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Precession of an accretion disk

(May 22, 2024)

Scientists Spin Up a New Way to Unlock Black Hole Mysteries

Syracuse University astrophysicist co-authors a study in Nature that details how observations of a wobbling disk following a tidal disruption event can be used to estimate black hole spin.

Linguistics at Work Team at Cultures on the Quad 2024

(May 20, 2024)

A&S Linguistics Students Bring Scholarship into the Community

In Professor Amanda Brown’s Linguistics at Work class, students produced demos to teach people of all ages in Central New York about linguistics and language acquisition, processing and use.

Julie Albertson and John Nehme Graphic

(May 17, 2024)

A&S Advancement Welcomes Two Directors of Development

Julie Albertson and John Nehme ’08, G ’10, G’12 bring more than 40 years of combined fundraising experience to the College of Arts and Sciences.

Grace Laceby and Tessa O’Leary at Special Olympics event

(May 13, 2024)

Champions of Hearing Health

CSD students and faculty team up with Special Olympics New York to provide athletes with hearing screenings.

Marley Education Center Exterior

(May 9, 2024)

Psychology Makes a Big Move

Take a virtual walk-through of the newly renovated Marley Building, the centralized home for the Department of Psychology’s research, learning and counseling activities.

Brice Nordquist at Engaged Humanities Network Showcase 2024

(May 9, 2024)

Engaged Humanities Network Holds Showcase Highlighting Collaborative Community Work

The inaugural event at the Salt City Market included presentations and demonstrations by students, faculty and community members from over 20 different departments and organizations across Syracuse University and Central New York.

Bob Mankoff

(May 2, 2024)

‘How About Never?’ Capturing the Essence of Life in Cartoons

A&S alumnus Bob Mankoff’s liberal arts experience at Syracuse was a launchpad for a successful career in the cartoon industry.

Claudia_Kinkela

(May 3, 2024)

From Proposal to Publication: CNY Humanities Corridor Nurtures Faculty Scholarship

2023-24’s supportive initiatives included first-ever campus visit from NEH official Claudia Kinkela, Minnowbrook writing retreat, panel discussion on open-access publishing and workshop to jumpstart summer writing.

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(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.

Packrats in a midden

(April 30, 2024)

A&S Biologist Calls for Protection and More Studies of Natural Time Capsules of Climate Change

Ancient rodent nests—or middens—offer critical ecological and evolutionary archives of the last 50,000 years. Katie Becklin helps lead an effort for midden preservation and study.

James Rolling Jr.

(May 1, 2024)

A&S Names Interim Chair of the Department of African American Studies

Professor James Haywood Rolling Jr., a faculty member of SOE, will serve a two-year term as interim chair of AAS.

Dean Karin Ruhlandt at a lectern

(May 1, 2024)

A&S Celebrates Exceptional Career of Dean Emerita Karin Ruhlandt

Ruhlandt, Distinguished Professor of Chemistry, is renowned for her work with highly reactive metals.

Books 2023

(April 25, 2024)

Celebrating Syracuse University Authors and Editors: 9th Annual Books in the Humanities

The Humanities Center showcase features humanities-related books written or edited by SU faculty, staff and students.

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(April 18, 2024)

A&S Physicist Marina Artuso Named Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science

Artuso joins a prestigious list of Syracuse University researchers for advancing the field of science through her outstanding leadership as an experimental physicist.

Students in front of Cybeles Palace

(April 9, 2024)

Unlocking Global Opportunities

A&S | Maxwell offer tailored study abroad programs for science and pre-health majors.

Students looking at sun with glasses

(April 15, 2024)

2024 Eclipse Views on Campus

Experience the eclipse excitement again with a video and gallery of images from the campus celebration on April 8.

Ben Samadi Headshot

(April 15, 2024)

A&S Names Inaugural Director of Research Administration

Behrang (Ben) Samadi will work with faculty across the College of Arts and Sciences to develop grant proposals and manage awards.

Unbridled by William Robert

(April 11, 2024)

William Robert Wins American Academy of Religion Book Award

Robert’s innovative approach to teaching religion comes through in his book Unbridled: Studying Religion in Performance.

Karma Sawyer

(April 11, 2024)

Syracuse Alumna Recognized as Emerging Leader in Sustainable Energy

Karma Sawyer selected to join prestigious New Voices cohort at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.

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