The event was the first asexuality studies session to be featured by any major Renaissance organization.
SU professors discuss biolinguistics, social basis of accent discrimination and forensic linguistics of criminal detection.
The article highlights the work of Salatha Willis, Syracuse University’s Associate Athletic Director for Diversity, Culture and Climate.
Assistant Professor Genevieve García de Müeller receives a grant from The American Association of University Women.
Alan Middleton shares some of the factors that affect the timing and intensity of leaves as they change color in the fall season.
A&S chemists results are highlighted in "The Science Times."
Study examined the structure and ecological persistence of invertebrate animals.
Alison Patteson, assistant professor of physics, will test to see if the antibody Pritumumab has the potential to block SARS2.
Faculty offer insight on the coronavirus pandemic.
Associate Professor Sascha Scott quoted on the website, marketplace.org.
Research by A&S biologists appears in the scholarly journal, “Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences.”
Biology article published in the journal ABT helps educators engage students in evolutionary science.
Research by particle physicists at Syracuse University appears in “The Innovation Platform."
The award recognizes career achievements in international education.
Magazine is written, edited and published by WRT students.
Fellowship recognizes academic and research accomplishments, as well as potential impact at the laboratory.
Biology alum is the Vitold Arnett Professor of Cell Biology at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
JV Educational Leadership Award signifies outstanding leadership within the field of higher education.
New book examines the relationship between ad agency and client.
M.F.A. graduate student Ariel Chu selected for nationally competitive fellowship.
Students networked with researchers in applied linguistics.
Jonathan Dee, assistant professor of English, has book review featured in The New Yorker.
Biology professor published in Ecology and Evolution.
Story is titled, "Three Women of Chuck's Donuts."
The article provides strategies for graduate teaching assistants.
Lab highlighted on WCNY-TV's Cycle of Health.
Cheryl Strayed to speak at Everson Museum.
Professor Mike Goode gives community talk about the screen-adapted Jane Austen unfinished novel, "Sanditon."
Denver Whittington's research is finding new ways to detect neutrino interactions.
Susan Parks, associate professor in the Department of Biology, has co-authored an article appearing on the December cover of the journal Science.
Scott Manning Stevens, associate professor of English and of Native American and Indigenous studies, has been appointed to the board of trustees for Ucross.
Biology professor Heather Coleman co-authored a letter in Science, urging forestry organizations to lift the ban on biotech trees.
Debbie Urbanski, a 2004 MFA alumna, recently received a 2019 Rona Jaffe Foundation Writer’s Award.
Dr. Michael Marciano appointed to national Forensic Science Organization of Scientific Area Committees.
Professor Bhatia guest-edited a piece in the Journal of the International Association for World Englishes.
Lisa Manning and Christian Santangelo have been elected as Fellows of the American Physical Society.
Jewish Studies program expands with gift from Backer Foundation.
Professor Mitchell Soderberg says these tiny, elusive particles hold clues to the universe's origin.
Aesoon Park studies the individual and environmental influences on alcohol use and misuse.
The APA Commission on Accreditation has voted to reaffirm the program's accreditation status.
The Narratio Fellowship program unites refugee artists and resettled refugee youth for the sake of artistic expression.
Student veteran Justin Alvey '20 is drawing on his Army experience to succeed in geology.
Graduates of the physics department are making significant contributions to teaching, research and discovery.
An annual field trip to the Canadian Rockies provides a window into early marine communities.
Professor Liviu Movileanu is using the support to improve cancer detection.
The event recognized people celebrating milestone years of service at Syracuse.
CNN, CBS News and Bloomberg Media are some of the outlets that have recently featured A&S experts.
A research study offering free speech therapy for children with speech sound disorders.
Faculty and student work recognized at annual Society for Mathematical Psychology meeting.
Almost all of this year's recipients of Syracuse's Menschel Award are from A&S.
A citizen of the Akwesasne Mohawk Nation, Scott Manning Stevens will discuss the relationship between Indigenous people and museums.
Professors Tripti Bhattacharya and Melissa Chipman look to the past to project climate's future.
Molecular Biology of the Cell features research and artwork by Erin Curtis '18.
Michelle Zaso G'15, G'19 studies the effects of genetics and peer environments on underage drinking.
Psychology department to host PRIDE symposium on June 27.
The rain-or-shine event will recognize staffers' hard work and effort throughout the year.
Melissa Chipman studies Arctic paleoecology and paleoclimatology.
Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics to launch new symposium.
Lyn Lifshin '60 is the author of more than 120 books and chapbooks.
Earth Sciences Professor Christopher Junium rethinks how early life produced oxygen.
