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News-2016

Geologists Publish New Details about Evolution of East African Rift Valley

(Dec. 21, 2016)

Christopher Scholz, Tannis McCartney G'17 co-author article based on Lake Malawi research

Mathematics Professor Awarded Patent for Medical Imaging Project

(Dec. 16, 2016)

Lixin Shen's project involves emission computed tomography reconstruction

Two Minutes with Rob Enslin

(Dec. 16, 2016)

A&S communications manager riffs on music, art, writing

A Fresh Look at Seventeenth-Century Understanding of Melancholy

(Dec. 16, 2016)

Stephanie Shirilan’s book wins CNY Book Award

Physics Chair Honored for Innovation, Education, Leadership

(Dec. 15, 2016)

A. Alan Middleton is a newly elected 2016 Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Biologist Earns National Evolution Education Award

(Dec. 14, 2016)

Award Recognizes Innovative Teaching, Community Outreach

Rock and a Hard Place

(Dec. 13, 2016)

Recent events at Standing Rock spark new questions about sacredness, environment, tribal nation sovereignty

New Book Traces Wikipedia's Origins to 18th-Century Encyclopedia

(Dec. 13, 2016)

Krista Kennedy’s work raises questions about who and what is a writer in computer age

Dollars and Sense

(Dec. 9, 2016)

Financial advisor Alexander Kadish ’01 endows scholarship for first-year A&S students

Help students soar at the College of Arts and Sciences

(Dec. 8, 2016)

Please consider a year-end gift to The College

SUBE Harmonizes with Syracuse Chorale Dec. 10

(Dec. 7, 2016)

Groups collaborate on holiday concerts

Discussing Philosophical Ethics Without Shouting

(Dec. 6, 2016)

David Sobel co-edits online blog PEA Soup

English Department Establishes Memorial Fellowship

(Dec. 5, 2016)

Joseph Hughes Memorial Summer Fellowship will help Ph.D. candidates with dissertation process

Play It Again, Sam

(Dec. 5, 2016)

Dedicated instructor appointed committee member for the American Association of Physics Teachers (AAPT)

M. Lisa Manning Awarded Simons Investigator Grant

(Dec. 5, 2016)

Prestigious international award encourages fearless, cutting-edge research

Digital Religion: 3D Temples, Confession Apps, Virtual Shrines

(Nov. 29, 2016)

New course tackles meaning of digital religion

Mexican Immigration Scholar Gilberto Cárdenas to Visit Syracuse Dec. 1

(Nov. 29, 2016)

Notre Dame professor boasts world’s largest private collection of Latino art

National Awards for Students in Auditory Research Lab

(Nov. 28, 2016)

Members of Vander Werff lab recognized for academic excellence

Live Stream of 30th annual Graduate Symposium from Florence

(Nov. 28, 2016)

Students, faculty invited to watch graduate students present their research papers from Italy

Music Historian Part of International Shakespeare Project

(Nov. 23, 2016)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler and her colleagues have received a 3-year grant from the UK's Arts and Humanities Research Council

Stanford’s Carla Shatz to Deliver Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture Dec. 8

(Nov. 23, 2016)

Two-day visit by renowned neurobiologist part of Syracuse Symposium

Two Minutes with Jaklin Kornfilt

(Nov. 23, 2016)

The celebrated professor looks to expand her research in Turkish syntax and morphology

A Blueprint for Lithuanian Arts

(Nov. 23, 2016)

Fulbright scholar Irena Alperyte excels in Janklow Arts Leadership Program

A Moral Obligation

(Nov. 21, 2016)

While researching in Turkey, Ahmed Abdel Meguid witnessed coup attempt

Nominees Sought for Strategic Planning Working Groups

(Nov. 21, 2016)

All nominations must be submitted by December 5

English Professor Awarded Howard Foundation Fellowship

(Nov. 17, 2016)

Hallas to use grant to complete book exploring the intersection between photography and a documentary film

A Legacy of Caring

(Nov. 16, 2016)

Marilyn Kerr's memory lives on, thanks to new endowed fund in biology department

A Broader View of Transnational Feminism

(Nov. 16, 2016)

Sheila Ragunathan traveled from Frankfurt to Syracuse to pursue Women's & Gender Studies

University Shines at Statewide TESOL Conference

(Nov. 15, 2016)

Conference returns to Syracuse for first time in 12 years, exceeds expectations

'Dominican Music Week' Features Back-to-Back Events

(Nov. 9, 2016)

