Spring '21 Magazine
Journeys of Discovery
The human desire to explore, take action and relive experience through memory never disappears, even in turbulent times. It just shifts form—we create when we cannot travel. Whether poems or scientific hypotheses, our ideas bring us to a better future.
As summer approaches and A&S' 150th anniversary draws to a close, let's look forward together and embrace the joy of curiosity. You'll be energized by this edition's stories of unforgettable students, faculty and alumni forging new paths of creativity and discovery. Find more on the A&S news page. Enjoy the journey!
A Story of Hope
A&S biology student Nidaa Aljabbarin, a refugee of Syria, uses poetry to share her family's personal journey the day they left home.
Understanding Metal Worlds Through Lava
The Syracuse Lava Project explores what volcanoes might look like on metallic planets.
Forgotten in Plain Sight
New creative project brings renewed attention to a famous New York City waterway.
What Governs Nature's Relationships?
From the mutualism between bees and plants to the viability of using 3D-printed beetles in mating studies, the Segraves Lab is getting to the bottom of how species interactions affect species diversity.
Giving Back to Honor a Great Mentor
Peter Robison ’78 Ph.D. recognizes longtime biology professor Dick Levy by establishing an endowment to support student research.