The University Place Promenade Project, which will transform University Place into a dynamic pedestrian promenade connecting Bird Library, Schine Student Center and the Newhouse School complex, will get underway in the coming weeks.
The interim leadership team will be introduced at a press conference today at 10:15 a.m. in the Football Auditorium, Iocolano-Petty Football Wing. The event will be streamed live on Cuse.com.
The Make Your Mark challenge has a goal of reaching a total of 1,870 donors in just 44 days.
With extensive experience in the performing arts, arts administration, teaching, fundraising and academic leadership, Michael S. Tick has been named the new dean of the College of Visual and Performing Arts.
The honors keep rolling in for the Gravitational Wave Group in the College of Arts and Sciences. Based in the Department of Physics, the group's ...
Several students and recent alumni were awarded scholarships by the Fulbright Student Program during the 2015-16 academic year to pursue their interests at destinations around ...
Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: With the end of the school year behind us, the start of summer is here at Syracuse University. While some ...
Syracuse University Chancellor and President Kent Syverud today announced the members of the Search Committee for the University’s new Director of Athletics. Chancellor Syverud will ...
Professors Biao Chen and Pramod Varshney and Associate Professors Yingbin Liang and Jian Tang in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, along with researchers ... more
It isn’t hard to see how LaVerne Sessler ’16, G’17 ended up enrolled in the H. John Riley 3+2 Engineering and M.B.A. program. He’s been ... more
Earlier this week, the University announced that the University Place Promenade project would get underway in the coming weeks. As part of that announcement, a ... more
After consultation with members of the Travel and Entertainment Policy Initiative team, the University is discontinuing its relationship with BTI Travel. As of Monday, May ... more
The College of Visual and Performing Arts’ Department of Drama has jumped to no. 8 on the Hollywood Reporter's (THR) list of the “Top 25 ... more
From determining the toxicity of certain chemicals in Onondaga Lake to the architecture of learning environments to a film about cross-cultural adoption, students in the ... more
Tula Goenka G’86, associate professor of television, radio and film in the Newhouse School, has been named the Newhouse Endowed Chair of Public Communications for ... more
The School of Design in the College of Visual and Performing Arts is one of only 13 schools selected to exhibit during NYCxDESIGN week at ... more
A physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a major grant to help develop quantum computing technology. Britton Plourde, associate professor ... more
Judy Greenberg Seinfeld traveled last week to Syracuse University from her New Jersey home, both for Commencement and a meeting of the Board of Trustees. ... more
Joshua Woods, a senior chemical engineering major in the College of Engineering and Computer Science and chemistry minor in the College of Arts and Sciences, ... more
The West Campus Project is a transformative initiative that will support academic excellence, enrich all aspects of student life and create a vibrant campus community.
Syracuse University is pleased to announce that Richard M. Alexander L’82, Neil A. Gold ’70 and Deborah (Gluckman) Leone ’86, G’87 have been elected as ... more
Congratulations graduates! Commencement 2016 weekend was full of celebrations, lasting memories and family and friends. Take a look at some of the special times.
The following is a transcript from the Commencement Address by Donald Newhouse '51 at the Carrier Dome on Sunday, May 15. I am proud that ... more
Enjoy the view from Syracuse University. We’re combing social media for great photos of our campus and featuring your snapshots that highlight all aspects of ... more
When John G. Thomas G’69 was completing his Ph.D. at Syracuse University, the last place he thought he would end up was an Army base ... more
As the school year wraps up, College of Visual and Performing Arts (VPA) Dean Ann Clarke and Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Dean ... more