Seven new recruits were sworn into the Syracuse University campus peace officer academy today by Syracuse Police Chief Joe Cecile. Cecile performed the swearing in of the academy recruits as an official welcome and endorsement of the joint law enforcement…
SU in the News: Wednesday, December 21
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
YNN, 9WSYR and WTVH previewed today’s campus ceremony to commemorate the 23nd anniversary of the bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 and remember those lost. New York City’s 1010 WINS-AM (listen), WHEC-TV (Rochester), WHAM-TV (Rochester), WKTV-TV (Utica), WNYT-TV (Albany) and WSEE-TV (Erie, Pa.) also previewed today’s campus activities, and the remembrance event today at Arlington National Cemetery.
Education Week highlighted the School of Information Studies partnership with Microsoft in the “so.cl” social networking experiment.
The ASEE Connections Dec. 2011 issue highlighted the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Sciences’ six-week internship program in Dubai.
The Southside Innovation Center’s Syracuse Community Test Kitchen (COMTEK) to help entrepreneurs start their own business is highlighted in a Syracuse New Times article.
Anita Zannin, part-time instructor in The College of Arts and Sciences’ Forensic Science Institute, spoke on CNN’s “Anderson Cooper 360” about the forensic evidence in the Texas case of Warren Horinek, who is serving a 30-year sentence for killing his wife in 1995.
Voice of Russia quotes David M. Crane L’80, professor of practice in the College of Law, on the case of the U.S. government against Bradley Manning, the U.S. soldier accused of spilling secrets to the WikiLeaks site.
Michael Wasylenko, senior associate dean at the Maxwell School and professor of economics, spoke on 9WSYR about a cut in the payroll tax as a long-term economic move.
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