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Wrapped Up In Research


Bioengineering major Alexis Peña '16 is passionate about creating sustainable medicine to save lives. Read more.

Fast Forward

Ensuring a strong, smart, and sustainable future for Syracuse University. Read more.

Veterans Invited to Series at Humanities Center


In a unique collaboration, the New York Council for the Humanities has joined forces with Central New York Humanities Corridor to offer Serving: Standing Down, a veterans’ reading and discussion series that will run this fall at the Syracuse University Humanities Center.

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Committed to Inclusion and Accessibility


Syracuse University values diversity, is committed to inclusion and seeks to provide access for all people, including those with disabilities. Visit Accessible SU for the latest information on disability and accessibility at SU.

New Home for Syracuse University's Budding Lawyers

Dineen Hall encompasses the best practices and spaces for learning and faculty-student engagement to meet the rigorous demands of a modern law degree.

African American, Latino Alumni to Gather for Reunion

Coming Back Together 2014, Syracuse University’s African American and Latino alumni reunion, will take place on campus Sept. 18-21. Read more.

Newhouse Professor Leads Team Developing Website to Track Ebola in Liberia

Ken Harper is working as the U.S. director of a project aimed at better tracking and mapping cases of Ebola in Liberia. Read more.

Biochemistry Major Shares ESL Experience with New Immigrants

Totadri Dhimal ’15 emigrated from Nepal, and is now helping youngsters learn the English language. Read more.

Human Rights Film Festival Illuminates Social Justice Stories

The festival brings critically acclaimed films addressing social justice issues from around the globe to Syracuse. Read more.

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Psychologist to Study Smoking, Painkiller Misuse Among Older Adults with HIV, Chronic Pain

Joseph Ditre, assistant professor of psychology in the College of Arts and Sciences, is readying a significant study that may help older adults with human immunodeficiency virus and chronic pain quit tobacco smoking and reduce their misuse of prescription painkillers. Ditre is the recipient of a $412,000 research grant from the National Institute on Drug Abuse, part of the National Institutes of Health.  

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Chancellor Kent Syverud


Syracuse University's 12th Chancellor, Kent Syverud, shares his thoughts with the SU community in his "Bleeding Orange" blog. 

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