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Ayşe Sakine-Arlı and Evelyn Polly

(Feb. 23, 2024)

Engaged Courses Initiative Fosters Social Impact Through Community Work

The inaugural cohort of Engaged Courses unites diverse fields, communities and perspectives within the College of Arts and Sciences and beyond.

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(Feb. 20, 2024)

Math Assistant Professor Recipient of NSF CAREER Grant

Yiming Zhao won a five-year National Science Foundation CAREER grant to study isoperimetric and Minkowski problems.

Ben Delmarsh

(Feb. 15, 2024)

Ben Delmarsh ’22 Joins A&S Advancement Team

Delmarsh will serve as the team’s new assistant director of development.

North Cavern at DUNE

(Feb. 14, 2024)

Mining for Neutrino Answers

The excavation of massive caverns in South Dakota paves the way for an international team of researchers, including Syracuse University physicists, to further explore neutrinos’ role in the Universe.

Marvin Goldberg

(Feb. 7, 2024)

Remembering Marvin Goldberg: Professor Emeritus of Physics who Taught at Syracuse University for More Than 30 Years

Goldberg, who passed away in November 2023, helped grow the Department of Physics and advance the field of experimental particle physics.

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(Jan. 30, 2024)

Physics Professor Receives NSF Grant for Work at CERN

Marina Artuso receives a grant for the next step of ongoing work with Large Hadron Collider “b” upgrades at CERN Laboratory in Switzerland.

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(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

(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.

Krushil Watene

(Jan. 18, 2024)

Indigenous Philosophies Can Create Global Change and More Just Futures

Krushil Watene, Māori scholar from Aotearoa New Zealand, is the 2024 Jeannette K. Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor in the Humanities, March 18-29.

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(Jan. 18, 2024)

The 20th Annual Syracuse Symposium Continues this Spring to Explore Humanity’s Interconnected Landscapes

The event series will showcase how the humanities are pivotal to tackling a range of contemporary matters, including environmental and reproductive justice questions.

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.

Artist's representation of a tidal disruption event (a star being torn apart by a black hole). Credit- NASA : CXC : M. Weiss.

(Jan. 11, 2024)

Close Encounters of the Supermassive Black Hole Kind: Tidal Disruption Events and What They Can Reveal about Black Holes and Stars in Distant Galaxies

Astrophysicists from Syracuse University and the University of Leeds collaborate with high school students in Syracuse to confirm the accuracy of an analytical model that can unlock key information about supermassive black holes and the stars they engulf.

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(Jan. 11, 2024)

Medicinal Chemist Robert Doyle Named Jack and Laura H. Milton Endowed Professor

The professorship will enhance Doyle’s work in both the lab and classroom, where he and students are working to develop new drugs to treat diseases and syndromes including diabetes, obesity and cachexia.

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(Jan. 8, 2024)

Philosophy Professor Samuel Gorovitz Featured in Oral History Project about the Founding of American Bioethics

The collection is curated by Johns Hopkins University’s Berman Institute of Bioethics.

Romita Ray Tim Barringer and SU alumnus Ankush Arora

(Jan. 2, 2024)

A&S Art History Professor Co-Convenes International Team of Scholars to Explore the Imperial Histories of India’s Most Visited Museum

Over the past year, AMH Professor Romita Ray and a group of scholars have analyzed the history, architecture, gardens, plants and collections of the Victoria Memorial Hall in India, culminating in a symposium at Yale.

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