In the terraced landscape of Nepal, a team from the Baptist Campus Ministry worked alongside residents disassembling crumbled homes and marking plots of homes that will be rebuilt following last year’s crippling earthquake.
In the new rankings, which are issued twice a decade, Syracuse moved from an “R2” designation in 2010, denoting a “higher research activity,” to an R1 designation, which is the top research class a university can be awarded.
Aarick Knighton '16 anchors this week's edition of the 'Cuse Cast from the Quad, with details on RecycleMania 2016, a major student donation to the Salvation Army and innovation on display at Newhouse.
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 life at our University.
The series, which brings 12-14 prominent writers to campus each year, is presented by the M.F.A. program in creative writing, in conjunction with the “Living Writers” undergraduate course (ETS 107).
The Fit Families Program for Children with Autism, a research-based physical activity program for families with children with autism ages 5 to 10, is currently ...
The SU Climate Assessment Survey of all students, faculty and staff opens Tuesday, Feb. 9, and continues through March 11. The survey is conducted online ...
Three architecture M.S. students in Assistant Professor Fei Wang’s fall 2015 “Low-Carbon City” studio have won second-place—and a $30,000 prize—in the international competition sponsored by ...
The Martin J. Whitman School of Management is the No. 1-ranked private business school for veterans, and has been ranked No. 5 by Military Times ...
SU Abroad will host its annual Study Abroad Day on Thursday, Feb. 11, from 3-6 p.m. in Schine Room 304ABC. All interested SU students are ... more
Sixteen Syracuse University juniors and seniors have earned full scholarships to the prestigious 2016 Dulye Leadership Experience (DLE)—an annual professional development program that prepares college ... more
Eddie Gulino ’16 grew up in Windham, a small, rural ski town in the Catskill region of New York. How small is Windham? About 1,700 ... more
Orange After Dark (OAD) is in full swing with its calendar of fun-filled events spanning the entire spring semester—options include snow tubing, laser tag, open ... more
For Paul Karlitz ’93, a political science degree based in the liberal arts was just what he needed to succeed academically and in many life ... more
Since last July, over 3,600 members of the Syracuse University community have explored lynda.com and its more than 4,000 courses and almost 300,000 video tutorials ... more
The members of the Chancellor’s Workgroup on Diversity and Inclusion are hosting two back-to-back workshops on Wednesday, Feb. 10, ...
For the first time, Syracuse University has been recognized by the American Heart Association with its Gold Achievement award for the University’s efforts to support ... more
Starting on Sunday, Feb. 7, Syracuse University will participate in the eight-week national recycling and waste reduction competition where colleges across the United States and ... more
In anticipation of Valentine’s Day, La Casita Cultural Center in the College of Arts and Sciences is presenting its third annual Música del Corazón (“Music ... more
Cora Cool-Mihalyi, a graduating senior in the School of Education and a Say Yes Scholar, firmly believes in and exemplifies the principle that all children ... more
Dennis Deninger, professor of practice in sport management at Falk College and professor of practice for television, radio and film at the Newhouse School, offers ... more
Syracuse Symposium continues its yearlong theme of “Networks” with a visit by an expert on rhetoric, technology and research. Clay Spinuzzi, an associate professor at ... more
Imagining America: Artists and Scholars in Public Life welcomes internationally renowned prison arts practitioners Curt Tofteland (founder, Shakespeare Behind Bars, USA) and Tom Magill (founder, ... more
The Special Collections Research Center (SCRC) is helping to celebrate Black History Month with a viewing of the current exhibition “Black Utopias,” co-curated by Professor ... more
The Center for Advanced Systems and Engineering (CASE) at Syracuse University announced the winners of its inaugural University-Industry Seed Funding Competition. This unique program provides ... more
SU and 2U Inc. today announced a partnership to launch Engineering@Syracuse, which will include three online degrees: the M.S. in Computer Engineering, the M.S. in ... more
The College of Law’s Entertainment and Sports Law Society is hosting its second Entertainment and Sports Law Symposium on Saturday, Feb. 6 from 10 a.m. ... more