Orange Alert


Software developer programming code.

(March 1, 2024)

Machine Learning Gives Visibility to Underrepresented Authors

A&S graduate student Brianna Cardillo develops an algorithm in her computational forensics course to promote books by marginalized authors.

Police scientist notes serial number on sealed firearm in crime lab, conceptual image

(Sept. 21, 2023)

Through Hands-On Experiences, the Forensic Science Institute is Nurturing the Next Generation of Investigators

The Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute offers three unique courses that prepare students to make an immediate impact in the field of firearms analysis.

Researchers from Soos Technology and Syracuse University separate male and female chicks.

(Aug. 22, 2023)

A&S Researchers Explore How Sound Waves Can Address an Ethical Dilemma in Poultry Farming

Professors James Crill and Steve Dorus have partnered with startup company Soos Technology L.T.D. to explore the mechanisms that allow sound wave energy to alter gene expression in fertilized chicken embryos.

Side by side portrait of Kathleen Corrado and Michael Marciano.

(Aug. 1, 2023)

Forensic Science Institute Partners with Leda Health to Explore Feasibility of Early Evidence Sexual Assault Kits

The self-collection kits would allow survivors of sexual assault to collect their own evidence privately in instances when they don’t have access to a local health care provider.

Exterior of Hall of Languages in winter.

(Jan. 18, 2023)

A Warm Winter Welcome to A&S’ Newest Faculty Members

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes eight new professors this semester.

Marciano portrait

(Dec. 7, 2022)

Forensics Professor Quoted in Newsweek and Fox News

Research Associate Professor Michael Marciano offers background on the University of Idaho murder investigation.

Anthony Ruscitto in a cap and gown at graduation.

(Sept. 9, 2022)

Forensic Science and Psychology Alum Honored as Hometown Hero

Anthony Ruscitto ’22 was recognized at the Syracuse Orange football game on September 3.

Amber Vandepoele and Mike Marciano looking at a computer screen with data on it.

(Aug. 9, 2022)

Forensics Professor Explores New Technology That Could be Gamechanger in Sexual Assault Investigations

FNSSI’s Mike Marciano is testing a system called DEPArray that has the potential to improve long-held methods of DNA detection.

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