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In the News

The New York Times

Oct 9, 2014
spoke with Jason Fridley, associate professor of biology, about the mystery of invasive species.


Sep 24, 2014
was one of dozens of outlets around the globe that featured Britton Plourde's groundbreaking work in quantum information science. Plourde is associate professor of physics.

Science magazine

Sep 5, 2014
featured a cover story on artificial cells by a team of physicists, including Syracuse's Mark Bowick and Cristina Marchetti. The story has been picked up by media outlets all over the world.

"Bridge Street" (News Channel 9)

Sep 4, 2014
interviewed the Humanities Center's Mi Ditmar about the 2014 Syracuse Symposium, whose theme is "Perspective."


Aug 26, 2014
spoke with Rebecca Moore Howard, a national authority on intellectual property and plagiarism, about Turnitin.com, a company that provides anti-plagiarism software.

The Los Angeles Review of Books

Aug 25, 2014
interviewed Minnie Bruce Pratt, professor of writing and rhetoric and of women's and gender studies, about the reissue of her classic book "Crime Against Nature" (A Midsummer Night's Press and Sinister Wisdom, 2013).

Time Warner Cable News

Aug 11, 2014
talked to Samuel Gorovitz, professor of philosophy, about the medical ethics of using experimental drugs to treat Ebola.

Many Interests

Sheila Shahidzadeh, a master’s student in biology, with an interest in cell signaling was one of 12 people invited to travel to Paris, France, to participate in a workshop on surgical techniques.

Syracuse Sweetheart

Christina Tiberio ‘16, a Seattle native is majoring in English and Textual Studies and minoring in Italian. Though she’s a long way from home, she is determined to make the most of her time at Syracuse University. 

Living the Dream

Nedda Sarshar '17, a dual major in English and in Citizenship and Civic Engagement (the latter of which is a new undergraduate major offered by the Maxwell School), says she can’t imagine being anywhere else.

Balancing Act

Jacoby Loury ’15, a psychology major is a senior in the College of Arts and Sciences, who is currently balancing a heavy course load, several research projects, and volunteer work.