Syracuse University News

VoteTilla Launches in Seneca Falls

Thursday, July 20, 2017, By Amy Manley
Maxwell Associate Dean and Professor of History Carol Faulkner was one of the featured scholars on day one of the VoteTilla voyage that began on July 1.

Faculty Experts

  • William Banks

    Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs and Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism
    • Elizabeth F. Cohen

      Associate Professor of Political Science and Senior Research Associate, Campbell Public Affairs Institute
      • Jennifer Grygiel

        Assistant Professor of Communications
        • Sheldon Stone

          Distinguished Professor of Physics
          • Mehrzad Boroujerdi

            Professor and Chair of Political Science, Provost Faculty Fellow for Internationalization and O’Hanley Faculty Scholar
            • Deborah Coolhart

              Assistant Professor of Marriage and Family Therapy
              • Charles T. Driscoll

                University Professor of Environmental Systems and Distinguished Professor of Civil & Environmental Engineering
                  EPA
                • Hub Brown

                  Associate Dean for Research, Creativity, International Initiatives & Diversity Associate Professor

                  Faculty members at Syracuse University are available for expert commentary and analysis of breaking news and ongoing issues in the media landscape. Please contact Syracuse University News Services to set up interviews or for any questions about possible experts.

                  Student Spotlight

                  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

                    Girl Who Codes Helps Girls Who Code

                    Tuesday, July 18, 2017, By Sophie Estep

                    According to the National Center for Women in Technology’s 2016 analysis, only 26 percent of professional computing occupations in the United States are held by women. This statistic is shocking in the current age of educational equality, but is on a…

                  • Campus & Community

                    Undergraduate Research Gets Major Boost from New Program

                    Thursday, July 13, 2017, By Elizabeth Droge-Young

                    Syracuse’s Center for Fellowship & Scholarship Advising (CFSA) recently chose nine undergraduate researchers to participate in the newly created Young Research Fellows Program (YRFP). Funding for this Universitywide program, including a two-year stipend, is made possible by a gift from Elliott Portnoy…

                  • Media, Law & Policy

                    Story on Mental Health Lands Honors for Newhouse Student Taylor Epps ’19

                    Tuesday, July 11, 2017, By Keith Kobland

                    It’s no secret that Newhouse School graduates land jobs in some of the nations top broadcast markets. Sometimes however, their skills allow them to compete with top broadcasters before they leave Syracuse University. This is the case with Taylor Epps…

                  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

                    Jordan Barrett, Astronaut Scholar

                    Monday, June 26, 2017, By Amy Manley

                    An undergraduate in the College of Arts and Sciences is now one of only 17 Syracuse University students who can call themselves an Astronaut Scholar. Jordan Barrett ’18, a rising senior studying physics and mathematics, has just been named a…

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                  Events

                  • Various days throughout the summer
                    Studies have shown that taking time to slow down, be mindful, breathe, stretch and meditate can help you be more productive, more effective and happier. Faculty and staff are invited to join Gretchen Darrow-Crotty for the Stretch and Breathe series three days a week throughout the summer.
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