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News-2017

Society for New Music Premieres ‘Pushed Aside: Reclaiming Gage’ Jan. 21 at OnCenter

(Dec. 22, 2017)

Students, faculty, alumni shine in new opera about suffrage pioneer Matilda Joslyn Gage

Following Her Muse

(Dec. 22, 2017)

Ruth Appelhof '65, G'74, G'80, G'89 to publish book about modern art provocateur Lee Krasner

Physicist Marchetti Named to Commission on Statistical Physics

(Dec. 19, 2017)

The distinguished professor's research for the past 25 years has spanned a broad range of problems in statistical physics and soft matter

Feedback Sought on Presentations by Honors Director Finalists

(Dec. 12, 2017)

Candidate feedback deadline is Dec. 14 at noon

Course to Develop 'Grammatical Sketch' of West African Language

(Dec. 8, 2017)

Assistant Professor Christopher Green to offer study of the African language in his spring semester course, “Field Methods in Linguistics.”

Giving Voice to Kids

(Dec. 5, 2017)

Gebbie researchers are using an NIH grant to help create new biofeedback therapy models for children battling speech disorders

Life's Refrain: Standing up for the Underdog

(Dec. 5, 2017)

Thelma Bonzek '43 shares music, memories of bygone era

Honors Director Search Continues with Finalist Visits

(Dec. 4, 2017)

Chris E. Johnson, Danielle Taana Smith are presenting at open forums

Nehassaiu deGannes to Serve Mini-Residency at CFAC Dec. 8-11

(Dec. 1, 2017)

Acclaimed poet, playwright, actor will present original one-woman show 'Door of No Return'

Linguist at Home on World Stage

(Dec. 1, 2017)

Next stops for Tej Bhatia: Singapore and India

FNSSI, FBI Co-Sponsor Biosecurity Workshop

(Dec. 1, 2017)

“Many of the scenarios were based on actual events; we got to see how we would work through these types of problems,”says Professor Robert Silver.

University Hosts Information Session on Public Humanities Fellowships Dec. 8

(Nov. 29, 2017)

Two $8,000 fellowships awarded each year, supporting public humanities research

Syracuse Ethnomusicologist Lands Literary Honors

(Nov. 28, 2017)

Sydney Hutchinson is author of award-winning "Tigers of a Different Stripe"

Classification Researcher to Headline Syracuse Symposium Dec. 4-5

(Nov. 27, 2017)

Western University's Melissa Adler will consider role of classification systems in academia

Michelle Zaso Awarded Prestigious NIH Fellowship

(Nov. 27, 2017)

Award will support her dissertation work relating to alcohol use in adolescence

Syracuse Symposium to Present Multicultural Celebration Dec. 2

(Nov. 27, 2017)

Program will celebrate food, music, dance of locally resettled refugees

Physics Alumnus Wins Major Dissertation Award

(Nov. 27, 2017)

Nathan Jurik G'16 recognized for groundbreaking work on pentaquarks

Professor Pens 'Swooney Valentine' to Musician Joni Mitchell

(Nov. 27, 2017)

Humanities Prof David Yaffe to Discuss Joni Mitchell Book at Barnes and Noble

Physics Student Reaps Success as Bioentrepreneur

(Nov. 21, 2017)

Aaron Wolfe is the chief operating officer of his biotech company, Ichor Therapeutics.

Physicist Seeks Big Answers from Tiny Particles

(Nov. 17, 2017)

NSF grant funds Mitchell Soderberg’s role in neutrino research

Black Feminist Trio to Headline Syracuse Symposium Keynote Event Nov. 27

(Nov. 15, 2017)

Johnnetta Betsch Cole, Paula J. Giddings, Beverly Guy-Sheftall will discuss combating injustice, creating change

Dympna Callaghan Named University Professor

(Nov. 13, 2017)

“Dympna is highly deserving of this distinction. Her research in the areas of early modern literature is widely acclaimed by scholars around the world" says Provost Wheatly.

John Quigley Joins College of Arts and Sciences as Assistant Dean for Advancement

(Nov. 13, 2017)

Quigley previously worked at Cornell, University of Colorado Boulder

Exploring Evolution Acceptance for Better Science Education

(Nov. 13, 2017)

Study Shows Understanding Nature of Science More Important than Just Learning Facts

Beyond Anything I Had Envisioned

(Nov. 8, 2017)

Gebbie researcher Soren Lowell reflects on her volunteer experiences in South America

Do You Know Where You Are?

