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2011 News and Events Archive

Syracuse University physicist named 2010 Cottrell Scholar
Jan 10, 2011
The prestigious award recognizes outstanding scientist-educators in leading U.S. research universities

NIH grant supports new research on traumatic brain injury
Jan 10, 2011
A three-year study, funded by a $300,000 grant from the National Institutes of Health, will assess how traumatic brain injury affects the central auditory system.

NSF funds supercomputer at SU for gravitational-wave research
Jan 18, 2011
The new supercomputer cluster is one of three, LIGO Scientific Collaborations (LSC) Tier 2 computing centers worldwide dedicated to gravitational-wave astronomy.

Raymond Carver Reading Series announces spring lineup
Jan 19, 2011
Acclaimed series features renowned authors, poets

Black Syracuse & Beyond: The Richard Breland Photograph Collection
Jan 20, 2011
The exhibit will become part of an online database of materials that document the cultural, economic, political, religious, and social histories and experiences of people of African descent in the Central New York region.

Dutch expert on film studies, neuroscience speaks at SU Humanities Center Mini Seminar Feb. 9
Jan 20, 2011
Patricia Pisters explores impact of digital screen culture on brain

Author Peter Beinart discusses Israel and American Jewish Community Feb. 15
Jan 26, 2011
Lecture draws on Beinart's recent essay in New York Review of Books

SU campus to celebrate Chinese Spring Festival Feb. 4
Jan 28, 2011
Banquet, performances mark Chinese new year

Ray Smith Symposium continues music of conflict theme with Refugees and Exile Feb. 17-18
Jan 28, 2011
Ethnomusicologists John Baily and Michael Frishkopf examine music's role among those facing displacement and alienation

Syracuse University chemist part of team that wins the Inaugural Gordon Battelle Prize
Feb 3, 2011
The award recognizes work Mathew Maye did as part of a research team at the Brookhaven National Laboratory.

Center for Health and Behavior announces spring 2011 seminar series
Feb 7, 2011
Series underscores CHB commitment to civic engagement

Community Folk Art Center hosts Amos Kennedy Prints
Feb 9, 2011
Printmaker's works to be displayed at the CFAC Gallery Feb. 16 to April 2. Opening reception is Feb. 19.

SU professor headlines "Perpetual Peace" lecture at Haverford College Feb. 10
Feb 9, 2011
Humanities center director Gregg Lambert lays groundwork for international peace

Former Northwestern dean named Watson Visiting Collaborator at SU
Feb 10, 2011
David Zarefsky to analyze role of public speech, argument, and debate during war and conflict

Science Teaching faculty member wins national award for research
Feb 17, 2011
The award is presented to a dissertation deemed to have the greatest significance in the field of science education from among all dissertations nominated.