Health & Society
Taishoff Center Lecture Series inaugural speaker Prince to discuss her experiences with autism spectrum
The Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education and the School of Education will welcome Dawn Prince to give the inaugural lecture of the Taishoff Center Lecture Series on April 20.
He will present “The Armenian Genocide and Modernity,” on Monday, April 12, at 4 p.m. in the Winnick Hillel Center.
Anne Nelson, author of “Red Orchestra: The Story of the Berlin Underground and the Circle of Friends who Resisted Hitler,” will speak on April 5 at 4 p.m. at Watson Theater,
Harvard medical sociologist Christakis to speak on health and social networks for Center for Health and Behavior annual lecture April 12
Nicholas A. Christakis, an internist and social scientist who conducts research on social factors that affect health, health care and longevity, will deliver the Center for Health and Behavior’s eighth annual lecture, “Social Networks and Health,” on Monday, April 12 at 4 p.m. in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium in Newhouse 3
SU sport management students documenting Syracuse pride, fan reactions for CBS College Sports during March Madness
Two SU students are shooting video and still photos of March Madness for CBS College Sports and LG.
Andrew Forsyth G‘99, program officer with the National Institute of Mental Health, will present “Confessions of an NIH Science Officer,” at 8:30 a.m. Friday, March 12, at the Peter Graham Scholarly Commons in E.S. Bird Library.
Forty-five students in Assistant Professor of Sport Management Gina Pauline’s classes played a role with Crunch staff in all facets of the American Hockey League’s first outdoor hockey game.
School of Education professors receive grant awards from NYS Department of Education for professional development
Two members on the faculty of teaching and leadership programs in the School of Education have secured funding for projects from the New York State Department of Education.
The School of Education is now accepting applications for the interdisciplinary minor in disability studies.
Marion Wilson’s NYC art exhibition ‘Artificially Free of Nature’ examines environment through creation, instruction
Syracuse University faculty and current students will welcome potential graduate students interested in graduate studies in child and family studies, addiction studies, marriage and family therapy, nutrition science and dietetics, and social work during the College of Human Ecology’s Spring Information Session Feb. 27 at 11 a.m. in Lyman Hall.
Nancy Clark, sports nutritionist and nutrition author, will present “Nutrition for Performance: How to Fuel for School, Sports and Life,” on Monday, Feb. 22.
SU Sport Management Club raises nearly $100,000 for local charities, makes $21,500 gift to Ronald McDonald House Charities of CNY
As a result of its most successful annual sport auction in December 2009, the SPM Club made a $21,579.16 gift to Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central New York.
Again this year, registered dietitians, led by Tanya Horacek, associate professor in the Department of Nutrition Science and Dietetics, working with seniors and graduate students in the program, will provide accurate, thorough and confidential dietary consultation.
Deaf, queer writer/comedian Terry Galloway to perform ‘Out All Night and Lost My Shoes’ Feb. 15, will read from her memoir ‘Mean Little deaf Queer’ Feb. 16
The SU Center on Human Policy, Law and Disability Studies presents “Out All Night and Lost My Shoes,” a solo performance by writer and comedian Terry Galloway. Galloway will perform on Monday, Feb. 15.
Brian Mullaney, co-founder and president of the cleft lip and cleft palate charity Smile Train, will visit the Newhouse School on Tuesday, Feb. 2. He will speak at 6 p.m. in the Joyce Hergenhan Auditorium in Newhouse 3.
Two professors from the Maxwell School have been awarded a $278,881 grant from the New York State Health Foundation to identify small area variations in health care among the 10 Hospital Referral Regions (HRRs) within New York State.
The Center for Health and Behavior (CHB) announces its Spring 2010 Seminar Series.
This semester, 15 MSW students and 10 Syracuse-area agency practitioners meet weekly to consider new pathways to engage individuals in hopeful conversations focused on recovery rather than illness or limitations.
SU Sport Management Club’s fifth annual Charity Sports Auction to benefit Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central New York
The Syracuse University Sport Management (SPM) Club will hold its fifth annual Charity Sports Auction on Saturday, Dec. 5, at the Carrier Dome.
Frances Largeman-Roth, senior food and nutrition editor for Health magazine, will present “Nutrition and Health Writing Workshop for Magazines and Beyond” on Dec. 4.
The Inclusion Tennis Program (ITP) began at Syracuse University this past spring.
The College of Human Ecology’s Department of Health and Wellness and the Society for Public Health Education (SOPHE) are hosting “Helping Amaus Help Those in Need.”
School of Education’s reading and language arts department to facilitate community writing workshop event for Syracuse teens Nov. 7
Faculty and students from the School of Education graduate-level course EDU 614, “Composing Processes,” in the department of reading and language arts, will facilitate a community writing workshop at the Dunbar Community Center on Saturday, Nov. 7.
Syracuse University will lead a consortium of researchers.
Two leading scholars in their respective fields will be featured during the College of Human Ecology’s Fall Seminar Series.
WISE, the leading voice and resource for women in the sports and events industry, announced Syracuse University’s Department of Sport Management in the College of Human Ecology would be the home of its first collegiate chapter in the nation.
Syracuse University, U.S. Rep. Maffei announce creation of Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education
The newly announced Lawrence B. Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education will become the nation’s largest repository of research, study and practice in the field of inclusive higher education.
Newhouse School’s BodyTalk project invites SU, local communities to share stories about food, body image
How do you see yourself—thin, fat, somewhere in between?
Richard Pound, long-time IOC member, founding chairman of World Anti-Doping Agency, to speak at SU Oct. 25
With the recent selection of Rio de Janeiro as the host site for the 2016 summer games, long-time IOC member Richard Pound will share insider insights and perspective on the decision when he travels to Syracuse University on Oct. 25.
Internationally renowned author and psychiatrist to present 2009 Honors Lecture at Syracuse University
Norman Doidge, author of the international bestseller “The Brain That Changes Itself” will be the guest speaker for the 2009 Honors Lecture at Syracuse University.
Morrell to present ‘The Art of Critical Pedagogy’ as part of Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series
On Thursday, Oct. 1, the School of Education will launch its fifth season of the Landscape of Urban Education Lecture Series with featured speaker Ernest Morrell.
Co-founder of Haight Ashbury Free Medical Clinic to speak on addiction relapse, recovery Oct. 5 at SU
Noted author and speaker Darryl S. Inaba will present “The Evolving Science of Relapse and Recovery,” Oct. 5.
Marion Wilson has been appointed director of community initiatives in the visual arts in the School of Education.
SU’s Middle Eastern Studies Program (MESP) is the recipient of a prestigious $179,000 grant from the U.S. Department of Education’s International Education Programs Service.
The Center for Health and Behavior at Syracuse University has announced its Fall 2009 Seminar Series.