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In the News

  • International Business Times

  • featured a story about a group of professors from The College of Arts and Sciences that has been credited for testing the boundaries of 'new physics' with discovery of four-quark hadron.

  • News Channel 9 (ABC)

  • attended and covered the Department of Biology's Parkinson's disease workshop which sought to raise awareness of the positive impact dance can have on Parkinson's sufferers.

  • The Post Standard

  • featured a story written by The College's Rob Enslin about the role one SU physicist played in the search for elusive dark matter.

  • WRVO Public Media

  • spoke with geologist Jeff Karson about his free Lava Project MOOC, co-taught by Bob Wysocki, a sculptor in the College of Visual and Performing Arts.

  • The Huffington Post

  • ran a piece by Steve Secora '82, G'85, The College's associate dean for admissions, in response to the College Board's decision to revise its popular SAT examination.

  • The Post Standard

  • featured a Q&A with physicist Scott Watson about the recent Big Bang Theory evidence in both the online and print editions.

  • Parents Magazine

  • featured commentary from Associate Professor of Psychology Kevin Antshel about how adults can detect whether they have ADHD. 

  • Entertainment Weekly

  • was one of several national outlets that covered Professor George Saunders' receipt of back-to-back literary awards.

  • The Huffington Post

  • featured a guest blog post written by Dean George M. Langford about why he believes sound mentorship is critical to helping minority students achieve success in their pursuit of STEM disciplines.

The Write Stuff

Author Brooks Haxton G’81 (below) is among the headliner's of this semester's Raymond Carver Reading Series.

Larger than Life

Syracuse University geologists determine early Tibetan Plateau had a larger initial extent than previously documented.

Shipwrecks as fossils

Dean Emerita Cathryn Newton is combining her expertise in archaeology and paleontology with a lifelong fascination with shipwrecks.

Photo of Cathy Newton speaking at SU

Curious George

Professor George Saunders' winning streak continues, with a new book on kindness and back-to-back awards.

Photo of George Saunders