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2011 News and Events Archive

SU celebrates new institute with keynote and panel on science, forensics, and national security
Oct 11, 2011
The Forensic and National Security Sciences Institute to be dedicated Oct. 25

Raymond Carver Reading Series presents award-winning novelist Terese Svoboda
Oct 13, 2011
Author of the recently published "Bohemian Girl"

SU symposium explores legacy of Peruvian author Mario Vargas Llosa Oct. 21
Oct 13, 2011
Nobel Prize-winning author was a Watson Professor at SU

SU Brass Ensemble kicks off 2011-12 season with 'Silver Screen' concert in Rome Oct. 23
Oct 13, 2011
Award-winning group is housed in Arts and Sciences

Syracuse Symposium exhibition explores identity within unique Syracuse space
Oct 14, 2011
"Last Transfer" features photography by English professor Bob Gates

Ray Smith Symposium explores homosexuality, male culture in Renaissance Italy Oct. 20-21
Oct 14, 2011
Harvard's Michael Rocke presents lecture, seminar

The Black Power movement is the focus for African American Studies colloquium
Oct 18, 2011
Guest speaker is historian and author Hasan Kwame Jeffries

Scientists discover new way to determine when water was present on Mars and Earth
Oct 19, 2011
A record of the past may be locked inside a mineral common to both planets

Indian classical music concert features internationally renowned bamboo flutist
Oct 19, 2011
Concert will feature ragas and folk melodies

Post-Halloween mystery, murder, and mayhem on tap in the Life Sciences Complex, Nov. 5
Oct 20, 2011
Haunted laboratory teaches tools of the trade

SU Humanities Center, YMCA explore 'Identity' with readings at new Downtown Writer's Center Oct. 27
Oct 20, 2011
Guest poets Cornelius Eady, Dorianne Laux have ties to region

Attacking cancer cells with nanoparticles
Oct 24, 2011
Syracuse University chemists develop novel way to get cancer drugs to tumors

Poet Jennifer Grotz will present the next installment of the Fall 2011 Raymond Carver Reading Series
Oct 26, 2011
Her latest book is The Needle

Harm and moral conduct
Oct 27, 2011
Philosophy professor selected for prestigious fellowship at Princeton University

Kathrine Switzer: Still Running Strong
Oct 27, 2011
Alumna 2011 inductee of the National Women's Hall of Fame