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News-2015

Syracuse Philosopher Wins Major Book Award

(Dec. 23, 2015)

Frederick Beiser lauded for 600-page tome on Neo-Kantianism

Syracuse at Forefront of Creative Industries Management

(Dec. 18, 2015)

Interdisciplinary programs combine master’s level theory, hands-on practice

AMH Professor Teams up with Oberlin Ethnomusicologist on Scholarly Article

(Dec. 16, 2015)

Justice and Hadley explore value of diverse perspectives in performance research

We are Grateful (Video)

(Dec. 15, 2015)

Students in the College of Arts and Sciences reflect on what they are grateful for at Syracuse University.

A&S Graduate Students Bring Philosophy to Syracuse Charter School

(Dec. 15, 2015)

Eighth-graders tackle life’s persistent questions: Is it ever OK to lie? Is a hot dog a sandwich?

LHCb's Pentaquark Discovery Named 'Top-10 Breakthrough' of 2015

(Dec. 14, 2015)

Syracuse physicists led data analysis, putting to rest 51-year-old mystery

Teaming up to Fight Diabetes

(Dec. 10, 2015)

Syracuse researcher collaborates with biotech company to research new ways to deliver and/or protect drugs

The Science of Teaching, the Teaching of Science

(Dec. 10, 2015)

Former A&S Dean George M. Langford opens up about his ongoing work at the Marine Biological Laboratory and Howard Hughes Medical Institute

A Seat at the Big Table

(Dec. 9, 2015)

Ryan Hackett ’16 shares how recent Student Conference on US Affairs helped to solidify his post graduation plans

An Examined Life

(Dec. 8, 2015)

The Rev. Robert Grant '39 reflects on faith, family, and work

Syracuse Professor Throws Cold Water on Fracking Debate

(Dec. 8, 2015)

New study confirms poor water quality existed in Appalachian region, long before fracking

African Lake Provides Insight into Ancient Lake Levels, Biodiversity

(Dec. 7, 2015)

Earth sciences Ph.D. alumnus and Earth sciences professor are lead authors of new paper in Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

University Marks 25th Anniversary of ADA

(Dec. 2, 2015)

Daylong program included screening, discussion of documentary 'Invitation to Dance'

Point of Contact’s El Punto Art Studio Awarded 3 Year Grant

(Dec. 2, 2015)

Program to receive $39,000 from NYS Council of the Arts

Syracuse Philosopher Awarded German Order of Merit

(Dec. 1, 2015)

Frederick Charles Beiser lauded for lifelong dedication to teaching, study of German philosophy

How to Read the Air

(Nov. 23, 2015)

Acclaimed novelist Dinaw Mengestu will give a reading followed by Q & A session

Innovations in Window Efficiencies

(Nov. 23, 2015)

Professor Eric Schiff works to stem energy loss from older, single-pane windows

Pitch Perfect

(Nov. 22, 2015)

Toronto FC defender Skylar Thomas ’15 makes a big noise, on and off the field

Living in the Material World

(Nov. 19, 2015)

Physics professor using NSF grant award to study physical properties of biological entities

University Joins in Grand Opening of Ska-nonh Center Nov. 20-21

(Nov. 19, 2015)

New lakeside facility gives voice to Haudenosaunee history, values

Invitation to Dance

(Nov. 18, 2015)

An evening of events planned to help celebrate access and empowerment for people of all abilities.

Outlaw Culture Music

(Nov. 16, 2015)

A&S professor James Gordon Williams makes ‘faculty debut’ with concert of original music

Minerals from Papua New Guinea Hold Secret for Recycling of Noble Gases Between Deep Earth and Atmosphere

(Nov. 12, 2015)

Scientists find atmospheric gases trapped in minerals that are crystallized in Earth's mantle

Sexual Abuse Survivor, Activist Jennifer Nadler to Speak at Syracuse Nov. 12

(Nov. 11, 2015)

Visit is part of University's National Week of Action campaign

The 2015 Board of Visitors Faculty Panel Discussion

(Nov. 11, 2015)

A&S Faculty discuss what it means to have an 'Intense Liberal Arts Experience'.

Syracuse Symposium™ Celebrates Cinematic Artistry of Otolith Group Nov. 12

(Nov. 10, 2015)

Everson Museum will host discussion, screenings by acclaimed British arts collective

Syracuse Symposium™ Presents Renowned Harvard Art Historian Nov. 17-18

(Nov. 10, 2015)

Jennifer Roberts to explore relationship between social networks, print studies

Syracuse Chemists Turn Bacterial Molecules into Potential Drug Molecules

(Nov. 10, 2015)

Yan-Yeung Luk's Research Group develops therapeutic agents from synthetic molecules, which mimic, dominate ones made from bacteria

La Casita, Smithsonian Team up for ‘Latinos and Baseball’ Initiative

(Nov. 6, 2015)

New community collecting initiative traces impact of baseball on Latinos

Sudanese ‘Lost Boy’ John Dau ‘11 to Give Author Reading at Syracuse Nov. 19

(Nov. 4, 2015)

Dau will read from, discuss bestselling memoir, 'God Grew Tired of Us' (National Geographic, 2007)

Linguistics Professor Shares Insights at National, International Conferences

(Nov. 3, 2015)

Tej Bhatia is world-renowned expert on bilingualism, multiculturalism

Syracuse Physicists Aid in Study of Elusive Neutrinos

(Nov. 2, 2015)

Professor Mitchell Soderberg leads researchers on 'MicroBooNE' experiment at Fermilab

A Natural Curiosity

(Oct. 30, 2015)

Biology professor demystifies science for students

Mary Karr Next Author in Raymond Carver Reading Series

(Oct. 27, 2015)

Acclaimed memoirist and poet to speak Nov. 4.

