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News-2014

Strike up the Brand!

(Dec. 17, 2014)

Syracuse University, Florida's Broward Cultural Division train next generation of arts leaders, journalists

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.

Strike up the Brand!

(Dec. 16, 2014)

Susan Parks publishes story on acoustic communication in 'Scientific Reports'

November Was ‘Epic’ Month for Syracuse Musicologist

(Dec. 5, 2014)

Stephen C. Meyer publishes book, becomes editor of top scholarly journal

Student Spotlight: Shuyuan Chen ‘15

(Dec. 4, 2014)

A double major in economics and religion, Chen’s advisor calls her the ‘real deal’

CNY Humanities Corridor Awarded $3.55 Million from Mellon Foundation

(Dec. 2, 2014)

Funds to support Corridor in perpetuity, establish endowments at founding institutions

Novelist Ruth Ozeki Concludes Fall Carver Reading Series

(Dec. 2, 2014)

Latest novel, 'A Tale for the Time Being,' short-listed for Man-Booker Prize

Faculty, Alumni to be Recognized at CNY Book Awards Dec. 4

(Dec. 1, 2014)

La Casita hosts event for second year in row

Syracuse Professor Addresses African Studies Association Women’s Caucus Nov. 22

(Nov. 20, 2014)

Meredith Professor Micere Githae Mugo to discuss ‘Women Embracing Creativity and Utu as Tools to Combat Violence and Find Healing’

Syracuse Physicist Helps Discover Subatomic Particles

(Nov. 19, 2014)

Steven Blusk has identified two never-before-seen baryonic particles with large masses

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

Syracuse Geologists Cite Hair as ‘Human Provenance Tool’

(Nov. 14, 2014)

Multiyear study to revolutionize geo-forensics, anthropology

Physics Department Hosts Undergraduate Research Day Nov. 15

(Nov. 13, 2014)

Undergraduate students from 16 institutions expected to converge on Syracuse campus

Brian Turner, Poet and Veteran, to Read at Syracuse Symposium™ Nov. 20

(Nov. 11, 2014)

Reading sponsored by Syracuse University Humanities Center, YMCA’s Downtown Writer’s Center

Syracuse Alumnus Receives National Physics Prize

(Nov. 7, 2014)

Pierre Ramond G’69 awarded Dannie Heineman Prize for Mathematical Physics

Syracuse Hosts Contemporary Play about Spanish Playwright Lope de Vega

(Nov. 5, 2014)

Traveling production to be performed in Spanish with English surtitles

Syracuse University Brass Ensemble Opens Season in Little Falls Nov. 16

(Nov. 5, 2014)

2014-15 season includes concerts in Syracuse, Auburn, Cortland, Watertown

Student Spotlight: Emily Payne ‘15

(Nov. 4, 2014)

Psychology major the first in her family to attend college

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

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

(Nov. 4, 2014)

Jonathan Preston using funds to study articulation disorders in children

Student Spotlight: Kate Lanza ‘15

(Nov. 4, 2014)

Arts and Sciences senior prepares for life after Syracuse

Syracuse Geologist Reveals Correlation Between Earthquakes, Landslides

(Nov. 3, 2014)

Devin McPhillips has devised method for measuring landslide activity in Peru

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

The Graveyard Shift

(Oct. 31, 2014)

Miani Giron ’16 'ain't afraid of no ghost'

Society for New Music Presents Perspectives on Sounds from East and West

(Oct. 31, 2014)

Zhou Tian’s commissioned work, “Morning after the Deluge,” will be premiered

Syracuse Professor Explores Critical Response to Lloyd Webber’s ‘Phantom of the Opera’

(Oct. 30, 2014)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler reflects on ‘Phantom’'s success amid Thatcher/Reagan era

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

(Oct. 29, 2014)

Program complements graduate, undergraduate certificates in MDI

Bruce Smith Wins Residency in Rome, Italy

(Oct. 28, 2014)

Smith plans to explore city as if revisiting dream

Syracuse University Professor to Host Caribbean Dance Workshops

(Oct. 28, 2014)

