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SU in the News: Tuesday, January 31
SU NEWS AND EVENTS COVERAGE
Broadway World previewed the Syracuse Stage presentation of “Caroline, or Change” opening Feb. 1.
Syracuse University is mentioned in a Today Show (view clip) segment profiling Alex Klein, a New Jersey high school senior and college basketball recruiter.
A Salt Lake Tribune roundup of area visual arts events (second item) makes note of Georges Rouault etchings on loan from SUArt Galleries for an exhibition at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts in Salt Lake City.
A brief item in the trade publication Metro Magazine notes adjustments to SU bus service for students to accommodate heavy usage on South Campus routes.
A CNY Central report on “Operation: Hired” notes the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at SU is included among participants in the career fair for veterans being held today at the Onondaga Community College campus.
SU is mentioned in a Post-Standard story on the making of the PBS documentary “Designing Healthy Communities.”
A Post-Standard editorial about income and tax disparities notes that Grant Reeher, professor of political science in the Maxwell School, will moderate a public debate Wednesday at the Everson Museum of Art to discuss both sides of the issue of raising taxes on the wealthy.
A report on profits from innovations in global value chains, co-authored by Jason Dedrick, associate professor at the School of Information Studies (iSchool), is referenced in a China Daily article about “made in China” versus “made in the U.S.” aspects of global supply chains for Apple’s iPhone 4 and other high-end, high-tech products. Comments by Dedrick are also cited in a Forbes article on the topic.
Leonard Burman, the Daniel Patrick Moynihan Professor of Public Affairs at the Maxwell School, is quoted in The Atlantic article on double taxation of corporate income.
Raymond Toenniessen, IVMF director of operations and development, is quoted in an Eagle News story on Clear Path for Veterans programs that help returning veterans re-acclimate to life stateside.
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