Scholarly Detective Work Uncovers Piece by 17th-Century Artist

(Oct. 27, 2015)

Wayne Franits lends drawing, expertise on Dutch painter Godefridus Schalcken

Memory Is All in the Wrinkles. Or Is It?

(Oct. 26, 2015)

Syracuse, SUNY Upstate professors connect brain structure to learning and memory

Syracuse Symposium™ Presents Readings by Minnie Bruce Pratt, Martha Collins Nov. 5

(Oct. 26, 2015)

Humanities Center, Y Arts Branch team up for premier literary event

STEMming the Gap at Syracuse

(Oct. 23, 2015)

A look at some of the STEM initiatives changing the game on campus. (VIDEO)

Syracuse Guest Speaker to Discuss Black Westward Migration Nov. 4

(Oct. 22, 2015)

CUNY professor Marta Effinger-Crichlow explores black women's geographic, symbolic journeys

University Hosts Discussion on Women, Scandal, Social Media Oct. 25

(Oct. 20, 2015)

Event follows Syracuse Stage production of Steve Martin’s ‘The Underpants’

Future Nurse Jackie

(Oct. 18, 2015)

A double major in biology and Spanish, Jackie White ’14 has the prescription for success

SU Abroad Course in Lebanon, Jordan Solidifies Transnational Pedagogies, Practices

(Oct. 14, 2015)

"Global Perspectives, Local Contexts" examines feminism, gender, and sexuality in the Arab World

Plants Cope with Climate Change at Genetic Level

(Oct. 14, 2015)

Syracuse researchers find experimental climate challenges lead to rapid genetic changes

Deans’ Panel to Address STEM Preparation at Syracuse Oct. 23

(Oct. 14, 2015)

Deans Dahlberg, Masingila, Ruhlandt, and Stanton to participate in premier Orange Central event

Syracuse Philosopher Publishes Book on Jürgen Habermas

(Oct. 14, 2015)

Kenneth Baynes explores life, work of renowned German philosopher

Author Ethan Zuckerman to Deliver Syracuse Symposium™ Keynote Address Oct. 15

(Oct. 9, 2015)

MIT media scholar says 'deep skepticism of institutions of power' forces people to turn to the Internet to effect change

Carver Reading Series Continues with Novelist Daniel Torday Oct. 14

(Oct. 8, 2015)

Latest outing, ‘Last Flight of Poxl West,’ is critical and commercial success

Earth Sciences Department to Host 120 Area High School Students

(Oct. 8, 2015)

Liverpool 9th graders to learn about research, hear from faculty and grad students

Syracuse, Le Moyne, Redhouse Team up with Sphinx Virtuosi for ‘Diversity in Arts’ Panel Discussion Oct. 15

(Oct. 8, 2015)

Sphinx Virtuosi is nation's only professional chamber orchestra comprising blacks, Latinos

Advising & Career Services Announces 2015-16 'Career Conversations' Lineup

(Oct. 7, 2015)

Resume building, cover letter writing, and interview strategies among the slate of topics

Syracuse Presents Concert by Indian Classical Stars Oct. 10

(Oct. 5, 2015)

Arnab Chakrabarty and Shahbaz Hussain, leading exponents of ‘sarod’ and ‘tabla,’ respectively, perform in Setnor Auditorium

Central New York Hosts Nuclear Magnetic Resonance, Structural Biology Symposia Oct. 19-20

(Oct. 2, 2015)

Syracuse, SUNY Upstate Medical, SUNY-ESF team up for back-to-back events

Film & Screen Studies Eye 'Cast Changes' at Syracuse

(Oct. 1, 2015)

New program convener Roger Hallas builds on momentum generated by founder Steven Cohan

Syracuse Physicist Scores Back-to-Back Articles in Top Journals

(Oct. 1, 2015)

Lisa Manning breaks new ground in study of cell motion in biological tissues

Have Degree, Will Travel

(Oct. 1, 2015)

Maddi Durbin ’16 is logging airline miles, in preparation for a social justice career

FNSSI Awarded $155,000 Grant from National Institute of Justice

(Oct. 1, 2015)

Researchers will use funds to improve sexual assault investigations

Syracuse Hosts Lecture by Renowned Disability Scholar, Author Lennard J. Davis

(Sept. 29, 2015)

Event coincides with 25th anniversary of Americans with Disabilities Act

Syracuse Student Nabs Minority Leadership Award

(Sept. 29, 2015)

Melisa Abernathy honored by American Speech-Language and Hearing Association

Physics of Wrapping Miniature Droplets Takes Cue from Street Foods

(Sept. 28, 2015)