Sydney Hutchinson and Wacheva Cultural Arts team up to present November events

Sowing the Seeds of Mathematical Success

(Oct. 28, 2014)

Meghan Pomeroy ’15 gets jumpstart on teaching career

The Wunderkind of SU

(Oct. 27, 2014)

Brooke Baerman ’15 is an established undergraduate

Poet Daisy Fried to Share Work in Carver Reading Series

(Oct. 24, 2014)

Latest collection named one of last year's best poetry books

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

Syracuse’s South Asia Center Receives $1.3 Million ED Grant

(Oct. 22, 2014)

Award will impact inter-institutional collaborations, graduate recruiting, and undergraduate teaching

Author. Activist. Alumnus.

(Oct. 21, 2014)

Elliott DeLine ’12 launches latest book, reflects on Syracuse University experience

The Arts and Sciences of Leadership

(Oct. 21, 2014)

Former Syracuse physicist Sacha Kopp is Stony Brook's new liberal arts dean

The Costa Campaign

(Oct. 20, 2014)

From the classroom to Senator Schumer's office

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!”

Westcott Nation

(Oct. 20, 2014)

Annual fair celebrates neighborhood’s diversity, uniqueness

CSD Graduate Student Wins Minority Student Leadership Program Award

(Oct. 17, 2014)

Chair Karen Doherty says Carly Maldonado brings 'national distinction' to department

Your Inner Fish

(Oct. 16, 2014)

Milton Lecturer Neil Shubin uses paleontology to awaken students’ inner scientist

Lava Man

(Oct. 16, 2014)

Jeffrey Karson's latest trip to Iceland was one of seismic proportions

Across the Pond and Back

(Oct. 16, 2014)

Art history major Katharine James ’12 ‘flourishing’ at Bay Area art gallery

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

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

Syracuse University Scholar to Present Workshop at Folger Shakespeare Library

(Oct. 14, 2014)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler invited to co-direct weekend long workshop

Poet Mary Ruefle to Present in Carver Reading Series

(Oct. 13, 2014)

Writer Stresses Lyrical Mystery of Poetry

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

MIT Professor to Discuss ‘Identity Thesis for Language and Music’ Oct. 14 at Syracuse

(Oct. 13, 2014)

David Pesetsky will examine linguistic relationship between words, pitches

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

FNSSI Scientists Awarded National Institute of Justice Award

(Oct. 6, 2014)

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

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

Hungry for More

(Oct. 4, 2014)

Stephanie Breed '15 breaks out of her cocoon

Women’s and Gender Studies, Office of Multicultural Affairs to Host Prominent Chicana Scholar

(Oct. 3, 2014)

“Undocumented Flower Crossings, Walking Altars, and Latina/o Art” the subject of Oct. 8 lecture

Poet Will Schutt To Appear October 8 in Raymond Carver Series

(Oct. 3, 2014)

Poetry collection won Yale Series Younger Poet prize

Syracuse Religion Professors Publish New Books

(Sept. 30, 2014)

Gustav Niebuhr explores Minnesota's first Episcopal bishop, Gareth Fisher examines Buddhist revival in China

Syracuse Physicist Wins NSF Award to Advance Scientific Cyber-infrastructure

(Sept. 29, 2014)

Duncan Brown receives three-year $900,000 award

Fifth Annual Digital Witness Symposium to Explore the Impact of Digital Code on Human Rights Media

(Sept. 25, 2014)

Syracuse University and Hamilton College to host symposium Oct. 1-2

Syracuse Professor Receives Grant for Ongoing Work in Particle Physics

(Sept. 25, 2014)

Paul Souder's research has been supported by DOE since 1984

Syracuse Hosts U.S. Hispanic Literary ‘Recovery Conference’ Oct. 9-11

(Sept. 25, 2014)

Conference celebrates forgotten, ignored U.S. Hispanic writers

Art World Converges in Syracuse for Renaissance Art Symposium Oct. 18

(Sept. 25, 2014)