(Nov. 8, 2017)

SU geography students to host National Geography Awareness Week

Hebrew Scholar Shines New Light on Old Testament

(Nov. 8, 2017)

Religion Professor James Watts examines first five books of Bible

Maura Larkin Ivanick Appointed Interim Director of Advising and Career Services

(Nov. 7, 2017)

Ivanick directed A&S academic advising and counseling services from 1997-2003

Syracuse Symposium to Continue 'Belonging' Theme with Flurry of Events Nov. 3-9

(Oct. 31, 2017)

Guest speakers are Endangered Alphabets founder Tim Brookes and writing studies experts Paul Prior, Jody Shipka

Meredith Symposium to Showcase Undergraduate Science Research Nov. 4

(Oct. 30, 2017)

Daylong program features two alumni keynotes, eight student presentations

Syracuse Authors Named CNY Book Awards Finalists

(Oct. 30, 2017)

Winners to be announced at sixth annual awards ceremony on November 9

Lighting up the Sculpture Garden

(Oct. 30, 2017)

This year over 1000 tealights illuminated the Syracuse Sculpture Garden for the annual festival of Diwali.

Phyllis Backer Foundation Establishes Jewish Studies Professorship

(Oct. 26, 2017)

Professorship will bring 'vitality, innovation, cohesiveness' to campus, Dean Ruhlandt says

American Physical Society to Honor Professor Lisa Manning

(Oct. 23, 2017)

Physicist will receive early-career award for research into soft, living matter

Alumnus Puts Heart, Mind into Global Relief Efforts

(Oct. 20, 2017)

New hospital in Nepal named after Syracuse alum

Yale Physicist to Deliver 10th Annual Wali Lecture Oct. 26

(Oct. 20, 2017)

Priyamvada Natarajan will mark Wali's 90th birthday with interdisciplinary program about expanding universe

Syracuse Symposium to Present Hiroshima Survivor

(Oct. 19, 2017)

Keiko Ogura will explore notions of 'Belonging' in panel discussion, daylong symposium

George Saunders Wins Man Booker Prize

(Oct. 18, 2017)

Saunders awarded one of the world's most distinguished literary awards, for his first novel, “Lincoln in the Bardo”

College Announces New Department Chairs

(Oct. 17, 2017)

Changes mark continued commitment to the College as the academic heart of the University

Physicists at Forefront of Multinational Experiment

(Oct. 16, 2017)

Syracuse's High-Energy Physics group is building, testing new detector for LHCb experiment in Geneva, Switzerland

Physicists Usher in 'Golden' Age of Astronomy

(Oct. 16, 2017)

Professors Saulson, Brown, Ballmer trace origins of gold and heavy metals to neutron star collisions

Syracuse Hosts World Englishes Conference

(Oct. 12, 2017)

Hundreds flock to campus to pay tribute to World Englishes pioneer Braj Kachru

Syracuse Symposium Continues 'Belonging' Theme with Artist Wafaa Bilal Oct. 12-13

(Oct. 10, 2017)

Iraqi-born artist known for thought-provoking performative, interactive work

Explore how physics predicts cancer cell behavior at Orange Central lecture

(Oct. 4, 2017)

Researcher examines cellular ‘traffic jams’ for clues to cancer treatment targets

State of Democracy Lecture Marks Centennial of Women’s Suffrage

(Oct. 4, 2017)

Lori Ginzberg, author of “Elizabeth Cady Stanton: An American Life” will discuss Stanton’s life and work Friday, Oct. 6 at 4 p.m. in the Maxwell Auditorium

English Professor Wins National Literary Prize

(Oct. 4, 2017)

Dana Spiotta recognized for fourth novel, 'Innocents and Others' (Scribner, 2016)

Physicists Relish Role in Nobel Prize-Winning Research

(Oct. 2, 2017)

Peter Saulson, Duncan Brown, and Stefan Ballmer played a lead role in the analysis of Gravitational wave signals as part of the multinational Laser Interferometer Gravitational-Wave Observatory (LIGO)

