What are you doing on your summer vacation? See how members of the University community are having fun as the summer kicks into gear.
Newhouse students will cover the 2016 presidential election season for a global audience through a unique partnership with Skype in Media.
Refugee families risk their lives to escape war and violence. But what happens when they settle in new homes in different countries free from conflict? Assistant Professor Rashmi Gangamma wants to understand the family experience for refugees in the midst of loss and resettlement.
Earth scientists are using an NSF grant to study the link between elevated temperatures and precipitation in ancient Antarctica.
The Newhouse School has appointed data journalist Jodi Upton as the Knight Chair in Data and Explanatory Journalism, ...
A professor in the College of Arts and Sciences has accepted a prestigious, yearlong appointment at the University of Ghana in West Africa. Horace Campbell, ...
June 26 marked one year since the U.S. Supreme Court announced its landmark decision in Obergefell v. Hodges, which guaranteed the right to marry to ...
Biologists in the College of Arts and Sciences have been awarded a major grant to study an epigenetic mechanism used by cells to regulate gene ...
As fiscal year 2016 concludes this week, the University closes the books on its 44th United Way fundraising campaign, yielding $229,523.71, the largest amount raised ... more
Close to 60 executives attended the Blue Courage training session held at Syracuse University on June 8. Officers and law enforcement officials from across Upstate ... more
A study conducted by the Newhouse School finds that while communications professionals are dissatisfied with the level of diversity and inclusion at their organizations, few ... more
After an extensive search, Gurdip Singh is joining the College of Engineering and Computer Science as Associate Dean for Research and Doctoral Programs, beginning Aug. ... more
The Syracuse Connective Corridor’s “Summer of Public Art” begins this month and continues into October with 11 new pieces of permanent public art to be ... more
Faculty from Syracuse University and SUNY-ESF have won a $91,000 grant from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency to help teachers and students better understand and ... more
British citizens have a weighty decision this week. Stay in or leave the European Union (EU), the economic and political union composed of 28 European ... more
Watch the transformation of University Place into a quarter-mile plaza area of pedestrian-friendly space through a webcam installed near the job site. The Axis camera ... more
Between the end of the spring semester and the start of fall classes, the campus comes alive with a different kind of energy. Busy crews ... more
Monday, June 20, 2016 Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: Last Wednesday, the Division of Campus Planning, Design and Construction hosted the first of five summer ... more
It was a calm Friday morning as Frederick (Rick) Cieri ’17 put the finishing touches on a class assignment in Bird Library. The week was ... more
The S. I. Newhouse School of Public Communications has announced, in partnership with Medtronic, a global medical technology company, and WCG, an integrated communications and ... more
A new smart phone app is now available to students, faculty and staff, allowing them to order food from Food Services simply by tapping their ... more
The origins of modern Jewish literature are the focus of a new book by a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. Ken Frieden, ... more
Researchers in the Center for Autism Research in Electrophysiology (CARE) Lab in the College of Arts and Sciences have made some important findings in looking ... more
Staff from the Division of Campus Planning, Design and Construction hosted the first of five scheduled summer construction information sessions in Lyman Auditorium on Wednesday, ... more
As the Division of Campus Planning, Design and Construction (CPDC) tackles more than 120 summer improvement projects, Syracuse University today announced a series of information ... more