Symposium marks 50th anniversary of Syracuse’s Florence Program, retirement of director Gary M. Radke ‘73

Syracuse's New Cooling System Heats up Physics Research

(Sept. 23, 2014)

Professor Britton Plourde uses low-temperature refrigeration to study quantum information science

No Need to Pardon Her French

(Sept. 23, 2014)

A lover of linguistic arts and the great outdoors, grad student Elizabeth Blowers shines in and outside the classroom

Syracuse Celebrates Banned Books Week with Community Read-Outs Sept. 25-26

(Sept. 22, 2014)

"Black and Banned" features works by and about African American authors

“The Image of the Black in Western Art: The Final Stages” Subject of Sept. 25 Lecture

(Sept. 22, 2014)

Syracuse University to host David Bindman, distinguished scholar of art history

Syracuse's Carver Series Continues With Novelist Edan Lepucki Sept. 24

(Sept. 22, 2014)

Her book 'California’ got the ‘Colbert-bump’

Syracuse Professor Featured in Humanities Documentary

(Sept. 19, 2014)

Gregg Lambert interviewed in ‘Value of the Humanities,’ airing this weekend on Dutch television

Distinguished Philosopher to Deliver Anbar Lectures at Syracuse University, Temple Adath Yeshurun Oct. 26-27

(Sept. 18, 2014)

Lecture series aims to expose campus community to Jewish ethics

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

(Sept. 18, 2014)

Both professors have ties to College of Arts and Sciences

Student Spotlight: Christina Tiberio '16

(Sept. 17, 2014)

From Seattle Sweetheart to Syracuse Sweetheart

Erin Carhart ‘14: An Alumna for the Ages

(Sept. 17, 2014)

Current national campus organizer for Planned Parenthood grateful for interdisciplinary experience with College of Arts and Sciences

Living The Dream

(Sept. 17, 2014)

For Nedda Sarshar '17, being an Arts and Sciences student is 'too good to be true'

Student Spotlight: Xingbo Yang

(Sept. 17, 2014)

Graduate student pursuing Ph.D. in physics

Syracuse Professor Has ‘Final Word’ on Forensic Linguistics

(Sept. 16, 2014)

Tej Bhatia is blazing new trail in 'biometric forensic psychiatrics speech'

Syracuse Scientists Host University of Calcutta Official

(Sept. 15, 2014)

Vice Chancellor Dhrubajyoti Chattopadhyay explores 'inter-institutional collaborative agreement' with Syracuse

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

(Sept. 15, 2014)

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

Syracuse Launches Certificate Program in Forensic Firearms Analysis

(Sept. 12, 2014)

Program targets prospective firearm, tool mark examiners

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

(Sept. 12, 2014)

Scott Watson to discuss dark matter Sept. 20 at 9:30 a.m.

Renowned Religious Studies and Medieval History Scholar to Appear at Syracuse University

(Sept. 11, 2014)

Harvard’s Amy Hollywood to Deliver “The Unspeakability of Trauma, the Unspeakability of Joy” September 18

Renowned Religious Studies and Medieval History Scholar to Appear at Syracuse University

(Sept. 11, 2014)

Harvard’s Amy Hollywood to Deliver “The Unspeakability of Trauma, the Unspeakability of Joy” September 18

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

(Sept. 10, 2014)

Prieve to use grant to study auditory response among newborns

Laboratories of Opportunity

(Sept. 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

Author Lineup Announced for Fall 2014 Carver Reading Series

(Sept. 5, 2014)

First Up: Fiction Writer Anthony Marra on September 17

Syracuse University Marks 25th Anniversary of Fall of Berlin Wall with Three-Month-Long Commemoration

(Sept. 5, 2014)

Activities include construction, demolition of replica of Berlin Wall

Syracuse Physicists Explore Biomimetic Clocks

(Sept. 5, 2014)

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

Syracuse University Biologist Awarded National Institutes of Health Grant

(Sept. 4, 2014)

James Hewett to use grant to study epilepsy

Making the Grade

(Sept. 3, 2014)