Teach-In to Explore Linkages Between Charlottesville Rally, Everyday Racism Oct. 3

(Sept. 29, 2017)

Faculty panelists will address issues of history, public memory, resistance

Getting Physical

(Sept. 29, 2017)

Department To Host Regional Physics Teachers Meeting

Feedback Solicited from College Community Regarding Academic Strategic Plan

(Sept. 27, 2017)

A&S faculty, Staff and Students are encouraged to read draft plan and submit comments

Federal Program Supports Overseas Foreign Language Instruction

(Sept. 27, 2017)

Center for Fellowship and Scholarship Advising to host an information session and writing workshops on the application process

Syracuse Symposium to Present Historian Lisa Kirschenbaum, Artist Vivek Shraya

(Sept. 27, 2017)

Both guests will support yearlong theme of 'Belonging' on Sept. 28 and Oct. 5, respectively

A Summer of Capitol Importance

(Sept. 26, 2017)

“My summer in Washington, D.C., has not only helped me grow in many skill areas, but also as a leader and young professional,” says Andrew Regalado '20

Syracuse University Human Rights Film Festival Celebrates 15 Years

(Sept. 25, 2017)

The festival opens on Thursday, Sept. 28, at 7 p.m with award-winning documentary. "For Akheem"

Finding Common Ground

(Sept. 21, 2017)

Syracuse home to faculty-mentored, interdisciplinary research in humanities

Triple Triumph

(Sept. 21, 2017)

New book co-edited by A&S professors Samuel Gorovitz, Cathryn Newton reveals untold stories of three medical pioneers

Join Us for Law Week 2017

(Sept. 20, 2017)

Annual event includes workshops and resources for students considering a law career.

The Nones Are Alright

(Sept. 20, 2017)

Kaya Oakes to present Borgognoni Lecture Oct. 9

Join us at Orange Central!

(Sept. 18, 2017)

Special events through the College of Arts & Sciences will showcase the some of the best that Syracuse has to offer.

The Road to Intellectual Freedom

(Sept. 13, 2017)

The Department of African American Studies to present series examining the history of Black Classicists in America

Arts and Sciences Unveils Milton First-Year Lecture Series

(Sept. 13, 2017)

University of Colorado pulmonologist Sonia Flores opens series Sept. 18

Exhibitions, Film Screening Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

(Sept. 13, 2017)

La Casita Cultural Center presents Latin music exhibit; Point of Contact, solo show by artist Pedro Roth

Syracuse Symposium to Open with Visual Arts, Literary Events

(Sept. 12, 2017)

Artist Suné Woods, poets Janice Harrington and Oliver de la Paz will begin yearlong look at 'Belonging'

Chocolate Me

(Sept. 12, 2017)

Actor-singer Taye Diggs '93 returns to campus for Coming Back Together book signing

Curious Properties

(Sept. 7, 2017)

Researchers at the Kavli Institute for Theoretical Physics analyze flocking behavior on curved surfaces

Her Next Big Story

(Sept. 7, 2017)

Acclaimed journalist Soledad O'Brien headlines University Lectures series, Coming Back Together reunion

Creative Writing Achieves Novel Success

(Sept. 6, 2017)

Members of top-ranked M.F.A. program rack up honors, awards, new publications

Legacy, Loyalty, and Lacrosse

(Sept. 6, 2017)

Weekend events celebrate Creator’s Game, Haudenosaunee values

Syracuse Symposium Announces Yearlong Theme of ‘Belonging’

(Sept. 6, 2017)

L.A. artist Suné Woods kicks off star-studded lineup examining cultural identity

Excel Training and Certification Available to All Maxwell and A&S Students

(Aug. 31, 2017)

Becoming a certified Microsoft Office Specialist in Excel will increase competitive edge in the post-grad job market

Search Underway for Director of Renée Crown University Honors Program

(Aug. 30, 2017)

The all-University program, administered by A&S, provides a a catalyst for intellectual discovery for Syracuse's most accomplished students

Song of India

(Aug. 25, 2017)

Ethnomusicologist Carol Babiracki reflects on scholarly, artistic partnership with legendary Mukund Nayak

Hoop Dreams

(Aug. 25, 2017)

CBT Celebrity Classic to raise money for African American, Latino scholarships

Student Discovers Tuberculosis DNA in Dental Plaque of Smithsonian’s Anatomical Collection