Lineup includes Pa’lo Monte concert, Darío Tejeda mini-seminar

Student Explores Scottish Identity, Culture Through Fulbright Program

(Nov. 9, 2016)

Hannah Butler '19 participated in Fulbright-Scotland Summer Institute 2016

Innovative Science Conference Offers 'Live' Research Lessons on New State Standards

(Nov. 9, 2016)

Professor Sharon Dotger helps students, teachers master new state science standards

University Mourns Loss of Award-Winning Poet Lucia Perillo G'86

(Nov. 7, 2016)

Perillo endured 28-year battle with multiple sclerosis

A&S Student Competes in LAX European Championships

(Nov. 2, 2016)

Earth sciences Ph.D. student Benjamin Uveges represented Hungary on international stage

George Langford Inspires Greatness Through HistoryMaker Program

(Nov. 2, 2016)

Biology professor, A&S dean emeritus draws on life story to educate others

Heart of a Lion

(Nov. 1, 2016)

Friends remember biology professor Marilyn Kerr, who died at age 82

A champion of science education and outreach

(Oct. 31, 2016)

Biology professor inspires local high schoolers, supports science education leaders

The Tao of the Liberal Arts

(Oct. 26, 2016)

Gerry Greenberg plays leadership role in Council of the Colleges of Arts and Sciences

'SUPrise Advise

(Oct. 26, 2016)

A&S College Advisors helps students "score their core"

The Metaphysics of Identity

(Oct. 26, 2016)

Philosophy Professor's Book Proposes New Solutions for Deeply Puzzling Problem

Syracuse Symposium to Host Mohawk Artist Alan Michelson Nov. 1-2

(Oct. 21, 2016)

Award-winning artist will lecture, lead small-group workshop

English Department to Host Undergraduate Open House Nov. 2

(Oct. 21, 2016)

Event will explore versatility of English and Textual Studies degree

Syracuse to Host Black Lives Matter Panel Discussion Nov. 9

(Oct. 20, 2016)

The modern civil rights movement will be examined through an interdisciplinary panel on November 9

Psychology Professors to Reduce Stimulant Misuse on College Campuses

(Oct. 20, 2016)

New grant supports development of preventative measures

Simon Catterall Elected American Physical Society Fellow

(Oct. 18, 2016)

Professor Simon Catterall recognized for lattice field theory work

Professor to be Recognized by American Public Health Association

(Oct. 18, 2016)

Robert A. Rubinstein honored for pioneering work on the anthropology of peacekeeping

Women’s & Gender Studies to Host Alumni Panel Discussion Oct. 20

(Oct. 17, 2016)

Brittany Brathwaite ’13, Erin Carhart ’14 will shed light on WGS career options

Democratizing Knowledge

(Oct. 17, 2016)

Mellon-funded DK Summer Institute focuses on knowledge production to create more 'just academy'

Joseph Paulsen Lab Awarded Grant from American Chemical Society

(Oct. 14, 2016)

The funds will support the expansion of soft matter physics research at Syracuse University.

Duncan Brown to be Inducted as Inaugural Brightman Endowed Professor Oct. 20

(Oct. 13, 2016)

Physicist is leader in burgeoning field of gravitational-wave astronomy

Author Nancy Sherman to read from her book "Afterwar" on October 14

(Oct. 11, 2016)

Popular Nonfiction Reading Series partners with Moral Injury Project of Syracuse for special event

Chemistry department awarded over $700,000 to support graduate diversity

(Oct. 11, 2016)

United States Department of Education grant will support at least four students

From Battlefield to Classroom

(Oct. 10, 2016)

The Warrior Scholar Program returns to Syracuse to help train military veterans crucial college skills (VIDEO)

Skä•noñh Center Hosts Wooden Stick Festival Oct. 8

(Oct. 5, 2016)

Haudenosaunee Wooden Stick Festival on Oct. 8 to showcase Native American traditions

Kal Alston Appointed Interim Executive Director of Community Folk Art Center

(Oct. 5, 2016)

Professor, administrator will oversee CFAC for rest of academic year

Education Activist Jonathan Mooney to Deliver Milton Lecture Oct. 19

(Oct. 5, 2016)

Lecture is part of A&S' First-Year Experience

Syracuse Symposium Invites People to Discover USC Visual History Archive Oct. 10

(Oct. 5, 2016)

Online database features interviews with survivors, witnesses of Holocaust and other genocides

New Stuttering Lab Builds on Rich Research Tradition

(Oct. 5, 2016)

Victoria Tumanova to Lead Newest Iteration

North Indian Musicians, USC Visual Historian Part of Syracuse Symposium Lineup, Oct. 4-14

(Oct. 3, 2016)

Syracuse Symposium continues yearlong exploration of 'Place'

Religion Professor Explores Ancient Christian Practice

(Oct. 3, 2016)

Virginia Burrus spent 10 months as fellow-in-residence at the Israel Institute for Advanced Studies in Jerusalem

The Perfect Existence

(Sept. 30, 2016)

Pedro Cuperman, Argentine scholar and Point of Contact founder, dies at 80

Black & Banned!

