Syracuse University News
Highlight the Heroes Part 1: Staff Members Display Ingenuity, Determination, Teamwork in Face of COVID-19 Pandemic
Campus & CommunityQ&A With Keith Henderson, the University’s New Chief Compliance Officer
STEMHoneywell and Syracuse University Establish Research Partnership to Develop Next-Generation Air Quality Technology
Campus & CommunityFirst-Years, Seniors Invited to Complete Student Engagement Survey
Campus & Community‘ADA Live!’ Focuses on Protection and Advocacy Systems for People with Disabilities
Media, Law & PolicyHilda A. Frimpong Becomes the First Black Student to Lead Syracuse Law Review
Plansky Hoang ’15, G’20 is the youngest of seven children born to immigrant parents in Syracuse. She attended Henninger High School and came to Syracuse University as an undergraduate to major in biomedical and chemical engineering. “When I started college,…
Drama Department to Virtually Present New Theatrical Work Inspired by University’s 150th Anniversary
Inspired by Syracuse University’s 150th anniversary, the Department of Drama in the College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) will virtually present “Impact: Past, Present, Future,” a new theatrical piece that will be performed live in a series of four staged…
Syracuse University senior Bailie Brown will be the first female to earn a bachelor’s degree in sport analytics from the Falk College when she completes her coursework in May 2021. She is grateful for connections made with women in sports…
Welcome back to Syracuse University and to our first day of the fall semester! I give thanks that we are again at the start of a new academic year. I know how hard so many people have worked to make…
In a small ceremony on the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 26, the flags in front of the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello building were permanently raised by individual Syracuse University students, alumni and staff….
Co-authors Scott Pitoniak and Rick Burton discuss the creation of Forever Orange, The Story of Syracuse University.
Spring is a season of new life. Of renewal. Of sunshine. It’s when the wonders of nature emerge from their winter slumber. And we emerge, too. We see these sights, and they bring us joy. And they make us smile….
Featured Media Coverage
Matter of Fact“Know the Real Facts Before You Vote: How Social Media Can Spread Disinformation”
CNY CentralSU Professor offers prospective on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy
CBS News“Why did COVID-19 become partisan?”
- “How Conspiracy Theories Are Shaping the 2020 Election – and Shaking the Foundation of American Democracy.”