The Syracuse Architecture exhibit, “From Guest to Host: Hakka Villages and the Pingdi Low Carbon City,” focuses on ways in which current efforts to transform Pingdi—a subdistrict in northeastern Shenzhen—into a “Low Carbon City” pilot zone builds on the knowledge and daily practices of traditional Hakka families.
As of Wednesday morning, the pouring of concrete has begun, as reflected in the updated photo.
What are you doing on your summer vacation? See how members of the University community are having fun as the summer kicks into gear.
Recent Newhouse graduates are capturing the politics, personalities and controversies at the Republican and Democratic conventions through a partnership with the Newhouse School and Skype in Media.
Marlee Tuskes reports from the Quad, with updates on summertime construction and new faces around campus.
As members of the University community share what books they’re taking on their summer vacation, staff members of SU Libraries offer some interesting summertime picks ...
Hillary Clinton has a long road ahead. The Democratic presidential nominee (as of today’s nominating roll call vote at the Democratic National Convention) is running ...
Maxwell Auditorium was standing room only on Wednesday for remarks by Robert A. McDonald, secretary of the U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs. The former CEO ...
Syracuse Athletics Stands to Benefit from Enhanced National Exposure, New Academic Opportunities for Students
Targeting emerging opportunities for a new generation of innovative products in Central New York’s industry cluster in thermal and environmental controls (TEC), SyracuseCoE invites students ... more
James Karman G’76 found his passion as an undergraduate at Augustana College, and it has never left him. It is a passion for the poet ... more
A physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a major grant to continue the search for gravitational waves using the Laser ... more
School of Information Studies (iSchool) Professor of Entreprenurship Bruce Kingma hosted a group of visiting scholars from China’s Tsinghua University this week, bringing them to campus ... more
Dean of Libraries David Seaman has announced the creation of a state-of-the-art addition to the Syracuse University Libraries Facility, to provide 15,000 square feet of ... more
Lockheed Martin gives a major boost to the program that helps veterans make the transition from military life to business owner.
Syracuse University, the second largest employer in Onondaga County, and representatives of the Service Employees International Union (SEIU) Local 200United, are pleased to announce they ... more
We want to know what good reads University community members are delving into during the lazy days of summer—and offer a chance to win SU ... more
In the storied exhibition spaces of the National Baseball Hall of Fame and Museum in Cooperstown, two Syracuse University students are helping share the history ... more
The National Science Foundation has awarded $160,000 to Matthew Rudolph, assistant professor of physics in the College of Arts and Sciences, to continue his work ... more
After nearly a decade serving the University and the Central New York region, Marilyn Higgins, vice president of community engagement and economic development, has announced ... more
Student journalists and emergency response officials will get the chance to put their skills to the test on Monday, July 25. That's when the yearly ... more
A biologist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been honored for her work as a student mentor by the University’s Center for Fellowship ... more
With bipartisan, unanimous consent in the U.S. Senate on July 17, passage of the Emmett Till Unsolved Civil Rights Crimes Reauthorization Act of 2016 is ... more
As the revolution took hold in Syria, Hani Sulieman parted ways with his family and began a dangerous drive to the airport, not knowing if he ... more
Professor Shobha K. Bhatia and Assistant Professor Sucheta Soundarajan in the College of Engineering and Computer Science have been awarded a $258,870 National Science Foundation ... more
Abraham Lincoln has watched over the Maxwell School courtyard for nearly half a century. To ensure permanence for this iconic bronze statue’s resting place, the ... more
A physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences has received a major grant award, supporting his work in experimental astrophysics and surface science. The ... more