(Sept. 29, 2016)

Students, Faculty gather at Bird Library to read aloud from banned and challenged books. (VIDEO)

Professor Examines Link Between Sleep, Aphasia Recovery

(Sept. 28, 2016)

Professor Asks if Sleep Speeds Stroke-Related Language Disorder Recovery

Can We All Get Along?

(Sept. 28, 2016)

A book by Professor Keith Bybee explores the concept of civility throughout history

CNY Humanities Corridor, Mellon Foundation Mark 10 Years Together

(Sept. 28, 2016)

Humanities Corridor one of nation's largest projects of its kind

Internship + Hard Work = Full-Time Job

(Sept. 21, 2016)

Offers from Bloomberg and Morgan Stanley follow summer internships in the city

Acclaimed Novelist Dana Spiotta to Read at YMCA Arts Branch Sept. 30

(Sept. 21, 2016)

Syracuse professor will showcase latest novel, ‘Innocents and Others’ (Scribner 2016)

Mathematician Lauded for Contributions to Complex Geometry

(Sept. 20, 2016)

Yuan Yuan receives Simons Foundation Grant, invited to lecture at international conference

A Conversation With Dean Strang

(Sept. 20, 2016)

Attorney featured on Netflix's Making a Murderer documentary series reflects on humility, hubris in justice system

Alumnus Credits Success to Inspiration, Elbow Grease

(Sept. 20, 2016)

Aaron Krause '92, says his liberal arts degree has sharpened his business acumen

Anthony Davis to Address Music, Social Justice Sept. 26

(Sept. 16, 2016)

Anthony Davis will discuss his work at Bird Library on Monday, Sept. 26

“What Are Nuns Really Up To?”

(Sept. 16, 2016)

Feminist Theologian, Sandra Schneiders, Headlines Borgognoni Lecture

Chemistry Professor Receives Five-Year NIH Award

(Sept. 16, 2016)

Nearly $2 million grant will support investigation of catalytic activity in the body

Syracuse Symposium Begins Yearlong Examination of ‘Place’

(Sept. 14, 2016)

Opening week spans West African music, 20th-century printmaking, urban education

Human Rights Film Festival Announces Lineup

(Sept. 8, 2016)

The international festival opens on Sept. 29 with awarding winning filmmaker, Trisha Ziff.

Looking for a Needle in the Haystack

(Sept. 6, 2016)

Janklow Arts Leadership student Diethard Struelens G’17 followed his passion for the arts all the way to the other side of the world.

Sandra Hewett: 'Science Is Hard Work, but It’s Fun'

(Sept. 6, 2016)

Director of Interdisciplinary Neuroscience Studies mentors scientists from undergrad to professional

2016-17 Syracuse Symposium Addresses Questions of 'Place'

(Sept. 6, 2016)

Intellectual, artistic festival will officially span entire academic year

La Casita to Host ‘¡Familia!’ and Latino Baseball Exhibits, Baseball Panel Discussion Sept. 15-16

(Aug. 31, 2016)

Special guests include former Major Leaguers Carlos Baerga, Cándido “Candy” Maldonado

Karen Doherty Named Fellow of American Speech-Language Hearing Association

(Aug. 29, 2016)

Doherty to be recognized in November for her achievements in speech perception in the hearing-impaired and psychoacoustic research.

Sociology Department Presenting at ASA Conference in Seattle

(Aug. 20, 2016)

‘Rethinking Social Movements’ is theme of annual conference, Aug. 20-23

Syracuse, Cal State Fullerton Awarded Grant to Enhance Diversity in Astrophysics

(Aug. 19, 2016)

Professors Duncan Brown, Stefan Ballmer use NSF grant to help recruit, train students from underrepresented groups

Researchers Awarded Grant to Develop, Implement Strategies for New Antibiotics

(Aug. 17, 2016)

Biologist Anthony Garza, Chemist Yan-Yeung Luk will 'clone' organic compounds from unculturable bacteria

