Volunteers are needed to assist with residential student check-in Jan. 30-31 and Feb. 5-7 at the Ensley Center, and Feb. 8-10 at the stadium. Volunteers will verify students are compliant with testing requirements as well as the Stay Safe Pledge….
SU in the News: Wednesday, September 2
Youlonda Copeland-Morgan, associate vice president for enrollment management, and Brian Sischo, vice president for development, were quoted in a Chronicle of Higher Education article on the “Syracuse Responds” campaign and other fundraising campaigns that help keep students enrolled in college.
The current SUArt Galleries exhibition, “Winslow Homer’s Empire State: Houghton Farm and Beyond,” was featured in The Chronicle of Higher Education’s “What’s Ahead” box. The exhibition symposium, “Winslow Homer in the 1870s: A Time of Crisis in American Culture,” was also mentioned.
Jeffrey Stonecash, professor of political science in the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs and The College of Arts and Sciences, was quoted in a Newsday article on a tax break for Omni New York on Long Island.
SU’s Project Advance was mentioned in a Creators.com feature on recycling in schools.
Boyce Watkins, assistant professor of finance in the Whitman School of Management, was interviewed by NPR for a feature on the debt associated with undergraduate and graduate education.
Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, was quoted in the Boston Globe in an article on “Wheel of Fortune.”
The College of Law was mentioned in a Post-Journal (Jamestown, N.Y.) story on the International Humanitarian Law Dialogues.
Dr. James Jacobs, SU’s director of health services, is quoted in a Post-Standard feature on how local colleges and universities are preparing for H1N1.
“Illuminating Oppression: 7th Annual Human Rights Film Festival” was featured in CNYlink.