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Biology Professor Katharine “Kate” Lewis is the chapter's faculty adviser.

(Jan. 30, 2019)

Syracuse Establishes Chapter of Neuroscience Honor Society

New York Delta accepting applications for membership from qualifying students, faculty, alumni

"Burning the Bride," a Mithila painting from Susan S. Wadley's personal collection, on display at ArtRage

(March 28, 2019)

Ray Smith Symposium Connects Campus Community Through Indian Storytelling

Public events at ArtRage, Everson include art exhibition, performances, lecture, gallery talks

Theo Cateforis

(April 5, 2019)

Five Questions for Theo Cateforis

The author of 'The Rock History Reader' may have the coolest job on campus

Tomasz Skwarnicki

(March 26, 2019)

Syracuse Physicist Discovers New Class of Pentaquarks

Findings by Professor Tomasz Skwarnicki recast understanding of structural matter

Julia Zeh

(Oct. 9, 2019)

Prestigious Grant Supports Ph.D. Student’s Whale Research

Biology graduate student Julia Zeh receives highly competitive National Defense Science and Engineering Graduate (NDSEG) Fellowship

Yüksel Sezgin

(Jan. 4, 2019)

Professor Awarded NEH Fellowship to Study Democratization of Islamic Laws

Yüksel Sezgin wonders if democracy, Muslim Family Laws can co-exist in non-Muslim-majority countries

Thabiti Lewis

(March 18, 2019)

John L. Johnson Lecture to Explore 'Chicago and the Black Arts Movement,' March 20

Washington State Professor Thabiti Lewis will review black aesthetic of 1960s, '70s

Terrance Hayes (Photo by Becky Thurner Braddock)

(March 12, 2019)

Poet Terrance Hayes to Headline Carver Series March 20

National Book Award winner will read from 'American Sonnets for My Past and Future Assassin'

Tanisha M. Jackson

(Jan. 18, 2019)

CFAC Welcomes New Permanent Director

Tanisha M. Jackson comes to Syracuse from Ohio State's Hale Black Cultural Center

Susan Hill

(March 4, 2019)

Syracuse Symposium 'Stories' Bring CNY History Alive

Upcoming events cast new light on Native American, abolitionist narratives

Osamah Khalil

(April 4, 2019)

Syracuse Symposium to Present Final Chapter of 'Stories'

April events will explore notions of authoritarianism, Indigenous injustice, grief, community archiving

Ann Grodzins Gold

(Feb. 15, 2019)

Syracuse Symposium to Recognize Careers of Professors Wadley, Gold Feb. 26

Duo will be feted at blue-ribbon panel discussion on South Asian ethnography

A graduate-student clinician works with a child in the Stuttering Research Lab.

(June 7, 2019)

Gebbie Clinic to Host 'Fluency Camp' for Kids Who Stutter

June 26-28 camp will benefit children and their families, legal guardians

Associate Dean Alan Middleton (back row) with a few croquet players.

(June 6, 2019)

Staff Appreciation Picnic Serves up Food, Fun

Inaugural event salutes 'backbone of College'

Sigird Nunez (Photo by Marion Ettlinger)

(Feb. 11, 2019)

National Book Award Winner Sigrid Nunez to Headline Carver Series Feb. 13

Bestselling novelist will read from "The Friend," an "acerbic meditation on loss and love"

Scott Freeney '97 working with a student.

(May 2, 2019)

Playing the Long Game

A&S advisor, Syracuse football star Scott Freeney '97 helps students win in the classroom

Sarah Workman

(July 9, 2019)

Arts and Sciences, Office of Research Co-Appoint Humanities Proposal Development Director

Sarah Workman will help elevate faculty research in humanities

Anthony DeCurtis (Photo by Francesca DeCurtis)

(Feb. 11, 2019)

Rock Biographers Anthony DeCurtis, David Yaffe Headline Syracuse Symposium Feb. 19

Bestselling authors discuss books on Lou Reed '64, Joni Mitchell and rock journalism, in general

Rebecca Resig

(Sept. 18, 2019)

Resig Joins A&S Development Team

New director of development has more than a decade of professional experience.

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