Microbes, specifically disease-causing bacteria, can cause all sorts of havoc when they take hold on surfaces. Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science researchers are seeking ways to stop the spread of microbes, and they may have found a solution.
Today we’re turning Giving Tuesday into #GivingCUSEday, a day to support Syracuse University. Give to the part of Syracuse you love most, and ensure incredible opportunities for students now—and in the future. [ Ow.ly Link ]
Tomorrow, we’re turning Giving Tuesday into #GivingCUSEday! Join in, and support what you love most about Syracuse. Show the power of our great Orange community by helping to change students’ lives for the better. [ Ow.ly Link ]
'Cuse Cast: Students enjoyed the 32nd International Thanksgiving Dinner, Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science students are making difficult concepts more easily understood, and two Orange After Dark events this week.
Hobbyist drone sales are anticipated to reach 1.9 million units this year, according to the FAA. Recent work by Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science students & faculty points to a potential security vulnerability in these nearly 2 million machines: vulnerability to radio frequencies.
Read Chancellor Syverud’s message to the community on Syracuse values and inclusive community.
“Syracuse University is built upon a deep sense of an inclusive community. This is a commitment to open and respectful dialogue, dedication to academic freedom and the search for truth, and a promise to include all voices, to listen to all viewpoints, and to embrace all members irrespective of race,... View details ⇨
November 9, 2016 Veterans Just Got More Assistance for Transitioning into Civilian Life AmericaServes reintegration program awarded $5 million Walmart Foundation grant. SYRACUSE, N.Y., Nov. 9, 2016 – The Institute for Veterans and Military Families (IVMF) at Syracuse University has been awarded a $5...
Acclaimed landscape architect James Corner, named one of the “10 Most Influential Designers” by TIME, will speak for the University Lectures on Thursday.
Among his notable design projects are Manhattan’s highly acclaimed High Line; London’s South Park Plaza at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park; Santa Monica’s Tongva Park; Chicago’s Navy Pier; Cleveland’s Public Square; Philadelphia’s Race Street... View details ⇨