The prototype of a glove that enables the wearer to control a robotic hand with high precision and haptic feedback. Their project won a $2,000 RvD IDEA Award Monday, February 23, 2015  

MakerSpace Is Making a Difference

Members of the University community increasingly gather at MakerSpace to learn and create using do-it-yourself approaches to creating with technology.

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The first-of-its-kind program for Newhouse emphasizes digital trends and innovation within the communications industry. Tuesday, February 17, 2015  

Online Education Gains Momentum at Syracuse with Innovative Programs

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.

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Michael Marciano with Danielle Lindgren '14 (left) and Victoria Czabafy '15 in one of Syracuse's new bioforensics labs Wednesday, February 11, 2015  

Once Upon a Crime

Forensic analysis is nothing like it appears on TV, says FNSSI scientist Michael Marciano.

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The new Collette Ethnographic Gallery at SUArt Galleries Monday, February 9, 2015  

SUArt Galleries Announces Grand Opening of New Galleries

The creation of these newly constructed spaces will help the Syracuse University Art Galleries better serve the needs of Syracuse University students and visitors for years to come.

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An artist's rendering of the finished "Into the Fold" project at Westminster Church Friday, February 6, 2015  

Architecture Students Blend Safety, Community Spaces for Church

When Freedom by Design took on the task to create a handicap-accessible ramp at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, they decided to expand on the concept. Students are constructing the ramp, along with a shelter, outdoor storage and community spaces.

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