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2010 News and Events Archive

Memmer to deliver Raymond Carver lecture Nov. 3
Oct 30, 2010
Poet is founder, director of YMCA Downtown Writer's Center in Syracuse

Pan Am 103 lead investigator will speak Nov. 11 as part of Syracuse Symposium
Nov 8, 2010
Richard A. Marquise led the investigation from its inception

Syracuse University psychologist wins NSF CAREER award to study memory
Nov 17, 2010
CAREER Award most sought after in natural sciences

Syracuse University Brass Ensemble presents holiday concerts
Nov 22, 2010
Award-winning group performs throughout Central New York

Syracuse University senior receives prestigious international Marshall Scholarship
Nov 24, 2010
John Giammatteo is SU's first Marshall Scholar

2011 Dulye Leadership Experience prepares students to get that dream job
Nov 24, 2010
Annual program open to all juniors and seniors

Holidays at Hendricks heralds season with annual concert Dec. 5
Nov 24, 2010
Concert to be broadcast on WCNY TV, radio

Syracuse Symposium to offer spring seminar courses on Conflict: Peace and War
Nov 24, 2010
Courses designed to continue "conflict" theme throughout academic year

SU poet Christopher Kennedy wins NEA fellowship
Dec 2, 2010
Professor uses grant to write about mother's struggle with Alzheimer's

SU, Congolese community, Syracuse Stage present new documentary theater piece
Dec 2, 2010
"Cry for Peace" part of 2010 Syracuse Symposium

SU basketball game a first for local refugees, thanks to First Year Forum students
Dec 3, 2010
First-year program facilitates students' transition to college life

Arts and Sciences announces First Year Seminars to fulfill first-year writing requirement
Dec 3, 2010
Courses teach academic writing within thematic framework

Biophysicist receives 2010 CAREER Award for work on cell membranes
Dec 11, 2010
The award will enhance research in the organization, structure, and function of cell membranes in living organisms.

New book by SU English professor argues need for publicly engaged scholarship
Dec 14, 2010
"Word on the Street" addresses gap between study of literature in academy, interests of common reader