Professor Eric Schiff wants to see innovative ways to retrofit single-pane windows to make them more efficient. As a program director at the U.S. Department of Energy’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy, he is leading an effort to make that happen.
Enjoy the view from Syracuse University. We’re combing social media for great photos of campus and accepting your snapshots that highlight all aspects of life at our University.
Four Syracuse University professors who are experts in terrorism give their views on the recent attacks in Paris and elsewhere and how the world should respond.
In all the rhetoric of presidential campaigns, candidates break it down to just a few words for what they hope is a memorable—and winning—slogan.
Aarick Knighton '16 anchors 'Cuse Cast this week, with coverage of Joe Biden's return to campus and top honors for the Sport Management Club.
Understanding the mechanics of cell biology, such as how cells move and form organized structures, has long interested scientists. Addressing these issues by thinking of ...
Syracuse University has been invited to join the 13th cohort of the American Council on Education’s (ACE) Internationalization Laboratory for 2015-17. It is one of ...
Syracuse University is exploring opportunities to partner with a comprehensive employee assistance services provider to enhance and expand the Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FSAP). ...
The WellsLink Leadership Program is among 17 initiatives nationwide being honored by University Business magazine in its Winter 2015 Models of Excellence recognition program. WellsLink, ...
“Today, the NCAA Infractions Appeals Committee issued its decision in response to Syracuse University's appeal of the sanctions imposed on the University on March 6, 2015. The ... more
The Raymond Carver Reading Series in the College of Arts and Sciences continues with a reading by acclaimed novelist Dinaw Mengestu. On Wednesday, Dec. 2, ... more
The Syracuse University Humanities Center has announced that Evan Selinger, professor of philosophy at RIT, has been forced to cancel his Dec. 1 Syracuse SymposiumTM ... more
Through a grant from the Women’s Fund of Central New York, the WISE Women’s Business Center, a program of the Martin J. Whitman School of ... more
Members of two search committees have been appointed to identify candidates to succeed the deans of the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and ... more
Back by popular demand: David Sedaris’ perfect antidote to holiday madness. For those who like a little jeer with their Christmas cheer, "The Santaland Diaries" offers ... more
Marie-Claire Saindon, a collaborative vocalist, composer and resident of Montreal, Quebec, Canada, has been named the winner of the 2015 Gregg Smith National Choral Composition ... more
In superbug outbreaks, bacteria have demonstrated an ability to become resistant to antibiotics by altering their complex cell membranes. Unfortunately, there is limited understanding of ... more
During winter break, students will have the opportunity to participate in the Working Orange Observation Program (WOOP), a new job shadowing program offered by Career ... more
Inspired by the loss of her father and grandfather to leukemia, Megan Brasch, a fifth-year bioengineering doctoral student, is positioning herself for a career in ... more
Faculty from across the University’s 11 academic schools and colleges have been selected to receive funding under a new internal grant program to help support ... more
The final report of the Working Group on Free Speech has been sent to the University Senate and to the Student Association (SA), the Graduate ... more
The College of Arts and Sciences is organizing a special event to help celebrate the 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), the ... more
On Nov. 13, iSchool Associate Professor Lee McKnight and students in the INSCT/iSchool cross-curricular course "Cybersecurity Law and Policy" /"Information Security Policy"—team taught by INSCT ... more
Acclaimed broadcast journalist Bob Dotson G’69, an alumnus of the Newhouse School, will return to campus Dec. 1 as a guest of the school’s broadcast ... more
A committee, consisting of students, faculty and staff, has been selected to help lead the search for a new senior vice president of student affairs. ... more
Last month, members of a new University-wide Chancellor’s Workgroup on Diversity and Inclusion were announced. They have been meeting to address issues of concern, and ... more
Faculty, staff and students are invited to attend a Travel Policy Information Session on Wednesday, Dec. 9, from 2-4 p.m. in Maxwell Auditorium. After a ... more