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STEM

Graduate Students Travel to Rwanda for Environmental Research

Tuesday, June 19, 2018, By Alex Dunbar

From June 1-16, 11 graduate students from the College of Engineering and Computer Science and the College of Arts and Sciences, who are part of the EMPOWER graduate training program at Syracuse University, joined 12 students from the University of…

STEM

Aspiring Researcher in Ruhlandt’s Research Lab Attends International STEM Fair

Monday, June 18, 2018, By Kathleen Haley

A high school student working in the lab of College of Arts and Sciences Dean Karin Ruhlandt participated in the Intel International Science and Engineering Fair in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, in May. Marina Cousins, a senior at Manlius-Pebble Hill School, was…

Health & Society

Research Study Offers Free Speech Therapy for Children with Speech Sound Disorders

Wednesday, June 6, 2018, By News Staff

This research study is exploring the effects of different types of treatment that have shown to help children with speech sound disorders, including childhood apraxia of speech. Different teaching methods and different therapy schedules are being tested. Who is Eligible?…

Campus & Community

Participate in a Hearing Research Study

Friday, May 18, 2018, By News Staff

The Hearing Lab at Syracuse University is looking for participants 60-85 years of age who think or know they have hearing loss and have never tried a hearing aid. We are studying how to teach people to use and care…

STEM

ECS Professor Secures Yahoo Donation of Servers for Research Processing

Tuesday, May 15, 2018, By Kathleen Haley

The search to answer research questions through vast amounts of data requires massive amounts of computer server space. Syracuse University has a healthy number of data servers ready to assist researchers, but a recent donation by Yahoo is adding more…

Arts & Culture

Advancing Discovery: Faculty Research in the Humanities—Part IV

Thursday, May 10, 2018, By Rob Enslin

“Democratization” and “internationalization” are not just fancy buzzwords; they are the stuff of a new breed of humanists, committed to making knowledge more open, inclusive and democratic. At Syracuse, this quest plays out daily on multiple stages—from Syracuse Symposium to…

Arts & Culture

Advancing Discovery: Faculty Research in the Humanities—Part III

Tuesday, May 8, 2018, By Rob Enslin

“I’ve always found this hostility to be kind of ridiculous,” says historian Geoffrey C. Ward, referring to the false silos that can form between members of the Ivory Tower and the lay public—and even among professors, themselves. Known for his…

Arts & Culture

Advancing Discovery: Faculty Research in the Humanities—Part II

Friday, May 4, 2018, By Rob Enslin

Scholars have long debated the relationship between science and the humanities. Some say the differences are cultural, citing the tendency of scientists to focus on questions with clear, definite answers and of humanists to concentrate on the questions themselves—the more…

Arts & Culture

Advancing Discovery: Faculty Research in the Humanities—Part I

Wednesday, May 2, 2018, By Rob Enslin

2018 is proving to be a watershed year for the humanities at Syracuse. Despite ongoing threats to federal arts and cultural funding, the Humanities Center is entering its second decade, awash in experience and excellence, while one of its signature…

Media, Law & Policy

Jeffrey Gonda Wins Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research

Tuesday, May 1, 2018, By Jennifer Congel

This year’s Daniel Patrick Moynihan Award for Teaching and Research, recognizing outstanding non-tenured faculty members at the Maxwell School, will be given to Jeffrey Gonda, assistant professor of history. The award will be presented at the Maxwell School’s annual Graduate…