“Mad Men” played out its final episode on AMC and what a wild run it’s had. This infographic from Communications@Syracuse looks at the corporate structure at Sterling Cooper, tracking the professional ups and downs of key characters across the seasons.
The small tropical village of El Ciprés in Honduras faces a problem every time the rainy season hits. Its stream-fed water supply becomes especially turbid—inundated with suspended soil particles and microbes. It takes on a murky appearance and becomes unhealthy to drink.
Distinguished Professor Sheldon Stone says the discovery came about when two LHC experiments recently combined their results and found overwhelming evidence of an extremely rare decay of a particle known as the Bs meson, which contains a bottom, or “b,” quark and an anti-strange quark.
If you're lucky, you fell in love here. And if you're really lucky, you had your heart broken. Because that made you a deeper person and maybe forced you to find friends to lean on. Syracuse is now your alma mater, your soul's mother, and mine.
Starting with a historical summary of seafloor exploration, "Discovering the Deep" describes the geologic components of the Earth's oceanic crust and the processes that have created it.
Life is stressful, but war takes that stress to an altogether different level. Psychology professor Steve Maisto of the College of Arts and Sciences wants ...
This summer, a transition in leadership will begin at Syracuse Stage as Timothy Bond, producing artistic director, and Jeffrey Woodward, managing director, have announced plans ...
An eighth event has been added to the lineup for the 2015-16 University Lectures series hosted by Syracuse University. Don Garber, commissioner of Major League ...
The tradition of producing the top sports broadcasters on radio and TV continues at Syracuse University and its public radio station, WAER. Five Syracuse students ...
The School of Education’s masters program in clinical mental health counseling has been ranked as the #6 program of its type by a national survey ... more
The Department of Philosophy in the College of Arts and Sciences has recently produced a bumper crop of published scholars. The following nine Ph.D. students ... more
The Office of Multicultural Affairs, within Student Affairs, is looking for faculty and staff mentors for the fullCIRCLE Mentoring Program to serve during the 2015-16 ... more
The Department of Public Safety honored 15 of its employees, along with one member of the Students for Community Safety Program and six Syracuse University ... more
The Collegiate Licensing Co. (CLC), the licensing affiliate of IMG College, today announced a multi-year extension of its partnership with Syracuse University to continue managing ... more
Jesse Nissim is having a breakout moment. In an industry that thrives on splashy debuts, the poet, who also is a Humanities Faculty Fellow in ... more
Undergraduate students in the Department of History in the Maxwell School have published the latest issue of Chronos: The History Undergraduate Journal (Vol. 9, Spring ... more
MBA@Syracuse, the online MBA program at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management, has earned a #18 ranking on the Princeton Review's new list naming ... more
Syracuse University debuted The 144 during the Board of Trustees meeting on May 9. The 144 highlights significant events, achievements and accomplishments of members of ... more
Supermodel Emme ’85 has selected an evening gown designed by fashion design major Nicole Wezowicz ’16 as the winner of the inaugural Fashion Without Limits ... more
It's a bittersweet day for members of the Class of 2015, who took part in Commencement 2015. What are their thoughts as the prepare for ... more
Chancellor and President Kent Syverud hosted the annual Chancellor’s Review and Awards Ceremony April 3, recognizing exemplary achievements of cadets in the Army and Air ... more
The Jack Reilly Institute for Early Childhood and Provider Education at Syracuse University and its Department of Child and Family Studies, along with Child Care ... more
All the pomp, circumstance and joy of Commencement 2015 can be seen in this sampling of the photos of the day.
Syracuse University was on display at the 10th annual Atlantic Coast Conference (ACC) Meeting of the Minds (MOM) Conference, recently held at North Carolina State ... more
For most people, breaking three knuckles would inspire nothing more than a pained shriek and a trip to the emergency room. For Chelsea Stephens ’15, ... more
Jacqueline Gerson, a graduate student in environmental engineering science in the College of Engineering and Computer Science, has earned a highly competitive graduate fellowship from ... more
This spring, the College of Engineering and Computer Science held a ribbon-cutting and dedication ceremony to officially open a state-of-the-art classroom for collaboration. The space ... more