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Dean Karin Ruhlandt's Message to the A&S Community

(Nov. 20, 2019)

In support of Genevieve García de Müeller

Dean Karin Ruhlandt's Message of Solidarity and Support to A&S Students

(Nov. 18, 2019)

A message to the Arts and Sciences community.

Communications Specialist Joins Arts and Sciences' Office of Communications

(Nov. 15, 2019)

Daniel Bernardi will develop research, alumni and student stories

"I no longer fear venturing into the unknown"

(Nov. 4, 2019)

A&S student reflects on the Stocks and Finance immersion trip

November Boasts a Cornucopia of A&S Events

(Oct. 31, 2019)

Events include live musical performances, a career fair and more.

A Space for Success

(Oct. 23, 2019)

The Hall of Languages has recently seen an exciting update.

Student + Alum = New Career Opportunity

(Oct. 22, 2019)

An on-campus conversation between Kelly Sheridan '92 and Antonia Mascitelli '20 sparked an internship opportunity in Boston.

New Scholarship Supports High-Achieving A&S Students

(Oct. 14, 2019)

Gift from Alumnus William Pelton Honors Dean Eric H. Faigle

Physics Department Earns Honors

(Oct. 10, 2019)

Faculty Embody Syracuse’s Research Prowess

Prestigious Grant Supports Ph.D. Student’s Whale Research

(Oct. 9, 2019)

Biology graduate student Julia Zeh receives highly competitive National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship

Hush, Little Baby: Mother Right Whales “Whisper” to Calves

(Oct. 8, 2019)

North Atlantic right whales, a species severely threatened by human activity.

Diverse Careers, Broad Perspectives: New Members Join A&S Board

(Oct. 8, 2019)

Dean Karin Ruhlandt recently welcomed eight new members to the Dean’s Advisory Board of the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S).

Skipper Joins A&S Admissions Office

(Oct. 7, 2019)

New assistant director's focus is on relationship building and student recruitment

PACE

(Oct. 1, 2019)

Forensics and National Security Sciences Institute Develops DNA Tool

Lectures Offer Diverse Viewpoints

(Sept. 30, 2019)

Join us at these A&S talks from October 1 - October 15.

The Personhood of All Beings

(Sept. 26, 2019)

Wali Lecturer Presents an Indigenous Approach to Protecting the Environment

A Weekend to Remember

(Sept. 19, 2019)

Highlights from Orange Central Homecoming and Reunion Weekend.

Dean Ruhlandt Honors Rubye Torrey G'69

(Sept. 19, 2019)

Torrey was the first African American woman to earn a Ph.D. in analytical chemistry from Syracuse University.

Resig Joins A&S Development Team

(Sept. 18, 2019)

New director of development has more than a decade of professional experience.

"Pa' La Calle/ To the Streets" Celebrates Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month

(Sept. 5, 2019)

Celebrate Latinx/Hispanic Heritage Month and beyond with La Casita Cultural Center’s new exhibit, “Pa’ La Calle” (To the Streets)

It Starts by Saying, 'Hello'

(Aug. 23, 2019)

Linzy Dineen '21 explains the importance of authentic networking, relationship building

Opening Weekend Events

(Aug. 23, 2019)

Check out the upcoming events for Opening Weekend!

Syracuse Professor to Co-Present Restoration Shakespeare Showcase at London's Globe Theatre July 17

(July 15, 2019)

Amanda Eubanks Winkler will facilitate discussion, performances of 'Tempest,' 'Macbeth,' as part of multinational 'Performing Restoration Shakespeare' project

Arts and Sciences, Office of Research Co-Appoint Humanities Proposal Development Director

(July 9, 2019)

Sarah Workman will help elevate faculty research in humanities

'My Future Self Will Thank Me'

(June 27, 2019)

Linzy Dineen '21 reflects on her Discover Atlanta immersion trip

Advanced Track M.S. in Forensic Science Awarded Full Accreditation

(June 20, 2019)

Dean Ruhlandt: "Accreditation is a testament to FNSSI's commitment to excellence"

Poetry and the Examined Life

(June 17, 2019)

A conversation with poet Thomas Centolella '74, winner of a 2019 Guggenheim Fellowship

Gebbie Clinic to Host 'Fluency Camp' for Kids Who Stutter

(June 7, 2019)

June 26-28 camp will benefit children and their families, legal guardians

Staff Appreciation Picnic Serves up Food, Fun

(June 6, 2019)

Inaugural event salutes 'backbone of College'

Dean's Office Welcomes Administrative Specialist

(June 5, 2019)

Jessica Allman wants to become 'go-to resource' for faculty, staff

Arts and Sciences Appoints New Director of Graduate, Undergraduate Recruitment

(May 31, 2019)

Chris Anderson G'15 brings 14 years' admissions experience to position

Arts and Sciences to Hold First Annual Staff Appreciation Picnic May 31

(May 29, 2019)

Dean Ruhlandt praises 250-plus staffers as 'backbone of the College'

Deborah Pellow to Receive Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

(May 9, 2019)

Anthrolopgy professor known for 'strong bond' with Ph.D. students

Playing the Long Game

(May 2, 2019)

A&S advisor, Syracuse football star Scott Freeney '97 helps students win in the classroom

Arts and Sciences Takes Top Honors at Year-End Ceremonies

(May 2, 2019)

Students, faculty, alumni reap University's highest awards

Faculty Media Coverage on the Rise

(April 24, 2019)

Recent headlines confirm College's growing media footprint

Novelist Karan Mahajan to Conclude Carver Series April 24

(April 17, 2019)

This year's Don MacNaughton Reader known for "smart, devastating" prose

Winston Fisher Seminar Was 'Life-Changing,' Student Recalls

(April 10, 2019)

