“Dido and Aeneas” is a masterwork of early Baroque opera. The cast features outstanding young artists from the Setnor School.
The Institute for Veterans and Military Families recently received a $350,000 grant from Prudential Financial, Inc., that will help the institute continue to build the Technical Assistance Program for its renowned Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities.
Syracuse is renowned for winter, but this season the city is shining a little brighter, thanks to an illumination initiative by the Connective Corridor focused on lighting iconic buildings and public spaces along the recently completed streetscape.
A couple of summers ago, Arland Whitfield ’16 stumbled across a YouTube video about drones. It wasn’t long before he knew he had to get airborne.
Professor Shikha Nangia, in the Department of Biomedical and Chemical Engineering, and Professor Ari Chakraborty, in the Department of Chemistry collaborated to understand how protein corona forms and what is different about the quantum dot before and after the formation of the corona.
Everything we do that requires a wireless connection uses the radio spectrum. We’re able to harness radio waves to listen to music in the car ...
The M.F.A. Program in Creative Writing in the College of Arts and Sciences has announced its Spring 2015 Raymond Carver Reading Series. Named for the ...
Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will be the keynote speaker at the award celebration for the Toner Prize for Excellence in Political Reporting ...
Earth scientists in the College of Arts and Sciences have received a major grant to test a new technique for measuring tectonic uplift. Gregory Hoke, ...
The College of Law is looking for a few good witnesses. Qualifications include a willingness to take on the role of a crime victim, a ... more
Following the death of King Abdullah bin Abdulaziz al Saud of Saudi Arabia earlier today, the father of a Syracuse University alumnus has ascended the ... more
Phil Sarna, managing director of PS Business Management LLC, will present a lecture on Tuesday, Jan. 27, at 6:30 p.m. in the Lender Auditorium (Room ... more
Ludwig Stein, revered professor of painting in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ (VPA) Department of Art, died on Tuesday, Jan. 13, in Cancún, ... more
Community Folk Art Center will begin the celebration of Black History Month in collaboration with WAER, by hosting a Black History Month Kick Off Concert ... more
Rapid economic growth in India has led to a spike in energy consumption, placing a serious strain on the country’s grid and energy supplies. Blackouts ... more
School of Information Studies (iSchool) Associate Professor Scott Nicholson, an expert in meaningful gamification, transformative games, facilitating learning through games and play in non-classroom settings, ... more
A new initiative at the School of Information Studies (iSchool) offers an enriched graduate education experience to students who want to become leaders in librarianship ... more
From the economy to the war on terror, President Obama touched on a wide range of issues during his State of the Union address Tuesday ... more
The Energy Department’s Advanced Research Projects Agency-Energy’s (ARPA-E) Delivering Efficient Local Thermal Amenities (DELTA) program will develop localized heating and cooling systems and devices to ... more
"In the Next Room, or the vibrator play" is a fresh and funny new play about love, intimacy and marriage. It’s the 1880s and electricity ... more
“Critical Mass,” a juried exhibition of work by undergraduate visual artists from the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA), will be on view Jan. ... more
Lucius Robinson Kempton, 81, of Pompey passed away at Menorah Park on Sunday, Jan. 18. Following his graduation from Middlebury College in 1955, he began ... more
International students often face a unique set of challenges when they embark on their collegiate career in the United States. But one international student, Shuyuan ... more
The Humanities Center (HC), housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, has announced its 2015 Spring Symposia schedule. Events include the HC Faculty Fellow ... more
More than 200 years of Western American art is the subject of a new book by a professor in the College of Arts and Sciences. ... more
Recognizes Legacy of Advocacy Center and Its Former Staff Early next week, Chancellor Kent Syverud will meet with members of the Workgroup on Sexual Violence ... more
This past holiday season, Syracuse Stage patrons donated over $29,000 for organizations providing support for people living with HIV or AIDS. This marks a record-breaking ... more