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Health & Society

Food Services Receives 2019 Best Overall Food Allergy Program for Universities

Tuesday, September 10, 2019, By Keone Weigl

Food Services was recently awarded 2019 Best Overall Food Allergy Program for Universities from AllerTrain by MenuTrinto LLC. The AllerTrain team selected winners from universities and restaurants across the country to recognize outstanding food service leaders in allergy training and…

Campus & Community

The Stand Director Ashley Kang Keeps Local Journalism Alive with Community Newspaper

Thursday, August 22, 2019, By Jen Maser

Ashley Kang ’04, G’11 has spent most of her career telling stories that often go untold. She is director of The Stand—a community newspaper written for and by Syracuse’s South Side residents and a project of the Newhouse School and…

Campus & Community

Hendricks Chapel Sponsors Student-Led Organ and Choral Music Workshop in Accra, Ghana

Monday, July 8, 2019, By Delaney Van Wey

Through support from Hendricks Chapel, students and faculty from Syracuse University, the Yale Institute of Sacred Music and Brooklyn College will travel to Accra, Ghana, this August to participate in a weeklong workshop on organ and choral music alongside Ghanaian…

Campus & Community

Schine Student Center to Close Beginning May 13

Thursday, May 9, 2019, By Teagan Cyan Peacock

Schine Student Center will close Monday, May 13, to begin construction on the proposed renovations. The newly designed building is scheduled to re-open in fall 2020. In preparation for the building’s closure, University offices and services previously housed in Schine…

Campus & Community

Administration of Student Course Ratings, Exam Scoring Will Transfer to Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment

Friday, May 3, 2019, By Kathleen Haley

To better align academic functions, the administration and oversight of student course ratings and exam scoring is moving from the Office of Institutional Research (OIR) to the Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Assessment (IEA), under the Office of Academic Affairs….

Campus & Community

Construction to Impact Pedestrian Access Near Barnes Center at The Arch Site Starting May 13

Friday, May 3, 2019, By News Staff

On May 13, the project construction site limits for the Barnes Center at The Arch will be expanded to support the final summer of construction activities. The entire north end of the site (between the Barnes Center at The Arch…

Campus & Community

Chancellor Syverud Addresses April 10 University Senate Meeting

Wednesday, April 10, 2019, By News Staff

In his report, Chancellor Kent Syverud recognized the loss of Dean Lorraine Branham, and touched on the Commencement speaker and the campus visit from Renée and Lester Crown. He discussed the chief diversity officer search, revisions to the faculty manual…

Campus & Community

Blackstone LaunchPad Hosting ‘Fireside Chat’ with Branding and Design Guru Paul Leibowitz ’84

Friday, February 8, 2019, By News Staff

An informal lunch with creative food for thought are on the menu in a Fireside Chat with Paul Leibowitz ’84, president and chief creative officer of Leibowitz Branding & Design, on Monday, Feb. 11, from 11:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m….

STEM

Chemical Engineering Student Takes First Place at Statewide Competition

Tuesday, October 9, 2018, By Alex Dunbar

From the moment he arrived on the Syracuse University campus, Connor Gonzalez ’20 was looking to get involved in research. During his freshman year, he started visiting the Student Success Center in Link Hall. “I asked how I could get…

Campus & Community

Progress Report: Enhancing the First-Year Experience

Tuesday, October 2, 2018, By Shannon Andre

Dozens of students, faculty and staff have been engaged in refining the first-year forums, seminars and courses offered to students this fall. The collaborative group, known as the First-Year Experience Initiative Steering Committee, is also working on a long-term plan…