(May 3, 2022)Madison Tyler Named 2022 Beinecke Scholar
Tyler is the third Beinecke Scholar in Syracuse University’s history.
(March 23, 2022)CFAC Executive Director Tanisha M. Jackson Talks Leadership with Syracuse.com
In the interview, Jackson discussed CFAC’s mission along with her perspectives on effective leadership.
(March 4, 2022)NYS Governor Appoints A&S Professor Kishi Ducre to 400 Years of African American History Commission
The 15-member committee will help to educate the public about the history of racism and contributions of African Americans since 1619.
(Jan. 28, 2022)A Space to Celebrate the Global African Experience
The Africa Initiative brings together students and faculty at Syracuse University with a shared interest in scholarship on Africa and Global Africans.
(Sept. 14, 2021)Ethnic Nationalism, Class Struggles, and Imperialism in Ethiopia
The Africa Initiative welcomes you to our Fall Reception. Our first Fall 2021 event will be focused on the current political and humanitarian situation in Ethiopia.
(Aug. 23, 2021)Transdisciplinary Syracuse University Team Awarded Grant to Address the Digital Divide in Central America
Professors from A&S, the iSchool and Falk work to bring Internet to remote areas in Costa Rica.
(May 7, 2021)The Poet Speaks Workshop
On Saturday, May 15th, from 11 am to 12 pm EST, Amanda Eke, professional poet, artist, Fulbright, and UN Award winner and author, will share The Poet Speaks Workshop over Zoom.
(March 12, 2021)Grammy-Award Winning Musician Terri Lyne Carrington Headlines Annual Martin Luther King, Jr. Memorial Public Affairs Lecture
Carrington will discuss her distinguished musical career and social justice work.