Joseph Paulsen publishes on optimal wrapping of miniature liquid droplets in ‘Nature Materials’

Syracuse Receives Major Grant from Japan Foundation

(Sept. 28, 2015)

LLL department using significant award to hire faculty, expand curriculum

Carver Series Presents Renowned Poet Tom Sleigh Sept. 30

(Sept. 25, 2015)

Sleigh is Syracuse’s Leonard and Elise Elman Visiting Writer

Students Invited to Learn about Career Opportunities in Art

(Sept. 25, 2015)

Syracuse University, Sotheby’s Institute of Art team up for information session Oct. 1

Famed South African Photographer to Visit Syracuse Sept. 28

(Sept. 24, 2015)

Cedric Nunn will discuss Apartheid resistance, participate in audience Q&A

Prospective Law Students Invited to Participate in 'Law Week 2015'

(Sept. 23, 2015)

College of Arts and Sciences to host half-dozen events Sept. 28-Oct. 2

Publisher of ‘National Catholic Reporter’ to Deliver Borgognoni Lecture Oct. 5

(Sept. 22, 2015)

Thomas C. Fox will discuss Pope Francis’ efforts to change Catholic Church

Big Data, Big Challenges

(Sept. 22, 2015)

Syracuse Symposium continues with Wali Lecture on computational social science

Syracuse Hosts EMPOWER Advisory Committee

(Sept. 21, 2015)

NSF-sponsored program supports water-energy research on campus

Janklow Program, Seattle Art Museum Launch ‘Competitive Fellowship Program’

(Sept. 18, 2015)

Fourteen-month fellowship offers traditional coursework, field-based learning in arts leadership

A Hunger for Knowledge

(Sept. 17, 2015)

Syracuse chemist awarded grant extension to continue study of rare genetic disorder

Syracuse Advances Search for Gravitational Waves

(Sept. 17, 2015)

Physicists participate in first run of new Advanced LIGO Detector, after five-year rebuild

Nebraska-Lincoln Chemist to Deliver Prins Lecture Sept. 22

(Sept. 15, 2015)

Joseph Francisco will discuss new frontiers in atmospheric chemistry

Syracuse Symposium™ Presents Human Rights Film Festival Sept. 24-26

(Sept. 14, 2015)

Festival is fall tradition, signature event of Syracuse Symposium™

Point of Contact Marks 40th Anniversary with Fall Events

(Sept. 14, 2015)

Celebrations include exhibition of POC's permanent contemporary art collection

Author Stephen Kuusisto Opens Carver Series at Syracuse Sept. 16

(Sept. 9, 2015)

Syracuse professor also acclaimed poet, memoirist

Shiptown: North Indian Lives Between Rural and Urban

(Sept. 8, 2015)

New religion chair Ann Grodzins Gold writes ethnographic study of North Indian market town

University Mourns Loss of Singer, Actor Theodore Bikel

(Sept. 8, 2015)

'Versatility was his hallmark,' says A&S Dean Emerita Cathryn R. Newton

Author Tobias Wolff to Receive National Medal of Arts Sept. 10

(Sept. 8, 2015)

Former Syracuse professor among those recognized at White House ceremony

Syracuse Chemists Awarded Grants for Interdisciplinary Research

(Sept. 4, 2015)

Professors Yan-Yeung Luk, John Chisholm redefine possibilities of organic chemistry

Mathematicians Sweep NSF Grant Awards

(Sept. 4, 2015)

Professors Shen, Lanzani, Leuschke awarded $518,000 in research support

From University Hill to Capitol Hill

(Sept. 2, 2015)

Matthew O’Leary ’15 is using his Syracuse degree to break into politics

Syracuse Physicist Lands NIH Grant Award to Study Tissue, Organ Formation

(Sept. 1, 2015)

M. Lisa Manning uses grant to investigate forces in organ development

Arts Leader Ruby Lerner Kicks Off Syracuse Symposium™ Sept. 10

(Sept. 1, 2015)

Lerner to explore role of ‘Networks’ in cultural philanthropy

Syracuse to Acquire Cutting-Edge DNA Sequencer

(Aug. 31, 2015)

System will have major implications for forensics teaching, research

La Casita Celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month

(Aug. 31, 2015)

Opening of Latino baseball exhibition coincides with HHM proclamation ceremony Sept. 15

Syracuse Hosts International Philosophy Conference Sept. 18-20

(Aug. 31, 2015)

Philosophers, scholars, and researchers converge on campus for Workshop for Oxford Studies in Political Philosophy

Syracuse Announces Fall Carver Reading Series

(Aug. 25, 2015)

Mary Karr, Tom Sleigh, Elissa Schappell among guest readers

Syracuse Physicists Excel at Gordon Research Conference in New Hampshire

(Aug. 25, 2015)

Professors Bowick, Manning, Marchetti, and Paulsen among presenters

In the Driver’s Seat

(Aug. 25, 2015)

Advising and Career Services provides ‘one-stop shopping’ for students

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

Syracuse Physicists Use Grant Award to Facilitate Teacher Training

(Aug. 20, 2015)

Grant benefits Physics Alliance of Central New York, involving University and area high school schools

