Syracuse University News
Campus & CommunityNew Action Underway to Combat COVID-19 Spread
Campus & CommunityFaculty Nominees Sought for Seinfeld Scholars Award Program
Campus & CommunityImportant Updates from the Office of Academic Affairs
STEMWhat Was That Big Boom? Earth Sciences Professor Digs In
Media, Law & PolicySyracuse University, College of Law Sign Agreement with Uzbekistan Institutions to Assist Uzbek Disability Rights Capacity Building
Students, Faculty to Use Immersive Media to Explore the Complicated History—and Future—of Syracuse’s I-81
The construction of Interstate 81 in the 1960s cut through the city of Syracuse, leaving a wound that still pains the community five decades later. With newly secured funding from the Journalism 360 initiative, a team of Newhouse School students…
The pandemic has impacted every member of the Orange community—students, faculty and staff—and transformed the way people live, learn and work. Perhaps nowhere have these changes been felt more dramatically than among international students and those who serve them with…
A company led by a Syracuse University alumnus that specializes in emergency preparedness and response technology is now helping diverse young men and women realize their dream of a college education. This comes in the form of a cash donation…
Welcome back to Syracuse University and to our first day of the fall semester! I give thanks that we are again at the start of a new academic year. I know how hard so many people have worked to make…
In a small ceremony on the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 26, the flags in front of the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello building were permanently raised by individual Syracuse University students, alumni and staff….
Co-authors Scott Pitoniak and Rick Burton discuss the creation of Forever Orange, The Story of Syracuse University.
Spring is a season of new life. Of renewal. Of sunshine. It’s when the wonders of nature emerge from their winter slumber. And we emerge, too. We see these sights, and they bring us joy. And they make us smile….
Featured Media Coverage
Matter of Fact“Know the Real Facts Before You Vote: How Social Media Can Spread Disinformation”
CNY CentralSU Professor offers prospective on Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s legacy.”
CBS News“Why did COVID-19 become partisan?”
- “How Conspiracy Theories Are Shaping the 2020 Election – and Shaking the Foundation of American Democracy.”