Chris Anderson G'15 plays a leadership role in student admissions

Legendary ‘Washington Post’ Editor Harry Rosenfeld ’52 to Appear at Syracuse University Sept. 16

(Sept. 3, 2014)

Rosenfeld remembered for overseeing Watergate coverage

Languages, Literatures, and Linguistics to host “Japan Today” Symposium

(Sept. 2, 2014)

Interdisciplinary symposium to examine Japanese literature, film, history, and language

Born Entrepreneur

(Sept. 2, 2014)

Oncologist Michael Kurman '73 is a driving force behind Syracuse's Biology Advisory Board

Syracuse M.F.A. Student Wins Academy’s ‘Most Promising Young Poet’ Award

(Sept. 2, 2014)

Wendy Chen recognized for poem "They Sail Across the Mirrored Sea"

CFAC Executive Director Elected to Association of African American Museums

(Aug. 28, 2014)

Kheli Willetts among prominent group of scholars named to AAAM Board of Directors

A&S Alumna Wins University of Texas’ ‘Outstanding Teaching Award’

(Aug. 27, 2014)

Mathematics professor Christina Graves G'05, G'09 known for 'liberal arts mindset'

A&S Alumnus Credits Career Success to Diverse Education

(Aug. 26, 2014)

Andrew Frisina ’11: “Syracuse University spirit alive and relevant”

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

Jacoby Loury ’15 Balances Academics, Research, and Volunteer Work

(Aug. 26, 2014)

Rochester native determined to improving mental health for minority youth

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

President of Max Kade Foundation to Visit Syracuse Sept. 8

(Aug. 19, 2014)

Lya Friedrich Pfeifer ’65, G’67 will discuss the merits of earning a German degree from Syracuse

Syracuse University Hosts International Meeting of 18th-Century Scholars Sept. 25-27

(Aug. 13, 2014)

Meeting to focus on theme of 'Commemoration, Memory, and Posterity'

Syracuse’s College of Arts and Sciences Launches Minor in Arabic

(Aug. 13, 2014)

New 20-credit-hour program prepares students to read, write, communicate orally in Arabic

Janklow Program Gains International Foothold

(Aug. 13, 2014)

Zoe Jingrui Zhang G’15 is one of three new students from China

Writing her Future

(Aug. 12, 2014)

Candace Smith ’05 parlays her English training into acting, writing

Blinding Us With Neuroscience

(Aug. 12, 2014)

Sheila Shahidzadeh is a world-traveler who’s right at home in the lab

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

Catholic Author Headlines Borgognoni Lecture at Syracuse University Oct. 6

(Aug. 8, 2014)

Ron Hansen to discuss importance of ‘faith-inspired fiction’

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'

Janklow Student Hits All the Right Notes

(Aug. 7, 2014)

Dylan Rocke ’14 parlays music industry training into arts leadership studies

Gregg Lambert to Step Down from Syracuse University Humanities Center to Focus on Advancement of CNY Humanities Corridor

(Aug. 7, 2014)

Dean's Professor of Humanities to take Corridor to 'next level of success'

La Casita Cultural Center to Observe National Hispanic Heritage Month

(Aug. 7, 2014)

Latinos in the U.S. Armed Forces and their families to be honored at La Casita

Free Reading and Discussion Program Available to Greater-Syracuse Veteran Community

(Aug. 6, 2014)

New York Council for the Humanities and Central New York Humanities Corridor partner up to present discussion on Serving: Standing Down

Janklow Student to Use Arts Leadership to ‘Connect Cultures’

(July 30, 2014)

Fan Wang G’15 comes from Beijing to Syracuse to study arts leadership

Tesia Kim ’13 Shines as Teach For America Science Teacher

(July 30, 2014)

Former biology and nutrition student shares love of science with Chicago high school students

Creating ‘Posse'bilities

(July 29, 2014)

Dulce Gallo-Blanco ’17 is the first in her family to attend college, thanks to a national access program

Vincent Covelli ’07 Poised for Success in Medicine

(July 29, 2014)