Sophomore Ally Peyton '21 reflects on time in popular A&S immersion program

Humanities Book Reception to 'Illuminate Human Experience' April 17

(April 10, 2019)

Works by more than 60 University editors, authors will be on display

Five Questions for Theo Cateforis

(April 5, 2019)

The author of 'The Rock History Reader' may have the coolest job on campus

Swimming in a Sea of Neutrinos

(April 4, 2019)

Ph.D. candidate Avinay Bhat discusses his research into the Universe's smallest, most elusive particles

Promoting Social Responsibility

(April 4, 2019)

Jessica Arb Danial G'16 is youngest board chair in Everson history

Syracuse Symposium to Present Final Chapter of 'Stories'

(April 4, 2019)

April events will explore notions of authoritarianism, Indigenous injustice, grief, community archiving

Human Activity Disrupting Iconic African Ecosystem, Biologist Finds

(April 1, 2019)

Professor Mark Ritchie notes up to 75-percent drop in larger wildlife species populations in parts of Serengeti-Mara ecosystem

Lakota Poet to Reflect "Officiousness, Duplicity" of Language

(March 28, 2019)

Layli Long Soldier will headline Carver Reading Series April 3

Ray Smith Symposium Connects Campus Community Through Indian Storytelling

(March 28, 2019)

Public events at ArtRage, Everson include art exhibition, performances, lecture, gallery talks

Syracuse Physicist Discovers New Class of Pentaquarks

(March 26, 2019)

Findings by Professor Tomasz Skwarnicki recast understanding of structural matter

Physicists Reveal Why Matter Dominates Universe

(March 21, 2019)

Syracuse's Sheldon Stone helps discover matter-antimatter asymmetry in charmed quarks

Alumni Business Owner Propels 'People-First' Philosophy

(March 19, 2019)

Serial entrepreneur Ed Mitzen '89 is part of a new wave of socially conscious business leaders

John L. Johnson Lecture to Explore 'Chicago and the Black Arts Movement,' March 20

(March 18, 2019)

Washington State Professor Thabiti Lewis will review black aesthetic of 1960s, '70s

Haitian Author, Artist Frankétienne to Visit Campus March 25-26

(March 14, 2019)

'Father of Haitian letters' will present lectures, readings, film screening, art exhibition

Recent Graduates Reap Rewards of Liberal Arts Learning

(March 12, 2019)

Megan Phan '17, Jacob Urban '18 practice social responsibility after graduation

Poet Terrance Hayes to Headline Carver Series March 20

(March 12, 2019)

National Book Award winner will read from 'American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin'

College Appoints First Director of Proposal Development

(March 6, 2019)

Melissa Whipps to increase 'volume, scope, success' of grant proposals

Syracuse Symposium 'Stories' Bring CNY History Alive

(March 4, 2019)

Upcoming events cast new light on Native American, abolitionist narratives

Marcus Anderson Events Moved to CFAC, 6-8:30 p.m.

(Feb. 25, 2019)

Humanities Center will present panel discussion, master class by acclaimed musician-entrepreneur

New CFAC Exhibit to Honor Black History, Women's History Months

(Feb. 18, 2019)

Solo show by M.A. student Spencer Stultz '17 explores notions of identity, spirituality, experience Feb. 22-March 23

Prince Sideman Marcus Anderson to Visit Campus for Black History Month Feb. 25

(Feb. 16, 2019)

Humanities Center will present panel discussion, master class by acclaimed musician-entrepreneur

Syracuse Symposium to Recognize Careers of Professors Wadley, Gold Feb. 26

(Feb. 15, 2019)

Duo will be feted at blue-ribbon panel discussion on South Asian ethnography

Writer Larry Blumenfeld Using Watson Professorship to Explore 'Jazz in Troubled Times' March 25-April 5

(Feb. 14, 2019)

Pianist Jason Moran, saxophonist Yosvany Terry, bassist Linda May Han Oh part of two-week excursion into jazz culture, politics, activism

An Artistic Response to U.S. Immigration Policy

(Feb. 11, 2019)

Syracuse Symposium Keynote Speaker Adela C. Licona will discuss, lead workshop on "borderlands activism" Feb. 21-22

Rock Biographers Anthony DeCurtis, David Yaffe Headline Syracuse Symposium Feb. 19

(Feb. 11, 2019)

Bestselling authors discuss books on Lou Reed '64, Joni Mitchell and rock journalism, in general

National Book Award Winner Sigrid Nunez to Headline Carver Series Feb. 13

(Feb. 11, 2019)

Bestselling novelist will read from "The Friend," an "acerbic meditation on loss and love"

Reading by Poet Christopher Kennedy G'88 Moved to Feb. 6

(Feb. 1, 2019)

Director of Syracuse M.F.A. program will open 2019 Carver Reading Series, originally slated to launch Jan. 30

Syracuse Establishes Chapter of Neuroscience Honor Society

(Jan. 30, 2019)

New York Delta accepting applications for membership from qualifying students, faculty, alumni

Turning Student Research into Reality

(Jan. 22, 2019)

Ph.D. candidate Avinash “Avi” Thakur helps design nanomaterials that could improve cancer detection

CFAC Welcomes New Permanent Director

(Jan. 18, 2019)

Tanisha M. Jackson comes to Syracuse from Ohio State's Hale Black Cultural Center

A Star Is Born

(Jan. 4, 2019)

Physicist Gabriela González G’95 reveals how Syracuse prepared her to make science history

Professor Awarded NEH Fellowship to Study Democratization of Islamic Laws

(Jan. 4, 2019)

Yüksel Sezgin wonders if democracy, Muslim Family Laws can co-exist in non-Muslim-majority countries