Kanisha L. Ffriend ’16 tells the story of a young girl of color who is hard of hearing in “I,Too, Am a Dancer!” The girl is the main character—a different approach than from what Ffriend had seen in other books about people with disabilities.
They will use the three-year award to build an inner tracking device, known as the Upstream Tracker, which will increase the amount of data that LHCb can handle by factors of five to 10.
Physicists in the College of Arts and Sciences have confirmed the existence of two rare pentaquark states. Their discovery is said to have major implications for the study of the structure of matter.
Syracuse University Interim Vice Chancellor and Provost Liz Liddy today announced the completion of the development phase of the University’s Academic Strategic Plan, a document ...
Courses in Communications@Syracuse, the new online master’s degree program offered by the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications, began Tuesday, July 21, with an inaugural ...
The Department of Recreation Services and the Syracuse University Wellness Initiative have partnered to host the SU Staff & Faculty Challenge Day on Saturday, Aug. ...
Humans depend upon high levels of ecosystem biodiversity. But due to climate change and changes in land use, biodiversity loss is greater now than at ...
Thirty-four Fulbright scholars from around the world have arrived at the University for an immersive four-week English language program. The program, hosted by the English ... more
“Start-Up New York is about the marriage of the community with the businesses and the university. It’s about really finding the right fit in all ... more
Career Services is launching the application for the third cohort of Student Ambassadors for the 2015-2016 academic year. Students can apply through this OrangeLink survey ... more
The Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs has named Ronald P. O’Hanley chairman of its advisory board. O’Hanley is chief executive officer of State ... more
Information Technology Services (ITS) has announced that registrations are being accepted for a hands-on workshop called “Fundamentals of Creating Accessible Web Pages.” This workshop is ... more
Microfluidic bubble bioreactor for cell capture is not a description one would expect to hear for a project being researched in a law school, but ... more
The Department of Philosophy in the College of Arts and Sciences is marking the 10th anniversary of its acclaimed SPAWN summer workshop series by revisiting ... more
Chancellor Kent Syverud today appointed Candace Campbell Jackson to the position of vice president and chief of staff. A highly experienced and accomplished administrator, Jackson ... more
The University offered two Financial Education and Retirement Planning Seminars for members of the campus community on July 9 and 13 in the Goldstein Auditorium. ... more
A team of students from the University won second place in the Tibetan Innovation Challenge this weekend, and received their award from the Dalai Lama ... more
For two weeks every spring, Newhouse Assistant Professor Simon Perez heads back to the newsroom. And while the veteran, bilingual newsman could probably join or ... more
Distinguished Professor of Information Science Kevin Crowston has enjoyed a rare opportunity in the academic researcher’s world. He’s lived life on the other side of a ... more
Nearly a quarter of all civil and criminal cases closed in the nation's federal district courts last year were handled by senior judges who had ... more
Syracuse University Libraries has announced the re-appointment of Susan Hildreth to its advisory board. Hildreth was appointed by President Obama and confirmed by the U.S. ... more
A rising senior in the College of Arts and Sciences is flying high upon learning of her latest academic achievement. Samantha Usman ’16, a double ... more
The recent volatility of China’s stock market has made for a rough ride for Chinese investors and worried exchanges worldwide. Maxwell School Economics Professor Mary ... more
Enlisted veterans and transitioning service members planning to enroll in or transfer into a four-year undergraduate program will attend Warrior-Scholar Project program at SU, July ... more
A website featuring the work of a School of Information Studies (iSchool) research professor and a graduate student that strives to use artwork to help ... more