(Aug. 18, 2017)

Soleil Young '17 made discovery as part research for Honors Capstone Project

All Are Invited to Solar Eclipse Viewing Party on the Quad

(Aug. 18, 2017)

Physics Department to Present Lecture, Provide Safe Viewing Tools

Going Places

(Aug. 17, 2017)

Location, production manager Santiago Quiñones ’90 has worked on nearly 30 feature films

Fulbright Writing Workshops Offered

(Aug. 17, 2017)

Workshop offer help for students planning to apply for a Fulbright English Teaching Assistantship or Research Study Award

Motor City Mentor

(Aug. 14, 2017)

David Bing ’66, H’06, NBA legend, entrepreneur and former Detroit mayor, molds next generation of leaders

Origins of Excellence

(Aug. 14, 2017)

As high school students, Kim La '20 and The Ngo got hands-on training in A&S chemistry lab

Syracuse Shines at American Sociological Association Meeting in Montreal

(Aug. 12, 2017)

Faculty, students present cutting-edge research on social inclusion, Aug. 12-15

Families Needed for Child Behavior Study

(Aug. 8, 2017)

Families Invited to be a Part of Campus Research

A Novel Approach to Philosophy

(Aug. 8, 2017)

Author Carol V.A. Quinn G'02 is first woman to get full philosophy professorship at MSU Denver

Geologist Offers New Clues to Cause of World’s Greatest Extinction

(July 31, 2017)

James Muirhead co-authors ‘groundbreaking’ article in Nature Communications

A Decade of PRIDE

(July 28, 2017)

Five top undergraduates in the psychology program recently participated in the celebrated SU summer research symposium

Biochemists Link Synthetic Compound to Hunger-Hormone Production

(July 28, 2017)

Molecule flagged as potential diabetes, obesity therapeutic

Standing up for Scientists

(July 28, 2017)

Biology Professor Elected to Professional Society Council

Life of Brian

(July 24, 2017)

Brian Benedik '93 credits success at Spotify to liberal arts training

Syracuse Revels in Mega-Science Experiment to Study Neutrinos

(July 21, 2017)

Professors participate in groundbreaking of Long-Baseline Neutrino Facility in South Dakota, future home of Deep Underground Neutrino Experiment

Undergraduate Research Gets Major Boost from New Program

(July 13, 2017)

Young Research Fellows Program Announces Inaugural Cohort

Alumnus Posthumously Named to National Mining Hall of Fame

(July 13, 2017)

Vincent E. McKelvey ’39 was director of U.S. Geological Survey, authority on deep-sea mineral deposits

Zebrafish Program Goes Swimmingly

(June 28, 2017)

Biologists bring zebrafish to Westcott Community Center

Jordan Barrett: Astronaut Scholar

(June 26, 2017)

Barrett ’18 receives prestigious award for his passionate study of mathematics and physics

Students Inducted into Prestigious Phi Beta Kappa Honorary Society

(June 23, 2017)

Forty-one A&S students join nation's oldest honor society

SPAWN Conference Addresses ‘First-Order Metaphysics’ June 26-28

(June 23, 2017)

Junior, senior philosophers discuss fundamental nature of reality

The Language of Success

(June 23, 2017)

Rick Cieri ’17, Andrew Scheuer G’17 will teach English abroad through Fulbright U.S. Student Program

Eying Medicine's Glass Ceiling

(June 22, 2017)

Syracuse alumna brings passion for science, patient care to fight against diabetes

LLL Professors Rack up National, University Awards

(June 21, 2017)

Faculty bring distinction to Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

Now Hiring

(June 15, 2017)

Philosophy graduates rack up tenure-track jobs, despite shrinking job market

Mathematician Awarded NSF CAREER Grant

(June 15, 2017)

William Wylie will use grant to study geometries of multidimensional spaces

Literacy and Mobility

(June 15, 2017)

Bryce Nordquist’s new book based on three-year study

Syracuse to Host International ‘World English’ Conference June 30-July 2

(June 13, 2017)

Program will feature 150 lectures exploring ‘Local and Global Contexts of World Englishes’

Wonder Woman

(June 8, 2017)

New Mexico State's Susan DeMar '02 is tireless crusader for women, underrepresented minorities in STEM

