Donald Dutkowsky, Professor Emeritus of Economics in the Maxwell School, was interviewed for the CNY Central story “Even Wegmans, one of country’s ‘best places to work,’ needs employees.” Dutkowsky discussed the current labor shortage, saying, “I think you’re seeing two…
SU in the News: Tuesday, June 8, 2010
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Media Bistro’s WebNewser blog reported the fourth annual Mirror Awards, to be presented by the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications in New York, will include live coverage by Twitter feed.
The Chronicle of Higher Education included SU in an update of capital campaigns across the country.
WIVB-TV (Buffalo, N.Y.) and BrighterEnergy.org stories about the New York Power Authority’s review of five Great Lakes Offshore Wind projects noted Syracuse University will be one of the sites for an upcoming “Get Listed!” event to register businesses able to work in the developing wind power industry in the state.
The Madison County Courier reported College of Visual and Performing Arts faculty members Robert Dacey, Gary Trento and Jerome Witkin among artists exhibiting work in the upcoming Contemporary Portrait and Figurative show at Stone Quarry Hill Art Park.
The Post-Standard and WSYR-AM reported plans for reconstruction along East Genesee Street were approved by the Syracuse Common Council as part of design efforts for the Connective Corridor to better connect SU to downtown’s cultural, civic and business sites.
Stay Thirsty Media posted a preview of “Little Hot Mama: The Flossie Turner Lewis Story,” a new e-book co-authored by Paula Meseroll, director of communications and media relations at SU.
Scott Samson, professor of earth sciences in The College of Arts and Sciences, is quoted in a Science News article about geological discoveries related to a Jurassic-era river system spanning North America.
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