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: Friday, July 15
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
MSNBC.com reported on the research by a team from SU’s College of Arts and Sciences and Yale University providing a clearer picture of the Earth’s temperature approximately 50 million years ago. Linda Ivany, associate professor of earth sciences in The College of Arts and Sciences, is quoted.
The Utica Observer Dispatch reported on SU football coach Doug Marrone being named “America’s Friendliest Football Coach” by ESPN the Magazine.
The Journal Star (Lincoln, Neb.) previewed a lecture by Duncan Brown, assistant professor of physics in The College of Arts and Sciences, on black holes, supernovas, and other astrophysical events.
The Atlantic quotes A.H. Peter Castro, associate professor of anthropology in the Maxwell School, on challenges to international aid for drought victims in Somalia.
A McClatchy wire article quotes Keli Perrin, assistant director of the Institute for National Security and Counterterrorism, on state leaders’ responses to a crisis.
Robert Thompson, director of the Bleier Center for Television and Popular Culture in the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, is quoted in the Detroit Free Press on the final “Harry Potter” movie.
David Popp, associate professor of public administration at the Maxwell School, is quoted in a 9WSYR story on fluctuating gas prices in Central New York.
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