Syracuse University Brass Ensemble to Perform at Gettysburg Brass Band Festival

(June 6, 2017)

Award-winning, 35-member group is based in College of Arts and Sciences

Physics Student Named Kavli Graduate Fellow

(June 6, 2017)

Suraj Shankar is second person in Syracuse history to win prestigious fellowship

Syracuse Alumnus Instrumental in LIGO's Third Detection of Gravitational Waves

(June 1, 2017)

Alex Nitz G'15 helped detect gravitational-wave signal with software he began developing at Syracuse

Musicologist Goes 'Beyond Boundaries' with New Book, Trans-Atlantic Research

(May 30, 2017)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler dispels long-held notions about English music, theater

Sugarcane's Sweet Juice of Success

(May 26, 2017)

New strains hold potential for less intensive processing

Turning Beaches into Hillsides

(May 26, 2017)

East Coast Landscape Evolution Influenced by Many Geological Factors

University of Naples Confers Honorary Degree on Syracuse Mathematician

(May 24, 2017)

Tadeusz Iwaniec awarded 'Doctor Honoris Causa in Mathematical Engineering' at ceremony in Italy

Measuring the Elusive ‘Big G’

(May 17, 2017)

Syracuse physicist part of $600,000 grant to more accurately measure gravity

Full Stream Ahead

(May 17, 2017)

Music historian Sarah Fuchs Sampson traces technology and access to opera

Syracuse Hosts Inaugural Zebrafish Conference

(May 11, 2017)

Event draws researchers from Upstate New York, Southern Canada

New Books by Syracuse Professor Examine Post-Secular Politics, Religion, Philosophy

(May 11, 2017)

Gregg Lambert authors "Philosophy After Friendship" (2017), "Return Statements" (2016)

Professors Recognized for Graduate Teaching Excellence

(May 10, 2017)

College of Arts and Sciences to Honor Hermann, Preston for Graduate Teaching

Syracuse Mourns Loss of Teacher, Scholar Ralph Ketcham G'56

(May 10, 2017)

"Ralph Ketcham embodied the mission and unique philosophical province of Maxwell,” said Dean David M. Van Slyke

Two Syracuse Students Named Goldwater Scholars

(May 10, 2017)

Recipients Conduct Research Across STEM Fields

Alan Middleton Appointed A&S Associate Dean

(May 9, 2017)

Professor and chair of physics, Middleton will ensure continued development of sciences, mathematics, humanities

Combating Graduate School Stress, One Click at a Time

(May 9, 2017)

Biology Ph.D. student develops mobile application with help of student entrepreneurial services

The Face of Medicine

(May 8, 2017)

Plastic surgeon Larry Weinstein '75 restores hope, renews lives in underserved India

Learning Outside the Bubble

(May 5, 2017)

Junior dual major reflects on his experiences on campus, in Florence and New York City

Valuing the Humanities

(May 5, 2017)

First in four-part series about humanities research at Syracuse

Heart of the Matter

(May 3, 2017)

Gerard Martin '78 a global expert on pediatric cardiology, congenital heart disease

NSF Awards Chemistry REU Program $297,000 Grant

(May 3, 2017)

$297,000 grant to fund 33 summer researchers over three years

New Study Explores Link Between Fingerprinting, Snowy Conditions

(May 3, 2017)

Forensics Master’s Student Publishes Work Stemming From Class Project

Biologists Awarded Grant to Study, Teach Mutualism Between Species

(April 26, 2017)

Biology professors awarded $710,000 to study mutualistic yeast communities

Reflections of Excellence

(April 25, 2017)

Humanities Center fellowships underscore University commitment to high-impact research

Navigating His Future

(April 24, 2017)

Syracuse Earth sciences major studies abroad with SEA Semester

Genetic Engineering Expert to Give Lecture at Syracuse University

(April 24, 2017)

April 26th Public Lecture to Discuss Technology-Assisted Crop Breeding

SUNY Professor to Examine 'Hypnosis: Science and Nonsense' April 21

(April 20, 2017)

Binghamton researcher Steven Jay Lynn will headline psychology colloquium

Curative Violence

(April 19, 2017)

Eunjung Kim's new book considers transnational disability theory in Korea, Japan, United States

