Six students represented Syracuse University at this year’s ACC Meeting of the Minds Conference and presented on a variety of research projects—such as community attachment resilience in a deindustrialized city, the effects of using different basketballs in NCAA play and 3D flow visualization in virtual reality.
The Arch is one step closer to becoming a reality thanks to the vision and generosity of Board of Trustees Chairman Steven W. Barnes ’82 and his wife, Deborah.
The family’s gift will support the creation of The Barnes Center at The Arch. As a result, the Archbold/Flanagan Gymnasium will be transformed into a state-of-the-art holistic health, wellness and recreation complex.
At Syracuse University’s 163rd Commencement on Sunday, five honorary degrees will be awarded to: Frank Bisignano, First Data chairman and CEO; Vernon E. Jordan Jr., civil rights activist and a senior managing director of Lazard Frères & Co. LLC; Vincent Poor, the Michael Henry Strater University Professor of Electrical Engineering at Princeton University; Thomas Porter, the founder,... View details ⇨
A lifelong advocate for the arts, an entrepreneur and accomplished students are among the many fascinating speakers to highlight the convocation ceremonies for Syracuse University’s schools and colleges.
Eugene “Gene” Anderson has been appointed dean of the Martin J. Whitman School of Management.
“His vast achievements as an administrator; his ability to attract, recruit and retain high-achieving students and faculty and his innovative approach to assessing the marketplace to create new academic programs that align with economic trends are just a few of the many reasons he is the ideal... View details ⇨
The 2017-2018 Remembrance Scholars have been selected. The scholarships were founded as a tribute to—and means of remembering—the 35 students who were killed in the Dec. 21, 1988, bombing of Pan Am Flight 103 over Lockerbie, Scotland.
Syracuse University College of Engineering and Computer Science bioengineering students Katie Cooper ’17, Brendan Butcher ’17 and Zach Reers ’17 designed the “Otto-Mobile” to help young special needs students with mobility and social interactions. Read more: [ Ow.ly Link ].