Physicist Awarded NSF Grant to Study Collective Behavior of Active Matter

(Aug. 17, 2016)

M. Cristina Marchetti will use mathematical modeling to study how energy is converted into motion, function

Earth Sciences Chair Pursues Sideline as Guitarist

(Aug. 16, 2016)

Geochemist Donald Siegel is a 'rock star' on the stage, in the classroom

Guidance from a ‘Leading Light’

(Aug. 12, 2016)

Jenny Caplan G’15 will spend year with mentor in American Jewish studies

African Lake Hold Clues to Ancient Climate History

(Aug. 10, 2016)

SU scientists publish two papers in Nature journals

M. Cristina Marchetti Named Distinguished Professor

(Aug. 10, 2016)

Vice Chancellor Wheatly cites the physicist's international prominence in research and scholarship for this top university honor

Syracuse Hosts International Workshop, Conference on Representation Theory Aug. 10-19

(Aug. 10, 2016)

Opportunity reaffirms University’s leadership in study of abstract algebraic structures

Biologist Awarded NIH Grant to Study Link Between Early-Development Stress, Adult Disease

(Aug. 10, 2016)

Assistant Professor Sarah Hall uses microscopic worms to understand human development, behavior

A Different View of Sound

(Aug. 8, 2016)

Assistant professor Jonathan Preston discusses current research using ultrasound to treat speech disorders. (VIDEO)

Physicists Awarded NSF Grant to Study Cancer-Cell Behavior

(Aug. 3, 2016)

Professors Manning, Marchetti, Schwarz use soft-matter physics to find cure for cancer

Syracuse Researchers Confirm Marine Animals Live Longer at High Latitudes

(Aug. 3, 2016)

Findings have major implications for study of evolutionary, ecological history

Professor Awarded Inaugural Fellowship at Western Sydney University

(Aug. 2, 2016)

Gregg Lambert using new fellowship to spark interest in political philosophy, ethics, aesthetics

James Karman G’76 Devotes Career to Studying One of America’s Great Poets

(Aug. 2, 2016)

Karman hopes to reclaim reputation of West Coast poet Robinson Jeffers

Physicist Awarded Grant to Assess Authenticity of Gravitational-Wave Signals

(July 21, 2016)

Professor Peter Saulson using NSF grant to help LIGO distinguish between astronomical events, instrumental artifacts

A Trusted Advisor

(July 19, 2016)

Biology Professor Kari Segraves Shines as Model for Faculty Mentorship

Physicist Secures Grant to Study Interstellar Processes

(July 15, 2016)

Professor Gianfranco Vidali will use NSF grant to support work in experimental astrophysics, surface science

University Mourns Loss of Author, War Correspondent Michael Herr '61

(July 13, 2016)

Alumnus chronicled Vietnam War in 'Dispatches,' 'Apocalypse Now,' 'Full Metal Jacket'

Philosophy of Success

(July 11, 2016)

Ann Gualtieri ’75 drew on philosophy training for successful business career

Physicists Discover Family of Tetraquarks

(July 7, 2016)

Professor Tomasz Skwarnicki, Thomas Britton G'16 confirm existence of rare 'exotic' particle, find evidence of three others

Scientist Awarded Grants from ALS, Oak Ridge Associated Universities

(July 7, 2016)

Carlos Castañeda to explore role of proteins in neurodegenerative, neuromuscular diseases

Alumni Win Awards for Scholarly Writing

(July 6, 2016)

Innovation meets liberal arts approach to scholarly writing

Professor Accepts Yearlong Appointment at University of Ghana

(June 30, 2016)

Horace Campbell will occupy Kwame Nkrumah Chair in Institute of African Studies

Biologists Use Federal Grant to Advance Epigenetics

(June 23, 2016)

Eleanor Maine Research Lab will study mechanisms, developmental importance of meiotic silencing

Syracuse, SUNY-ESF Faculty Win Grant to Advance Appreciation for Onondaga Lake

(June 23, 2016)

Project will help inspire students to become responsible environmental stewards

Make Your Mark

(June 23, 2016)

Class of 2016 challenges alumni to make 1,870 gifts in 44 days

Professors Look to Geologic Past to Predict Future Environmental Conditions

(June 22, 2016)

Earth scientists use NSF grant to study link between elevated temperatures, precipitation in ancient Antarctica

Sight and Sound in Renaissance and Baroque Europe

(June 20, 2016)

Members of Art and Music Histories faculty to lead seminar in Atlanta

Enhanced Perception

(June 17, 2016)

Researchers at Syracuse University Suggest Further Strengths in Perception of Individuals with Autism

Relishing the Global Classroom

(June 17, 2016)

Boren Scholar Frederick Cieri ’17 will spend the next academic year studying his passions in Brazil.

