Orange Alert

News from 2021

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(July 15, 2021)

A&S Forensic Scientists Design the First Machine Learning Approach to Forensic DNA Analysis

A patent was recently issued to Syracuse University for an invention by Michael Marciano and Jonathan Adelman.

Linda Ivany and Bruce Wilkinson

(July 8, 2021)

Have You Ever Wondered How Many Species Have Inhabited the Earth? A&S Researchers Confirm We May Never Know

Earth and environmental sciences professors explain why naming new species may be a never-ending journey.

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(July 1, 2021)

La Casita Part of New Baseball Exhibition at National Museum of American History

All are welcome to join the July 9 virtual opening.

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(June 24, 2021)

When it Comes to the Environmental Impact of Hydrofracking vs. Conventional Gas/Oil Drilling, Research Shows the Differences May Be Minimal

A study led by EES professor Tao Wen is one of the first to use machine learning techniques to holistically assess general water quality data.


(June 24, 2021)

Reflections: How the Psychological Services Center Pivoted in the Pandemic

Psychology clinic director Afton Kapuscinski explains how the center maintained services during COVID.

Landscapes at SU Homepage

(June 17, 2021)

Cultivating Meaning: Syracuse University Scholars Explore Landscapes Through Unique Research Lenses

The Landscape Studies Interdisciplinary Faculty Research Seminar launches a new website thanks to a CUSE grant.

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(June 17, 2021)

Sascha Scott Receives Smithsonian American Art Museum Award for her Essay on Decolonizing U.S. Art History

The award committee noted that Scott’s essay marks a pivotal moment in the field.

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(June 17, 2021)

Syracuse University’s First NIH S10 Grant Funds the Purchase of State-of-the-Art Microscope

The Blatt BioImaging Center’s Zeiss LSM980 allows researchers to image their most challenging samples.

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(June 9, 2021)

Arts and Sciences Announces 2021 Emeritus Faculty

A&S celebrates these faculty members for their dedication to teaching, mentoring and the advancement of scholarship in their fields.

Humpback Whale Feeding off New York

(May 28, 2021)

Biology Ph.D. Student Reports Evidence of Humpback Whale Song Near New York City

Zeh's research has been featured in The New York Times, New York Daily News and The Times (London).

Child in the Syracuse University Stuttering Research Lab

(May 27, 2021)

NIH Grant Funds Innovative Study on Childhood Stuttering

CSD professor Victoria Tumanova investigates how emotional processes may affect childhood stuttering.

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(May 20, 2021)

Novel CBD Research Earns Psychology Ph.D. Candidate Prestigious Dissertation Award

The research excellence award is in recognition of his study on the pain-relieving effects of cannabidiol (CBD).

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(May 20, 2021)

German Language Class Connects U.S. Citizens with their Jewish Family History

SU students help a relative of Holocaust victims learn about his family’s past.


(May 14, 2021)

Ben Bradley Receives Wasserstrom Prize for Graduate Teaching

The prize memorializes William Wasserstrom, a noted professor of English at Syracuse University.

Nicolas Pérez-Consuegra and Gregory Hoke

(May 14, 2021)

The Driving Force Behind Tropical Mudslides

EES Ph.D. candidate leads a research expedition in search of answers to erosion in his home country of Colombia.

The historic Tolley Humanities Building, home to the Syracuse University Humanities Center

(May 11, 2021)

A&S Congratulates Syracuse University Humanities Center’s Student and Faculty Fellows

The 2020-21 cohort of fellows explored a diverse scope of humanities research.

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(May 11, 2021)

Forgotten in Plain Sight: Bringing Renewed Attention to a Famous New York City Waterway

Professor of English Dana Spiotta and her colleagues receive a Creative Capital Award for their new floating opera, Newtown Odyssey.

Huntington Beard Crouse Mural

(May 6, 2021)

New Writing Courses Concentrate on Issues That Matter to Students

The Department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric and Composition premieres a new set of courses around the topics of climate change, social justice, satire and more.

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(May 6, 2021)

Intertext Launches Spring 2021 Issue

The 2021 issue features the work of undergraduate students from the Department of Writing Studies, Rhetoric, and Composition.

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