Teaching the World

(Aug. 18, 2015)

Syracuse University to host Fulbright Foreign Language Teaching Assistant summer orientation

A&S Alumnus Michael Dwyer G’10 Publishes First Book

(Aug. 17, 2015)

Credits English Professor Emeritus Steven Cohan for helping to lay the groundwork for career success

A Celebration of Science

(Aug. 13, 2015)

Undergraduates from around the country showcase their research at a grand event at Syracuse University

Janklow Program Takes National Stage

(Aug. 7, 2015)

Director Mark Nerenhausen invited to participate at Americans for the Arts’ leadership roundtable

Alumna Appointed National Portrait Gallery Historian

(Aug. 5, 2015)

Lemay says Syracuse inspired her to follow her passion

Global to Local

(Aug. 5, 2015)

The Writing Center, operated by the College's Writing Program, provides individualized instruction in all aspects of writing

From Battlefield to Bookworm

(Aug. 3, 2015)

The Warrior-Scholar Project gives transitioning vets the academic tools needed to succeed on campus (VIDEO)

Psychologist Awarded $2.1 Million NIH Grant

(July 30, 2015)

Maisto to study impact of factors on decision making among HIV-negative men prone to risky behavior

Syracuse Sociologists Shine at National Conference in Chicago

(July 22, 2015)

Faculty, graduate students present research at industry meeting in August

A Precarious Balance

(July 17, 2015)

Biologist Jason Fridley co-authors international biodiversity research paper

Syracuse Philosophers Celebrate 10th Anniversary of SPAWN Series

(July 17, 2015)

Junior, senior scholars from around the globe revisit “Consciousness” theme from 2005

Syracuse Physicists Awarded $3 Million Grant to Build Particle Detector

(July 15, 2015)

Project is part of CERN upgrade in Switzerland

'The Real Thing'

(July 14, 2015)

Composer John Liberatore '07 draws on his CNY roots to achieve national success

‘New York Times’ Best-Selling Author to Deliver Fall Milton Lecture

(July 14, 2015)

William Deresiewicz will discuss tangible value of liberal arts education

Syracuse Physicists Confirm Existence of Rare ‘Pentaquarks’

(July 14, 2015)

Discovery marks culmination of decades-long search for elusive particles

Girls Just Want to Do Science!

(July 14, 2015)

Reawakening their natural scientific curiosity is the goal of the MOST Young Woman Science Camp (VIDEO)

All Systems Go

(July 8, 2015)

Samantha Usman receives highly competitive Astronaut Scholarship to help further her astrophysics research

'Playing' It Forward

(July 8, 2015)

Nate Haddad '13 is an award-winning volunteer for Playworks, AmeriCorps

Showing their PRIDE

(July 6, 2015)

Five psychology undergrads gain hands on experience with grad school level research over the summer. (VIDEO)

Atlanta Program Helps Students 'Discover' Heart of the South

(June 30, 2015)

14 rising sophomores and juniors participate in inaugural ‘Discover Atlanta’

Ethical Merit

(June 26, 2015)

Amy Massoud G’15 reaps praise after paper is accepted by premier philosophy journal

Pitchers at an Exhibition

(June 24, 2015)

Syracuse’s La Casita Cultural Center Seeks Submissions for Fall Baseball Project

Summer Science

(June 17, 2015)

Department of Psychology displays its PRIDE with five outstanding undergraduate students

Vivian May Appointed Director of Syracuse University Humanities Center

(June 17, 2015)

Women’s studies professor understands ‘visionary, strategic leadership,’ says A&S dean

Syracuse Physicist Awarded Grant to Study Physical Cell Biology

(June 16, 2015)

M. Lisa Manning to shed new light on formation of multicellular structures

Syracuse Student Wins Honors Capstone Awards for Original Novel

(June 16, 2015)

Anastasia Selby ’15 draws on real-life experiences for literary debut

Breanna Caires ‘15 Recognized for Scholarly Excellence

(June 15, 2015)

Newhouse graduate wins awards for Art & Music Histories papers

Syracuse Physicist Awarded Grant for Quantum Computing Efforts

(June 11, 2015)

Britton Plourde uses Army Research Office grant to create superconductor-based quantum computer

Syracuse Professor Publishes Book on Well-Being

(June 10, 2015)

Philosopher Ben Bradley explores how well-being is defined, measured

Common Ground

(June 4, 2015)

Mahnaz Afridi is not one to shy from controversy in the face of a global discussion

Against All Odds

(June 3, 2015)

Poet Jessica Poli G’15 has worked her share of odd jobs in pursuit of her craft

A Lucrative Experience

(June 3, 2015)

Degrees in art history, television, radio, and film pay big dividends for Juan Alvarez Valentin ‘15

A Passport to Opportunity

(June 3, 2015)

Dual major Nikkole Mojica ’15 is redrawing the boundaries of a Syracuse education

A Strong Finish for Art & Music Histories

(June 2, 2015)

Art & music histories students end year on high note

Syracuse Instructor Publishes Book of Poems

(June 2, 2015)

'Psalter' is Georgia Popoff's third collection of poetry, fourth book in print

Syracuse Biologist Awarded Two-Year NSF Grant Award

(June 1, 2015)

