Syracuse University News
Staff, Faculty Members, Along with International Students and Families, Support Essential Workers through Fundraising Effort
Campus & CommunitySororities Come Together to Raise Money for People Impacted by COVID-19
Campus & CommunityEffect of New York State Travel Advisory on Move-In
Campus & CommunityOffice of Diversity and Inclusion Creates Dialogue Series for Supervisors
Campus & CommunityComing Back Together 2020 Postponed, Family Weekend and Orange Central Will Move Online This Fall
Campus & CommunityReturn to Campus Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and Cleaning Supply Request Guidelines Available
Professor and Ph.D. Student Receive NSF Grant for Business Focusing on 3D Printing of Microfluidic Devices
Too small to be seen even with standard microscopes, microfluidics research looms large over many aspects of biochemistry, nanotechnology and biotechnology research. Precision microfluidics involve a device that has channels allowing a flow of just 50 microns or less. A…
In 1986, Ariel Chu’s parents immigrated from Taiwan to the United States. In Taiwan, her parents were both engaged in their passions—her father was a well-known programmer and her mother a beloved Chinese literature teacher. The political and economic uncertainty…
Anna Feldman, a rising senior in environmental engineering in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and a member of the Renée Crown University Honors Program, was recently named a 2020 Udall Scholar. The Udall Foundation awards scholarships to college…
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….
Twenty-three U.S. Army and six U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets were recognized virtually this week as they became the next generation of military leaders. While Syracuse University usually holds an annual commissioning ceremony, this year’s event…
Memorial Day is the day set aside to honor and mourn military members who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. We do this in a number of ways, including graveside services and displaying the United States flag….
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ArtNet.comArtist-in-Residence Carrie Mae Weems’ Project to Resist COVID
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The HillCoronavirus Causes Crisis in Long-Term Care Facilities
Center for Strategic & International StudiesIs There a “Right” Way to Decide A Quarantine Strategy?