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Chancellor Kent Syverud to Deliver 2018 Winter Message on Tuesday, Jan. 16
Students, faculty and staff are invited to attend Chancellor Kent Syverud’s 2018 Winter Message to the University community.
The event will be held Tuesday, Jan. 16, at 3:45 p.m. in the Jack and Laura Hanhausen Milton Atrium in the Life Sciences Complex. It will include remarks from Student Association President James Franco ’18 and Chancellor Syverud.
The Chancellor will provide an update on several important University initiatives, outlining the progress that has been made and looking ahead to opportunities for growth and distinction in 2018.
American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation and Communication Access Realtime Translation (CART) will be available. For questions about accessibility or to request accommodations, contact the Equal Opportunity, Inclusion and Resolution Services (EOIRS) office at 315.443.4018.
An informal reception for the campus community will follow.
Those interested can follow live tweets of the Chancellor’s address and join in the conversation on Twitter at #SUChancellor. The transcript and full video will be available on news.syr.edu following the event.
About Syracuse University
Founded in 1870, Syracuse University is a private international research university dedicated to advancing knowledge and fostering student success through teaching excellence, rigorous scholarship and interdisciplinary research. Comprising 11 academic schools and colleges, the University has a long legacy of excellence in the liberal arts, sciences and professional disciplines that prepares students for the complex challenges and emerging opportunities of a rapidly changing world. Students enjoy the resources of a 270-acre main campus and extended campus venues in major national metropolitan hubs and across three continents. Syracuse’s student body is among the most diverse for an institution of its kind across multiple dimensions, and students typically represent all 50 states and more than 100 countries. Syracuse also has a long legacy of supporting veterans and is home to the nationally recognized Institute for Veterans and Military Families, the first university-based institute in the U.S. focused on addressing the unique needs of veterans and their families.