Jannice Friedman to use award to study sexual selection in plants

Syracuse Professor Recognized for Contributions to Latina/o Studies

(June 1, 2015)

Silvio Torres-Saillant is recipient of Frank Bonilla Public Intellectual Award

Ph.D. Student Awarded Grant to Help People in Pain Quit Smoking

(May 29, 2015)

Psychology student Emily Zale develops intervention for smokers with chronic pain

Syracuse’s Gebbie Clinic to Host Summer Literacy Camp July 20-24

(May 28, 2015)

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

Simons Foundation Funds Physics, Mathematics Researchers

(May 27, 2015)

Professors Marchetti, Horn, Leuschke, and Wylie receive Simons grant awards

University Integral to Advanced LIGO Success

(May 27, 2015)

Physics department has been leading the search for gravitational waves for more than 25 years

Syracuse Physicists Aid in Discovery of Subatomic Process

(May 13, 2015)

Sheldon Stone, colleagues use ‘particle decay’ to confirm existence of rare meson

Syracuse Biologist Lands Three-Year NIH Grant Award

(May 11, 2015)

Melissa Pepling will use monies to support ovarian biology research

The College of Arts and Sciences’ Convocation 2015

(May 9, 2015)

Nearly 1100 degree candidates participated in this year's undergraduate celebration

Syracuse Triumphs at ACC ‘Meeting of the Minds’ Conference

(May 8, 2015)

A&S students travel to NC State for three-day academic showcase

Syracuse to Host Training Workshop for DNA Mixture Analysis Software May 11-14

(May 7, 2015)

STRmix workshop reaffirms FNSSI as a national leader in forensics research.

Syracuse Geologist Jeff Karson Publishes Book on Oceanic Abyss

(May 7, 2015)

Filmmaker James Cameron calls it a "must-own."

Zeitgeist of Opportunity

(May 6, 2015)

Jack Matlack ’15 wins Max Kade Prize for German research

University Shines at Society for Cinema & Media Studies Conference

(May 5, 2015)

Professor Emeritus Steven Cohan to assume SCMS presidency

From Leonardo to Liucci

(May 4, 2015)

Alex Liucci and Leonardo da Vinci are more alike than you think

The Poet Will See You Now

(May 4, 2015)

Doctor-to-be Ashlee Thibaud ’16 finds inspiration—and education—in writing poetry

Syracuse Student ‘Says Yes’ to Art History

(May 4, 2015)

Thanks to Say Yes Syracuse, Bailey Pfohl ’15 is getting a world-class education, at no cost

A Thirst for Challenge

(May 4, 2015)

Erik Brazdukas ’15 had always wanted to be a writer, but found a love for computers

Every Corner of the World

(May 4, 2015)

Syracuse Fulbright Scholars make meaningful impacts around the globe

A Global Perspective

(May 4, 2015)

Graduating senior, Iti Maloney, strives to help the world's water crisis

Syracuse Professor Appointed Editor of Writing & Rhetoric Series

(May 4, 2015)

Steve Parks will oversee publication of scholarly books about writing studies

WGS Faculty Recognized for ‘Timely, Relevant’ Scholarship

(April 29, 2015)

Department chair praises colleagues for challenging 'interconnected systems of oppression in work'

Syracuse Geologists Rack up Honors, Awards

(April 28, 2015)

Professors Ivany, Baldwin, Samson recognized for leadership, service

Syracuse Senior Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

(April 28, 2015)

Kristopher Murray ’15 will study integrated biomedical sciences at Notre Dame

Arts in Science; Science in Arts

(April 28, 2015)

Professor Sam Gorovitz shares his artistic side in sculpture, photos

Syracuse Professors to Receive Graduate Teaching Awards

(April 27, 2015)

Lois Agnew, Horace Campbell will be feted by A&S

Is There a Doctor in the House?

(April 27, 2015)

Ready for Med School, Lewis Paulino Still has One More Year of College

Ready for His Close-Up

(April 27, 2015)

Matt Fernandes ’15 has ‘found his way from San Jose’ to the Salt City, in hopes of launching a film career

Maxwell School to Present Third Annual Celebration of Undergraduate Scholarship

(April 23, 2015)

Research poster session scheduled for Wednesday, April 29, at 3 p.m.

Taking Care of Business

(April 22, 2015)

Military Vets, Former Athletes Team up for ‘Entrepreneurship Bootcamp’ at Syracuse University

From Locker Room to Boardroom

(April 22, 2015)

Former NHL players Clint Malarchuk and Mike Gaul are using a new playbook to chart life after hockey

Syracuse Professor Receives NEH Summer Stipend Research Grant

(April 21, 2015)

Amy Kallander will use award to study women, family in Tunisia

Chemistry Major to Receive Slepecky Research Prize April 24

(April 21, 2015)

Event includes keynote address by MIT’s Noelle Eckley Selin

A Better Pill to Swallow

(April 20, 2015)

Chemist Robert Doyle ‘mixes up the medicine’ to fight obesity

Carver Reading Series Concludes with Poet Ishion Hutchinson April 22

(April 15, 2015)

Jamaican-born poet known for award-winning collection, 'Far District'

Syracuse Art Historian Publishes Book on Vermeer

(April 15, 2015)

Professor Wayne Franits provides fresh insight into 17th-century Dutch master

Syracuse Professor Reconsiders Role of Native Americans in U.S. History

(April 15, 2015)

Scott Manning Stevens is co-author of new book ‘Why You Can’t Teach United States History Without American Indians’

Program includes remarks by two former U.S. statesmen, followed by a screening of "Promise Land."

