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University Grants Available to Faculty and Students for Research, Projects Addressing Sustainability

Friday, January 12, 2018, By News Staff

Faculty and students can apply for funding from the Campus as a Laboratory for Sustainability (CALS) program for research, projects or course development that engage the campus in addressing climate change and sustainable systems. Applicants—either individuals or teams—may request research…

STEM

Chemist Selected as Research Ambassador by German Academic Exchange Service

Wednesday, January 3, 2018, By Kathleen Haley

A chemist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been selected to serve as a science ambassador for a prestigious international exchange organization. Ivan Korendovych, associate professor of chemistry, was named a DAAD Research Ambassador for 2017-18. DAAD, Deutscher…

STEM

Syracuse University Research Team Advances to Genius NY Competition Finals

Wednesday, January 3, 2018, By Alex Dunbar

A project being developed by College of Engineering & Computer Science Professor Utpal Roy and Ph.D. student Yunpeng Li is one of six finalists in the Genius NY 2018 Competition. The Genius NY program is the world’s largest business competition for…

Campus & Community

CUSE Grant Program to Provide Seed Funding for Faculty Research

Tuesday, December 5, 2017, By Carol Boll

The University’s Office of Research has announced the launch of a new internal grant program to provide seed funding for faculty research. The funding effort, named the Collaboration for Unprecedented Success and Excellence (CUSE) Grant Program, is part of Invest Syracuse,…

STEM

Classification Researcher to Headline Syracuse Symposium Dec. 4-5

Wednesday, November 29, 2017, By Rob Enslin

Syracuse Symposium continues its yearlong look at “Belonging” with a visit by a leading expert in classification science. On Monday, Dec. 4, Melissa Adler, assistant professor of information and media studies at Western University in London, Ontario, will discuss “Consequences…

STEM

Students Pursue Research at Sites across Country through NSF-Funded Program

Tuesday, November 28, 2017, By Kathleen Haley

Mathematics major Danika Van Niel ’18 conducted original research in algebraic geometry last summer within the Mathematics Department at Purdue University. In the process, she learned what a career in mathematics research involves—and discovered more about herself. “I learned about…

STEM

Physics Ph.D. Student Builds Successful Research Company

Tuesday, November 21, 2017, By Cyndi Moritz

Aaron Wolfe expects to finish up his Ph.D. in physics this semester. He has been working on his doctorate since 2011 and should have been done by now, he says, but a few things have gotten in the way—like helping…

BBC Earth

Biology Expert Details Whale Research

Friday, November 17, 2017, By Sawyer Kamman

Susan Parks, an Associate Professor in the Biology department of the College of Arts and Sciences, does unique research with some of the biggest animals on Earth, whales that roam beneath the ocean’s surface. She was featured in a BBC…

STEM

Professor Zhen Ma Receives 2017 Lush Prize for Young Researcher (Americas)

Thursday, November 16, 2017, By Alex Dunbar

Zhen Ma, biomedical and chemical engineering professor in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, was selected as the winner of the 2017 Lush Prize for Young Researcher (Americas). The Lush Prize, now in its sixth year, is a collaboration between cosmetics…

OZY

IVMF Research Used in OZY Article on Transitioning Veterans

Thursday, November 9, 2017, By Sawyer Kamman

Research from the Institute for Veterans and Military Families at Syracuse University was used in an OZY.com article about veterans making the adjustment to civilian lifestyle and employment. “44 percent of veterans leave their first civilian job within a year,…