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Biologist Studies Climate Change in Great Smoky Mountains National Park

Jason Fridley, associate professor of biology, is measuring the impact of climate change on forest vegetation and ecosystems in the country’s most popular national park.


Acclaimed Jazz, R&B Singer Tracy Hamlin to Visit Syracuse Feb. 25-26

The Baltimore native will headline a panel discussion and vocal master class, as part of Syracuse Symposium's yearlong look at "Belonging."


Cold War Harmony

Sydney Hutchinson, associate professor of music history and cultures, will travel to Berlin on a Humboldt fellowship to study how music affected Cuba and Germany during the Cold War.


Dean's Team Accepting Applications for Membership

Returning undergraduates in A&S and the Maxwell School are invited to apply for membership in the Dean's Team, which assists A&S Dean Karin Ruhlandt with various admissions activities throughout the year.


Chemist Designs Diabetic Treatment Minus Harmful Side Effects

Robert Doyle, a Meredith Professor in the chemistry department, has invented a compound that triggers the secretion of insulin in the pancreas, without causing nausea, vomiting or malaise.


A Dual Purpose

Kalyn Des Jardins ’18, who is majoring in anthropology in A&S and Maxwell and advertising in Newhouse, says a dual degree program enhances her worldview and critical thinking ability.


Scientist Awarded Grant to Study Germline Development

Eleanor Maine, professor of biology, is using a National Institutes of Health grant award to understand how organisms regulate germ cell proliferation and gamete formation.