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SUNY Professor to Examine 'Hypnosis: Science and Nonsense' April 21

The Psychology Department Colloquium will present Steven Jay Lynn, Distinguished Professor of Psychology and director of The Psychological Clinic at Binghamton University, on Friday, April 21, from 2-3 p.m. in room 102 of the Whitman School of Management Building. He will discuss myths and misconceptions surrounding hypnosis.

Syracuse Symposium to Unveil 'YOU ARE HERE' April 20

A new exhibition by the Humanities Center and the Special Collections Research Center seeks to redefine the notion of "Place."

Alumnus Named to Baking Hall of Fame

The American Society of Baking has inducted Marvin Lender ’63 into the Baking Hall of Fame. As co-owner of Lender’s Bagel Bakery, he helped revolutionize the marketing, distribution and sales of bagels throughout North America.

New Connections Equal New Opportunities

Lilly Teevens ’17, a senior majoring in economics, has a job waiting for her at EY (formerly Ernst & Young), thanks to an A&S immersion experience.

Biology Department to Launch Red-Tailed Hawk Nest Cam

Syracuse native Anne Marie Patti Higgins ’76, G’90 donates funds for the University's first live online nest cam, in memory of her husband, Thomas L'67.

Our Mathematical Universe

The Department of Mathematics is a crucible of interdisciplinary research.

Syracuse Mourns Loss of Anthropologist William ‘Bill’ Mangin ’48

The former co-director of the Peace Corps training program at Cornell and director of Peace Corps training for Syracuse University died in January at the age of 93.