Syracuse Symposium to Unveil 'YOU ARE HERE' April 20

(April 18, 2017)

New exhibition by Humanities Center, Special Collections Research Center rethinks concept of 'Place'

Biochemistry Undergraduate Receives American Diabetes Association Award

(April 18, 2017)

Award Supports Research on Novel Avenue for Diabetes Treatment

Turning to Aquarium Fish for Human Spinal Cord Injury Treatment

(April 18, 2017)

Syracuse Biologist Awarded Five-Year Grant to Study Spinal Cord Development

Summer Linguistics Boot Camp Immerses Students in African Luyia Languages

(April 18, 2017)

During this new summer course, students will review transcripts of the African Luyia languages

Performing Religion

(April 18, 2017)

Religion and theater professors co-teach interdisciplinary course

‘La Borinqueña’ Creator to Help La Casita Celebrate ‘Diversity in Reading’ Month April 28

(April 18, 2017)

Visit by creator of Puerto Rican superheroine will raise support for La Casita's bilingual library, literacy programs

Humanities Center Hosts Faculty, Staff Book Reception April 18

(April 12, 2017)

Event features new titles by 37 authors in 25 departments, programs at Syracuse

Documentary screening and discussion with Filmmaker Shimon Dotan

(April 11, 2017)

The Settlers follows the lives of the people who have their made homes in the Occupied Territories of the West Bank.

STEM Faculty Land Grant to Recruit, Retain Underrepresented Students

(April 11, 2017)

Science Teaching Leads Charge to Support Student Diversity

Religion Department Garners Wave of Awards, Recognition

(April 11, 2017)

Awards reflect the diversity of research within the department

Biology Professor Named to National Academy of Sciences Committee

(April 7, 2017)

Professor Susan Parks will add her voice to the discussions concerning the nation’s offshore energy resources

Syracuse Mourns Loss of Anthropologist William ‘Bill’ Mangin ’48

(April 5, 2017)

Mangin, emeritus professor of anthropology in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs taught at SU for 44 years.

Five Questions for Victoria Tumanova

(April 4, 2017)

Professor Tumanova recently received an ASHA grant to support her research of speech motor control in children.

New Connections Equal New Opportunities

(April 4, 2017)

With job-offers already in hand, Teevens is excited about what the future will bring after graduation.

Student Profile: Joel Rempillo

(April 4, 2017)

Rempillo, a biochemistry and pre-medicine major, says Syracuse is a welcoming place for Veterans

Alumnus Named to Baking Hall of Fame

(April 4, 2017)

Marvin Lender ’63 was recently named to the Baking Hall of Fame by the American Society of Baking.

Syracuse to Host Ethnomusicologists Eric Usner, Michael Birenbaum Quintero

(March 29, 2017)

Usner will discuss teaching music and the humanities, April 7; Birenbaum Quintero, Afro-Colombian music and soundscapes, April 12

Our Mathematical Universe

(March 29, 2017)

Interdisciplinary research thrives in Department of Mathematics

Syracuse to Host Ethnomusicologists Eric Usner, Michael Birenbaum Quintero

(March 29, 2017)

Usner will discuss teaching music and the humanities, April 7; Birenbaum Quintero, Afro-Colombian music and soundscapes, April 12

Syracuse to Host Brazilian Guitar Trio April 4

(March 27, 2017)

Ricardo Peixoto, Rogério Souza, and Edinho Gerber to perform in Slocum Hall on April 4

Ray Smith Symposium Examines ‘Place of Religion in Film’

(March 27, 2017)

Award-winning films highlight event that draws international scholars

Syracuse Symposium to Host Scholar of Modern Italian Literature April 4-5

(March 24, 2017)

University of Milan's Mauro Novelli will examine literature, culture during Fascism

Something Fishy About Genetics

(March 22, 2017)

Local high school students visit SU Biology Department to conduct college-level research with zebrafish

Syracuse Symposium to Present Conservation Ecologist Eric Sanderson March 30-31

(March 22, 2017)

Sanderson is best-known as author of 'Mannahatta: A Natural History of New York City'

Syracuse to Present Neuroscience Research Day April 7

(March 21, 2017)

Registration and Abstract Submission Deadline Is March 24

Biology Department to Launch Red-Tailed Hawk Nest Cam

(March 20, 2017)

