in society

Professors Franits, Fadda-Conrey earn NEH summer stipends

(April 13, 2010)

Award supports two months of writing, research

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

(March 25, 2010)

"Flow and gel" process has solar energy applications

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

(March 18, 2010)

Research benefits fields of reproductive biology and speciation

SU welcomes new development director in Arts and Sciences

(March 9, 2010)

Fran Hradil brings 20 years experience to job

John Coltrane Memorial Contemporary Jazz Series announces spring 2010 lineup

(March 5, 2010)

Fred Ho and Salim Washington to headline series

27th annual MLK Memorial Public Affairs Lecture

(March 3, 2010)

Lecture features award-winning filmmaker Louis Massiah

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

(March 2, 2010)

Poet reads from forthcoming book

Purple Players explore intersection of labor and expressive arts

(Feb. 24, 2010)

College project gives voice to SU service employees

Scientists are closer to finding dark matter in the universe

(Feb. 19, 2010)

SU physicists play key role in research

'Gravyland' chronicles urban university writing program

(Feb. 18, 2010)

Author Stephen Parks a force in community writing

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

SU Mock Trial Team advances to national championship after regional wins

(Feb. 17, 2010)

Teams placed fourth and seventh in regionals

SU one of six institutions receiving national Judaic studies matching grant

(Feb. 15, 2010)

Judaic studies lands national matching grant

Syracuse University undergraduate Moot Court team places fifth nationally

(Feb. 9, 2010)

Competition focuses on U.S. Supreme Court cases

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)

Award supports study of women in Spanish Civil War

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

(Feb. 2, 2010)

Faculty in biology and physics receive grants

Instrumental Living

(Feb. 1, 2010)

Renowned luthier Tom Ribbecke uses music to help at-risk youth