Preserving Aquatic Ecosystems, One Lake at a Time
Svetoslava Todorova is passionate about her work with aquatic ecosystems. For years, she’s been bringing small groups of her Syracuse University students to Green Lakes State Park, equipped with gear to measure the make-up of the lake and armed with…
Women in Science Day Profile: Biomaterials Engineer Developing Smart Materials of the Future
Scientist Mary Beth Browning Monroe is developing materials for healing the human body that could make a tremendous difference in life or death situations. These biomaterials—easy to use and highly effective—could control bleeding within wounds, especially critical in instances where…
New Students: What Is the ‘Must-Have’ Item for Your Room? (Video)
From comfy pillows to a favorite sports item, incoming new students share what their “must-have” items are for their residence hall rooms.
Honey Produced by Campus Honeybees Available Soon
In the video, Associate Teaching Professor Lisa Olson-Gugerty explains the role of certain bees in the hives on South Campus. In spring 2020, South Campus became home to six honeybee hives, which house over 300,000 honeybees. In their first year…
Women in Science Day Spotlight: Christa Kelleher
Christa Kelleher remembers having a love for drawing and art when she was a kid. As a college student, she began to fold science and engineering into her area of focus, intertwining her creative and experimental interests. Today as a…
Flags Flying High at National Veterans Resource Center
In a small ceremony on the morning of Wednesday, Aug. 26, the flags in front of the National Veterans Resource Center (NVRC) at the Daniel and Gayle D’Aniello building were permanently raised by individual Syracuse University students, alumni and staff….
Chancellor Syverud’s Welcome Message for Fall 2020
Welcome back to Syracuse University and to our first day of the fall semester! I give thanks that we are again at the start of a new academic year. I know how hard so many people have worked to make…
Assisting a Veteran on Memorial Day
Memorial Day is the day set aside to honor and mourn military members who died while serving in the United States Armed Forces. We do this in a number of ways, including graveside services and displaying the United States flag….
Co-Authors Discuss Creation of “Forever Orange, The Story of Syracuse University”
Co-authors Scott Pitoniak and Rick Burton discuss the creation of Forever Orange, The Story of Syracuse University.
University Honors Cadets as They Make the Commitment to Serve
Twenty-three U.S. Army and six U.S. Air Force Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) cadets were recognized virtually this week as they became the next generation of military leaders. While Syracuse University usually holds an annual commissioning ceremony, this year’s event…