Every smoker faces different challenges when trying to quit. The hardest part may be a matter of routine.
In this award-winning classic about the universal struggle for human dignity, a black man in apartheid-era South Africa tries to overcome oppressive work regulations to support his family.
Members of the University community increasingly gather at MakerSpace to learn and create using do-it-yourself approaches to creating with technology.
The Newhouse School receives thousands of applications every year from prospective students. One in particular recently stood out. It was the first application to the school’s new online master’s program, Communications@Syracuse—and it came just four hours after the announcement of the program launch.
Forensic analysis is nothing like it appears on TV, says FNSSI scientist Michael Marciano.
La Casita Cultural Center is hosting an opening reception for "None of That," an exhibition by artist Juan Alberto Cruz, on Thursday, March 5. The ...
On Monday, March 2, the University community is invited to attend a Campus Master Plan event with members of the Campus Master Plan Advisory Group ...
The Syracuse University Art Galleries will present "Art and Industry: A History of Mezzotint Engraving," a lecture by exhibiting SUArt Galleries artist and print historian ...
The day (Feb. 25) was set aside to discuss and further explore the process behind development of the Academic Strategic Plan. It was co-sponsored by ...
Gesa E. Kirsch, professor of English and director of the Valente Center for Arts and Sciences at Bentley University, will deliver a public lecture titled ... more
Harry Brod, widely recognized as a founding figure of the field of masculinity studies, will speak March 3 at 7 p.m. in Gifford Auditorium on ... more
The Syracuse University Art Galleries will present “A Concert in Celebration of 'Pushing the Line: American Women Printmakers from the Syracuse University Art Collection,'” on ... more
A community meetup on the topic of information visualization is being hosted by the School of Information Studies (iSchool) and Assistant Professor Jeff Hemsley. The ... more
Andreas Weigend, former chief scientist at Amazon and founder of Social Data Lab, is the next speaker in the 2014-15 University Lectures series. His presentation, ... more
To address a growing need for more counselors, healthcare professionals and social services professionals with adequate training and credentialing in alcohol, other drugs and behavioral ... more
Three-time Grammy award-winning singer, songwriter, guitarist and contemporary blues artist Keb' Mo' will perform live in concert at Gala 2015, Syracuse Stage’s major annual fundraiser. ... more
The Department of Mathematics in the College of Arts and Sciences has the formula for success. Uday Banerjee, professor and chair of mathematics, says that ... more
Do judges serve as neutral legal umpires, unaccountable partisan activists or political actors whose decisions conform to—rather than challenge—the democratic will? That is one of ... more
Natalie Rebeyev, a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, has been named a Gates Cambridge Scholar, enabling her to pursue a full-time postgraduate ... more
On Monday, March 2, Syracuse University will kick off the annual Vera House White Ribbon Campaign with a pre-launch event at the men’s basketball game ... more
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a continuing grant to School of Information Studies (iSchool) assistant professor and principal investigator Yun Huang to examine ... more
“Part of the authenticity of television is how relatable it is. I want to feel good watching TV. I want to see faces that look ... more
Contemporary interdisciplinary artist Crystal Wagner will present a lecture and create a large installation with students as part of her residency in the College of ... more
The Syracuse University Symphony Orchestra (SUSO) and four choirs from the Rose, Jules R. and Stanford S. Setnor School of Music in the College of ... more
Use it or lose it. That seems to be the common theme when it comes to learning and remembering a foreign language. But at Syracuse ... more
Last fall, Social Work Degree Guide published a listing of its“30 Most Influential Social Workers Alive Today.” The magazine, which provides information and guidance on ... more
There are nearly 215,000 women currently serving in the United States military and more than 1.8 million women veterans. Hundreds of thousands of civilian women ... more