Biochemistry major remembers Syracuse University’s ‘passionate’ faculty

Finding a Home at Syracuse University

(July 28, 2014)

Alexandra Gary ’14 explains why Syracuse University is so captivating

Giving ‘Voice’ to ‘The Times’

(July 28, 2014)

Ian Carlino ’13 accepts editorial position at The New York Times

Music History Alumnus Thriving as Music Composer

(July 28, 2014)

Jeff Peters ’09 says sense of community helped pave the way for a successful career

Raising the Bar

(July 28, 2014)

Dancer Jessica Walts G’15 hits her mark with the Janklow Program

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

(July 25, 2014)

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

No Place Like Home

(July 24, 2014)

Student-athlete Cam MacPherson '16 returns to Central New York to carry on family name

Syracuse University Arts Leadership Expert to Speak at Rochester Institute of Technology

(July 22, 2014)

Janklow Program Founding Director Mark Nerenhausen Invited to Participate in Arts Symposium

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



(July 22, 2014)

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

When Student Becomes Teacher…

(July 22, 2014)

Art History Alumna to Lead Florence Graduate Program in Renaissance Art as Gary Radke says ‘Ciao’ to Syracuse University

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



(July 18, 2014)

Mathew M. Maye's research may yield multiple applications for inorganic nanoparticles

Love of Ecology Leads Biology Ph.D. Student to Syracuse University

(July 17, 2014)

Elise Hinman says “great group of ecologists” make all the difference at Syracuse

Student Spotlight: Elizabeth Bazluke '16

(July 17, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Rosa Leon ’14 Awarded Research Supplement

(July 17, 2014)

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

Poet Lyn Lifshin ’60 Continues on Publishing Streak

(July 15, 2014)

Arts and Sciences alumna remembers her inspiring professors at Syracuse University

Arts and Sciences Alumnus Specializes in 'Age Management Medicine'

(July 9, 2014)

Desmond Ebanks '80 uses his liberal arts training to run an innovative medical practice

Arts and Sciences Alumna Embarks on Medical Research Career

(July 3, 2014)

Jennifer Lawson '14 credits Syracuse University for making her 'professionally competitive'

Arts and Sciences Alumna Named First Runner-Up in Miss Rhode Island Pageant

(July 1, 2014)

Alexandra Curtis ’14 awarded academic tuition scholarship for her accomplishment

Karin Ruhlandt Begins Term as Interim Dean of Arts and Sciences

(July 1, 2014)

Renowned chemist eager to write College’s next chapter

Class Marshal Writes Next Chapter of Career

(July 1, 2014)

Margaux Derevin '14 poised to teach high school English in the fall

Syracuse University Honors Physicist Paul Souder With Daylong Symposium July 13

(July 1, 2014)

Program features remarks by top particle physicists, astrophysicists

Skaneateles to Host International Physics Conference July 14-19

(July 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

Arts and Sciences Alumna Charts Impressive Path

(June 26, 2014)

Dr. Alicia Carroll Credits Well-Rounded Education for Career Success

Finnish Professorship Done but Not Forgotten

(June 25, 2014)

Mathematician Tadeusz Iwaniec returns from six-year professorship in Finland

Syracuse University Alumnus Brings History to Life

(June 24, 2014)

Jack Fiorito ’59 recognized for work with Bay Area landmarks

Syracuse University Alumnus Recognized for Public School Advocacy

(June 24, 2014)

Todd Flaherty ’70 receives Paul W. Crowley Award for work with Rhode Island schools

Tori Costantino G’14 Named Theater Operations Manager for Austin Film Festival

(June 24, 2014)

Credits Janklow Arts Leadership Program for Career Preparedness

Lauren Duda '14 Accepts Position with Lockheed Martin

(June 23, 2014)

Duda to work on Lockheed Martin communications team

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

(June 19, 2014)

Biologist Kate Lewis to Use Award to Study Spinal Cord

Renaissance Man

(June 18, 2014)

Art historian Gary M. Radke ’73 reflects on a storied career at Syracuse University

