SU in the News: Tuesday, October 26
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Research on “Neuroimaging of Love” by Stephanie Ortigue, assistant professor of psychology in The College of Arts and Sciences, was noted in a KFSN-TV (Fresno, Calif.) news report (watch video clip). Ortigue’s findings are also briefly reported by national and international media and blog postings including Discovery News and the Los Angeles Times; the United Kingdom’s Sun, Metro and Telegraph; the Globe and Mail in Toronto, Canada; and Psych Central and Gather.com.
A Central New York Business Journal report on the move of Haledyne to Syracuse notes Syracuse University as a research partner of the clean-air technology manufacturer. The SyracuseCoE is also mentioned in the report. Haledyne makes devices that will destroy airborne germs in health care facilities.
Wednesday’s launch of the breast cancer survivors photography project, “Look Now: Facing Breast Cancer,” led by Tula Goenka, associate professor of television-radio-film at the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, is featured in a Syracuse.com article. The SU Humanities Center, Newhouse School and Light Work/Community Darkrooms are mentioned as supporters of the Syracuse Symposium event.
Dave Molta, associate professor of practice in the School of Information Studies, is mentioned in Network Computing article about the Interop 2010 trade show for information technology professionals.
Janis McDonald, professor in the College of Law, was interviewed today for the Dr. Molly Barrow Show on the Progressive Radio Network.
Philip Arnold, associate professor of religion in The College of Arts and Sciences, is quoted in an Indian Country Today story on the passing of Haudenosaunee elder and Wolf Clan member Jake Swamp.
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