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Cherríe Moraga to Serve as Watson Distinguished Visiting Professor Feb. 20-March 3

Moraga, a renowned Chicana writer and feminist, will participate in lectures, performances and dialogues on campus.


Democratizing Knowledge Awarded Campus Dialogue Grant

The DK Project is using a $5,000 matching grant to underwrite the "Creating New Publics" series in 2017-18.


University Mourns Loss of AAS Professor Rennie Simson

Part of the African American studies faculty since 1979, Simson was an innovative scholar, a beloved teacher and a seasoned administrator.


Syracuse Symposium Announces Spring Schedule

The Humanities Center's yearlong series resumes its interdisciplinary study of "Place."


Syracuse Physicist to Discuss Black Holes April 8

Paul Souder, professor of physics, will present a lecture on black holes and dark matter, benefiting the Southern Cayuga Planetarium and Observatory.


Syracuse Chosen as Site of 2018 International Building Physics Conference

The International Building Physics Conference will be held for the first time in the United States at Syracuse, Sept. 23-26, 2018. Offered every three years, the conference brings together scientists, researchers and practitioners in the field of building physics.


We're Just Wild About 'Harry'

Nearly 100 lucky A&S students went behind the scenes of Harry Connick Jr.’s popular, new daytime TV show. (VIDEO)