Professor Sheds Light on Origins of Jewish Fiction

(June 17, 2016)

New book by Ken Frieden examines link between Hebrew revival, Jewish travel literature

Syracuse University Helps Make History—Again

(June 15, 2016)

LIGO detects second pair of colliding black holes

Summer Networking Opportunities Extended

(June 15, 2016)

Opportunities abound for students to job shadow and network with SU grads around the country over break

Keep on Moving

(June 13, 2016)

A summer internship at Bloomberg grew out of networking efforts by Jean Degraphe '17

Syracuse to Host International 'Active and Smart Matter' Conference June 20-23

(June 10, 2016)

Events include public lecture, world premiere of new music inspired by the science

Physicist Named Editor of 'High-Impact' Journal

(June 10, 2016)

M. Cristina Marchetti is co-Lead Editor of Physical Review X

Physicists Awarded $1.1 Million Grant

(June 8, 2016)

Funding part of government's mission to advance experimental scientific discovery

Earth Scientists Push Boundaries of 3D Modeling

(June 8, 2016)

Assistant Professor Robert Moucha uses numeric modeling to study mantle convection

Carry That Weight

(June 3, 2016)

A cautionary tale about one alumna's battle with depression and poor body image

Remember the Artist

(June 3, 2016)

A&S professor addresses students at Upstate Commencement

Biophysics Student Earns Top Honors at Statewide Research Conference

(June 3, 2016)

Kassidy Lundy ’16 to take her world-class research skills into Ph.D. program

Fulbright Program Sends Students, Alumni to Sites Around the World

(May 26, 2016)

Five A&S students chosen to spend year researching and teaching through highly prestigious grants

Syracuse Physicists Among Recipients of Breakthrough, Gruber Prizes for Detection of Gravitational Waves

(May 25, 2016)

Gravitational Wave Group honored for contributions to physics, astronomy

Forget Peacock Tails—Fruit Fly Sperm Tails Are the Most Extreme Ornaments

(May 25, 2016)

New paper in Nature explains why ornament may have evolved

Syracuse Biologists Point to Climate Change Impacting Ecosystems

(May 23, 2016)

Associate Professor Jason Fridley leads international research on grassland vegetation shift

A&S Physicists Help Restart Large Hadron Collider

(May 19, 2016)

Syracuse is U.S. host university for CERN's Large Hadron Collider beauty (LHCb) experiment

Syracuse Physicist Awarded IBM Grant to Develop Quantum Computing

(May 17, 2016)

Britton Plourde helps build world’s first ‘logical qubit’

A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to Commencement

(May 16, 2016)

Teacher-researcher participates in doctoral hooding ceremony, 47 years after finishing degree

A&S Senior Awarded NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

(May 16, 2016)

Fellowship will contribute to chemical engineering Ph.D. at Cornell University

Congratulations, Graduates!

(May 16, 2016)

Highlights from the 2016 A&S spring convocation (VIDEO)

Final 'Friday 5' of Semester

(May 13, 2016)

Weekly news blast to resume in August

Robert Rubinstein, William Horrace Named Distinguished Professors

(May 12, 2016)

The distinction is one of the University’s highest honors for faculty

Onondaga Lake Research Leads to EPA Fellowship

(May 11, 2016)

José L. Marrero-Rosado '17 works with team analyzing chemicals in lake

Deborah Pellow Named Faculty Advisor of the Year

(May 11, 2016)

Anthropology Professor has served as an advocate for undergraduates for almost 4 decades.

A&S Alumna Honored by MGH Institute of Health Professions

(May 11, 2016)

Jessica (Dembowski) Garrity ’06, G’08 recognized for excellence in clinical supervision

Orange Spirit and Cutting-Edge Research

(May 10, 2016)

Biology major, Jessica Toothaker '17, is looking forward to a a career full of research opportunities.

Biology Graduate Student Awarded East Asian Research Fellowship

(May 10, 2016)

Fellowship supports summer research on plant physiology in Japan

Syracuse Chemists Add Color to Chemical Reactions

(May 9, 2016)

Maye Research Group devises way to monitor chemical reactions with naked eye

2016 Spring Convocation

(May 5, 2016)

The time-honored ceremony will be held in the Carrier Dome on Saturday, May 14

College of Arts and Sciences Appoints New Undergraduate Recruiting Director

(May 4, 2016)

Dennis Nicholson comes to Syracuse University with more than 2 decades of enrollment experience.

