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2011 News and Events Archive

2011 Digital Witness Symposium
Aug 26, 2011
The symposium explores the power of the archive for human rights media

Andrew Mellon Foundation commits $1 million for Phase II of CNY Humanities Corridor
Aug 30, 2011
The renewed support will allow the Corridor to foster new connections among faculty, students, programs and resources in shared areas of scholarly interest in Phase II of the project

SU physicist aids in discovery of predicting breaking points in disordered solids
Sep 1, 2011
Study published in Physical Review Letters

Biologist garners highly competitive National Institutes of Health grant
Sep 2, 2011
Katharine Lewis studies spinal cord nerve cells

Traub lecture to kick off 2011-12 Ray Smith Symposium
Sep 2, 2011
Michigan professor explores gender, sexuality of early modern England

SU philosopher Laurence Thomas to be feted in daylong symposium Sept. 21
Sep 8, 2011
Moral philosopher is "beloved teacher, brilliant scholar," says Dean Langford

Columbia professor addresses public monuments, collective memory at SU Milton Lecture, September 20
Sep 9, 2011
Michele Moody-Adams is a moral, political philosopher, with strong ethics background

La Casita celebrates new space
Sep 11, 2011
La Casita Cultural Center celebrates the opening of its new center at 109 Otisco St., Syracuse

Endowed gift expands The College's neuroscience program
Sep 14, 2011
Sandra J. Hewett appointed the inaugural Bishop Professor in Neuroscience, Department of Biology

Syracuse Symposium continues Sept. 19 with David Eng
Sep 14, 2011
Penn professor explores social and psychic "limits" of war, violence, genocide

SU garners $3 million NSF grant for education and research in soft and biological materials
Sep 15, 2011
SU's IGERT Program in Soft Interfaces is a collaborative effort of The College of Arts and Sciences and the L.C. Smith College of Engineering and Computer Science and will take advantage of expertise from the S.I. Newhouse School of Public Communications and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs.

Fall 2011 Raymond Carver Reading Series spotlights Dana Spiotta
Sep 16, 2011
Creative Writing faculty member will read from her critically acclaimed Stone Arabia

SU, Le Moyne team up for American music, Spanish poetry conference Sept. 27-29
Sep 20, 2011
Program features visits by renowned Spanish poets, musicians

Syracuse Symposium explores 'Identity' through photography, written word Sept. 28
Sep 20, 2011
Husband-wife team demonstrates synergy between photography, written word

English Department adds film, creative writing tracks
Sep 20, 2011
New tracks reflect growing student interest in film studies and creative writing