In the St. Lawrence River watershed, the recovery of the Blanding’s turtle and the golden-winged warbler is an important indicator for researchers assessing the viability of public-private partnerships to restore wetlands. Their work is providing answers to ensure conservation efforts in this region—and possibly beyond.
It turns out that blacks don’t use alcohol that much compared to other groups. Previous research shows that they start drinking later, and then don’t drink as much as whites, for example.
The inauguration of Kent Syverud as the 12th Chancellor and President was a reflection of the University’s past, an examination of where it must go and a celebration of community and its greatest asset—its students.
The fashion design program in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) has joined with iconic supermodel and entrepreneur Emme ’85 to launch “Fashion Without Limits,” a design initiative that promotes the creation of size 12+ designs in the junior year through a special competition.
As the University prepares to celebrate the next chapter in its history with the inauguration of Chancellor Kent Syverud on Friday, here’s a look back at some of the people and places that are part of Syracuse’s 144-year history.
Unique festival along the Connective Corridor among the planned events Earth Day began in 1970 after millions of demonstrators came together to draw attention to ...
First Lady Michelle Obama made quite a splash during her trip to the Fisher House in Bethesda, Md. The Fisher House Foundation helps provide a ...
Centscere, the philanthropic student venture that began last summer in the Syracuse Student Sandbox, and entered the Syracuse StartupLabs competition earlier this year, was awarded ...
College of Law Professor of Practice David Crane had an audience with the United Nations Tuesday, April 15. He was asked to speak in front ...
David Bennett, professor emeritus of history at the Maxwell School, has authored "Bill Clinton: Building a Bridge to the New Millennium" (Routledge), a fascinating and ... more
The Onondaga Citizens League (OCL) released its new study report, "Early Childhood and School Readiness: Creating a Community Where All Children Thrive by Five" at ... more
Verbal Blend, a spoken-word poetry program out of the Office of Multicultural Affairs, will host its campus-wide Take the Mic Poetry Slam on Friday, April ... more
The Syracuse University Los Angeles Semester has received a $5,000 grant from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences to be awarded to a ... more
The Syracuse University Women’s Choir will present “The Story Behind the Song,” its final concert of the year, on Thursday, April 24, at 8 p.m. ... more
The poet, memoirist and translator Brooks Haxton G’81 is the next presenter in the spring 2014 Raymond Carver Reading Series at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 16, in Gifford Auditorium. ... more
Physicists in The College of Arts and Sciences have helped confirm the existence of exotic hadrons—a type of matter that cannot be classified within the ... more
In a first-of-its-kind collaboration, two IT-savvy colleges, a nonprofit consortium and an IT industry leader are combining academic efforts to present a massive open online ... more
As a highlight of this year’s Asian Pacific Heritage Month programming, students, faculty and staff are invited to attend a day-long training that focuses on ... more
On Thursday, April 17, the Falk College welcomes the campus and local communities to participate in two special events. The inaugural Falk Scholar Lecture, sponsored ... more
Syracuse University Vice Chancellor and Provost Eric F. Spina today named Karin Ruhlandt interim dean-designate of The College of Arts and Sciences. Ruhlandt has served ... more
On Sunday, April 13, at noon on the Syracuse University Quad, the Delta Zeta Chapter of Alpha Phi Alpha Fraternity, Inc., is hosting a walk ... more
A total of 503 students, faculty, and staff members joined Chancellor Kent Syverud for his inauguration day fun run. Chancellor Syverud greeted students, and even ... more
To say the competition for the 2014 International Human Frontier Science Program Organization (HFSPO) Research Grants was fierce would be a massive understatement. In fact, ... more
The ongoing search for invisible dark matter is the subject of a recent article involving physicists from The College of Arts and Sciences. Research by ... more
F. William Smullen, director of the National Security Studies program at the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and professor of public relations at ... more
The illustration program in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Department of Art will welcome painter and illustrator Max Ginsburg ’53 to campus April ... more
Anthony Yell, executive vice president and executive creative director of MRM/McCann East, will present “How to Succeed in the Digital Now” at 6:30 p.m. Tuesday, ... more