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humanitiescorridorfeature Wednesday, October 29, 2014  

CNY Humanities Corridor Awarded $3.55 Million from Mellon Foundation

Syracuse University, Cornell University and the University of Rochester—founders of the Central New York Humanities Corridor, a large-scale interdisciplinary project—have received grants totaling $3.55 million from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation.

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266547scr_2ac0cae3c4e014d Tuesday, October 28, 2014  

Students’ Park Bar Offers Workspace Seating with a View

It’s an ideal place to study with your team, take a lunch break or just relax. Sally Zheng ’16 and Ryan Pierson ’16 have created some fresh, new seating on the Quad to accommodate a number of uses for students and the entire University community.

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SU Photo & Imaging Center Photos Friday, October 24, 2014  

Chairman of U.S. Joint Chiefs of Staff Gen. Martin E. Dempsey to Visit Campus Oct. 31

The INSCT and the IVMF will host Dempsey for a lecture on the challenges facing the next generation of security professionals and the role higher education plays in developing an effective, committed and ethical workforce.

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An evening view of a lava fountain in the Holuhraun lava field eruption in Iceland. Wednesday, October 22, 2014  

Jeffrey Karson's Latest Trip to Iceland Was One of Seismic Proportions

Iceland is once again erupting onto the world stage, thanks to a spectacular volcanic system that has been spewing lava since early September. Jeffrey Karson, a Syracuse University geologist, recently traveled to Iceland to monitor the early stages of the eruption.

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A foraminifera fossil Wednesday, October 15, 2014  

Microfossils Reveal Warm Oceans Had Less Oxygen, Syracuse Geologists Say

Researchers in the College of Arts and Sciences are pairing chemical analyses with micropaleontology—the study of tiny fossilized organisms—to better understand how global marine life was affected by a rapid warming event more than 55 million years ago.

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