(April 15, 2015)

Program includes remarks by two former U.S. statesmen, followed by screening of 'Promise Land'

Syracuse to Host ‘Current Trends and New Horizons in Forensic and National Security Sciences: Opportunities and Challenges’

(April 14, 2015)

Congressman John Katko to deliver keynote lecture April 27, panel discussion scheduled for May 7

Syracuse Receives $3 Million Grant for Graduate-Level STEM Training

(April 13, 2015)

Interdisciplinary project focuses on water-energy research

British Literary Scholar, Theorist Evan Gottlieb to Visit Syracuse April 16-17

(April 13, 2015)

Renowned Oregon State professor will discuss ‘Speculative Romanticisms,’ multi-format publishing

Syracuse Hosts Author/Musician Rita Indiana, Filmmaker Noelia Quintero April 23-24

(April 13, 2015)

Visit is final installment of Humanities Center’s Spring Symposia series

Syracuse Takes Top Honors at National Model UN Conference in New York City

(April 10, 2015)

Group represented Ecuador, named ‘Outstanding Delegation’

New Documentary 'Answers the Call' for Syracuse Alumnus

(April 8, 2015)

Bryce Renninger ’07 returns to campus to screen his new film, HOTLINE

Syracuse, SUNY-ESF Host Science Exploration Day for Regional Youth

(April 8, 2015)

STEM Day on the Hill attracts more than a hundred middle and high school students

A&S, SU Abroad Reopen 'Paris Noir' Application Period

(April 7, 2015)

Interested students should contact SU Abroad immediately to initiate application process

Discovering New Connections

(April 7, 2015)

First annual Neuroscience Research Day highlights great collaboration on campus

Syracuse to Host Regional Earth Sciences Symposium April 11

(April 7, 2015)

UT Dallas geoscientist John W. Geissman will deliver keynote address

CNY Humanities Corridor Programs Continue Collaboration with the New York Council for the Humanities

(April 6, 2015)

Two initiatives will highlight humanities scholarship through dialogue and workshops

Syracuse Humanities Center Presents Medical Anthropologist Joseph Alter April 16-17

(April 3, 2015)

Pitt professor known for groundbreaking study of Nature Cure in contemporary India

Zeitgeist of Opportunity

(April 1, 2015)

Creative Musician James Gordon Williams to Headline Local Events

Jazz Icon Randy Weston to Headline Inaugural John L. Johnson Lecture Series April 16

(April 1, 2015)

New series honors founder of A&S' African American studies department

Syracuse University’s Writing Program to Host Notre Dame’s John Duffy

(March 31, 2015)

Duffy to present ‘Rhetorical Virtues: The Ethical Discourse of the Writing Classroom’ on Wed., April 1 at 1 p.m.

Reflected in the Stars

(March 30, 2015)

The Patricia Meyers Druger Astronomy Learning Center will serve over 600 students each semester.

Longtime Arts & Sciences Spanish Instructor Publishes New Book

(March 27, 2015)

Antonio Casale authors Winds of Love

Filmmaker Dorit Naaman G'95 Returns to Syracuse to Explore 'Identity Politics' April 8-9

(March 25, 2015)

Visit is part of Humanities Center’s Spring Symposia series

Neuroscience Research Day Extends Registration Deadline

(March 25, 2015)

Organizers say a handful of seats available for April 3 event

Acclaimed Poet Ron Padgett Headlines Carver Reading Series April 1

(March 25, 2015)

Former New York School poet known for 'serious, playful' style

Atlanta Program Helps Students 'Discover' Heart of the South

(March 23, 2015)

14 rising sophomores and juniors selected to participate in inaugural ‘Discover Atlanta’

Lessons from the Fishbowl

(March 23, 2015)

Solvay High School students get hooked on zebrafish at Syracuse University

E.C. Osondu G'07 Returns to Syracuse for Carver Reading Series March 25

(March 20, 2015)

Nigerian writer known for award-winning 'deadpan' style

Syracuse Humanities Center Explores 'Hoodoo' Spirituality March 23

(March 20, 2015)

Professor Arthur Flowers moderates discussion, ritual performance

Syracuse Honors Mĩcere Gĩthae Mũgo with Major Celebration April 2-3

(March 20, 2015)

Professor is prize-winning poet, playwright, activist, scholar of African 'orature'

University Mourns Loss of Filmmaker Albert Maysles ’49

(March 19, 2015)

Pioneer documentarian known for ‘Gimme Shelter,’ ‘Grey Gardens’

Volunteers Needed for Genetic Research Study at SUNY Upstate

(March 19, 2015)

Study is co-led by Syracuse alumnus, involves 10 A&S students

Syracuse Dedicates Patricia Meyers Druger Astronomy Learning Center at Holden Observatory March 28

(March 17, 2015)

NASA astronaut Franklin Story Musgrave '58, H'85 is among those speaking at the dedication ceremony at 11 a.m. in Hendricks Chapel.