Psychology major Sayem Sinha proposes ways to improve the accuracy of presidential election polling.
Sylvia Montijo '19 will begin a two-year appointment at a New York City middle school.
Triple major wins Max Kade Prize for best paper.
Gizem Şengör G’18 is part of the new Central European Institute for Cosmology and Fundamental Physics.
Associate Professor Jason Fridley will focus on the spread of ragweed in northern France.
Arthur Flowers has been in Thailand, working on the Vietnam vet drama "Da 5 Bloods."
New York Delta Chapter inducts 30 inaugural members.
Julia Zeh studies the ecology and evolution of acoustic signaling.
Deborah Pellow will be honored at the Graduate School Doctoral Hooding Ceremony.
The American Association of Geographers lauds Farhana Sultana for her research into social issues.
Karen DeVose also is earning a doctorate from the Catholic university.
Susan L. Smith '60 uses her late husband's plays to promote Holocaust reconciliation.
Laurence Nafie is the 2019 winner of the Chirality Medal.
Four M.A. students presented papers and participated in a panel discussion.
The American Physical Society lauds Sheldon Stone for his contributions to high-energy physics.
Physicist M. Cristina Marchetti is known for her original research into soft and living matter.
The Department of Chemistry and Syracuse University Libraries form an unlikely alliance.
Twenty-two of the scholars are from A&S.
Courtney Carr and Jo Johnson earn major awards.
Meredith Professor Kate Lewis co-organized it with colleagues from Colgate and SUNY Upstate.
Professor Harvey Teres' latest book mines the "unseen power of the aesthetic experience."
Physicist Lisa Manning is founding director of BioInspired Syracuse.
Biochemistry major Yongna Lei received the Norma Slepecky Undergraduate Research Prize. She will use the award to study the pathology of ALS.
Rainie Oet's latest collection hits this summer.
Faculty and alumni take aim at the crippling neurological disease.
A&S dominates year-end award ceremonies.
Jane Pascar studies the relationship between microbes and their hosts.
A snapshot of recent faculty media coverage.
Biologist Jason Wiles believes science and religion are compatible.
Casarae Gibson will utilize social media platforms to uncover social justice trends.
Ariel Chu will use the prestigious award to complete work on a novel.
Kate Lewis' Meredith Project involves post-exam reflection tools.
Five of this year's seven recipients are from A&S.
Judith P. Zelisko '72 is a 2019 winner of the Women in Manufacturing STEP Ahead Award.
Upcoming events include a panel discussion and a digital humanities research symposium.
Professor Mark Ritchie says human activity is disrupting the Serengeti-Mara ecosystem.
Professors Sheldon Stone and Tomasz Skwarnicki are changing our understanding of matter in the Universe.
Award-winning author to speak on the history of radical right in American society.
Anne Marie Patti Higgins ’76, G’90 has donated a high-definition, PTZ camera system to the University.
Students participated in paper, poster and panel presentations.
Former student-athlete Scott Freeney '97 began his career in Georgia's "Classic City."
The Kress Foundation has awarded the historic program more than $125,000 in fellowship support.
Jessica MacDonald is interested in the role vitamin D might play in reducing symptoms.
Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah G'16 will adapt and produce the title story from his 2018 bestseller, "Friday Black."
Associate Professor Theo Cateforis will head up the U.S. branch of the International Association for the Study of Popular Music.
Lindsay Moon '18 and Kathryn Spencer '20 spent Fall Semester sailing the Atlantic and Pacific oceans, respectively.
Physicist Suraj Shankar is about to become the first Syracuse alumnus in Harvard's ultra-elite Society of Fellows.
Assistant Professor Christopher Noble mines Platonic and Aristotelian thought in Late Antiquity
Researchers utilize drone and infrared camera technology to assess creek-water temperatures.
Ph.D. student Dalton Stevens studies the process of medical death certification.
Biologist Jason R. Wiles is the co-author of a paper in Nature Ecology and Evolution.
Psychologist David Kellen uses mathematical models to understand cognitive processes.
Syracuse will host its annual High School Biology Apprenticeship Days, March 6 and 20.
Associate Professor Gregory Hoke has earned a nine-month Fulbright scholarship to work at Poland's University of Wroclaw.
The Syracuse professor will read from and answer questions about his best-selling novels.
Yale's Joeann Salvati studies the underlying mechanisms of deviant behavior.
Albany-based neuroscientist Sally Temple will headline the April 5 event.
Solo show by master's candidate Spencer Stultz '17 honors Black History and Women's History months.
Professor Leonid Kovalev is using an NSF grant to study metric spaces.