Testing the Waters

(May 3, 2016)

Emily Baker awarded Central New York Association of Professional Geologists 2016 Grant for Student Research

A Seat at the Table

(May 2, 2016)

Janklow Program, Skaneateles Festival Bring Together Music Festival, Cultural Leaders for Think Tank

Two A&S Professors to Receive Top Awards for Teaching excellence

(April 28, 2016)

Raina, Scott Honored for Work with Graduate Students

Syracuse Professor to Receive SUNY Honorary Degree May 22

(April 27, 2016)

Samuel Gorovitz, philosophy professor and former dean, will be recognized for contributions to medical science

Undergraduate Receives Two Awards from American Society of Plant Biology

(April 27, 2016)

Snigdha Chatterjee ’17 granted competitive travel grant and summer fellowship

Do What You Like

(April 26, 2016)

Advice guides Tom Nardacci '96 from PR career to new co-working business

Alumni Networking over Break

(April 26, 2016)

Opportunities abound for students to job shadow and network with SU grads around the country over break

Kenneth Baynes Appointed Tolley Professor in Humanities

(April 25, 2016)

Social, political philosopher will use professorship to address theme of ‘Identity/Identities’

A Nurturing Environment

(April 22, 2016)

Vincent Chanethom G'06

A&S Sweeps Meredith Awards

(April 21, 2016)

Chemist Robert Doyle is new Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence

Humanities Center Examines Issues of 'Broad Societal Concern'

(April 20, 2016)

Upcoming guests include Barefoot College’s ‘Bunker’ Roy and Meagan Fallone

Community Folk Art Center to Present Ben Williams April 22

(April 19, 2016)

Grammy Award-winning artist and music educator will perform April 22

Saints, Cyborgs, Monsters

(April 18, 2016)

Doctoral student creates course that links classic religious question with modern views of the human body

Syracuse Professor Using German Fellowship to Study Religion, Senses

(April 15, 2016)

Watts is visiting fellow at Ruhr University in Germany

Linguist Profile: Jaklin Kornfilt

(April 14, 2016)

Professor attributes success to multilingual upbringing, luck, early-morning classes

Humanities Center Ends Year on High Note

(April 13, 2016)

Upcoming guests include Barefoot College’s ‘Bunker’ Roy and Megan Fallone

Syracuse Physicist Awarded Simons Foundation Collaboration Grant

(April 13, 2016)

M. Lisa Manning part of $10 million project exploring glassy solids

El Fénix de España

(April 13, 2016)

International experts visit campus to discuss the works of celebrated Spanish writer Lope de Vega

Investing in His Future

(April 11, 2016)

Persistence and priorities are the keys to success for economics student Anthony Rumi '17

Famed Biologist David Sloan Wilson to Deliver Life Sciences Lecture

(April 11, 2016)

April 13 public lecture to explore “The New Social Darwinism”

From Bangladesh to Burbank

(April 11, 2016)

Shared values and community spirit guide Tulipe Hosenn '17

New President of National Academy of Sciences to Speak on Climate Interventions April 15

(April 8, 2016)

Renowned geophysicist Marcia McNutt will deliver Seltzer & Slepecky Lecture

Sanjit ‘Bunker’ Roy, Meagan Fallone to Visit Central New York April 21-22

(April 7, 2016)

Renowned social entrepreneurs will speak at Syracuse, Cornell, SUNY-ESF; discuss ‘barefoot solutions’ for helping rural poor

Physicist to Receive Young Scientist Award in France

(April 5, 2016)

Lisa Manning will travel to France to accept Young Scientist Award

Rising from the Rubble

(April 1, 2016)

Barbara Kirshenblatt-Gimblett has been chosen to deliver this year's B.G. Rudolph Lecture

Two Ph.D. Candidates Awarded NSF Grants

(April 1, 2016)

Elise Hinman and Luka Negoita will study plant growth and dispersal in a changing world

Reduced Oxygen During Ice Age Sheds Light on ‘Missing’ Carbon Dioxide

(March 31, 2016)

Tiny ocean dwellers witnessed climate cycles, report past conditions

Christen Brandt ’10 Uses Media, Mentoring to Create Opportunities for Girls

(March 24, 2016)

Women’s ENews honors co-founder of She’s the First

From Classroom to Courtroom

(March 24, 2016)

Arts & Sciences program spurred Jesse Feitel '13 to pursue legal career

Howl in the World?