WGS Professors Reap National, International Honors

(March 16, 2015)

Department of Women’s & Gender Studies is nationally known for ‘high level’ of teaching, scholarshi

Syracuse Humanities Center Celebrates Black Queer Studies March 18-19

(March 16, 2015)

Guest scholars headline lecture, seminar, ‘Pouring Tea’ performance

Syracuse, Le Moyne to Address Faith-Based Labor Organizing April 10-11

(March 13, 2015)

Symposium features nearly 20 panelists from North and South America, Europe

Syracuse Goes Global with I-CAMP School for Physicists

(March 6, 2015)

Recent article reveals talent pipeline between CNY, South Africa

Syracuse Physicist Earns Cottrell Scholar Award

(March 6, 2015)

M. Lisa Manning to use prestigious award to study cell behavior

Syracuse Professor Recognized by Council of Writing Program Administrators

(March 6, 2015)

Tony Scott wins awards for article on large-scale writing assessment

You're Hired!

(March 5, 2015)

Dual major Nancy Leu '15 opens up about her time at Syracuse, the benefits of networking, and the job waiting for her in New York City. (VIDEO)

Physicist Harvey Kaplan Remembered

(March 4, 2015)

Professor known for fairness, wit, love of music and wordplay

Contemplative Collaborative Brownbag Series to Conclude with "Mindfulness Goes to School: Linking Research with Practice"

(March 3, 2015)

Lecture to explore mindfulness and contemplative practices in school settings and linking research with practice

Designing Woman

(March 3, 2015)

Olivia Pek' 15 curates SUArt Galleries Exhibit

Religion Faculty Earn Top Honors

(March 3, 2015)

Professors Lloyd, Burrus, Gold awarded major research fellowships

Syracuse Unveils Charles Brightman Endowed Professorship of Physics

(March 3, 2015)

Professorship named for longtime physics professor, designed to ‘strengthen already strong department’

Literary, Cultural Critic Mark Edmundson to Speak at Syracuse March 2

(Feb. 26, 2015)

Professor of English at The University of Virginia will present ‘Self and Soul: In Defense of Ideals’

Humanities Center Continues Spring Symposia with Lecture on Social Networks March 4

(Feb. 26, 2015)

Gesa E. Kirsch to deliver ‘The Power of Social Networks: Rhetorical Agency and Civic Activism among 19th-Century Women Physicians’

University Honors Minnie Bruce Pratt Feb. 26

(Feb. 24, 2015)

Poet-activist to retire in June, after decade in A&S

Mathematics Department on Hot Streak

(Feb. 20, 2015)

Profs rack up grant awards, global speaking commitments

A Place to Celebrate and Learn

(Feb. 19, 2015)

The Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Library is one of Syracuse University's hidden gems.

The Business of the Backbeat

(Feb. 19, 2015)

Drummer Jason Sutter illuminates Syracuse students on the business of rock 'n' roll

Karin Ruhlandt Appointed Dean of Arts and Sciences

(Feb. 19, 2015)

Ruhlandt has served as interim dean of the College since July 2014

Syracuse Spring Symposia Explores Link Between Religion, Sexuality Feb. 27

(Feb. 18, 2015)

HC Faculty Fellow William Robert headlines 'public conversation,' mini-seminar

Syracuse English Department to Host Bloomsbury Editor Lea Beresford Feb. 23

(Feb. 17, 2015)

Event open to all Syracuse University students interested in pursuing a career in publishing or editing

Syracuse Carver Series Continues with Poet Bridget Lowe G'09 Feb. 25

(Feb. 16, 2015)

Missouri poet draws inspiration from saints, philosophers

Professor Sanford Sternlicht G’62 Publishes Book on Iconic Playwright August Wilson

(Feb. 16, 2015)

Sternlicht will read from, discuss book during HC Library series March 25

Natalie Rebeyev ‘15 Named Gates Cambridge Scholar

(Feb. 12, 2015)

A&S senior one of only 40 students in United States to receive prestigious scholarship

Cathryn Newton Appointed a Provost’s Faculty Fellow

(Feb. 11, 2015)

Newton will focus on academic philanthropy; large-scale academic space planning; and academic programming initiatives

Once Upon a Crime

(Feb. 11, 2015)

Forensic analysis is nothing like it appears on TV, says Syracuse scientist Michael Marciano

Marine Geologist Daniel Fornari to Headline Holmes Ceremony at Syracuse Feb. 26

(Feb. 10, 2015)

The Chauncey D. Holmes Ceremony and Lecture recognizes outstanding students of introductory geology

Syracuse Physicist Jedidah Isler Named TED Fellow

(Feb. 10, 2015)

Isler to travel to Vancouver to participate in international TED Conference

Rule of Three

(Feb. 10, 2015)

Home and abroad, Kristin Weeks ’15 is using her three majors to make the world a better place

16 Upperclassmen Selected to Prestigious Leadership Program

(Feb. 10, 2015)

