Orange Alert


2023 Fulbright Award Winners Graphic

(April 26, 2023)

Seven Arts and Sciences Students and Alumni Receive Fulbright Awards

The prestigious assistantships support their teaching efforts in different parts of the world.

Kerrie Marshall

(April 25, 2023)

A&S Communications Team Welcomes Second Communications Specialist

Kerrie Marshall brings over 15 years of writing, marketing and public relations experience to A&S.

Margaret Atwood and Mona Awad

(April 24, 2023)

Famed Author Margaret Atwood Calls Creative Writing Professor Mona Awad Her ‘Literary Heir Apparent’

The authors were interviewed for a feature titled 'This Woman's Work' in The New York Times Style Magazine.

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(April 14, 2023)

College of Arts and Sciences’ Lois Agnew Appointed Associate Provost for Academic Programs

Agnew will support efforts to develop a curriculum that effectively meets the changing needs of students in today’s higher education landscape.


(March 7, 2023)

Behzad Mortazavi Named Dean of the College of Arts and Sciences

Mortazavi, who will officially be installed as dean of the College July 1, comes to A&S from the University of Alabama’s College of Arts and Sciences.

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(April 14, 2023)

Is Kindness Still Relevant?

10 years after his Convocation speech went viral, acclaimed author George Saunders G’88 revisits its message.

WFS 2023 Group Photo at Fisher Brothers

(April 6, 2023)

Students Learn Career Possibilities Through Winston Fisher Seminar

The annual immersion trip helps A&S | Maxwell students gain a competitive edge in their careers.


(April 5, 2023)

“Moving Forward”: 10-Minute Performances on the Quad April 13

Expanded Performing Identities Across Cultures a CNY Humanities Corridor Signature Event

Dalit history month

(April 5, 2023)

Raising Awareness to End Caste Discrimination

April marks Syracuse University’s second Dalit History Month campus observance with a lecture and graduate student workshop bringing visibility to caste-based oppression.

2023 Books in the Humanities Attendees

(May 11, 2023)

Syracuse University Authors Celebrated at the Annual Books in the Humanities Showcase

The in-person reception featured nearly 50 books by SU authors spotlighting a range of cutting-edge research across campus.

Debra Adama Simmons

(March 29, 2023)

Debra Adams Simmons ’86 Named A&S | Maxwell Convocation Speaker

National Geographic executive will reflect on her journey from CNY reporter to industry leader.

Robert Doyle in lab

(March 29, 2023)

A&S Chemistry Professor Presents New Research on Anti-Obesity Drug

Professor Robert Doyle shared findings at the ACS spring meeting about a potential new drug which offers steady weight loss without common, unwanted side-effects.

Write Out Students at Francis Event

(March 28, 2023)

Uniting the Community in the Pursuit of Environmental Justice

The Environmental Storytelling Series of CNY brings together faculty, students and local community partners to address the climate crisis through creative outlets.


(March 23, 2023)

‘My Poetry is a Record of What Happened’

Mosab Abu Toha finds mentors, refines his craft in A&S’ Creative Writing Program.

DNA Strand

(March 20, 2023)

‘Fishing’ for Biomarkers

A team of researchers, including Syracuse University physics professor Liviu Movileanu and postdoctoral researcher Mohammad Ahmad, have developed a broadly applicable nano-sensor capable of single-molecule precision.

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(March 17, 2023)

Rewriting Kenyan History

A&S grad student Joy Nyokabi Karinge advocates for access to unsanitized history of Kenya and beyond.

Courtney Conte Andreas Froning with Stolperstein

(March 15, 2023)

A&S Student Honors Holocaust Survivor through Research Project

Courtney Conte ’23 helped prepare a “stumbling stone” to remember Bob Hyman’s life.

Brennen Ferguson and fellow Haudenosaunee External Relations Committee members

(March 10, 2023)

Sacred Indigenous Objects Find Their Way Home

In “an international act of diplomacy,” Syracuse University alumnus Brennen Ferguson ’19 helps repatriate ceremonial Native American items from a museum in Geneva, Switzerland.


(March 8, 2023)

Film Rights to Mona Awad’s Novel Bunny Purchased by Bad Robot Productions

The 2019 bestselling novel has become a viral phenomenon on TikTok, with book-related posts garnering over 4.1 billion views.

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