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Chris Santangelo portrait

(May 2, 2024)

2024 Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching Presented to Physics Professor Christian Santangelo

Award given in memory of noted professor of English William Wasserstrom.

Will Scheibel headshot.

(March 27, 2024)

From SU to the UK: Will Scheibel to Help Open Gene Tierney Film Series

A&S Associate Professor Will Scheibel will speak at the premiere for an international film series on Gene Tierney, the subject of his research.

Mike Goode, Kate Holohan and Abigail Greenfield reviewing books containing ecologically related artworks.

(March 22, 2024)

Other Ways of Seeing: Understanding Ecology and Climate Through Art

A team of Syracuse University faculty, students and staff create learning materials for educators and students, using the SU Art Museum’s vast collection of objects and artworks.

Tolley Humanities building in the foreground and Maxwell School in the background.

(Jan. 29, 2024)

Humanities Center Showcases and Supports Graduate Student Research

Grants and fellowships support work in: archiving Black literature; sharing stories through photographs; linguistic injustice; and borders in contemporary Indigenous and Latinx literatures.

Patrick Holton and Sascha Scott review a selection of works

(Jan. 26, 2024)

Curating Learning

Syracuse University faculty, staff and students curate two educational exhibitions at the SU Art Museum along with a collection of digital exhibitions featuring works from the museum’s collections.

Stack of books.

(Nov. 8, 2023)

Fall Bookshelf

The weather might be turning chilly, but your reading list will heat up with these recent literary works from College of Arts and Sciences faculty and Department of English alumni.

Portrait of Joshua Koskoff.

(Oct. 13, 2023)

High-Profile Lawyer Joshua Koskoff ’88 Featured in New York Times Magazine

Koskoff spoke about his firm’s legal victory against gun maker Remington and other prominent cases he has been involved with.

From left to right, Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah, Iain Haley Pollock and Emily Lee Luan.

(Sept. 27, 2023)

Trio of Literary Honors for Creative Writing Alumni and Faculty

Alum Nana Kwame Adjei-Brenyah is a finalist for a National Book Award and two poets receive New York Foundation for the Arts fellowships.

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