Orange Alert

News from 2021


(Oct. 12, 2021)

Modeling Cellular Migration

A team of A&S physicists develop one of the first 3D simulations capturing how cells containing the protein vimentin move through body tissue.

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(Oct. 12, 2021)

A&S Communications Team Welcomes New Digital and Social Media Strategist

Michaela Marino comes to A&S with marketing experience in higher education and the pharmaceutical industry.


(Oct. 1, 2021)

A&S Physicist Part of a Five-University Team Programming Biological Cells to Design Futuristic Materials

The group’s NSF-funded project will provide a framework for the design of synthetic materials that accomplish biological functions.

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(Sept. 29, 2021)

Sloths, Monkeys and Owls, Oh My: Bio Major Gains Hands-on Experience with Endangered Animals in Costa Rica

Pre-health advising helps Leonardo Rivera ’22 turn a love for wildlife into a future career in veterinary medicine.

Kameshwar Wali High Resolution

(Sept. 22, 2021)

The Kashi and Kameshwar C. Wali Lecture Presents Wildlife Conservation Scientist Krithi K. Karanth September 27

The annual lecture was renamed this year to honor Kameshwar C. Wali's late wife, Kashi.

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(Sept. 15, 2021)

Taking the Guesswork Out of Nanoparticle Design

Professors Davoud Mozhdehi and Shikha Nangia are using machine learning to guide the design of stable nanoparticles.


(Sept. 14, 2021)

NEH Grant Awarded to AMH’s Romita Ray to Convene Leading Scholars for an International Research Workshop and Symposium

Ray is organizing a workshop and virtual symposium on the historic architecture, collections, and gardens of the iconic Victoria Memorial Hall, Calcutta.

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(Sept. 9, 2021)

The Power of Collectivity

2021-22 Syracuse Symposium explores the theme “Conventions.”

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(Sept. 7, 2021)

La Casita’s New Exhibit Celebrates a Decade of Cultural Engagement in CNY

The opening of “Heart of the Barrio/Corazón del Barrio” kicks off Hispanic Heritage Month 2021 by reflecting on the center’s 10-year journey.

Hall of Languages with Flowers in Foreground

(Sept. 7, 2021)

Leading Thinkers: New Faculty Joining A&S

The College of Arts and Sciences welcomes new professors this fall.

Orange mums in front of Hall of Languages

(Sept. 2, 2021)

A&S Welcomes Back Students and Alumni with Fall Events

Major events included the triannual Coming Back Together Weekend, Class of 2020 Commencement celebration, Family Weekend and Orange Central.

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(Aug. 30, 2021)

New A&S | Maxwell Certification Gives Students an “Edge” After Graduation

The co-curricular certification called "Edge" prepares students for a future of success.


(Aug. 26, 2021)

Biology Professor Recognized Internationally for Work in Science Education

Associate professor Jason Wiles receives awards and honors for his innovative teaching and commitment to diversifying STEM.

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(Aug. 23, 2021)

Transdisciplinary Syracuse University Team Awarded Grant to Address the Digital Divide in Central America

Professors from A&S, the iSchool and Falk work to bring Internet to remote areas in Costa Rica.


(Aug. 11, 2021)

AMH’s Margaret Innes Awarded ACLS Fellowship for Research on Radical Labor Press Photography

Innes will continue work on her new book exploring photography and print media during the labor movement in the 1920s-1930s.

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(Aug. 11, 2021)

Preserving African Language and Culture

LLL Professor Christopher Green receives prestigious National Endowment for the Humanities fellowship.


(Aug. 5, 2021)

Challenging the Museum Narrative

A&S professor Scott Manning Stevens has been awarded a Radcliffe Institute Fellowship for his new book project which confronts the alienation and appropriation of Native American culture in museums, galleries and archives.

2021 Narratio Fellows

(Aug. 5, 2021)

Narratio Fellows Learn the Art of Storytelling Through Poetry and Photography

Narratio Fellowship partners with National Geographic and the Metropolitan Museum of Art to help CNY-area refugees, including SU students, express themselves on the world stage.

Artist rendering of neutron star merger

(Aug. 3, 2021)

Syracuse University Part of Elite Multi-Institutional Physics Research Hub

Duncan Brown, the Charles Brightman Endowed Professor of Physics, is among a group of physicists who received a $3.25M NSF grant to study the properties of neutron stars.

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