Nearly 100 SU students have participated in the program since its start in 2008

Student Poet Wendy Chen G'17 Earns National Accolade

(Feb. 9, 2015)

The Culture Trip names her one of "10 Young American Poets Changing the Face of Poetry"

All ‘Four’ One, One ‘Four’ All

(Feb. 9, 2015)

Bo Stewart ’15 is one of Syracuse’s few quadruple majors

Senior Spotlight: Brittany Beyer '15

(Feb. 9, 2015)

University Scholar nominee credits supportive faculty, ‘endless opportunities’ for academic success

Contemplative Collaborative Brownbag Series Continues with "Learning to Be Present: Mindfulness Practices for Writing, Research, and Creativity"

(Feb. 9, 2015)

Lecture to explore how mindfulness and contemplative practices promote insight, creativity, focus, engagement, and a sense of well-being

A Passion for Compassion

(Feb. 6, 2015)

Psychology senior, Cavel Whyte, nourishes her giving nature at Syracuse University

Tools of the Trade

(Feb. 6, 2015)

Syracuse’s new Science Equipment Excellence Fund enhances liberal arts learning

Drummer for Smash Mouth, Marilyn Manson, and Foreigner to Present Three-Part Series at Syracuse Feb. 10-11

(Feb. 4, 2015)

Series with Jason Sutter to include a drum workshop, lecture, and Q&A session

Carver Reading Series Continues with Novelist Jenny Offill Feb. 11

(Feb. 4, 2015)

Author of ‘Dept. of Speculation’ is Len and Elise Elman Visiting Writer

Women’s Studies Pioneer Rosi Braidotti to Speak at Syracuse Feb. 12-13

(Feb. 4, 2015)

Acclaimed scholar will visit Syracuse, Cornell as part of weeklong residency

Syracuse Geologist Chris Junium Awarded Prestigious CAREER Grant

(Jan. 30, 2015)

Christopher Junium uses NSF grant to study link between marine life, global warming

Syracuse Professor Wins American Chemical Society’s Junior Faculty Award

(Jan. 29, 2015)

Arindam ‘Ari’ Chakraborty to be recognized at ACS annual meeting

The Perfect Combination

(Jan. 29, 2015)

Laura Cohen '15 finds plenty of motivation to pursue her dreams in advocacy journalism

Syracuse Alumnus Hits Bull’s-Eye with International Research

(Jan. 28, 2015)

International Relations and Economics major has capstone project published in Cornell Economics Society academic research journal

Recognitions Roll in for LLL Faculty

(Jan. 28, 2015)

Syracuse professors occupy top positions at Modern Language Association, International Association of World Englishes, and Linguistic Society of America

Jonathan Dee Kicks Off Spring Carver Reading Series January 28

(Jan. 27, 2015)

His 2010 Novel Was a Pulitzer Finalist

Women’s and Gender Studies Chair Vivian May Publishes New Book

(Jan. 27, 2015)

Renowned scholar calls May’s book ‘a must-read for scholars and practitioners committed to social justice movements and anti-oppression ideologies

Someone’s in the Kitchen with Daniel

(Jan. 22, 2015)

A Fiesta Bowl internship is one A&S graduate’s secret ingredient for success

Syracuse geologists receive federal grant to study tectonic uplift

(Jan. 22, 2015)

Gregory Hoke, Devin McPhillips use EAGER grant to study how surface elevation changes with time

Literary historian Gordon Hutner to speak at Syracuse Jan. 22-23

(Jan. 21, 2015)

The renowned University of Illinois English professor will present a lecture on the 21st-century American novel and a how-to workshop on scholarly articles.

Syracuse’s Carver Reading Series Announces Spring Lineup

(Jan. 21, 2015)

Novelist Jonathan Dee kicks off series Jan. 28

Getting Sentimental

(Jan. 20, 2015)

At 98, Don Waful is one of Syracuse University's oldest surviving wartime vets

A Conversation with Don Waful

(Jan. 20, 2015)

World War II veteran Don Waful '37, G'39 reflects on his life and loves--and devotion to Syracuse football. (VIDEO)

Getting Sentimental

(Jan. 20, 2015)

At 98, Don Waful is one of Syracuse University's oldest surviving wartime vets

2015 Spring Symposia

(Jan. 16, 2015)

Series features two-dozen lectures, workshops, performances, screenings

Syracuse professor examines 200 years of Western American art

(Jan. 15, 2015)

New book by Scott Manning Stevens features 320 illustrations by 140 artists, dating back to 1790s

Syracuse Professor to deliver keynote address at MLK celebration in Geneva, NY

(Jan. 14, 2015)

Silvio Torres-Saillant will discuss importance of peaceful coexistence, interfaith respect

Syracuse Professor to Discuss ‘Cultural Entrepreneurship’ at Rochester Symposium Jan. 14

(Jan. 6, 2015)

Mark Nerenhausen joins SoHarlem’s Janet Rodriguez for daylong program

Art Historians Make History at Syracuse

(Jan. 3, 2015)

Professors Luis Castañeda and Sascha Scott make authorial debuts with art books on ’68 Olympics and Native cultures, respectively