Financial Literacy Coordinator Derek Brainard encourages students to plan for their financial future early and wisely.
Syracuse joins 14 other University Partners, including Columbia University, George Washington University and Georgetown University.
Graduate student Isabel Sanchez anchors this week's 'Cuse Cast from the NCC Newsroom at the Newhouse School. She's got details on a big fundraiser coming up this weekend and Holidays at Hendricks this past Sunday.
The 16th season of the University Lectures will continue in the spring semester with Jhumpa Lahiri (“Interpreter of Maladies”), Sonia Nazario (“Enrique’s Journey”) and Brandon Stanton.
We’re looking for great shots of our campus. Whether it’s a gorgeous sunset over campus, a thoughtful class project or just time spent on the Quad, we want to share photos of what makes Syracuse University special.
Chancellor Kent Syverud and Provost Michele Wheatly have approved revisions to Syracuse University’s Faculty Manual regarding titles of full-time, non-tenure-track faculty personnel and the process ...
Syracuse University Chancellor and President Kent Syverud has added an important, new leadership role to his portfolio. He has been elected as a commissioner of ...
As an aspiring journalist, Newhouse School student Elijah Shama has made an early start in his fight for freedom of press. Shama, a sophomore pursuing ...
Karina Campos ’17 was “absolutely shocked” to be named a Be Original Americas Fellow for the summer of 2016. When she found out that she ...
A block of University Avenue is closed this morning after a water main break, but expected to reopen later today. Syracuse City Department of Public ... more
Dear Students, Faculty and Staff: Though we spend quite a bit of time in preparation for our annual summer construction season, we always take advantage ... more
Thousands of local elementary and middle school students are in for quite a field trip Wednesday, Dec. 7, as they take part in a day ... more
Joseph Hughes liked big words—so much so that his brother often consulted a dictionary while talking to him. “Joe was a bright man with a ... more
The School of Education’s Taishoff Center for Inclusive Higher Education welcomed State Sen. David Valesky to campus recently, where he attended an InclusiveU/Peer-2-Peer Pizza Party ... more
A new spring semester course offering at the School of Information Studies (iSchool) will provide students with an overview of the rapid changes happening in ... more
Nearly 1,000 students registered for the 12-hour marathon that benefits the hospital.
Avi Dan, CEO of Avidan Strategies, shared insights from his more than 30 years of leadership experience, including key insights on how to succeed at ... more
The University is well represented at the fifth annual Central New York Book Awards, taking place on Thursday, Dec. 8, at 6 p.m. at the ... more
Since 2012, the Tanner lectures have provided the Maxwell School with the opportunity to bring prominent civic actors to the campus and speak on issues ... more
Dear Colleagues, On Nov. 22, a federal judge in Texas issued a nationwide temporary restraining order prohibiting the implementation of the U.S. Department of Labor’s ... more
Twenty students participating in the Newhouse School’s Financial and Investor Communications Emphasis (FICE) traveled to New York City Nov. 16-18 for a benchmark trip, gaining ... more
Whether he's teaching physics, managing the labs or providing insight for local media, Sam Sampere wears many hats around campus. He's about to add another. ... more
A Newhouse School alumnus who was once named to Forbes Magazine's 30 under 30 list has landed a job in the National Basketball Association (NBA). ... more
During the 2016-17 semester break (from Dec. 19 to Jan. 13) the Irving Garage stair tower that serves the pedestrian bridge will receive concrete and ... more
The alternative spring break program gives SU/ESF students the opportunity to spend five days in Washington, D.C., volunteering with various nonprofit agencies, learning about hunger ... more
Professor Dacheng Ren and his team of researchers are seeking ways to stop the spread of microbes, and they may have found a solution.
Nearly 1,600 faculty and staff responded to a recent wellness survey and provided valuable input into wellness habits and interests. The survey also identified areas ... more