Student Spotlight: Philomena Duffy '13, G'15

(June 16, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Ben Bradley Awarded $94,000 by the Immortality Project at University of California, Riverside

(June 13, 2014)

Bradley and Team to Study Death, Rational Emotion, and Meaningfulness

Syracuse University Writer Publishes Book on Iconic Arts Leader, Music Educator

(June 13, 2014)

Rob Enslin co-writes Ned Corman memoir, 'Now's the Time'

Matt Fernandes ’15 Calls Winston Fisher Seminar an ‘Insightful Experience’

(June 10, 2014)

Fernandes: "It gave me the confidence to face new and exciting challenges"

Syracuse University Geologists Confirm Oxygen Levels of Ancient Oceans

(June 9, 2014)

Research may also impact study of marine ecology, global warming

Arts and Sciences Philosopher Named Inaugural Sutton Distinguished Chair

(June 4, 2014)

Philosophy Chair Ben Bradley Recognized for Commitment to Humanities

Syracuse University Professor Unveils ‘Lost Play' by 17th-Century Master

(June 3, 2014)

Spanish expert Alejandro García-Reidy continues to make headlines with discovery of 1614 play by Lope

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

(June 2, 2014)

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

Student Spotlight: Samantha Driscoll ‘14

(May 30, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Student Spotlight: Isaac Messina '14

(May 27, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Two Leaves and a Bud

(May 21, 2014)

Art historian Romita Ray is using an NEH Summer Stipend to study the visual cultures of tea consumption in India

Professorship Established in Arts and Sciences Alumnus’ Name

(May 21, 2014)

Biology Professor Scott Pitnick Appointed Weeden Professor

Women and Gender Studies Faculty Continue to Rack Up Recognitions

(May 20, 2014)

Vivian May Named President of Leading Women’s Studies Organization, Receives Social Justice Recognition Award

Syracuse University Scholar Investigates ‘Media-Savvy Evangelicalism’

(May 16, 2014)

Deborah Justice says churches are increasingly turning to popular music, digital media to attract followers

Student Spotlight: Emily Pompelia '14

(May 16, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

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

'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

Farewell Remarks and Reception to be Held in Dean George M. Langford’s Honor

(May 15, 2014)

Langford Stepping Down as Dean, Will Return to Faculty after Year-Long Sabbatical

Student Spotlight: Tim Maynes G'14

(May 13, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Margaux Deverin Delivers 2014 Senior Address

(May 12, 2014)

Deverin: "Don’t be afraid to be adventurous. Explore."

Sandra Hewett Delivers 2014 Faculty Address

(May 12, 2014)

Hewett: "Identify the outliers. Better yet, be one!"

Student Spotlight: Alexandra Rachelle Siclait G'14

(May 9, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Student Spotlight: Anastasia Selby '15

(May 9, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Syracuse University Chemists Design Molecules for Controlling Bacterial Behavior

(May 7, 2014)

Yan-Yeung Luk's lab has come up molecules that dominate bacteria without making them drug-resistant

Syracuse University Chemist to Receive BASF Lifetime Achievement Award

(May 6, 2014)

James Dabrowiak recognized for pioneering work in precious metals, medicine

Art and Music Histories Professor Recognized by American Philosophical Society

(May 6, 2014)

Wayne Franits awarded a Franklin Research Grant

Syracuse University Chemist Earns Humboldt Research Fellowship

(May 5, 2014)

Ivan V. Korendovych to use prestigious award to study protein engineering in Germany

Student Spotlight: Hannah Blackington '14

(April 30, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

Arts and Sciences Junior Awarded Norma Slepecky Undergraduate Prize

(April 29, 2014)

Triple Major Kristin Weeks Recognized for Commitment to STEM

Psychology Department to Host 21st Annual Poster Session

(April 28, 2014)

Arts and Sciences Alumnus to Deliver Keynote Speech

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

(April 28, 2014)

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

Syracuse University Physicists Confirm Existence of New Type of Meson

(April 28, 2014)

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

Student Spotlight: Wilson Ho '14

(April 28, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

The Chemistry of Success

(April 24, 2014)

