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Arts & Culture

George Saunders’ First Novel, ‘Lincoln in the Bardo,’ Debuts at No. 1 on New York Times Bestseller List

Friday, February 24, 2017, By Kevin Morrow

For an author, you are truly in an enviable position when fans and book critics alike anxiously await your next creation. So it is for College of Arts and Sciences’ English professor George Saunders. Especially now, with the publication of…

Faculty Experts

  • Brian Taylor

    Professor, Political Science
    • Elizabeth F. Cohen

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

        Assistant Professor of Communications
        • Roy Gutterman

          Director of Tully Center for Free Speech & Associate Professor of Newspaper and Online Journalism
          • Eunjoo Jung

            Associate Professor, Undergraduate Director
            • Hub Brown

              Associate Dean for Research, Creativity, International Initiatives & Diversity Associate Professor
              • Robert Thompson

                Director, Bleier Center for Television & Popular Culture Trustee Professor of Television, Radio and Film
                • William Banks

                  Professor of Law, Professor of Public Administration and International Affairs and Director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism

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                  Student Spotlight

                  • Science, Technology, Engineering & Mathematics

                    An Engineer for Global Health: Andrew Ramos ’17

                    Monday, February 6, 2017, By Matt Wheeler

                    Bioengineers are, quite literally, engineers of health. In that role, they have a true responsibility to put their expertise and skills to work for the good of others. Bioengineering senior Andrew Ramos ’17 doesn’t see any reason to wait until…

                  • Health & Society

                    Office of Health Promotion Hosts Sexual Health Awareness Month this February

                    Friday, February 3, 2017, By Neema Amadala

                    The Office of Health Promotion (OHP) is holding Syracuse University’s first Sexual Health Awareness Month throughout the month of February, calling it Frisky February. Working in collaboration with many student organizations, University offices, community partners and the OHP Peer Educators…

                  • Campus & Community

                    Disabilifunk Promotes Disability and Diversity Awareness

                    Wednesday, February 8, 2017, By Justin Kim

                    On Saturday, Feb. 11, from 7-10 p.m. in the Schine Underground, the Disability Student Union (DSU) and Disability Cultural Center (DCC) will host the fourth annual Disabilifunk, a vibrant and exciting evening of karaoke, improv, a cappella and more. “Disabilifunk…

                  • Campus & Community

                    GSO Wins Bid to Hold National Association of Graduate-Professional Students Conference at SU

                    Tuesday, February 14, 2017, By Kathleen Haley

                    Members of the Syracuse University Graduate Student Organization (SU GSO) vigorously advocate on matters of critical importance for their peers on a national level through their work in the National Association of Graduate-Professional Students (NAGPS). Their important work—and advocacy skills—paid…

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                  • Feb. 24 | 3 to 5 p.m. Peter Graham Scholarly Commons, Bird Library | Sean Kirst, author of "The Soul of Central New York: Syracuse Stories" will present a book talk and signing event, featuring remarks by the author, a panel discussion, a reception and book signing.
                  • Feb. 23 - 26 | Community Folk Art Center, 805 E. Genesee Street, Syracuse | The four day festival will highlight cultural contributions as well as address polarizing issues in the Caribbean and the Caribbean Diaspora. These highlights will be explored through film, dance, post-film discussion, spoken word and food.
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