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Four Syracuse University students have been named as student cultural ambassadors through the US-UK Fulbright Commission’s UK Summer Institute program. They are Brittney Loper, a freshman dual major in marketing in the Whitman School of Management and television, radio and…
Six students and three alumnae were selected to participate in the Fulbright English Teaching Assistant Program. Two students have received study/research grants. Among that prestigious group are three who spoke to SU News about what they hope to give and gain during the experience.
Graduating seniors are gearing up for the end-of-year bash: Senior Celebration 2018. On Thursday, May 10, graduating seniors are invited to pack the War Memorial in downtown Syracuse to join together and celebrate their time at Syracuse University. Each year,…
Syracuse University’s Remembrance Scholar Selection Committee has chosen the 35 students who will be the 2018-19 Remembrance Scholars. The scholarships were founded as a tribute to—and means of remembering—the 35 students who were killed in the Dec. 21, 1988, bombing…
Tania Joseph ’18 anchors this week’s ‘Cuse Cast from outside the Dome, with details on Commencement 2018 and what some of our students are doing this summer.
Jonathan Singh G’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast from the Shaffer Art Building, with details on the One University Awards ceremony coming up this week.
Former Syracuse football punter Rob Long serves as the director of strategic development for Uplifting Athletes, a national nonprofit that uses college football as a platform to inspire hope in the rare disease community. Long was honored with an Orange…
In this edition of Innovation Orange, we hear how Associate Professor of English Roger Hallas’ new project brings together his love of movies, his commitment to documentary and his longstanding passion for photography as a medium.
Nick Dugan ’18 anchors this week’s ‘Cuse Cast from our snowy campus, with details on the Music and Activism Series at Bird Library, and the Chancellor’s Military Review at the Dome.
Cameron Jenkins ’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast, with details on new all-gender signage going up on campus, and a yearly tradition that helps reduce the winter chill.
Ashley Burroughs G’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast from Newhouse 3, with details on Law Diversity Day and an event that offered networking opportunities for students.
Sydney Hutchinson, associate professor of music history and cultures in the College of Arts and Sciences, conducts research in ethnomusicology, where music and culture intersect. Her passion lies in bringing this to her students both in class and through public programming, where…
Marcelle Haddix, associate professor and chair of reading and language arts in the School of Education, is the creator and director of Writing our Lives, a program geared toward supporting the writing practices of urban youth within and beyond school contexts.
The Chancellor said that entering the spring 2018 semester, the University is “in remarkably good shape to respond to the challenges coming at us and to seize opportunities to have a better impact in the world.”
Tommy Farrell G’18 has our final ’Cuse Cast of the fall semester, with details on a stress relief event that got underway Sunday night at Bird Library.
Jonathan Singh G’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast from in front of Hinds Hall, the home of the iSchool, where he has details on two big events happening at the School of Information Studies.
Christine Morton G ’18 has the welcome back edition ’Cuse Cast, with details on two stories with an international flair: the International Thanksgiving Celebration at Schine and International Day at Whitman.
Max Cohan ’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast with details on the Red, White and Blue tailgate and groundbreaking ceremonies for a major project for students.
Students participate in lighting candles for Diwali, the Hindu festival of light. This is the second year Professor Romita Ray of the Department of Art and Music Histories (AMH) has organized the event on campus. This year, over 50 students, faculty…
Remembrance Scholar Alex Alvarez ’18 anchors this week’s ’Cuse Cast, with details on Remembrance Week activities.
Luis Columna is an associate professor in the exercise science department in the School of Education. His research and his Fit Families program are providing new tools for exercise and play involving Autistic Children and their parents. Along with his…
Maizy Ludden ’19, a scholar in the Renée Crown University Honors Program, is conducting research that is literally taking her into the field (and on her bike) to gather information about food that’s growing in unlikely places.
Two faculty members from the School of Architecture are lending their expertise to a unique project: the building of two homes for Habitat for Humanity constructed from concrete blocks.
Using secure computers inside the College of Engineering and Computer Science, professors from around the world can mimic cyberattacks on networks and see where software is vulnerable. Professor Kevin Du and his students developed the Labs For Security Education (SEED) that…
Students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science are conducting research on the damage caused by a drone dropping from the sky, using high-tech test dummies and pork ribs as part of their experiment.
Gorea’s work and research are inspired by biomimicry, which is the design and production of materials, structures and systems that are modeled on biological entities and processes.
Jeff Hemsley, assistant professor in the School of Information Studies (iSchool), conducts research on viral events on social media as they relate to politics, as well as information visualization as a means to better understand and view large amounts of…
EMPOWER is an interdisciplinary graduate education program focused on research at the interface of water and energy cycles. The program provides students with the technical knowledge and professional skills needed to compete for careers in energy, environmental consulting, government, nonprofits, academia and beyond.
This edition of Innovation Orange highlights the research of Burak Kazaz, The Steven R. Becker Professor of Supply Chain Management and Laura J. and L. Douglas Meredith Professor of Teaching Excellence at the Whitman School of Management. Professor Kazaz is…
Assistant Professor of Architecture Elizabeth Krietemeyer focuses her research on helping people visualize complex data (such as energy use) as easy as the wave of a hand. She and her team work to observe how people interact with their built…
Assistant Professor of Food Studies Evan Weissman (from both Falk College and the Maxwell School) conducts research on a topic that impacts every human being: the food system. Weissman’s background is in studying land-use pressure and farmland preservation From the…
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