Members of the University community increasingly gather at MakerSpace to learn and create using do-it-yourself approaches to creating with technology.
The Newhouse School receives thousands of applications every year from prospective students. One in particular recently stood out. It was the first application to the school’s new online master’s program, Communications@Syracuse—and it came just four hours after the announcement of the program launch.
Forensic analysis is nothing like it appears on TV, says FNSSI scientist Michael Marciano.
The creation of these newly constructed spaces will help the Syracuse University Art Galleries better serve the needs of Syracuse University students and visitors for years to come.
When Freedom by Design took on the task to create a handicap-accessible ramp at the Westminster Presbyterian Church, they decided to expand on the concept. Students are constructing the ramp, along with a shelter, outdoor storage and community spaces.
Intercontinental Exchange is providing $500,000 to support the work of the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF). IVMF recently announced the funding support and ...
On Wednesday, Feb. 25, Interim Provost and Vice Chancellor Liz Liddy will convene a “Day of Conversation” to share key findings and preliminary recommendations that ...
Winter Carnival 2015 brings diverse outdoor and indoor activities to students so they can enjoy the winter weather and celebrate this long-standing Syracuse University tradition. ...
Creativity, ambition and storytelling drive senior Aron Romanoff to constantly push himself to the limit in pursuit of his passion. Born in Manhattan and raised ...
The Humanities Center (HC), housed in the College of Arts and Sciences, continues its 2015 Spring Symposia with a program on religion and sexuality. William ... more
Students interested in learning more about the rapidly changing publishing industry will have the chance to hear from an executive at one of the world’s ... more
It's beginning to sound like a broken record. More cold weather and snow is being forecast for Syracuse and Central New York, which means the ... more
Beginning on Feb. 23, the Maxwell School will welcome 38 Humphrey Fellows from 27 countries and 14 U.S. host campuses for a week-long workshop, "Leadership ... more
The School of Architecture has announced that the Spring 2015 Richard Gluckman Visiting Critics will be Gena Wirth, an associate with SCAPE Landscape Architecture in ... more
Art and design students in the College of Visual and Performing Arts’ (VPA) first-year foundation program are exhibiting their work in “Best of Foundation 2015” ... more
Veteran Women Igniting the Spirit of Entrepreneurship (V-WISE) was recognized today by the Ash Center for Democratic Governance and Innovation at the John F. Kennedy ... more
Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy announced today that Senior Vice President for Human Capital Development Kal Alston is stepping back from some of ... more
The Syracuse University Libraries are seeking volunteer “human books” for the second annual Human Library event on Wednesday, April 1, from 2-5 p.m. in Bird ... more
In December 2014, Syracuse University Libraries’ SURFACE repository surpassed its one-millionth download, just four years after its launch in October 2010. Items downloaded on that ... more
Have a great idea to leave a lasting mark on campus? The University wants to help you make it a reality. For the second straight ... more
The Walmart Foundation today announced a $1 million grant to the Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) to help kick off the Welcome Home ... more
First Data, the global leader in payments technology and services solutions, today announced a new seven-year, $7 million commitment to the Institute for Veterans and ... more
Curator and author Amy de la Haye, the Rootstein Hopkins Chair of Dress History and Curatorship at the London College of Fashion, will present two ... more
Playwright Terrence McNally excels at making wild and witty comedy out of serious and thoughtful matters. In this 1991 off-Broadway triumph, two couples grapple with ... more
Syracuse University is joining peer institutions in this year’s administration of a national survey on faculty job satisfaction in order to assess and, where necessary, ... more
The Syracuse University campus community is invited to a Day of Conversation on the Academic Strategic Plan on Wednesday, Feb. 25, at noon, 3 p.m. ... more
Renewable, bio-based products may offer many benefits ranging from decreased greenhouse gas emissions to improved domestic energy security. However, despite growing interest in replacing fossil resources ... more