Student Cody Webb traces his achievements at Le Moyne College to his time at Syracuse University

Ann Grodzins Gold Awarded Two Prominent Fellowships

(April 23, 2014)

Guggenheim Foundation, National Humanities Center Recognize Gold

Syracuse University Ph.D. student Adam Kozaczka Wins Mary Hatch Marshall Essay Award

(April 22, 2014)

Award given in honor of longtime faculty member

Women’s and Gender Studies Scholar Dana Olwan Recognized by Two Major Organizations

(April 22, 2014)

Olwan adds two more awards to already impressive resume

Eliza Kinnealey ’15 Feels at ‘Ease’ Following Winston Fisher Seminar

(April 22, 2014)

A&S junior says seminar was an ‘amazing opportunity’

Student Spotlight: Magenta Silberman '15

(April 22, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

College of Arts and Sciences Appoints New Communications Director

(April 22, 2014)

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

Anthropologist Wins Arts and Sciences’ Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

(April 18, 2014)

Douglas V. Armstrong noted for 'natural leadership abilities' and 'theoretical and methodological insights'

A Catalyst for Change

(April 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

Student Spotlight: Ejona Murataj ‘15

(April 15, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

CSD professor wins Arts and Sciences master’s teaching award

(April 14, 2014)

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

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

(April 10, 2014)

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

SU geologists prove early Tibetan Plateau was larger than previously thought

(April 10, 2014)

Professor Gregory Hoke says parts of ancient plateau were 600 miles longer

SU Biologist Awarded Prestigious Research Grant

(April 9, 2014)

Katharine Lewis and Research Team Recognized by Human Frontier Science Program

SU plays key role in search for elusive dark matter

(April 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

Maryann Akinboyewa '14: How I Spent Spring Break 2014

(April 8, 2014)

Student Spotlight Series

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

(April 2, 2014)

Ivan Korendovych's research is subject of major article in 'Nature Chemistry' magazine

Andrea Mencía ’14 Returns from Winston Fisher Seminar Prepared for Life after College

(April 1, 2014)

Says business plan competition challenged her like never before

Samuel Lee '14: ROI in Liberal Arts Education

(March 28, 2014)

Winston Fisher Seminar Business Plan Competition Winner says Liberal Arts Education Essential

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

(March 27, 2014)

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

Advocating for the Arts

(March 26, 2014)

It’s more than just asking for money…

SU biologists use sound to identify breeding grounds of endangered whales

(March 25, 2014)

Members of Susan Parks' Research Lab publish article on subject in 'PLOS ONE' journal

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

(March 25, 2014)

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

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

(March 21, 2014)

Participants to study "real data events" from the world's largest particle accelerator

SU Brass Ensemble presents ‘1914 Revue’ at Rome’s Capitol Theatre March 30

(March 19, 2014)

Award-winning group performs light classics, marches, songs, and rags

Communication Sciences and Disorders Names New Gebbie Speech-Language Clinic Director

(March 18, 2014)

Kim Lamparelli joins Gebbie Speech-Language Clinic

SU announces Languages, Literatures, Linguistics spring schedule

(March 17, 2014)

LLL presents an array of events with national, international scholars

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

(March 17, 2014)

Suzanne Baldwin Named Inaugural Thonis Professor

SU professor earns Kenyan award of order, mounts play at UC Irvine

(March 14, 2014)

Lauded by the same country that once ousted her, Micere Githae Mugo still calls Kenya 'home'

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

(March 11, 2014)

Six Students to Be Honored for Excellence in Introductory Earth Sciences

Spring Break is All Business for Winston Fisher Seminar Students

(March 3, 2014)

Arts and Sciences students to participate in annual Winston Fisher Seminar

The Invention of Religion Jews & Christians in the Ancient World to be presented March 26

(Feb. 27, 2014)

Daniel Boyarin to present B.G. Rudolph Lecture

Felix the Cat

(Feb. 24, 2014)

The Rascals’ beloved singer, keyboardist Felix Cavaliere ‘64 reflects on a ‘groovin’’ career