Anne Marie Patti Higgins ’76, G’90 honors husband's memory by funding University's first online hawk nest cam

Alumnus Kevin Bell ’74 Joins Strategic Planning Process as Consultant

(March 20, 2017)

Bell is president, CEO of Chicago's Lincoln Park Zoo

Menachem Lorberbaum to Deliver B.G. Rudolph Lecture March 28

(March 16, 2017)

‘Israel’s Greatest Victory? The Six-Day War and the End of the Zionist Project’

Amid Complex History, Cuba Maintains Reverence for Literature

(March 16, 2017)

Silvio Torres-Saillant judged prestigious Casa de las Américas Literary Prize

On Borrowed Time

(March 9, 2017)

Despite calls for divestment, completion of DAPL signals new chapter in Standing Rock conflict

‘Like Traveling to Another Planet’

(March 8, 2017)

Professor Jeff Karson’s latest book recognized with a prestigious PROSE award

AAS Brings History Alive with Public Outreach

(March 3, 2017)

Department of African American Studies events include lectures, films

Syracuse Symposium, Urban Video Project to Present ‘Haunted Ethnography’ Screening, Artist Q&A March 9

(March 2, 2017)

Carl Elsaesser, Sky Hopinka and João Vieira Torres will screen recent works

University Mourns Loss of Religion Professor Jim Wiggins

(March 1, 2017)

Jim Wiggins remembered as advocate for religious understanding and compassion

Research Is Her Cup of Tea

(March 1, 2017)

With NEH awards, Romita Ray dips into history and visual culture of Indian tea industry

Syracuse Hosts International Masterclass on Particle Physics, March 13 and 17

(March 1, 2017)

High school students, teachers converge on campus for daylong immersion program

Democratizing Knowledge Awarded Campus Dialogue Grant

(Feb. 27, 2017)

Matching grant will underwrite 'Creating New Publics' dialogue series

Economics of Success

(Feb. 24, 2017)

Double major, Andrea Fleming '17, says the College of Arts and Sciences has continuously inspired her

Everyone is Rooting for Each Other’s Success

(Feb. 24, 2017)

Economics major, Leigh-Anne Barreira '17, reflects fondly on her Orange experience

George Saunders’ First Novel, ‘Lincoln in the Bardo,’ Debuts at No. 1 on New York Times Bestseller List

(Feb. 24, 2017)

Saunders is currently in the midst of an international, multi-city book tour

University Mourns Loss of AAS Professor Rennie Simson

(Feb. 23, 2017)

“Professor Simson played a key role in building the Department of African American Studies into the renowned department it is today,” says Dean Karin Ruhlandt

Kathleen Kenny Appointed Dean’s Executive Assistant

(Feb. 22, 2017)

Kenny brings 16 years of administrative experience to the front office at the College

Syracuse to Host Conference on Media Studies, Popular Culture in Contemporary Japan Feb. 25

(Feb. 21, 2017)

Scholars from US and Japan convene on Saturday, Feb 25 for day of research presentations and film screenings

Syracuse Physicist to Discuss Black Holes April 8

(Feb. 20, 2017)

Tickets on sale for Paul Souder lecture, benefiting Southern Cayuga Planetarium and Observatory

Syracuse to Host Humanities Book Publishing Workshop Feb. 24

(Feb. 20, 2017)

Editors from SU Press, SUNY Press will cover entire process, from project to proposal to publication

Syracuse Chosen as Site of 2018 International Building Physics Conference

(Feb. 16, 2017)

Conference theme will be “Healthy, Intelligent, and Resilient Buildings and Urban Environments.”

Acclaimed Saxophonist, Writer Jackiem Joyner to Visit Campus Feb. 20

(Feb. 16, 2017)

Former Syracuse resident has turned adversity into opportunity

Cherríe Moraga to Serve as Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor Feb. 20-March 3

(Feb. 16, 2017)

The renowned Chicana writer, feminist will participate in a dozen events on campus

Memorial Service Feb. 19 for Huston Smith

(Feb. 15, 2017)

Smith remembered for inclusive view of sacred traditions

New Internship Links Janklow and Atlanta Ballet

(Feb. 15, 2017)

Arts leadership program stresses hands-on training experience

A Conversation with Kwame Dixon

(Feb. 15, 2017)

