As students moved into their residence halls, we asked moms, dads and upperclassmen to offer some words of wisdom to the incoming freshman class. Tips for the Class of 2019 from Syracuse University News on Vimeo.
On a recent warm morning, before most people are out of bed, Heather Ketcham dives into the cool waters of Cazenovia Lake, not far from her home. This isn’t just a refreshing dip; this is her training ground.
The summer of 2015 isn't one Chase Guttman '18 will soon forget. It included close encounters with sharks in a shark cage, riding ostriches and a photographic journey into a land of breathtaking beauty and culture.
"Networks” is the theme of the 2015 Syracuse Symposium™, organized and presented by the Syracuse University Humanities Center in the College of Arts and Sciences.
The National Institute of Health has awarded Assistant Professor Shikha Nangia a grant to develop a way to deliver cancer-fighting drugs more effectively using nanoparticles. ...
A physicist in the College of Arts and Sciences has been awarded a major grant from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) to develop theoretical ...
Before getting down to the business of classwork, new students got a taste of some of the great food Syracuse has to offer, as part ...
Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs Dean James Steinberg today announced that he will be stepping down as dean at the end of the ...
The Syracuse SymposiumTM, whose theme this year is “Networks,” gets underway with a presentation by one of the nation’s premier arts leaders. Ruby Lerner, president ... more
University Union has announced that this year’s Juice Jam Music Festival will take place on Sept. 13 at Skytop Field. This year’s line up will ... more
Syracuse University Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy has selected LaVonda Reed to chair the search for a new dean of the College of ... more
The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded Syracuse University $396,098 to fund a full-time campus cyberinfrastructure engineer (CIE) position for two years. The engineer will ... more
One of the world’s leading political philosophy conferences is coming to the College of Arts and Sciences. The third annual Workshop for Oxford Studies in ... more
How soon is too soon for commemorating traumatic events such as terrorist attacks, wars and natural disasters? Kendall Phillips, professor of communication and rhetorical studies ... more
The John Templeton Foundation awarded a $1.49 million grant to Merril Silverstein, the Marjorie Cantor Endowed Professor in Aging, for a three-year study entitled, “Religious ... more
New students were welcomed to campus and participated in a number of events over the weekend. Take a look at some of the activities and ... more
Syracuse University’s Academic Strategic Plan Oversight Committee seeks nominations of students, faculty and staff interested in serving on working groups to help support the implementation ... more
Senior Class Marshal Tatiana Williams ’16 offered four pieces of wisdom to incoming students during the University’s New Student Convocation Thursday evening in the Carrier ... more
Student veterans are adjusting to their new home on the Syracuse University campus, and recently learned of a new tool to help them navigate their ... more
Urban Video Project (UVP) and Light Work will present Urban Cinematheque 2015, the fourth installment of this successful end-of-summer event pairing a free outdoor film ... more
The Division of Student Affairs has named Missy Mathis-Hanlon as the interim director of the Parents Office. Mathis-Hanlon’s appointment follows the previous director Colleen Bench’s ... more
The Bandier Program will present a lecture on Thursday, Sept. 3, by Rob Light ’78, head of the music department, a partner, and managing director ... more
Frank E. Funk (1923-2015), former dean of University College, died on Friday, Aug. 21. He was 92. Funk’s career began at Syracuse University in 1943 ... more
In This Together will provide workshops to help social service professionals, educators, health care practitioners, juvenile justice workers, clergy and mental health counselors learn how ... more
Information Technology Services (ITS) recently published the University’s Technology Guide in the SU Guides App. The Technology Guide brings advice and how-to information right to ... more
The Department of English in the College of Arts and Sciences has announced the Fall 2015 Raymond Carver Reading Series. The series, which brings 12-14 ... more