(March 24, 2016)

Syracuse researcher finds wolf subspecies have unique howl patterns

Fragments of the Imagination

(March 24, 2016)

Samples from the Apollo missions continue to reveal insights into the evolution of the Moon

The Human Trace

(March 23, 2016)

Earth scientist Lauret Savoy G’90 intertwines natural, cultural history in new book

NSF Underwrites National, International Projects in Mathematics Department

(March 22, 2016)

Students, faculty benefit from three major grant awards from National Science Foundation

Syracuse Professor Eyes New Books, International Humanities Appointment

(March 22, 2016)

‘Keeping busy is key to happiness,’ Gregg Lambert says

La Casita Celebrates 'Diversity in Reading' in April

(March 18, 2016)

Latina/o cultural center raises awareness of, support for bilingual library

Humanities Center to Host Dinner-Workshop on ‘Urban Acupuncture’ March 24

(March 17, 2016)

Geography students will present ideas for revitalizing local neighborhoods

Beauty, Performance and Sexual Identitiy

(March 17, 2016)

Author to Speak on “Sex Museums: The Politics and Performance of Display”

Graduate Religion Conference Encourages Unexpected Encounters

(March 17, 2016)

Student-organized event offers test run for larger academic gatherings

Laura Freixas to Serve as Jeanette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor in Humanities March 29-April 8

(March 16, 2016)

Freixas is important feminist voice in Spanish literature

Peer to Peer

(March 16, 2016)

Learning model tested in Syracuse biology department subject of recent journal publication

Syracuse Physicists Achieve Success with Shape-Shifting Water Droplets

(March 10, 2016)

Findings may have important implications for soft robotics

Afro-Politics and Civil Society in Salvador da Bahia, Brazil

(March 10, 2016)

Professor Kwame Dixon Examines Struggle for Racial Justice in Brazil in his Newest Book

The Psychology of Robots

(March 9, 2016)

A new psychology course pairs students and robots to learn the methods of cognitive science. (VIDEO)

Singer Ola Onabulé, Hip-Hop Activist Harry Allen to Visit Syracuse March 22-23

(March 9, 2016)

Both artists will address social, cultural significance of their work

Humanities Center Examines Continued Relevance of ‘To Kill a Mockingbird’ March 9

(March 3, 2016)

Syracuse Law Professor to Give Pre-Show Talk, Followed by Audience Q&A

Conference Honors 16th-Century Artist, Architect Giorgio Vasari

(March 1, 2016)

Professor Sally J. Cornelison G’89 among organizers, presenters

Syracuse Chemist Awarded American Diabetes Association Grant

(March 1, 2016)

Three-year award supports research on hormone affecting insulin function

‘Father of Posthumanism’ to Serve as CNY Humanities Corridor Visiting Collaborator

(Feb. 29, 2016)

Rice University’s Cary Wolfe will headline three public events March 9-11

Humanities Center Announces March Lineup

(Feb. 29, 2016)

Guest speakers include hip-hop activist Harry Allen, Spanish novelist Laura Freixas, cultural theorist Cary Wolfe

Syracuse Chemists Combine Biology, Nanotechnology to Create Alternate Energy Source

(Feb. 29, 2016)

New article from Maye Research Group draws on nanoscience, self-assembly

No Place Like Home

(Feb. 25, 2016)

Commuter Bill Lentz ’16 treasures student, faculty relationships

Legendary Feminist Gloria Joseph to Visit Syracuse Feb. 29

(Feb. 23, 2016)

Democratizing Knowledge will present reading by renowned scholar-activist

On Her Own Two Feet

(Feb. 22, 2016)

Deyara Tabu Morris ’16 to work for Teach for America, earn master's degree

A&S Alumna to Receive FOCUS Wisdom Keeper Award

(Feb. 19, 2016)

SUNY Upstate's Sharon Brangman '77 is nationally recognized geriatrician, researcher

Network with A&S Alumni over Spring Break

(Feb. 18, 2016)

New program enables students to interact with alumni via face-to-face, phone, Skype

Humanities Center Closes out Month with High-Profile Events

(Feb. 17, 2016)

Lineup features ethnomusicologist Jonathan Dueck (Feb. 22), social activist Alicia Garza (Feb. 23), digital humanist Lori Emerson (Feb. 25-26), black feminist Gloria Joseph (Feb. 29)

Open to Change

(Feb. 16, 2016)

Courtney Rosser '16 uses Neuroscience ILM to achieve success in healthcare communications

Gravitational Waves Detected 100 Years After Einstein's Prediction

(Feb. 11, 2016)

