It’s officially called the Summer Literacy Clinic, but there’s much more to it than one-on-one reading and tutoring. True, when you enter the library of Roberts PreK-8 School in the Syracuse City School District (SCSD), you see third- and fourth-grade…
SU in the News: Tuesday, August 10
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
SU’s Transactional Records Access Clearinghouse (TRAC) is featured in a Center for Investigative Reporting blog on the rates of immigration deportations in the Obama administration.
The Post-Standard quoted Stefan Keslacy, assistant professor in exercise science in the School of Education, in a story on Keslacy’s research into the causes and prevention of Alzheimer’s disease.
Dick Case’s Post-Standard column featured alumni Fred and Jean Provencher and how they recently returned a library book, ““The Italian Painters of the Renaissance,” which was 58 years overdue.
College of Arts & Sciences professors Scott Pitnick, John Belote and Mollie Manier are profiled in Science Nation, a science video series commissioned by the NSF, in the research segment “Fluorescent Fruit Flies Shed New Light.” This fruit fly research was additionally reported on by Red Orbit.
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