“Tina’s” office is a riot of orange. Next door, “Dave” has just a few photos of himself, his wife and their dogs.Their offices may look very different, but they are both demonstrating what Associate Professor of Management Kris Byron contends—the widespread tendency to personalize one’s workspace is highly meaningful.
Jackie Barr ’15 was glued to the coverage of the Sochi Olympics. As one of 33 students interning with NBC Sports, Barr worked as a shot selector to pull the best of the coverage for online viewing. The interns played a part in helping bring the games to the world.
Can social media and social entrepreneurship help leverage small change to make a big difference? Centscere, an SU student start-up, is putting this theory into action.
The Department of Child and Family Studies in Falk College will host, “A Community in Trauma: The Impact on Children and Families.”
The high-energy and visually stunning Diavolo Dance Theater, presented by Syracuse University Arts Engage, will return to Syracuse to perform its new work, “Fluid Identities,” co-commissioned by SU Arts Engage, on Friday, April 4, at 7 p.m. at the Landmark Theater in downtown Syracuse.
Syracuse University, in partnership with Upstate Medical University, SUNY Cortland and ArtRage, will host “American Whistleblower Tour: Models of Courageous Citizenship” with a series of ...
Rachel Kushner, a two-time finalist for the National Book Award, is the next writer in the spring 2014 Raymond Carver Reading Series at 5:30 p.m. ...
Marcelle Haddix, assistant professor in the Reading and Language Arts Center at the School of Education, has been named the recipient of the 2014 Division ...
Syracuse University recently ranked 25th among the top 30 green power colleges and universities in the country. The list, complied by the U.S. Environmental Protection ...
In collaboration with the YMCA’s Downtown Writer’s Center, Point of Contact Gallery is hosting its third Poetry Book Fair to showcase books by poets from ... more
More than 20 local high school students have been invited to participate in an international masterclass on particle physics in The College of Arts and ... more
Damarys Ocaña Perez, director of editorial content at Latina Media Ventures (LMV), will visit Syracuse University on Wednesday, March 26, as a guest of the ... more
Entrepreneur and investor Jessica Jackley, a pioneer in the field of microfinance, will deliver the next Tanner Lecture on Ethics, Citizenship and Public Responsibility on ... more
The University of Louisville Cardinal Singers and the Syracuse University Singers will offer a joint performance on Sunday, March 23, as part of the Esther ... more
Light Work presents the exhibition "New Geographics," featuring the work of Michael Bühler-Rose. Bühler-Rose utilizes photography to unravel our ideas of place, culture, spirituality, exoticism ... more
Syracuse University will honor students, faculty, staff and community partners who embody SU’s commitment to engagement with the local community with the 2014 Chancellor’s Award for ... more
As part of the inauguration of Syracuse University Chancellor Kent Syverud, students are being presented with a unique opportunity: to come up with an idea ... more
David Zaslav, president and CEO of Discovery Communications, will be honored with the Fred Dressler Leadership Award at the eighth annual Mirror Awards ceremony on ... more
The Newhouse Magazine Department Speaker Series in the Newhouse School will bring Jet editor-in-chief Mitzi Miller to Syracuse University on Thursday, March 6. She will ... more
The Near West Side Initiative (NWSI) through the Syracuse University Office of Community Engagement and Economic Development is seeking applications from regional artists for the ... more
The Division of Student Affairs has recently launched a new and improved website to better help students connect to the programs, services, opportunities and events ... more
The Newhouse Sports Media Center in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications will host the premiere of ESPN Films’ “Requiem for the Big East” ... more
The Sue & Leon Genet Gallery in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) is presenting “Philippe Halsman’s Hollywood,” an exhibition of work by ... more
Many students are jetting off to exotic destinations for spring break or traveling home to see family but for one group, spring break is all ... more
Researchers at the School of Information Studies (iSchool) have released an innovative proposal to resolve the 15-year controversy over the U.S. government’s special relationship to ... more
Judith E. Heumann, the special advisor for international disability rights at the U.S. Department of State, will visit Syracuse University on Wednesday, March 5. Heumann ... more
The Beyond Compliance Coordinating Committee (BCCC) will host a screening of the documentary “FIXED: The Science/Fiction of Human Enhancement” at 7 p.m. at Watson Hall ... more