Physics Professor Lisa Manning Named a Sloan Research Fellow

(Feb. 20, 2014)

Manning one of 126 scholars to receive this year's award

SU’s College of Arts and Sciences Names New Director of Native American Studies Program

(Feb. 17, 2014)

Scott Manning Stevens to Lead NAS Program

National Institute of Health Awards SU Psychologist $2 Million Grant

(Feb. 14, 2014)

Natalie Russo to Use Grant to Study Autism Spectrum Disorders

Alumnae Honored: Italy Magazine Names " Florence for Free" Top Travel Blog

(Feb. 12, 2014)

Recognition left duo "speechless"

Ciao Italy: Alumnae Tell Tales from Italian Adventures

(Feb. 12, 2014)

Meg Dillon G ’11 and Hannah Hartsig G ’11 discuss experiences with SU's Graduate Art History Program in Florence

La Casita Cultural Center Presents Música del Corazón to Celebrate Launch of New Program

(Feb. 11, 2014)

La Casita Cultural Center to formally announce new program at February 21 event

SU Physicist’s Proposal Receives $2.25 Million in Funding

(Feb. 10, 2014)

Britton Plourde to lead team of researchers in ARO-funded project

SU, Le Moyne Team Up to Host Forum on Arts Leadership

(Feb. 6, 2014)

SU, Le Moyne to Host Trey Levey on February 25

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

SU welcomes world-renowned Rutgers philosopher Feb. 22

(Feb. 5, 2014)

Alvin Goldman to present second annual William P. Alston Lecture

‘Arts and Sciences’ magazine focuses on impact of communication, communications

(Feb. 5, 2014)

Issue includes cover story on English Professor George Saunders G'88

SU art historian reaps national awards

(Feb. 5, 2014)

Sascha Scott honored by College Art Association, Wyeth Foundation for American Art

Former SU professor named Japan Prize Laureate

(Feb. 4, 2014)

Biologist C. David Allis recognized for pioneering work in gene expression

Lessons learned

(Feb. 3, 2014)

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

Endowment established to support 'Symposium: A Quarterly Journal in Modern Literatures'

(Jan. 31, 2014)

Retired LLL professor, chair Harold G. Jones makes six-figure donation

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

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

J. Robert Lennon kicks off spring Raymond Carver Reading Series

(Jan. 28, 2014)

SU series features six guest writers, including NBA finalist Rachel Kushner, March 19

A storied legacy

(Jan. 28, 2014)

Decades before the M.F.A. Program in Creative Program was established, SU was a hotbed of literary talent. Maybe Stephen Crane was onto something.

FNSSI to 'open doors' for open house

(Jan. 27, 2014)

Event sheds light on academic, professional opportunities in forensics

SU scientist wins American Geophysical Union Fellowship

(Jan. 23, 2014)

Donald L. Siegel joins C. Page Chamberlain '79 in fellowship cohort

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

SU professor discovers 400-year-old play in Madrid

(Jan. 22, 2014)

Lost work is a comedy by Spanish master Lope de Vega

Janklow Arts Leadership Program to award professional development opportunity

(Jan. 22, 2014)

Program partnering with Webb Management Services, a leader in planning and operation of live performance spaces

Cuban dance weekend 'salsas' into Syracuse

(Jan. 17, 2014)

Bárbara Balbuena Gutiérrez headlines workshops, lectures, panel discussions

SU’s Ray Smith Symposium focuses on commodification, aesthetics of South Asian folk art, Feb. 27-March 1

(Jan. 17, 2014)

Special emphasis on Mithila paintings from India, Nepal

An Eye for Art, a Mind for Business

(Jan. 14, 2014)

Janklow student Mengyi Yan hopes to someday work in a museum or gallery

SU professor earns Puerto Rican PEN Club award

(Jan. 9, 2014)

Myrna García-Calderón wins research essay category

SU announces registration for international physics conference

(Jan. 6, 2014)

Lakeside town of Skaneateles to play host to weeklong program