Professor Dixon reflects on the changing landscape of Latin American culture and politics

Marcelle Haddix to Examine Healing Power of Writing Feb. 17

(Feb. 14, 2017)

Professor will discuss writing practices of urban youth within, beyond school contexts

Deadline for Paris Noir 2017 Extended

(Feb. 10, 2017)

Celebrated study abroad program explores the influence of Black culture, literature, and experience in Paris

We're Just Wild About 'Harry'

(Feb. 9, 2017)

Nearly 100 lucky A&S students recently went behind the scenes of Harry Connick Jr.’s popular, new daytime TV show.

The Role of Islamic Buildings in Spain’s History

(Feb. 8, 2017)

Antonio Urquizar-Herrera, early modern art expert, to speak Feb 10

How Machine Learning Is Changing Crime-Solving Tactics

(Feb. 8, 2017)

Forensic Science Professors Use Artificial Intelligence to Aid DNA Analysis

Physicist Awarded Prestigious NSF CAREER Grant

(Feb. 8, 2017)

The five-year award will expand research; provide laboratory outreach opportunities

Geochemist Breathes New Life into ‘Great Oxidation Event’

(Feb. 8, 2017)

Christopher Junium helps detect traces of oxygen, nitrogen in 2.3 billion-year-old rock

Syracuse Symposium to Present Lecture on Inclusive Urban Education

(Feb. 6, 2017)

Rochester Professor Edward Brockenbrough will examine pedagogies of sexual agency for black queer youth

Syracuse Symposium Announces Spring Schedule

(Feb. 6, 2017)

Series resumes yearlong study of ‘Place’ with public events, activities

Fanfare for the Common Man

(Feb. 2, 2017)

Sean Kirst’s 'The Soul of Central New York' captures hopes, dreams of everyday people

Art Historian Appointed Distinguished Professor

(Feb. 1, 2017)

Syracuse University recognizes professor Franits for his tremendous scholarly contributions and intellectual leadership

Imagining Governance: A Q&A with Jack Manno G'03

(Feb. 1, 2017)

Syracuse, ESF professor Jack Manno earned a Ph.D. in social science from Maxwell in 2003

Africa Initiative Hosts Kwame Dixon Talk, Book Signing

(Jan. 31, 2017)

The Afro-Brazilian Experience as a Model for 21st Century Pan Africanism

The Science of Shipwrecks

(Jan. 26, 2017)

A legendary Honors course, taught by Cathryn Newton, uses maritime tragedies to illuminate both science and human culture

Physicist to be Recognized by National Academy of Sciences

(Jan. 26, 2017)

Professor Peter Saulson will receive NAS Award for role in LIGO's detection of gravitational waves

Stromer-Galley Secures $11.5 Million for Decision-Making Research

(Jan. 23, 2017)

Interdisciplinary team develops a web-based application aimed at improving reasoning

Former Syracuse Religion Scholar Huston Smith Mourned

(Jan. 23, 2017)

Smith remembered for inclusive view of sacred traditions

Let the Lava Flow

(Jan. 12, 2017)

The Syracuse Lava Project stays hot - even in the winter (Video)

Share your Orange—Alumni Volunteers Needed

(Jan. 12, 2017)

A&S grads can provide valuable career experience over spring break for current students

Biology Professor Recognized for Innovative Teaching

(Jan. 11, 2017)

Jason Wiles’ Education Efforts Awarded at National Conference

Power and Places Inform Student’s Poetry

(Jan. 11, 2017)

Farrell Greenwald Brenner ’17 celebrates publication of debut collection

Vivian May, Visionary Humanist

(Jan. 10, 2017)

Humanities Center director an expert on black feminist educator Anna Julia Cooper

Art Historian Lectures on Dutch Genre Painting in the Hague

(Jan. 9, 2017)

Wayne Franits shared his expertise in 17th-century Dutch art this past December

Syracuse Professor Serving as Deputy Director of Premier Physics Institute

(Jan. 9, 2017)

Mark Bowick oversees Kavli Institute of Theoretical Physics programming

A&S Researchers Explore Link between Tropical Glaciers, Water Supply

(Jan. 3, 2017)

New paper by members of Earth sciences department draws on work done in Peruvian Andes