Orange Alert


(June 14, 2024)

Psychology Professor Honored with Mentorship Award

Associate Professor Sara Burke received the 2024 James K. Duah-Agyeman Award for Outstanding Faculty for her mentorship of undergraduate students.

Exterior of a brick building.

(May 9, 2024)

Psychology Makes a Big Move

Take a virtual walk-through of the newly renovated Marley Building, the centralized home for the Department of Psychology’s research, learning and counseling activities.

Bob Mankoff portrait.

(May 2, 2024)

‘How About Never?’ Capturing the Essence of Life in Cartoons

A&S alumnus Bob Mankoff’s liberal arts experience at Syracuse was a launchpad for a successful career in the cartoon industry.

(Dec. 7, 2023)

Huilin “Linda” Sun Receives Grant to Support her Study of Eye Movement and Reading Comprehension

Assistant professor of psychology Huilin “Linda” Sun received a 2023 Early Career Research Award from the Society for the Study of School Psychology for her project, “Reading comprehension behaviors associated with reading difficulties — An Eye Movement Study.”

Sarah Woolf King and Fatima Dobani headshots.

(Dec. 4, 2023)

Professor and Ph.D. Candidate from the Department of Psychology Awarded NIH Grants for Alcohol-Related Research and Treatment

Professor Sarah Woolf-King received an NIH R01 clinical trial grant and Ph.D. candidate Fatima Dobani was awarded an NIH F31 dissertation research grant.

(Nov. 28, 2023)

Syracuse University’s Center for Health Behavior Research and Innovation Unites Investigators Across Disciplines to Improve Health and Well-Being

The new center within the College of Arts and Sciences will advance collaborative health behavior research, training and community engagement.

Maisto portrait

(Oct. 16, 2023)

Psychology Professor Stephen Maisto Named A&S’ New Associate Dean of Research

Maisto, a professor of psychology at Syracuse University since 1994, will collaborate with faculty to expand the research footprint of the College.

Aesoon Park portrait.

(May 1, 2023)

Expanding Summer Research Opportunities Through SU-STAR

Psychology Professor Aesoon Park was awarded a grant from the National Institutes of Health to welcome undergraduate students from underrepresented backgrounds to Syracuse University for summer health research.

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