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Hall of Languages in Winter

(Jan. 17, 2024)

New Faces, Rising Stars Join A&S in Spring 2024

Meet the new professors teaching in the College of Arts and Sciences this spring.

Linda Ivany (center) at the AWG award ceremony with former members of her lab including (from left) Marie Jimenez G’18, Lindsay Moon ’19, Emily Judd G’20 and Christy Visaggi G’04.

(Nov. 20, 2023)

Bedrock of Success: Female Earth and Environmental Sciences Scholars Carry on a Legacy of Mentorship

EES Professor Linda Ivany ’88 and her former graduate student Christy Visaggi G’04 were recently recognized by the Association for Women Geoscientists for their excellence in research and teaching.

Artist rendering of neutron star merger

(Oct. 10, 2023)

Five NSF Grants Fund Syracuse University Researchers’ Work with Cosmic Explorer

Researchers from the University’s new Center for Gravitational Wave Astronomy and Astrophysics are at the intellectual center of the next-generation observatory.

Floodwaters in the town of Bushmans River in the Eastern Cape of South Africa

(Oct. 3, 2023)

SU Paleoclimatologists Use Ancient Sediment to Explore Future Climate in Africa

In a study published in Geophysical Research Letters, researchers used chemicals from preserved plant matter to pinpoint the processes responsible for changes in past rainfall and drought in southwestern Africa, with implications for the future.

Orphaned oil well pump in farm field.

(June 27, 2023)

A New Way Forward for Orphaned Oil and Gas Wells

EES Professor Tao Wen collaborates on a project evaluating the environmental risks and opportunities for managing millions of abandoned oil and gas wells.

Mills River in Pisgah National Forest North Carolina.

(June 12, 2023)

A Machine Learning Approach to Freshwater Analysis

Researchers at Syracuse University and Texas A&M use computer modeling to find out the sources of salinization and alkalinization in U.S. watersheds.

Melissa Chipman holding a freshly extracted sediment core from an Alaskan Lake.

(May 19, 2023)

Testing Boreal Forests’ Blood Pressure

A&S professor Melissa Chipman was awarded National Science Foundation grant funding to study the ancient geochemistry of Arctic forests to understand interactions between boreal fire and climate change.

Lu presenting the seafood dish to Mike and Susan Thonis.

(May 11, 2023)

What's Cooking? Culinary Creations with a Scientific Twist

Earth and Environmental Sciences Professor Zunli Lu combines his passion for research and cooking. The results are tasty, science-inspired dishes.

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