LIGO Opens New Window on the Universe with Observation of Gravitational Waves from Colliding Black Holes

LIGO: At a Glance

(Feb. 11, 2016)

Everything you need to know about the "Theory of Everything"

Syracuse University Makes History

(Feb. 11, 2016)

Finding coincides with 100th anniversary of Einstein's Theory of Relativity (VIDEO)

Syracuse Hosts ‘Conference for Undergraduate Women in Physics’

(Feb. 10, 2016)

Weekend conference examined intersectionality in scientific, sociological settings

Syracuse Chemists Expose Side Effects of Antimalarial Drug

(Feb. 10, 2016)

Robert Doyle, graduate students help lead research to possibly improve drugs for an often fatal disease.

Written in Stone

(Feb. 8, 2016)

'Stone Canoe' founder Bob Colley got his start in A&S

Feminist Scholar Awarded Guest Professorship in Germany

(Feb. 5, 2016)

Chandra Talpade Mohanty served as Angela Davis Guest Professor at Goethe University

Lineup Announced for 2016 Spring Carver Reading Series

(Feb. 3, 2016)

Series is named for the legendary poet and short-story writer who taught in the Syracuse M.F.A. program.

Proud to be Orange

(Feb. 3, 2016)

Eddie Gulino '16 double majors in economics, international relations

La Casita Presents Annual ‘Music of the Heart’ Concert Feb. 13

(Feb. 3, 2016)

Symphoria violinist Sara Silva G’07, SU:VPA guitarist Kenneth Meyer appear with Puerto Rican guitar ensemble

Ph.D. Candidate Publishes Article on Beetle Promiscuity

(Feb. 2, 2016)

Elizabeth Droge-Young's research appears in 'Behavioral Ecology'

Humanities Center Presents Renowned ‘Information Designer’ Feb. 10-11

(Feb. 2, 2016)

UT Austin’s Clay Spinuzzi to discuss how information moves throughout workplace

Syracuse Geophysicist Questions Stability of Antarctic Ice Sheet

(Jan. 29, 2016)

Robert Moucha examines impact of deep Earth on ice-sheet stability

Biology Student Wins NSF Graduate Research Fellowship

(Jan. 28, 2016)

Caitlin McDonough uses three-year award to study reproduction

Humanities Center Presents ‘Earth, Water, Woman’ Feb. 6

(Jan. 27, 2016)

Screening is part of CFAC’s annual Caribbean Cinematic Festival

Humanities Center Announces ‘Ambitious’ Spring Lineup

(Jan. 26, 2016)

February guests include Hip Hop feminist Bettina Love, social activist Alicia Garza

Lewandowski Appointed Interim Chair of Psychology

(Jan. 26, 2016)

Dean Ruhlandt calls Lewandowski a 'distinguished and highly valued faculty member'

Reconstructing 'Shakespeare’s Songbook'

(Jan. 25, 2016)

"Micrologus" host Ross Duffin to serve as William Fleming Distinguished Visiting Professor

Syracuse Focuses on Women in Physics

(Jan. 21, 2016)

National conference focuses on career, academic, and mentorship opportunities

Shakespeare in Our Time

(Jan. 21, 2016)

Professor Dympna Callaghan commemorates 400th anniversary of Bard's death with two new books

Earth Scientists Awarded Fellowship to Teach, Study in New Zealand

(Jan. 20, 2016)

Suzanne Baldwin, Paul Fitzgerald to lecture, facilitate new study abroad program at University of Canterbury

New Book Focuses on Life, Career of Syracuse Poet Philip Booth

(Jan. 20, 2016)

Revered author taught in M.F.A. Program for 20 years

A Spot of Tea

(Jan. 14, 2016)

Syracuse professor awarded prestigious fellowship; continues work on forthcoming book

Volunteers Needed for Child Behavior Research Study at SUNY Upstate

(Jan. 12, 2016)

Study is co-led by Syracuse alumnus, involves five A&S student interns

Syracuse Physicist Named Brightman Endowed Professor

(Jan. 8, 2016)

Duncan Brown lauded for excellence in gravitational wave astronomy

Georgia on Her Mind

(Jan. 8, 2016)

Coronat alumna Na’Tasha Webb-Prather’s docket is full of notes on a promising future

Perpetual Peace Project Expands Global Footprint

(Jan. 6, 2016)

University humanities initiative calls Netherlands home

An Afternoon in Special Collections

(Jan. 4, 2016)

Honors students explore hidden treasures in Syracuse's Bird Library