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News from 2020

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Sheltering in Poetry

(May 13, 2020)

Virtual readings draw hundreds worldwide.

Ensuring Accuracy Online

(May 8, 2020)

Students update Indigenous artists’ Wikipedia entries.

Brice Nordquist Named Dean's Professor of Community Engagement

(May 1, 2020)

Nordquist will lead humanities-related community engagement initiatives for the College of Arts and Sciences.

A&S Student Learns About Intelligence Careers From Alum Mentor

(April 28, 2020)

Office of Undergraduate Academic and Career Advising virtually connects alumni and students.

Virtual Ceramics Class Open to Students Worldwide

(April 22, 2020)

Over 250 participants join the seminar each week.

Power of Expression

(April 17, 2020)

Celebrating University writers with “Books in the Humanities.”

Career Advice From A Young Alum

(April 10, 2020)

Tierney Sovic ’19 offers tips for students to make the most out of their time at Syracuse University.

Physics Faculty Research Published in Scholarly Journals

(April 10, 2020)

Articles featured in Physical Review X and Physical Review Letters.

Underwater Rock Concert

(April 8, 2020)

A&S alumna studies communication behavior of harbor seals in Alaska.

“Love Letter,” By George Saunders G’88 Featured in The New Yorker

(April 3, 2020)

Award-winning author also appears on two popular podcasts.

English Professor Receives Mellon Foundation Grant

(April 2, 2020)

Chris Forster is the first professor at Syracuse University to be awarded the New Directions Fellowship.

Physics Department Does its Part to Help Make Masks

(April 2, 2020)

Department joins in the effort to fight COVID-19.

NSF Grant Funds Computational Simulation of Bio-Inspired Fluids

(March 16, 2020)

Computing resources grant from XSEDE

Faculty Page-Turners

(March 6, 2020)

Recent books by professors from A&S | Maxwell.

Creating Just Futures with Restorative Justice

(March 5, 2020)

Maisha T. Winn is this year’s Jeannette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities.

Biotechnology Program Offers New Master’s Degree

(March 3, 2020)

Combined B.S./M.S. and stand-alone M.S. programs launch in fall 2020.

Grant Funds Field Research in Japan

(March 2, 2020)

Team will examine how that nation is preparing for the Tokyo 2020 Summer Olympics.

“Hybridity, Breed, and Wildness” Talk Kicks Off Environmental Humanities Symposium

(Feb. 28, 2020)

How zoos and menageries changed our understanding of species.

Forensics Student Takes a Stand Against Homeschool Neglect

(Feb. 27, 2020)

Kate Corbett Pollack is also organizing a Disability Day of Mourning at SU on March 2.

M. Lisa Manning Named William R. Kenan, Jr., Professor of Physics

(Feb. 24, 2020)

Manning has also been awarded a three-year Simons Foundation grant.

A Message from Dean Karin Ruhlandt to A&S Faculty and Staff

(Feb. 22, 2020)

The College has taken important steps towards a more diverse, inclusive environment.

Math Students Finish Among Top Universities at Elite Competition

(Feb. 21, 2020)

Team placed in the top 12% at the Putnam Mathematical Competition.

Two A&S Faculty Earn NSF CAREER Awards

(Feb. 21, 2020)

Professors Denver Whittington and Weiwei Zheng earn grants for early career development.

Physics Professor and Ph.D. Graduate Attend Biophysical Society Annual Meeting

(Feb. 17, 2020)

Professor Liviu Movileanu and Avinash Thakur Ph.D. presented their research on molecular "fishing."

First African American Appointed to SU Biology in 1948 Advocated for Diversity in Science Education

(Feb. 14, 2020)

James Hope Birnie carried on his family’s legacy of leadership.

College of Arts and Sciences Launches Distinctive Leadership Scholars Program

(Feb. 13, 2020)

Welcoming the next generation of leaders.

Suraj Shankar ’19 Ph.D. Wins Physics Dissertation Award

(Feb. 13, 2020)

Shankar is now a Junior Fellow at Harvard.

Student Research Sprouts Renewable Energy

(Feb. 11, 2020)

Dakota Voitcu investigates how fungi impact plant growth.

Award-winning journalist and New Yorker writer Jelani Cobb speaks to the Syracuse University community

(Feb. 11, 2020)

Conversation focused on race, politics and the news.

Digitizing and Restoring History

(Feb. 5, 2020)

Dozens of volunteers preserved the works of an important early Black feminist educator, activist and author.

Syracuse University Welcomes Award-Winning Journalist and New Yorker Writer Jelani Cobb

(Jan. 31, 2020)

Conversation will focus on race, politics and the news.

Coming Into Focus

(Jan. 29, 2020)

Physics department works to improve gravitational wave detection.

Humanities Center Spring Preview

(Jan. 21, 2020)

Spring events explore "silence" and restorative justice.

Sparking Dialogue

(Jan. 14, 2020)

Professor Wayne Franits, Professor Joan Bryant and Julia Jessen G'20 curate exhibitions.